Randy Leonard Stone and Leaf from DedicationRandy Leonard   1958—2010

Randy Leonard was born April 24, 1958.   He passed away February 2, 2010 on the streets in Lake City.

Randy was a homeless veteran.  He possessed many talents and interests including harmonica, painting, fixing cars, and construction work.  Randy was well loved and is missed greatly.  He is survived by five children.

Randy’s Leaf is at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City.  If you have memories of Randy to share, please post a comment.


Featured Leaf February 2016

One Response to “Randy Leonard: 1958—2010”

  • Carina Gilstrap says:

    Randy was my dad, I think this project is so sweet and a great way for people to see that the people who die on the streets are more than just homeless. They are real people and have families too. Although this is great, the info for my dad is incorrect, Randy was a kind man and yes was very talented in all those trades but he is survived by FIVE children Angela, Randy, Carina, Katie, and Emma. He is also survived by five grandchildren Alexa, Jaycel, Jasiah, Natalia, and Maliah. We love and miss him very, very much. My biggest regret is that I didnt get to say good-bye because of my own issues and I missed the leaf dedication. I love you dad and Im sorry I wasnt there for you xxxoooxxx

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