Condolences for Charles Leonard

Linda Bell posted on 8/22/21

Charles was such an inspiration to all that knew him. I will always remember his smile and words from the Bible. He will be missed by many and also reminded that he is in Heaven with our Lord and Savior.

 

Jim, Mia and Valerie Whitfield posted on 8/18/21

"Dear Jackie and all of Charles’s family, We are so sorry for your loss. Mia, Valerie and I want you to know how much we loved Charles, and that we will miss him. He was truly a very good man. All our love to you in this time of sadness."

 

Andrea Meltzer posted on 8/18/21

"Jackie, I was so shocked to learn of Charles’ passing only thru Norman’s posting on Facebook. I will remember fondly our walks lunchtime around Waterside Dr. when we both worked for the bank. It was always fun running into you all at Costco and sitting down and having a hot dog together. I am just sorry we weren’t able to get together as a threesome since COVID. The next hot dog is on me! My thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time."

 

Charles Blackman posted on 8/11/21

Betty & I send our prayers to you (Jackie) and your family. We have good memories with Charles at church.

 

Any Arrington posted on 8/11/21

Charles was such a nice, unassuming person. I recall when he got to light up Norfolk for Holidays in the City. My condolences.

 

Norman D Soroko posted on 8/10/21

It was such an honor to call Charles my friend, my neighbor and my co worker at Bank of America. He was such a great man nd good person. Rest in peace my dear friend.

 

Donna Johnsen posted on 8/10/21

Jackie, Vickey and family, I was privileged to know “Buzzy” through Jackie and Peggy. He was a wonderful man who always had a smile and kind words whenever we met. May he rest In peace and rise in glory. Donna

 

Joe Cox posted on 8/10/21

Charles "Buzzy" as he was known by family and close friends, was my friend and special brother-in=law for more than 60 years. He was a kind and gentle man who never met a stranger and was highly respected for his religious beliefs and his compassion for others. He was a gifted Sunday School teacher, and one who shared his faith with others. He did not fear death and met it on his own terms. I know a great celebration and family reunion was held when his soul arrived in Heaven! While I will miss our conversations and time spent with you, I know things are so much better for you there. Thanks for the memories! Joe Cox