I learned with sadness of the passing of Len, and offer my condolences to his family. In the many years that he was a resident at Symphony Kanata he was an example of gracious service to others. May he rest in peace.
Sincere condolences to the family. Always sad to bid adieu to a loved one. His smiling face will not be forgotten.
Sending along deepest sympathy
Len was a true gentleman who always spoke well of others. Audrey and Len were indeed a loving couple. I visited Len several times in Kanata with Linda Robar and we enjoyed some great conversation. He will be greatly missed.
I can't begin to tell you about my feelings for Len, and of course, his dear wife, Audrey. My husband Ernie and I became super friends of Len and Audrey in 1976 when we joined UCT. They were both a fantastic inspiration to both of us. I used to call Len every one or two months to check up on him; my friend Jackie and I visited him a few times. I remember speaking to Len about one/ one and a half, months ago - he remembered me and was so happy to hear from me.
Len and I shared a bond of our Great Grandson, Chase. He and his daughter Kathy, have provided me with pictures and thoughts of Chase whom I have never had the opportunity to meet. He reminds me a great deal of his Dad, Jason, my grandson whom I have always treasured but never hear from him.
Cathy would bring her Dad to our UCT luncheons and he truly enjoyed his outings.
I will really miss his jovial manner. I would like to tell his family, as ex-president of UCT, I have tried to contact all of the surviving members. I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO BE KEPT APPRISED OF A FUTURE VISITATION.
SINCERE AND HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO LEN'S FAMILY.
To Lenoard's Family my sincere sympathy. I was the piano player that accompanied the choir at Symphony Senior. I loved him. We shared our love of music. He would always have the songbooks on the chairs ready to go. May he rest in peace and may he blow his trumpet once again.