Boice Funeral Home

308 Pollasky Ave, Clovis, CA


LeRoy Lenard Ehresman

November 28, 1938January 21, 2020

LeRoy L. Ehresman was born in Sacramento, California, November 28, 1938 to Ted and Amelia Ehresman. LeRoy was the second oldest in a family of seven children. He passed away from cancer on January 21, 2020.

LeRoy is survived by his wife, Ruth Ehresman of 62 years. his children Ted Ehresman, Karen Young, and Darren Ehresman, his six Grand children Dan Myrick, Tyler Ehresman, Nicole Young, Taylor Ehresman, Ariana Young and Kaitlyn Ehresman, his 3 Great-Grandchildren, Wyatt, Westin and Wynonna Myrick. Also his three Step-Grandchildren, Natalie Johnson, Matt Calles, and Peter Calles and one Great-Step-Grandchild, Nathan Johnson.

LeRoy was in the Air Force and the California Air National Guard, Fresno, California. He served a total of 37 years, 1 month and 24 days. He also served 40 years on the Board of Directors for the First California Federal Credit Union, Fresno, and he was a member of the Memorial United Methodist Church in Clovis.

LeRoy loved fishing and woodworking making grandfather clocks and furniture for his family.

In lieu of sending flowers, please send donations to United Memorial Methodist Church, in LeRoy's name, 1726 Pollasky Avenue, Clovis, California 93612.

A Celebration of Life for LeRoy will be held Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Memorial United Methodist Church, 1726 Pollasky Avenue, Clovis, California 93612.

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


  • Ruth Ehresman, Wife
  • Theodore LeRoy Ehresman (Katherine), Son
  • Karen Jean Young (Duane), Daughter
  • Darren Lee Ehresman (Ann), Son
  • Dan Myrick, Grandchild
  • Tyler Ehresman, Grandchild
  • Taylor Ehresman, Grandchild
  • Kaitlyn Ehresman, Grandchild
  • Nicole Young, Grandchild
  • Ariana Young, Grandchild
  • Natalie Johnson, Grandchild
  • Matt Calles, Grandchild
  • Peter Calles, Grandchild
  • LeRoy will also be lovingly remembered by his 3 Great-Grandchildren.

  • United Memorial Methodist Church


  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, February 5, 2020

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