LEROY A. BATTLE Sr.

  
LeROY A. BATTLE, SR. "Boots"  Tuskegee Airman  
Documented Original Tuskegee Airman LeRoy A. "Boots" Battle, Sr., born December 31, 1921, died at the age of 93 on March 27, 2015. Battle died peacefully in his hospital room exactly nine months after his wife and queen, Alice Elizabeth Holt Battle.The celebration of his life will be held on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden Ministry Center, 3600 Brightseat Road, Landover, MD 20785. There will be a time of gathering and greeting at 10:30 a.m., with the memorial service beginning at 11 a.m.Battle is survived by three children; five grandchildren, and a host of loving family, extended family, friends, former students and associates.

Published by The Washington Post from Apr. 7 to Apr. 8, 2015.
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PHIL HARRIS
May 2, 2015
My heartfelt sympathy to the Battle family. May God blessings be upon you in your time of sorrow. I never had the honor or privilege to meet Mr. Battle but everything I've read says he was truly a gift from God. Peace and blessings.
Myrine areed
April 11, 2015
To The Battle Family my condolences may you trust in God with all your heart 1Pet.5:7 "Throw your anxiety on God because he cares for you".
April 11, 2015
I am so sorry for your loss. May the Most High God (Psalm 83:18) comfort you as you mourn your loved one.
McCarthy
April 9, 2015
Under God's Kingdom on earth, aging and death will no longer happen, as imperfection and bad conditions will be things of the past. Isaiah 65:17-25. -
April 8, 2015
I offer my deepest sympathy to the Battle family. I met Mr. Battle only one in Deal MD the weekend after 9/11 when he was playing music on a restaurant dock. We had the chance to talk quite a bit that afternoon and I will never forget him. I'm a former Marine and we spoke about his servise and he later sent me a packet about his Airman days, which I still have. You should all be very proud of your father. He was one of the nicest and most honorable men I ever had the pleasure to meet. My he rest in peace.
Gilbert Lynch
April 8, 2015
God knows the sorrow of your hearts. He will help you to cope with your loss and endure these difficult days.
A. Ingram
April 8, 2015
sorry for your loss may the peace God gives bring you much comfort at this difficult time with love and comfort of many friends and family members the days ahead may be a little bit easier to bear
Stevenson
April 8, 2015
Mr. Battle! May God Bless you! A drummer, a teacher (Surratsville Jr High) and a advisor! You took our class to the Redskins Game back in the 70's! A wonderful teacher and a friend, Mr. Battle, you will be greatl y missed.

Joey Finlayson
April 8, 2015
I wish to extend my sincere condolences to Mr. Battle's family and friends. He will be missed by all.
C. Nabor
April 7, 2015
Mr. Battle was my band director when I went to Douglas High School in Upper Marlboro. He will be truly missed and my prayers are with the family.
Margaret C West
April 7, 2015
Oferring our sympathies to the Battle family.
May your precious memories of him and strength from the God of all comfort help you through this difficult time.
Wanda
April 7, 2015
Mr. Battle was blessed with longevity and many fruitful years,He will
be missed by all who knew Him and loved Him. Sorry for your loss.
Brandy
April 7, 2015
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