Brent T. Leake

Salt Lake City, Utah

Apr 27, 1952 – Nov 5, 2017 (Age 65)

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I was so sorry to hear about this. I wish I had known even a few days earlier so I could have attended the funeral. Brent was my home teacher and neighbor for a few years. I think of him and Margaret often. I know he is much happier now but he will be missed.

Bubba! Thank you so much for allowing me to join you in your journey. For the short time we were acquainted as co-workers through CJS you were a great person to know and lived every day to its fullest even through your physical difficulties. I will remember you with much happiness through the laugh and smile I know you still have!
Love you buddy!

Our deepest sympathy goes out to your family
at this sad time of temporary parting.
We are the kids of Chic Vaughan and are family
to Elmer and Marcille, Brent, and Grandma and
Grandpa, Lou and Elly Rueckert. God be with
you through your sorrow.

MY bluegrass buddy. we have listened to alot and laughed a lot. the song you told me to be one of your favorites was Ralph Stanley"s stairway to heaven. i made you quite a few cds this past year and saw that big smile as I sat and you lay in bed while we listened. Now old pal you are beingwith Margaret and enjoying the angels singing while I continue to put up with this crazy old people in this world. I will miss you until we meet again.You enjoy par adise with you sweetheart &...

One thing I know for sure is that my Sissy loved Brent with all her heart and he loved her the same. As sad as I am to hear this news and know the painful life long impact it has on their three beautiful daughters there is comfort in knowing Brent and Sissy are together for the "whatever happens next" phase of eternal life. I know they both would tell all of us,(and this is for you Brent) - To live long and prosper, my love as always to Jessie, Ashleigh and Emilee and their...

Dear Brent, I have been privileged to be your sister-in-law for more than a couple of decades. We have shared great happiness, tremendous joy, and heartbreaking sorrow during this time. You always made me feel valued, appreciated, and important. I always loved discussing things with you. Your knowledge and compassion have truly inspired me and I thank you for the beautiful examples of faith, honesty, compassion and kindness that I have witnessed. I know how devastated you have felt...

I loved taking care of you and your kindness you showed to me I will miss you Loree Lindsey


Brent's Obituaries

1952 ~ 2017Yep, if you're reading this I'm now journeying through Space: The Final Frontier. I left this world on November 5, 2017. I was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 27, 1952 to Elmer Thomas Leake Jr. and Marcile Martha Rueckert. I was of the first graduating class of Brighton High...

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