OBITUARY

Leonard R. Spann

February 11, 1946December 11, 2020

Leonard R. Spann, 74, passed away on Friday, December 11, 2020. Leonard was born in Shiner, Texas on February 11, 1946 to Lydia Polasek Spann and Raymond J Spann.

Leonard proudly served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was an oilfield mechanic and was an avid sportsman, he truly enjoyed to hunt. A week before passing he went hunting and brought home a deer.

Leonard is survived by his wife, Gwynne Silliman Spann; daughter, Sondra Mozisek; brothers, Robert Spann of Houston and Michael Spann of Victoria; grandchildren, Kayla and Ashley Mozisek. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond J and Lydia Polasek Spann.

Private Graveside Service with Military Honors will be held by the family.

Fond memories may be shared with the family at www.colonialfuneralhomevictoria.com

  • FAMILY

  • Raymond J Spann, Father
  • Lydia Polasek Spann, Mother
  • Gwynne Silliman Spann, Wife
  • Sondra Mozisek, Daughter
  • Robert Spann, Brother
  • Michael Spann, Brother
  • Kayla Mozisek, Grandchild
  • Ashley Mozisek, Grandchild

Services

  • Private Graveside Service

Memories

Leonard R. Spann

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Tal and Nel McCain

December 19, 2020

We always enjoyed our visits with Leonard . We remember the many times he came to see us in Lake Charles for our family reunions. He always found the good in everybody and every situation. Conversations with him were always upbeat and interesting. We think he's probably up there in heaven looking for a good fishing spot. When it comes to brother- n- laws you were the best❣

Barbara Bruns

December 18, 2020

So many memories, since we grew up as toddlers and then thru
out the following years on the Shiner farm. Playing hide & seek,
swinging on ropes in barn, fishing in creek & tank, hunting. Always outside but ready to be called in for dinner or lunch. Sitting at the
kitchen table only reserved for the kids. In these later years, we
again seemed to share some of the same ideas of our lifelong experiences. Thanks to Leonard for being a part of my life. May his family remember & be thankful that Leo was there. Bless you all!
Aunt Bobbie & Uncle Ken

Kenny &Melissa Spann

December 17, 2020

You will truly will be missed Leo the Domino playing was always a bunch of laughs and Melissa always loved cooking for y’all you Domino guys are all together now at it again .

Jose (Pepe) Diaz

December 17, 2020

No one taught me more in the oilfield than Leonard. God has a real hunting partner now. Deepest of sympathies to you all.

Robin Nelson-Ross

December 17, 2020

My favorite memory of Uncle Leonard is taking me and Shawn to go bowling-oh the patience he had! It was just the three of us and he taught us the art of picking the right ball, in order to make a strike-which he made quite a few. I will miss his smile, kindness and just the comfort of knowing a gentle soul was nearby. Aunt Gwynne snagged a Prince and their marriage has been an example of love for all of us. My prayers of comfort go to everyone in the family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY