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Leonard Schechter

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  • Marla Dulitz Feld

    So very sorry to hear about Lenny. He will be truly missed. He was a true gem.

  • Debra Berger

    Lenny was always so kind to our family, and we know how much he adored his own family. I am sure that our parents are happy to see him. May his memory be for a blessing.

  • Jackie Garrett

    So sad to hear of Lenny's passing. He fought a valiant fight. Such a nice man, so glad I knew him.

  • Phyllis Beck Kurtzman

    So heartbreaking. Lenny love his children. When you were coming to Atlanta so excited. Grands love of his life. I do live at the Jewish Tower and I saw and talked to not many days after his last procedure. Your family lost a great man. The Jewish Tower also lost a great man. Remember the great and wonderful time you had. I will definitely say a Prayer for Lenny and your family. Not a way to start the Jewish New Year.. He is at Peace. May his Memory be a Blessing.

  • Nancy Yerlow and Ed Carlucci

    Ed and I are so sad to hear of Lenny’s passing. We became really close friends while living at The Tower, even after we moved away. I just spoke with him Tuesday, it was not an easy conversation, but I’m glad he is a peace now. Condolences to his family, he will be missed.

  • Pam Goldstein

    I am saddened to hear of the passing of my parent’s close and dear friend. Lenny. He always had a broad smile, hearty laugh, funny story and so much love he shared with so many. He was so kind to my Mother, Rita Goldstein, especially when she resided at the Jewish home. He is already so sorely missed. May his memory be a blessing. Pam Goldstein

  • Robin Adams

    We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Lenny was a dear friend of my parents, and we loved spending time with Lenny. He smiled so much when he talked about his family. May his memory be a blessing.

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