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August 21, 2018

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March 11, 2018
We miss you.
March 5, 2018
Rest in Peace, Leonard! Shannondale will not be the same without you. You will be missed!
March 4, 2018
I am so sorry to hear that Leonard has passed away. He was a friend to everyone at Shannondale, and always had a warm smile and friendly word for everyone. His kindness made my dad's final days easier for all of us, and we all remember him fondly. Rest in Peace, Leonard.
March 4, 2018
I am sorry to hear of Mr. Smiths passing. I met him last year at Shannondale while I was looking for a friend who had recently moved there. Having never been at Shannondale I was kind of lost and was just wandering around. Mr. Smith reached out to me and we struck up a conversation discovering that we both loved gardening. He showed me the raised garden beds that a scout troop had constructed for him and proudly showed me his pepper plants. Shortly after our first meeting I brought him three large pots of herbs to add to his garden and we sat in the sun visiting. I loved talking with him! He talked of his family and friends, his collection of photographs of them and his larger gardens of his pre-Shannondale days. He will be missed by all who were fortunate to have known him.