Linda Williams Cullen posted a condolence
Wednesday, September 18, 2019I most remember Lenny as a childhood friend From Elmwood. He lived directly across the street from me. He had endless energy. Always ready to go out after school and have fun. He was very proud of the memorabilia his Dad had from WWII. We always would look at it before we went out to play. Lenny like to play soldier Lenny always had a smile on his face and you wondered what he was going to get into. What a wonderful friend. Not an unkind word about the other kids. Always had a lot of friends Rest In Peace, Lenny. We’ll meet again in Jesus playground Fondly. Linda Williams Cullen
Rosalene Birtles posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019I am so sorry Donna for your loss of your Brother Lenny he dearly love you and would always tell us stories about when he was little made us laugh and you are right he was the best of what he did for the kids that went through Farrell that now have there lives back. So he made them proud to have got where they are today. We laugh and some times not so much but right now I know how you must be hurting. So I will always remember him for his humor and the names he would call me some nice some not but that was his way of being who Lenny was and like me he loved kitties I hope some one gives his cat a good home. Rest in Peace Lenny. Love Roz and Steve.
David Borzellino posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019First and foremost, to all of the family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Lenny is leaving a legacy that is long and deep. He has helped many with their struggles. The number of people who are leading beautiful lives because of Lenny's compassion is beyond count. I am honored that our paths have crossed albeit too short of time.
Bill Hunter posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019Dear Donna & Chris, Sorry to hear about Leonard’s passing. Hope all is going well for you FL. Stay healthy, Bill
Nicole Gables posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019To Lenny's family, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart hurts so much. Lenny and I worked together at Farrell for the last 3 years. I loved listening to his stories, his words of wisdom and his advice. I miss hearing his laugh fill the building. He left me with lasting memories. I'll miss making him his salami sandwiches and surprising him with sweet goodies. Rest easy my dear friend and colleague.
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Monday, September 16, 2019