Uncle Leo was more of a big brother than an uncle...…….from letting me drive a car for the first time at age 12, visiting me at boot camp in the army, and just being that bigger than life character that I always enjoyed being with. He will truly be missed because there just is no one else quite like him.
Life will not be the same without Uncle Leo in it! I'm thankful for the 47 years I've known him, but it wasn't long enough. I'm so sorry, Aunt Tammy.
My memories of uncle Leo are mostly from our large family get togethers. He was always fun to be around and would tell jokes. As a child I always thought he was so funny. As an adult I came to respect him as one who didn't mince words. What you saw was what you got and I appreciated that. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.