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Gross Funeral Home

120 Wrights ST, Hot Springs, AR

OBITUARY

Leonard Allen Williams

July 15, 1950June 3, 2019
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Leonard Williams

Leonard Williams, 68, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, passed away Monday, June 3, 2019.

He was born July 15, 1950 in Hays, Kansas to the late Guy & Laura Williams. Survivors include his siblings, Leon Williams, Linda Foster, Susan Hazelton, Teresa Tripp & Thomas Williams.

A gathering for family & friends will be 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Monday at Gross Funeral Home Chapel.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Paws and Claws Rescue, P.O. Bos 20254, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71903-0254

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, June 10, 2019

Memories

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George and Linda Downie

June 10, 2019

Leonard and I worked together at the airport. He was hard worker and very dedicated. We had a lot of good times telling our stories to the guys from our wilder days. We knew each other for a long time. He was a good hearted person and he love his cats.
Our sincere sympathy and Condolences to family and friends.

Teresa Williams Tripp

June 7, 2019

My big brother , Leonard, thank you for taking care of our sweet mama for so many years. I know you are finally with her now and you are hugging her now after missing her for so long. RIP your journey is done ❤️

RaeAnn Hamilton

June 7, 2019

Leonard Skynard, I don't even know where to begin. You were such a great person to be around, from your stories to your jokes it was never a dull moment. All the times you would come by the store just to check in with the girls and always made sure you got your newspaper. You would always make sure I was taking care of! I'm gonna miss your smile and your laugh and that goofy personality! Fly high and watch over us. Prayers to your family! Love you bunches Leonard Skynard!

Jennifer LeMaster

June 6, 2019

Leonard was a great man . All of us at Tobacco Superstore #35 in Hot Springs will truly miss our friend. We are so sorry for his family. He came into our store every day. He shared his stories of his carnie life we felt like he was part of our family . It just will not be the same with out him stopping by to check on us .

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

With love ,
Jennifer & all of us at Tobacco Superstore.

Glen Barentine

June 6, 2019

I knew Leonard for 17 years, we worked together at the Hot Springs Airport. He always had a story to tell and man did he live an amazing life. I always enjoyed hearing his story from when he was a Showman! Leonard, thank you for all you did for us here at the Airport, you will be missed!

Daniel Smith

June 6, 2019

I met Leonard 23 years ago at the airport. We worked together on the same shift. He was a hard worker that took his job seriously.
His nickname at the airport was LAW, his initials, which he was proud of. He told me many stories about his life travelling and working with carnivals, which I enjoyed. He will be missed.
Rest easy, Leonard.
Dan Smith

Tamara Trull

June 5, 2019

My brother Aaron and I spent many of summers in Texas with Teresa and Leonard. We had such a great time with them both and enjoyed so much spending time with the Williams family. He seemed like an uncle to me bc we spent so many summers there. We loved spending time with him at the carnival when he was in town. He will be greatly missed, he was such a good hearted man that will always be in my memories. Love you, Tamara

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