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Woodlawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park

400 Woodlawn Cemetery Road, Gotha, FL

OBITUARIO

John Randolph Leech

13 enero , 19501 enero , 2020
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John Randolph “Jack” Leech, Jr, passed away peacefully on January 1, 2020.

Jack was born on January 13, 1950 in Wiesbaden, Germany to John and Margaret Leech. He was raised in various locations throughout the United States, as his father served in the U.S. Air Force. The Leech family retired to Orlando, FL in 1968.

Jack valued his faith and his family, above all else. He had an innate sense of optimism that inspired his family and friends. He trusted in God’s plan, and found great strength and peace in his faith. He adored his children, and reveled in the joy of his grandsons. His most defining trait was his natural and unconditional kindness towards others.

Jack appreciated the simple pleasures in life. He loved the warm Florida weather, and his cozy home in the forest in Homosassa, FL. He enjoyed spending time outdoors with his family, especially on warm, sunny days. He was an avid sports fan, and followed many of the local sports teams with enthusiasm. He loved animals, especially dogs, and delighted in his little grand-dog, Stella. He was a collector of information, and had a knack for sharing interesting trivia about sports, music and history.

Jack was preceded in death by his beloved parents, Lt. Col. John R. Leech and Margaret (Cobner) Leech. He is survived by his loving children and their spouses, Cami Leech Florio and Michael Florio, Justin Leech and Melissa Musicaro Leech, his cherished grandsons, John Randolph Leech and Michael Justin Leech, his sister Martha Malone, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and treasured friends.

Jack will be laid to rest near his parents at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha, FL on January 10, 2020.

Servicios

  • Visitation viernes, 10 enero , 2020
  • Funeral Service viernes, 10 enero , 2020
  • Committal Service viernes, 10 enero , 2020

Recuerdos

John Randolph Leech

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DEBBIE WELLS

enero 5, 2020

Jack's love for our children and precious grandchildren was unmeasurable. He walked daily in his faith that guided him in all he did including his deep love for family. His humble, unassuming and gentle presence will be missed every day. He is now helping guide his beloved family from Heaven. There is comfort in the saying that "the stars are the windows of heaven, where angels peek through." There is undoubtedly now a new star shining very bright. Jack will be forever missed but his legacy and love for family will continue on through his children and grandchildren.

Photo shared is from Spring 2019 on The Halls River in his much loved Homosassa.

Amy Dinh

enero 4, 2020

Another classic photo, from a Christmas long ago!

Amy Dinh

enero 4, 2020

Uncle Jack was one of the most even-keeled, kind humans I’ve ever known. I have fond memories of Brent and I playing with his old-time wooden race car track for hours, catching birds in his back yard under a box, and playing with Sunshine the basset hound. The world is missing a gentle, loving soul, of which we need more of these days! Photo is circa 1978 of us going hunting on the ranch.

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