I'm sorry to hear of Len's death. My condolences to Ann, John, and my old friends Margi and Jeff.
Dear Ann, John, Margi, Jeff, and families,
The Pelletier family sends its deepest condolences on the loss of Len, as we called him.
We all have great childhood and life memories of Len. Always smiling, always with a quip, always friendly, always good-natured, always happy.
Good memories of Len picking up all of us many times hitchhiking to Delhi, and Dad catching rides to the College with him when he had car trouble.
And a jovial and constant presence around town on his many painting projects. I can picture him in his paint clothes, cracking a joke.
And Ann's warm and maternal presence in our childhoood. We have photos of Ann at Mary and Chrissie's birthday parties. I believe that Ann was the original Bovina cake maker.
Our memories of Len are good, happy, and funny. A tribute to the kind of person he was.
Thinking of your family at this time, and keeping Len in our memories.
Ann, John, Margi and Jeff.
We offer our deepest condolences on the passing of one of the warmest and kindest and that I have ever known. I feel honored to have lived my life considering Leonard my friend. I have known Leonard my whole life and can say that I never knew him to be anything but kind and caring for those around him. Leonard we will always miss you.
Peace, Hope and Love
I met Len and Ann at the FoxCare Center Cafe where they visited almost every week. They were a team, caring deeply for each other. Len delivered her Avon products to the offices. He always had a warm, friendly smile. I will miss him terribly as I had just started visiting with he and Ann at the Chestnut Park Nursing Hone. My condolences to the family.
I first met Len and Ann at St James Church in Bovina and was immediately struck by their warmth and friendliness. I was looking for a church to connect with and found it in their welcoming spirit. From that very first day we became steadfast friends. Never have I seen a more devoted couple to one another. They were an example of what Love really means. God Bless you, Len. You are missed.
John and family, my deepest condolences. Len was a fine man and I am glad I got to know him.
Rest eternal grant unto him, O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon him.