December 6th, 1967 - April 23rd, 2020
Leonard L. Lemmings, age 52 of Oxford, passed away at Fort Hamilton Hospital on Thursday, April 23, 2020.Leonard was born in Mattoon, Illinois on December 6, 1967 to Edward Lemmings and Carol Payton. On May 30, 1986 he married Carla Bowling. Leonard worked at Manheim Cincinnati for 30 years as an Auto Technician. He was avid Ohio State fan and wore their colors proudly. Above all, Leonard loved being a papal and his grandbabies were the light of his life.
Leonard is survived by his wife of 34 years, Carla Lemmings; his children, Brandon (Charity) Bowling, Dawn (Michaela) Crouch, Jessie (Mark) Lemmings and Leonard (Candice) Lemmings Jr.; his grandchildren, Jasper, Riley, Izlah and Bentley; his sisters, Mardi (Kevin) Lemmings-Maddock, Barbara Lemmings and Betty (Kevin) Lemmings; and many nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.Leonard was preceded in death by his parents and his grandparents.
Private services to be held.
|So sorry for your loss and my the good lord be with all of you and to comfort you all. Angel Family.|
|My heart and soul go out to you in this difficult time. I share in your grief and pray for healing and comfort in your sorrow.|
Dot & Charlie Lemmings
|We are so sorry for your loss. Wished we could there to express our support. We love you.|
|Leonard buddy you will be greatly missed around the shop!|
|I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Leonard. I enjoyed working with Leonard at Manheim Cincinnati. When ever I asked him for help with a car I was inspecting he would always help with no questions asked. We always talked about sports, whether it was Ohio State, the Reds or the Bengals. He was a great guy and I will miss him as will everyone at Manheim, as well as members of his family.|
|I am so very sorry for the kids off your husband/Daddy/papaw! I love you all, and am thinking of you at this time.|
|I am so very sorry to hear this. I didn't get to know him for very long, but he reminded me so much of my brother and my cousin that it always warmed my heart up to see him. He always made me smile. I will be praying for this family. I am so sorry.|
|Be meeting you up there pretty soon|
|So sorry me and my parents want you to all know you all are in our prayers we love you and he was so loved by all of us|
|I am so sorry for your loss. Sending deepest condolences and prayers to your family during this difficult time. We all loved working with Leonard. He was more than a great employee---he was a great friend, mentor and teacher to a lot of people at Manheim Cincinnati. He will be missed.|
|My condolences on your loss. Leonard was a great friend and co-worker. He was a truly great man and will be missed.|
|LEONARD MY FRIEND YOU WILL BE GREATLY MISSED MY PRAYERS AN THOUGHTS GO OUT TO THE lEMMINGS FAMILY|
|May the memories of Leonard heal your heart.|
Such a good man. He will be missed. I will continue to wear his nuts proudly as I watch The Ohio State Buckeyes. Rest In Peace
|Leonard will be missed by many. I send my Condolences and Prayers at your time of loss and wish you peace of mind as you celebrate his time in life.|