Condolences for LeRoy N. Meiners
Bernice and family, we want to express our sincere condolences to you. LeRoy was always such a jokester and always kept you on your toes. I never had him as a bus driver but sure did enjoy the interactions with him when he worked at Boots and Kenny's Service Station and, later, when I would come back to Eitzen for visits.
From Roger and Carolyn Fruechte
Dear Bernice & Family:
I will always remember the fun loving bus driver we were lucky enough to have for us. LeRoy was always a happy go lucky guy and he passed that on to all he met, his smile and laugh lit up a room. He will be missed and remembered by many. This world was lucky to have him and I was lucky to know him. Condolences to all, may you fine peace in his wonderful memories.
Carlene Deters Denton
From Carlene Deters Denton
Our sympathy to you, Bernice, and your family. LeRoy was so much fun and would share a good joke. I can still see that smile and twinkling eyes as he opened the school bus door. We knew we were in safe hands with LeRoy driving. He will be missed. Blessings, Rosalie and Harvey Dundas
From Rosalie Bunge Dundas
To Bernice and family,
As a fellow "Eitzen kid", I do have fond memories of LeRoy. In our two room school, if any mischief was going on, LeRoy was probably involved. All was in good fun and with that big smile on his face. You all have your own wonderful memories too--savor them. I send my condolences.
From Audrey Deters Eiken
It seems like just yesterday that I was sitting on your lap as a kid and you were telling me a story. You never failed to make me laugh and put me in a better mood; you truly were a pro at bringing joy to others Leroy. I can't believe that I won't be able to see that signature Leroy smile ever again, but it pains me even more that I won't be able to hear the name "Snacks" ever again; however, I'm guessing that you are cracking jokes to the big man upstairs right now, and I know he's laughing hysterically. You'll never be forgotten Uncle Leroy.
I Love You,
From Tim Althaus
The first time we can remember meeting LeRoy and Bernice was while serving coffee at bingo many years ago. They were both very friendly and LeRoy always teased us and made us laugh! We soon learned that we knew many of LeRoy's grandchildren as well as his brother Bob and Marlene. Each time we saw LeRoy, he would leave us with a big smile! Our grandpa Oren was very fond of LeRoy as well. They met just recently at Tweeten Lutheran,and often had lunch together.
LeRoy's family has been in our prayers and we are thinking of all of you during this difficult time. We will always remember his kindness and humor. Our deepest sympathy - Anne and Beth
From Beth and Anne Ellingson
What a baseball player LeRoy was! He could hit those balls all the way to Winnebago Valley. Bernice and all, my warmest thoughts and memories of LeRoy and your wonderful family. LeRoy was so outgoing in his personality and caring for all of us. He'll be truly missed.
From Beth Johnson etc.
Sorry to hear you had to say good-bye to LeRoy. May good memories, family and friends help ease your sorrow. His great smile and humor will remain with us all.
From Gerry and Ken Covey
Our deepest sympathy to your entire family. Praying that God will watch over you all and help you through this difficult time. He was a great man that will truly be missed and remembered.
From Randy & Kathy (Meiners) Van Ruler & family
Gary, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
From Linda Hughes
Sorry to hear of LeRoy Passsing away. I always enjoyed his terrific sence of humor. Our sincere condolence!
From Paul & Elaine Klankowski
Our love and prayers go out to all of you. Our memories of LeRoy retain the 'shine' of knowing him as children, where his presence, kindness and sense of humor were larger than life. God Bless all of you in the days and weeks ahead. We wish you a swift and supported journey through the sorrowful times to the peace of knowing your father has gone ahead to prepare your place in Heaven, where he waits now in glory, free of pain and illness. We know that the family he's raised and loved will also find comfort, laughter and love in the lifetime of memories you've all shared. You have our love and deepest sympathies.
From Don Lager and Barb Nuckles
To LeRoy's family: My condolences to all of you. It is difficult to imagine Eitzen without LeRoy. May the wonderful memories sustain all of you in this time of mourning. Thoughts and prayers are sent your way today.
Karen Buchholtz Ford
From Karen Buchholtz Ford