Leonard Allen Webb

07/31/1936 — 08/25/2004

From Richland, WA, US | Born in Ritzville, Washington

Leonard Allen Webb

Leonard Allen Webb, 68 of Pasco passed away on Wednesday August 25, 2004 at his home. Leonard was born on July 30, 1936 in Ritzville, Washington to Dallas and Ida Ellen Webb. He was station in Germany for 2 years while he served in the U.S. Army. He lived in Mesa, Washington for 32 years and Pasco for the past 8 years. He worked for Big Bend Electric in Mesa as a purchasing agent for 30 years Leonard was a member of the Eagles Lodge in Kennewick and was active in the Kosmo Singles Group. Leonard is survived by his daughter Sheryl of Renton, son Duane of Anacortes, daughter Stephanie of Richland, and 7 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Joyce Webb, parents Ida Ellen Schaffer, Dallas Webb and step dad Dan Schaffer. Funeral services for Leonard will be held on Monday, August 30, 2004 at Einan’s Funeral Home in Richland with burial following in Sunset Memorial Gardens. A reception will follow the graveside service at the Hampton Inn in Richland

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  • I first meet Lenoard when he was a bartender at the Legion club in Ritzville.I have known Leonard for over fourty years and worked with him at Big Bend Electric for thirty two years. Leonard was a real friend to me.

    Lenoard will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in eternal peace.

    Marc Wiesner
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • I first meet Lenoard when he was a bartender at the Legion club in Ritzville.I have known Leonard for over fourty years and worked with him at Big Bend Electric for thirty two years. Leonard was a real friend to me.

    Lenoard will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in eternal peace.

    Marc Wiesner
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Leonard was one of the finest dancers and he will be greatly greatly missed.

    Marlene Wood

    Marlene Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, WA, US
  • Leonard was one of the first to join us in forming the Kosmos group. The group was small to begin and allowed those of us in it to become very close. Leonard was always ready to have fun and with his dry sense of humor provided us with many a laugh and good times. He was always so gracious to everyone. We were so saddended to hear of his passing but know in our hearts he is at home with the Lord. We loved him dearly.

    Ron Canoy and Judy Wear

    Ron Canoy & Judy Wear
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • We were very sad to hear of Leonards passing. We were part of the Kosmos Singles group. We had many good times together as a group. I have great memories of dances, dinners, fishing campouts, and even a cruise to Alaska a couple years ago. Kosmos has definitely lost one of the “good guys”. I am glad that I was fortunate enough to meet Leonard and spend time with him.

    Sue and Dennis Gagner

    Sue Gagner
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • I haven’t seen Leonard for a few years, but once you saw him, it seemed like it was just the other day, when we last talked. I worked with him for several years while I was employed at Big Bend Electric. He was fun to work with and kept things lively with his jokes. My wife and I bought a tent trailer from a dealership in Pasco, and later found out it used to belong to Leonard and his wife, Joyce. We had a laugh over that. We attended a few Christmas parties with them and had a lot of fun, as he was the life of the party. He will be sorely missed by all that came in contact with him. He was a friend. I only wished I had known he was ill, or I would have visited him. I hope he didn’t go through any suffering. If he did, knowing Leonard, he wouldn’t complain and would just deal with it! You will be missed, Len.

    Omer L. Olson
    November 4, 2014
    Eltopia, WA, US
  • I was Leonard’s accountant. His honesty and integrity was something I tried to model my own life after. I will miss his smile and example for me to follow.

    Mark Morrissette
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • I met Leonard one time by chance 2 years ago at the Big Flat hunting area. I admired his dog and commented that I used to have English setters 10 years ago but not anymore.

    Leonard graciously invited me to join him and his pals in the morning’s hunt. I was thrilled for the opportunity and thanks to his kindness, enjoyed their company. He told me that he used to farm and now lived in Pasco. Such a nice guy that I still remember our one time meeting.

    Rod Hansen
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • I was heartbroken to hear of Len’s passing.

    He and I dated for quite some time. He was the sweetest, most gentle, loving man I’ve ever known.

    There aren’t enough good things to say about him.

    We all have lost a wonderful friend.

    I shall miss him forever.

    Paula Henderson
    November 4, 2014
    Benton, City, WA, US
  • Very sorry to hear of Leonard’s passing. We worked together at Big Bend 1977 to my retirement in ’89. Leonard was a loyal and conciensous employee. Donn

    Donn and Marlene Bigelow
    November 4, 2014
    Connell, WA, US