Leon-Haywood-Obituary

Leon Haywood

Feb 11, 1942 – Apr 5, 2016 (Age 74)

Obituary

Leon Haywood, a velvety-voiced R&B singer-songwriter known best for his 1970s single "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You," died Tuesday, according to multiple news sources, including Rolling Stone and The Associated Press. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Rest In Peace R&B King!

Rest In Peace R&B Star!

I enjoyed our time with you,rest in heaven thanks for being a friend .

Rest In Peace Leon, it was truly a pleasure being your Guitarist with the group in 1975 during that big hit. Thank God for the conversations about music that brings back precious memories!!!!! God truly has a place in heaven for you!!

REST IN PEACE MR HAYWOOD / IT WAS A PLEASURE TO MEET YOU WHEN I DID ' THANKS TO YOUR DAUGHTER (DEE) I'LL NEVER FORGET THE MOST EXCITING EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE TOO SEE A GREAT UNFORGETTABLE STUDIO ' SUCH AS YOURS. MY FIRST AND ONLY TRIP TO LA AND I GOT TO MEET A REMARKABLE MAN. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES. KEITH HILL (ATLANTA GA)

Continued prayers for the family. Fond memories as a classmate. To God be the Glory.

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PSALM 121:1_7

To the family,sincere condolences. May the God of All Comfort bring comfort to fill that empty feeling you experience in your heart at the loss of your loved one..He will guard your heart. Let it heal.