- 69 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 9, 1943
- Place of birth:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
- Date of passing: Jun 30, 2013
- Place of passing:
Lakeside, California, United States
|Let the memory of Leroy be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Leroy Britton, 69, born on September 9, 1943 and passed away on June 30, 2013. We will remember him forever.
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"It's Thanksgiving Day. I am thinking of you, missing you and thank you very much indeed.
Happy Thanksgiving, Leroy!"
"Thinking of you and missing you very much,
Happy birthday, Leroy!"
"Think of you often Leroy, especially when we were kids"
"Today is Thanksgiving Day. I am so thankful to think about you, specially today, Leroy.
Happy Thanksgiving Day!"
"Thinking of you on your birthday.
Happy Birthday Leroy"
"Thinking of you and missing you everyday, especially today.
Happy Birthday, Leroy."
"You are missed!"
"Today is Easter, I wish you could be back at home. All your computers, books and many other belongings are kept just as you left them. I miss you every day."
"You are always dearly missed, but especially on this day. I wish I could say "Happy Birthday, Leroy!" to you in person."
"Thinking of you on your birthday"
"Happy Birthday Leroy"
"Thinking of you and missing you everyday. Wish spring would bring you back in this Easter."
"Today is Thanksgiving Day. I am thankful for the gift of you, who fills my life with caring, laughing, and positive fight spirit. You made my world an interesting and unforgettable place...
I wish I could tell you all this in person. You are missed so much more than you and I ever knew.
Happy Thanksgiving, and thanks giving!""
"Thinking of you and missing you on what would have been your 70th birthday. Happy Birthday Leroy."
"Leroy we are all thinking of you today, Hoping your celebrating your birthday with loved ones, We miss you."
"Happy Birthday Leroy"
"One last word:
How do I remember Leroy?
A selfish boy that was never there for his children…
Through the good times and bad..
I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
"Leroy was the father of 3 children."
"just posted two pictures from May 1952 when Grandma Pritchett, Aunt Elaine, me and my parents drove to Nashville to visit Aunt Alma, hope they turned out OK"
"I remember dropping water balloons from the third story apartment building where we lived growing Had a great time the two times I visited Leroy in San Diego, fun times. When we were young, we went to Nashville with my Parents. Leroy was a great Cousin growing up, will miss our phone calls. RIP Leroy, will always be in my thoughts
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