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Lawrence L Leach passed away on July 20th in his 58th year. This big man was loved by his wife Wanda, his mother Margret, sister Linda (Bill), niece Amanda, nephews William and Travis, sister in law Nancy, Bender and Olive, and good friends. There are no words to describe how much this kind, caring, thoughtful, animal loving, hilariously funny man will be missed. He fought the beast for 17 months with incredible strength, courage and dignity but in the end, he had no choice but to tap out. We are all better people, and the world is a better place for having you Lawr. Rest easy, until we meet again.
Aunt Margret and Linda, and Wanda,I am so saddened to hear about Lawrence’s passing. I have fond memories of gatherings at Grandma Hart’s home ...and of our Kitchener get togethers. Much time has passed since I last saw Lawrence but I think of him with fondness. Sending you all much peace and love xoSusan
Dear Wanda; So sorry to read your loss of your dear Lawrence. Met him a couple of times. Always enjoyed a chat with him. Please accept our sincere Condolences to you and his family. Sure thinking of you at this time. Always Belle and Rudy.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Thinking of you during this difficult time.
Worked for a number of years with "Bungalow" as he said he was called while a jail guard, plowing snow for Miller Paving at Durham Region,Orono. Larry was a conscientious, friendly guy with a big heart,and always seemed to have a smile. My heartfelt condolences to all family and friends..good man gone way too soon. RIP big fella.
My condolences to Wanda and family. So very sorry to hear of your loss.Lori Rutherford
Dear Wanda and Family, I am so saddened to hear about Lawrence dying and I want you to know I am thinking of you and will reach out soon. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Allison
LawrenceYou were a great person. Fought a good fight. I will never forget you and what you did for Rick and me. Rick thought you were a great person. Miss you. Remember you forever. Deborah, Flossy and Maggie.
Hold on to the beautiful memories and fun experiences you shared over the years & take comfort in them. Lawr was one of a kind: sweet, funny and compassionate.And gone way too soon. He will be deeply missed. Hugs to you, Bender and Olive, Julie