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Hugh Alan Leonard

6 octobre 19557 août 2021

Hugh “Alan” Leonard, 65, of McKinney, TX, passed away after a short illness on August 7, 2021.

Alan was born in Dallas, TX on October 6, 1955 to Hugh Alexander Leonard and Betty Jo Burgett Leonard. He graduated from Kimball High School in Dallas in 1974. Alan enjoyed working in various administrative fields, which included a position in the Training Center at the Southland Corporation. In March of 1982, Alan would meet his future wife, Marian “Kay” Reed at Southland. They were married, September 3, 1982; and were married for 38 years.

Alan loved music and was a talented lyric writer. Some of his lyrics have been set to music, and one song was in that process at the time of his death. Alan always looked forward to getting together with friends for a variety of games including Magic and war gaming, he spent many hours painting miniatures for war gaming. He was also actively involved in the Ministry to the Imprisoned at St. Gabriel the Archangel. Alan was especially soft hearted when it came to animals, his fur-babies, Luna and Luka, both rescues, miss him very much.

Alan is preceded in death by his parents, Uncles Tommy Lee Burgett and wife, Mary; Robert Coleman (RC); Aunt Helen Burgett; his cousin, Kenneth Stephen Burgett and sister-in-law, Lynn Reed.

Alan is survived by his spouse, Kay; Aunt Jerry Burgett; cousins, Sharon Arrizola and husband Alex; Jane Burgett; Gena Robbins; Randy Burgett and wife Nina; Bobby Burgett; brothers-in-law, Ronald Reed and wife, Joann; David Reed; sister-in-law, Dana Sherf; niece, Angela Reed and nephews Jordan Reed and Jackson Reed Lusk and other family and friends.

There will be a Rosary at St. Gabriel the Archangel in McKinney, TX on September 15, 2021 at 7:00 PM. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 AM, September 16, 2021 at St. Gabriel the Archangel in McKinney. A reception will follow at St. Gabriel’s. Interment will take place at Calvary Hill Cemetery in Dallas at 3:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to Operation Kindness in Carrollton, TX.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.calvaryhilldallas.com for the Leonard family.

Services

  • Rosary

    mercredi, 15 septembre , 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    jeudi, 16 septembre , 2021

  • Committal

    jeudi, 16 septembre , 2021

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Anne Outarsingh

23 août , 2021

It is with warm feelings that I remember Alan along with Kay praying The Devine Mercy after Mass on certain Sundays.
He would help Kay with organizing projects for the Ministry to the Imprisoned at St. Gabriel’s. He would also be at executions praying outside with others at the time of the execution. I remember Alan being very Pro Life and prayed for the babies in the womb at various Pro Life events. He was pro life from the Womb to the Tomb. I remember Alan attending parties at our home with Kay. He loved music and would talk about it at these events. I will always remember Alan as a true man of God, striving to be like Jesus and a good and decent human being. May God bless Alan as he now prays for us on the other side of the Veil. We will miss seeing you around good Brother. Rest in the bosom of your Heavenly Father.

Roxanne White

20 août , 2021

What can you say about Alan? He was a good friend to our family.
The memories of playing games around our dining room table, his enjoyment of any sports conversation, his engagement in our Super Bowl parties and all the food to be shared, his willingness to spend time with our kids during previous summers, his passion around his faith, and so much more. I will miss him dearly and send much love to you, Kay, and the rest of his family and friends. It is hard to imagine that he is gone. Rest in God's loving hands Alan - you served Him well.

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