Eileen May Leonzio

February 26, 1942 - August 7, 2013
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Eileen May Leonzio, 71, of Chesapeake City, MD, passed away peacefully Wednesday, August 7, 2013 surrounded by her loving family. Eileen was born in England on February 26, 1942. She was the daughter of the late Kathleen and Ronald Watts. She lived most of her adult life in the United States and the last 26Continue Reading

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Nona Martone (Hall) left a message on January 27, 2019:
This morning I was thinking of one of my first friends in life, Kathy,and wondering what had become of her and how to get in touch. So, I took to google and found thus page.
Kathy and family I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know it has been many years now and I don't read the paper so am just learning of her passing. She wa always a kind lady and loved her family very much. My mom thought of her as great friend.
Bernie Alimenti left a message on August 6, 2017:
Mom, hard to believe it will be 4 yrs. tomorrow. You are truly missed......I know you are watching over US....

Love Bernie
Bobby Leonzio left a message on August 9, 2013:
Larry, Michael, Lisa and all of Eileen's family. My deep condolences to all on the passing of your wife, mother, and grandmother and friend. Passing of a loved one is never easy, no matter how we try to prepare ourselves for it. Her love, and the many fond memories that you share will live on in your hearts and minds forever. Life on this earth may end, but her spirit will be with you always. I hope to see you soon.
Shirley Baxter left a message on August 9, 2013:
Although we have not seen you for a few years - memories are long lasting. Whenever you and Larry came to England we were able to meet up. Wish we had been able to visit you in USA. RIP Eileen now reunited with David.
Gary Grimm left a message on August 9, 2013:
Dear Eileen, when I think about the many fond memories we shared it brings a smile to my face. It's safe to say that 99% of our "get-togethers" involved dinner followed by dessert. It's going to be difficult resisting the urge to pick up the phone to ask you for a last minute dinner run to Ruby Tuesdays, Friendly's or the Middletown Diner. Birthdays and holidays will never be the same without your presence. I know you will be there in spirit and that is what will allow us all to get through the day. When I came to visit you last month at your house a hummingbird was getting nectar from a flower outside of your bedroom window. You told me it came to visit you often. I'd like to think that it was David looking after you. From now on when I see a hummingbird I will think of it as a symbol of you.....looking over me. My heart is hurting but I take solace knowing you are with David once again. I love you and miss you already. To Larry and family, I am so proud of each of you for being so supportive to Eileen at the most challenging time of her life. We must continue to celebrate and honor Eileen's life and legacy. My deepest sympathy , Love Gary
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Patrick left a message on August 8, 2013:
Dearest sister, It is hard for me to accept that you will never visit England again and share with me the fun of visiting childhood haunts, or maybe flying over the Somerset countryside, or daring yourself to enter the gloomy spaces of a ruined medieval castle, or visiting animal shelters so you can indulge your love of animals of all sorts - even Vietnamese pigs on one occasion! Although we lived thousands of miles apart, you were as close as the nearest telephone. We certainly had many hours of chat over the years, particularly latterly. And now you are gone, and it grieves me dreadfully to have lost my only sister. "Requiescat in pace et in amore" Your brother, Patrick.
Marianne Smart left a message on August 8, 2013:
So sorry about your mom. Take each day as it comes v
Bernie & Tracey left a message on August 8, 2013:
Your feisty spirit will always be in our memories and will live on as we share the memories that you have left with us. Our LOVE for you is undying, and as the days go by until we meet again you will be in our hearts. Thank you for being a Mom that we could always count on to give, the BEST Ravioli recipe and wonderful sweet treats. It is still very surreal, we can't believe that we will not see your smile and hear your voice. We hope that you are smiling and talking to David, and your Mom and Dad. We will cherish the English and Irish influence that you brought to our lives. God bless! Love always xoxoxoxo
Beth Cool and Barry Isaacs left a message on August 8, 2013:
Eileen was like a second mother to me and I will miss her greatly...I cherish all of the memories I have from family vacations in Florida and horse shows over the last 30 years. She truly was the Matriarch of the Family and she will forever be in our hearts. Love Beth and Barry
Ron Klopfer left a message on August 7, 2013:
Today I lost a best friend. A difficult journey you faced with courage and dignity. I will forever miss you and our Friday outings with all of the outrageous desserts and our weekend dinners together. I am truly glad that your suffering is over and that you are at peace. You are now in the arms of David and surrounded by all of the loyal dogs who loved you over the years. Rest well my friend untill we all meet again. Larry, Bernie,Lisa, Linda, and Cathy, I am so very sorry for your loss. Thank God for all of the memories we can share and laugh about to help ease our sense of loss.
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