Rev. Jerome Leach

San Francisco, California

1950 - 2017 (Age 67)


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Rev. Jerome Paul Leach

In this City, at rest in the Eternal Peace of the Risen Christ, October 15, 2017. Beloved son of his late parents, Thomas Wallace and Agnes Catherine Leach, the cherished nephew of the late Father Cyril V. Leach and the late Mary Anne Barulich. Survived by his loving...

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Dear Leach Family
It was with great sadness that we learned of Jerry's passing. He will forever hold a place in my heart because he married us on June 26, 1976. He was just ordained a priest in slightly over a month.
Jerry, rest in peace.
Love and gratitude,
Herb & Barb Yuki

Father Jerome Leach had a listening, understanding and caring heart. I knew him from St. Pius Church where he baptized me in my twenties, performed our wedding and then baptized our children. I remember and attended his ordination.

I am so very sorry to learn of his passing. My condolences may he rest in peace.

I am so sorry for the loss of Mr. Jerome Leach. We know that the loss of a loved one through death is difficult for family and friends. The great thing is that there are so many memories that remain in our hearts. As you reflect on his life keep those beautiful memories of him, when you do you can smile. Therefore always remember that our God is a comforting God as stated at Matthew 5:4-Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.

Dear Cousins,

I'm sending my prayers to you. I can hear Jerry's laugh and remember his jokes. He certainly was loved by all and will be missed by all of us.

Thinking of you with love,

Eternal Rest Grant Unto Him O Lord and Let Your Perpetual Light Shine Upon Him. May He BE Forever in Your Peace. May His Soul and the Souls of all of the Faithful Departed through the Infinite Mercy of God, Rest in Eternal Peace.
2 Timothy 4: 6-8

Dear Tom and family,
I'm so sorry to read of Father's passing. Our family friendship goes back so many years. Mom remembers attending Father's ordination. We send our deepest sympathy and prayers.