Leonard Leroy Greenman

November 2, 1943December 21, 2012

Leonard Leory Greenman, 69 of Marysville passed away suddenly on Dec. 21, 2012. He was born Nov. 2, 1943 in Sorigo, Mainit, Phillippines. Leonard served in the US Navy and after his retirement he worked for the National Food Corporation as a truck driver. He leaves his mother, Adela Greenman; his wife, Sammie Greenman; children, Timmy Greenman, Leroy Greenman, Kris Greenman, and Dellori Arellano; and 13 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Leonard A. Greenman. A time of visitation will be held Friday, Dec. 28, 2012 from 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, Dec. 29. 2012 at 10:00 AM at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 9215 – 51st Ave. NE., Marysville with burial following at the Marysville Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home.


  • Visitation Friday, December 28, 2012
  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 29, 2012

Leonard Leroy Greenman

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January 20, 2013

To our dear friend Leonard,
As you have so obediently walked through this mortal life, you have made deep impressions. One's that are not easily duplicated.
Your zest for life was as infectious as your warm smile and super sized loving embraces. You are a man of true integrity. You never let the small things in life deter you from your purpose. You lived life with great humility. You lived by example. Always being there to help anyone in need. Everyone who met you was inspired in someway to be a better person.
Your faith in the church was without question. If anyone asked who was Leonard Greenman their response would be loving and favorable and undoubtedly it was our honor to have met you.
My greatest admiration and testament to the life of Leonard was the way in which he loved and treated his family.Your beautiful wife Sammie was your most precious gift. You were always affectionate, tender, attentive and loving. Sammie always knew everyday that she was loved and adored for who she was by her special husband. It should be the gold standard for which all men should treat their wives. Your children and grandchildren also reaped the same amount of tender, attentive and enduring love. For these gifts of enduring love that you bestowed to my dearest friend Sammie I shall forever be grateful to you Leonard.
Rest in Peace our Dear friend Leonard for soon the day shall come that you will be reunited with our loving wife and family.
Leonard, you are and will always be the best that humanity has to offer.
Until we meet again, you will always be in our hearts.
Aloha Oe Brian and Pam

Celeste Betase

January 13, 2013

I feel so lucky to have known Leonard. What a wonderful man who cared so deeply for his family and his loving and precious wife Samantha. We will all miss him but he will be with us every day in spirit and memory :)

January 8, 2013

Braddah, RIP loving you forever, You will be missed. All our love to my sis Sammie and her Ohana.


Gerek White

January 7, 2013

Leonard my Braddah,
You are loved and missed by so many. An example to everyone by the way you live (not lived, because you continue too) your life.
You were never ashamed to show affection in public to others.
My Son Sam once expressed to me that he wanted me to be more like Uncle Leonard, in the way you were so affectionate to your children. I took that advice and the love between my own children and me were richer and deeper because of it. Thank you for that.
We know where you are and those that are with you are blessed with your presence. Someday we'll all be together again and will "bathe eachothers necks with our tears", tears of happiness and joy! For now, you are loved and remembered!
A hui hou my Friend!
Malama pono! Always!

January 5, 2013

Aloha Sam and Ohana,
"Pinoy" will be missed greatly. He cherished you and the family very much and never stopped working so hard for you. His imprints, his legacy lives on.
Continue to be strong and steadfast for Pinoy and the family.
We miss and love you all.
Sharaleen McShane,
Nanakuli, Oahu, Hawaii

Minda Caldwell

January 4, 2013

I will always cherish Roy's memory.

Minda,a cousin

January 4, 2013

January 4, 2013

Christine Yasue

January 3, 2013

Hi my Sammie,
What a beautiful picture! I absolutely love it. That is the "babe" I will always remember and keep close to my heart. I so enjoyed how he "pampered" you so, and me, when I was with you. You chose well my friend, you chose well. It brings me comfort, as I'm sure it brings you comfort, knowing God's "Plan of Happiness." I know he has gone ahead to prepare your mansion amongst the many mansions of our Father. "Babe" still knows the drill. "Prepare ye, prepare ye, for my queen, Samantha! He is forever in our hearts, as are you and your family. My family sends you love from Hawaii. I love you, Sammie, so much!


January 1, 2013

Your love is eternal and your continued joy "together" ensured -- what a precious gift. Aloha for now, Leonard, until we meet again . . . Samantha, I'm always here for you.