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LEONARD ALAN SLICK

Birmingham, Alabama

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SLICK, LEONARD ALAN Leonard Alan Slick, age 60 of Birmingham passed away July 11, 2012. Leonard was born on November 23, 1951 in Fairmont, West Virginia. He was preceded in death by his parents Stanley and Julia Slick and his wife Ann (Mullins) Slick. He is survived by his daughter Jennifer Anne...

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I worked for Leonard 99 -2000. He was a really great guy who gave me a chance when I needed a job. He appreciated hard work and enthusiasm about what we were doing. He and his daughter treated me and everyone that worked there like family. So sorry I just found out about his passing. I know he is greatly missed.

I have known Leonard since I was 16 Years oldhe was the go to guy.Leonard detailed two cars for me.First my 79 Trans Am that won first place in 11 Car showes.Then he detailed my 91 SS 454.Wich I sold for wahat I bought it for three years later.He let me drive his gold 442 on first Ave,and do apower take off,roasting the tires!He was a guy after my own heart.It sadens me to know he is gone.I will miss him !

i was an employee of slick finish in the early 90's, leonard taught me so much and was such a great man, so sorry to hear of him passing

Leonard was always a great friend and he always tried to help me in so many different ways.I will miss you my friend and confidant,R.I.P.old friend

Leonard, You were my first friend when I moved to Birmingham and started Homewood Jr. high.We rode motorcycles together since the 7th or 8th grade. You were truly one of the kindest and most generous people I have had the pleasure of knowing in my life. A true friend. You will be missed by all who had the good fortune to have known you. Friends Forever, John Allen.

Leonard and I rode horses together, belonged to Ft Kobbe Riding Club, when we were 9 years old, until we were 12. I got my Girl Scout horsemanship badge from his father. Leonard was so "cute" and I had a crush on him. He had blonde had, "slicked" back. Never spoke to him again after my dad got orders to move from Panama to Iowa in 1964. I'm so sorry he passed on. So very sad.

leonard and I were good friends in our days at Homewood Jr High and High School. I haven't seen him in about 5 years but he has been on my mind for the last month. I really didn't understand why but now I do. He and I talked endless hours on the phone. He was a dear friend. I wish I had contacted him these past few weeks. Your a wonderful sweet man. Rest in Peace my FRIEND!
Terri Cook

Reast in peace my friend .

Leonard was a nice guy. I shared several classes with him at SVHS. He was always friendly and polite. It was so good to see him at the reunion and sad for him to be gone so soon.