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1930 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Leo Ritchie Obituary
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December 18, 2018

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November 15, 2017
Thank you Leo for all of the wonderful memories and totally awesome conversations. I was privileged to be an American Legion Color Guard member with Leo for over 20 years. Leo was the ultimate gentleman and human being.

Go Bless Leo!

Bob Heile
November 15, 2017
My Uncle Leo...so much more than just an uncle. He gave so much of himself to his family & friends. To say he was generous is an understatement. He enjoyed life & made the very most of every single day. Even in his 80's he had a youthful spirit; he was never an "old man" in my eyes. He treated everyone with respect & had a way of making all who knew him feel special. He made the world a better place. This world could sure use more "Uncle Leos".
November 15, 2017
To Leo's children we all loved your dad I grew up with him as my hero in walkertown my on that mountioun we would use a old sock was a ball Leo would always knock it off the hill and I had to go get it good. Memories of Leo and gaynell on that mountain Leo was a simple man never demanding always giving such a kind gentle loving man I know God will welcome him into heaven you can be proud to have him as your dad as I am honored to havhad him as my cousin God Bleess all you children of A Great Man
Cousin Bud Coms Westland michigan
November 15, 2017