J. Warren Leach
Date of Death: October 8, 2022
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Leach-J. Warren of Sayville, NY on October 8th, 2022 in his 94th year. Beloved husband of the late Ruth. Brother of Roberta Leach. Loving father of Robert, Linda Beyer (Steve), and Dan (Jen). Cherished Grandfather of Cody, Matt, Kevin, Matthew, Steven, John, Hailey, Ryan, Aidan and Karyn. Loving Great Grandfather of Isabella. Arrangements entrusted to…

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Danette Hernandez left a message on November 17, 2023:
My heart breaks….. I didn’t know Mr.Warren very long. I met him while his stay at an assisted living facility. It was a pleasure to see his smile each day. I was the morning cook and took a bathroom break after the mainstream rush was over. I would pass through the dining room and the first person I saw when I walked into the dining room was Mr Warren. He ALWAYS had a smile on his face and his hand out to grab me say good morning dear. Told me take that mask off so I can see that beautiful smile. Always thanked me for my hard work. I’ll never forget him going directly outside after eating to soak up that sun and feed the squirrels. The bird houses he made……. ALWAYS dressed appropriate for the dining room. Such a pure gentleman. Oh Mr Warren I hope you’re enjoying your cookies up there in heaven. I will never forget you. Rest in peace my friend. Love Danette. Xoxo
Concierge Ken left a message on November 1, 2022:
I came to meet Mr Leach during his time at Brightview Senior Living in Sayville. Mr Leach was a class act. A remarkable man!!
Diane Neugebauer left a message on October 21, 2022:
I will be praying for you as you are safe and finally comfortable now. I hope you met up with your Ruthie and my Mom already and are having a peaceful time in heaven. I will be visiting you as you rest in St. Lawrence Cemetary. Love Diane
Cody Leach left a message on October 14, 2022:
You will always be in my heart Grandpa!
Maggie Butler left a message on October 13, 2022:
I am sad to hear of your dad’s passing. I cleaned house for him for a few years and always enjoyed talking to him; he was such a nice man. I think I may have also met Linda and Dan at some point. Once he sold the house I visited him twice at the Bristol on Lakeland Avenue. When I called another time he was no longer there they told me but couldn’t tell me where he went or what happened. I thought then that he may have passed, but it was quite a while ago. He even got me to clean Marlene’s house a few times...I never kept in touch with her but have wondered about her. I’m sorry I never bought any of your dad’s birdhouses, I loved them and loved that he kept busy doing that and going out to sell a time in his new shiny red car I think. His garage was usually open when I came to clean and Id find him at times working in there and loved the smell of the wood from the birdhouses. At times, he’d be reading on the porch or sitting by the blazing fire he had going! He kept busy for sure After a time I think he complained about how much the man was charging him for the wood,,,,he was funny at times. Always a nice man and I’ve thought of him often... My deepest sympathy to you on your loss and to his many grandchildren and one great grandchild...May he Rest In Peace......
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Dan W Leach left a message on October 12, 2022:
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