• Williams-Thomas Funeral Home Downtown
    Gainesville, FL
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Leonard Lee (Len) Roseman

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Leonard Lee (Len) Roseman

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September 15, 2019
I was an old acquaintance of Don Roseman and it sounds like Len was as kind and caring a person. May they all rest in peace.
September 11, 2019
He was truly my Dearest friend. He always would be right there when he was needed. He loved building some of the most unique homes in Florida. He worked very hard his entire life and always shared whatever he had. Life is going to be so different without him. I would call him regularly and it never failed he would be driving to another job site. It did not matter if it were 7:00 am or 11:00 pm. he was always on the go. I can truly say he made every moment count. He was never to busy to lend an ear, or help you solve a problem.

Len wasn't impressed with wealth, but appreciated the freedom and ability to help others it contains. He truly had a heart of gold. If he thought you were wrong, he would be honest; however, he never made you feel bad. I knew him most of my life and I wouldn't trade our friendship for anything.

A part of my heart is lost without him. No more road trip conversations, with getting disconnected several times as he drove in areas without cell service. He enjoyed helping people reach their full potential. He was an avid promoter of education. He helped and paid for others to get their education.

He travelled the world helping others less fortunate then himself. He saw that as his reward for working hard. He wouldn't of rather done anything else. He lived life as he wanted, and what a wonderful man he was.

Finally, my sincerest sympathy to his family, I cannot imagine the degree of your loss.
September 11, 2019
We just lost Tommy, now you Len, you'll be forever in our hearts. Rest In Peace, friend.
The family of Thomas Feo
Gloria, Toni & Tommy
September 10, 2019
I will surely miss my Dearest Friend.
September 10, 2019
For my Dearest Friend, You will surely be missed.

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