Ronald M. Leonard, Sr.

1932 ∼ 2020

Pat Davis of Middleboro, Ma wrote:

Remembering him today and always as honest, hardworking, kind, dependable, unassuming, patient, caring and so much more. I was so lucky to have him in my life for so many years. My heart is full of wonderful memories. To alll of the Leonard family, may many happy memories help to overcome your sadness. My deepest condolences and love to all of you.

Kelly & James Lynch of Wareham, MA wrote:

Gloria and Beverly, Your father may have departed this earth but he is still there in your hearts. He is still in your cherished memories. He is up in Heaven watching over you. God bless you in your grief. Sorry to hear about your dad. Please stay strong for your beautiful mom.

ROGER & SHERRE BOWLBY of Bluffton wrote:

We are deeply saddened to hear this news. Much love being sent to the whole family. RIP Ron.

Paul Varnum of Franklin, MA wrote:

Richard & Bonnie, I'm very sorry to hear about your Father Ronald's passing. May God rest his heart & soul and Bless your entire family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Paul & Jill

Kristin Carter Smith of Pepperell MA wrote:

Ron's bright eyes and a gentle smile welcoming me into the Tabernacle for every service, every meeting, every occasion, will be missed. In this, he and Jeannine have been steadfast in my life as far back as my memory takes me.

Tim Kelly of Grain Valley, Mo. wrote:

So sorry for your loss, he will be missed. Sending prayers your way.

Brian Aucoin & Denise Aucoin of hudson wrote:

dear Leonard family, our deepest condolences to the whole family, may he rest in gods arms until we meet again...God Bless

Marsha edmonds wrote:

Ron was the greatest man ever. He lived his faith every moment and served in the humblest way. I will never ever forget him! ❤️

Laura King of Onset MA wrote:

Sweet, sweet Man. It was a pleasure to get to know Ron. He was so very proud of his family - he spoke of them with a smile. Ron will be missed.

Randal Rothwell of Westport, MA wrote:

Dicky, so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.