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Edward Leonard

Edward Norman Leonard

Monday, November 29th, 1926 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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Leonard; Edward Norman - Suddenly and Peacefully at home on Sunday, April 26, 2020 in his 94th year. Predeceased by his loving wife, Myral (nee Kellar). Cherished father of Michael, Oshawa; Shelly (Grant) McKenna, Bath; Christine (Charles) Dondero, Sydenham; and Steven (Jayne), Napanee. Caring grandfather to Benjamin, Jason & Sarah, Erin (Michael), Shannon (Ryan), Matthew, Tommy, Mariah, Curtis, Danielle, and Joanna and great grandfather to Alexa, Louisiana, Emma, Lacy, Isaac, Zoey, and Grace. He will be fondly remembered by his family in England, especially his sister and his nieces and nephews. Teddy (Poppy) served as a Royal Engineer in World World II before moving to Canada in 1957 for a better life. He spent his career working as a pipe fitter for Local Union 221, a job that took him across Canada. He married his wife Myral in 1958 and they spent 40 happy years together, making their home in the Village of Bath. They loved to travel together, spending many winters in Florida. Teddy was creative, resourceful, and always a dreamer. He loved painting, gardening, and woodworking. Teddy and Myral loved to take their four children on family vacations in the station wagon and enjoyed camping in Adolphustown and Pickerel Park. After selling his home in Bath, he moved to the Shipyards in Kingston, where he enjoyed the lake, BBQ, and entertaining family and friends. Wherever he went, he made many friends. He was a very honest and lovable chap with a great zest for life, who always missed his home England. He loved speaking to his grandchildren and knowing their every move. He was a wonderful and loving husband, father, uncle, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend. He will be dearly missed. Special thank you to the nurses and PSWs who have cared for dad In his home and the smile program. Arrangements in the care of Wartman Funeral Home - Kingston. A celebration of life to be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 in Millhaven or Partners in Mission Food Bank, Kingston. On-line condolences and donations at www.wartmanfuneralhomes.com
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John & Cheryl Storms

Posted at 05:00pm
Ted was a long-time friend originally from Bath. I tried to keep in touch with him and say hello as often as possible over the years. He was a good person and loved his family. So sorry to hear that he has passed.

John and Cheryl Storms
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Christine Leonard

Posted at 12:17pm
To our wonderful father, We will miss you forever . Never did you make us feel that you were not there for us.. Dream big dad love you always
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Bev Sherman

Posted at 08:25am
Dear Steven, Jayne, Curtis, Danielle, and Joanna,
How saddened I was to hear of the loss of you Dad and Poppy. In these historic times, a difficult time is made even more difficult, family and friends unable to gather to share in your grief and share their memories of your Dad!
Your Dad was a handsome gentleman and both you and Curtis share the resemblance in the younger picture.
Please accept my sincere condolences and until we can be together in person, know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sorrowful time.
 
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Michael Leonard Posted at 07:08pm

Dad you were the greatest. Always in my heart. Just wish I could have been a better son. As you you were always the better Dad
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