Condolence: Dear Nancy and the family Egbert-
Charlie and I were shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Leo. Please accept our deepest condolences. As I said to Diahn when I first heard the tragic news...Leo was such an amazing person-truly one of a kind and unforgettable. It's hard to believe he is gone. What a wonderful man he was. He always greeted me with a big smile and an even bigger hug! Really-Leo was a world class hugger in my opinion. And I don't know if he just seemed to know I needed a hug, but it was always the highlight of my day. He was one of those rare individuals who made you feel special. I had hoped to see him again this fall, but my last memories of him are wonderful- he was happy, hopeful. Just being his gregarious, generous self. Please know he was respected and loved by my husband and me. I wish at this time to offer my support in any way you need it. Please call me anytime. I would just like to get together and give you a hug and let you and your family know that Charlie and I cared about Leo and you- a lovely couple that we always wanted to get to know better.
I don't want to intrude on you during this difficult time of transition, but I want to let you know I'm/we're here for you.
With all our love and support to you Nancy-
Krissi and Charlie Stenborg
Condolence: Love the array of photo's of Leo and his family, the one that stands out is the one with him packing a snow ball, that one really stands out, as the Leo I remember from grade school days. He was a great classmate and we all had many yrs. of enjoyment with him..and that's what really matter in life..is remembering the fun we all had..
Lisa and I are so very saddened to learn of Leo's passing. Leo and I renewed our prior friendship from his Army days and my civilian service to the Army with the Huntsville Center US Army Corps of Engineers where I provided technical engineering planning and design support to Army Training Range Program - where I first met Leo. Last year we began working together as contractors on a training range project in Poland and my firm HDR subcontracted with Leo for this project. I will miss his smiling and positive attitude - a truly Great American! RIP my Scottish Brother! God Bless your family! Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Condolence: Dearest Nancy, & Egbert family,
May you find peace in each sunset and sunrise, each butterfly cardinal and blue jay know that your beloved Leo is sending you signs that he’s made it Home. In Gods arms he has comfort, may you too find comfort.
Bill & Laura.
Condolence: Dear Nancy, Marty, Grace and all Family,
Our very deepest condolences on the loss of Leo. Such a good guy and too young to leave this world. Remember that you will see him again where all is perfect! May you find peace in our Savior and Salvation, and in the fact that Leo is whole and healthy at His side. Our prayers are with you all.