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Sending my condolences, thoughts,and prayers to all.


Posted by: Sandy Fairman - La Porte, IN - Friend   Oct 31, 2017

Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember Les. We pray that our Lord brings the much needed comfort and peace during this time. Our heart felt condolences go out to each of you.
Dave and Elaine Johnson


Posted by: Dasve and Elaine Johnson - Front Royal, VA - Family Friend   Oct 31, 2017

My condolences to Mary Ann and the familes of Les............Sorry to hear of your lost.


Posted by: Ralph Logan - Fredericksburg, VA   Oct 31, 2017

From the 17-2b nurses at the LEB VA, we want to give our condolences to the entire family. Les was a great guy, we will missed him dearly!


Posted by: A friend   Oct 31, 2017

MaryAnn, Danny and Tim,
I have a lot of fond memories of Les, that I will always cherish. He was always joking and teasing everyone. He loved his family, and will always be remembered for his thoughtfulness. I am so sorry for your loss. He will be deeply missed, but always remembered.


Posted by: Carolyn Fannon - Tazewell, TN - Family   Oct 31, 2017

Les was such a wonderful guy and a fantastic next-door neighbor of my parents. I will never forget the kindness he showed them, especially when my dad was having serious health problems. Les was always there to take care of them and brought them meals on numerous occasions. We will miss him terribly!

My sincere condolences to Mary Ann and the family.


Posted by: Paul Krause - Lebanon, PA - Acquaintance   Oct 30, 2017

Mary Anne and family - my deepest condolences to you all. Les was the sweetest man - the two of you are forever in my hearts for all the love and care you showed my parents. Keeping you all in thoughts and prayer.

Lori, Brendan and Dylan Renne


Posted by: Lori Krause Renne - New Cumberland, PA - Friend   Oct 30, 2017

I remember as a child many visits with Les's Mom and Dad and siblings. Upon retiring it was always a pleasure to be able to meet up and play golf with him. He always smiled and never got angry if having a bad round. The jokes always there. I will miss the birthday calls...we shared the same birth day. He was a wonderful man and cousin loved by many and will be greatly missed.


Posted by: Jean Conner - Knoxville, TN - Family   Oct 30, 2017

I think of Les as a true Southern Gentleman. Very polite and very proper especially when he was taking your money at the poker table.
Mary Ann I am so sorry for your family's loss. He will truly be missed...
Chuck


Posted by: Chuck Reese - Lebanon, PA - Friend   Oct 30, 2017

My dear Mr. Craig I will miss seeing your smiling face walk through the door at the INN ready for me to get your eggs crispy home fries and crispy bacon. It was my pleasure to know you and chat with you.I will think of you often and remember.


Posted by: sherry long - lebanon, PA - Friend   Oct 29, 2017