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Leonard Santos Trujillo

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Leonard Santos Trujillo

- - August 17, 1960 - May 28, 2018

Services will be held at 10 am, June 7th at Habing Family Funeral Home.

Leonard would like to let you know his work here on earth is done, he has gone home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, whom he loved with all of his heart. He leaves behind his wife Debbie, his precious children: Stacey, Stephanie, Tiffany, Joshua, Caleb, Lindsay Hope, and son in laws: Simon and Johnny. He was preceded in death by his beloved father Ruben. He is survived by his Mother Helen, devoted brothers Ruben and Richard, sisters in law, Marta, Brenda and Wendy.

Leonard grew up in Gilroy in a loving family, with a father who knew how to keep him out of trouble and taught him how to be a respectable man.

Leonard enjoyed spending time with his brothers and their families going to Oakland A's games. He loved football and was the Star Quarterback in High School. He graduated from Grand Canyon University in 1986.

Leonard married the love of his life, Debbie in 1985, she remains his Cherished and devoted wife of 33 years: together they had six beautiful children, who were the source of his greatest pride. All of his children agree that the greatest thing their beloved father taught them was faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. He loved taking them to football games and playing baseball. Of course he had special nicknames for each of them, which they will always treasure.

Leonard loved the ocean, he was in awe of God's majestic creation; with his crisp, pure, oceanic voice, he loved sharing words of wisdom from the Lord.

He was gifted with charisma and a great sense of humor, and infectious laugh with a compassionate spirit.

Leonard will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Published in The Arizona Republic on June 6, 2018
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