801 Teas Nursery Road
Conroe, Texas, 77303
T (936) 756-2126
F (936) 756-6206
 


Leroy Gilbert Fick
September 27, 1927 - May 31, 2005



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Helen (Fick) TidwellPatricia (Fick) Butler
Eddie Dunn 10th Ranger Co. & Connie BergeronCharlie & Debbie Soliz
Dr. Kimberly D. Blum and familyDurwood (Woody) & Rita Franke
Ernest W. DeLuca

 

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By: Eddie & Connie Dunn Jun 4, 2005
Leroy you will be sorely missed,sleep well my buddy, you have earned your peace.

till we meet up again.

Eddie Dunn, 10th Ranger Co.

&

Connie
By: Charlie & Debbie Soliz Jun 3, 2005
We would like to express our sincere saddness on learning of Leroy's passing. Leroy was such a wonderful man with a warm heart and gentle smile for everyone that knew him.Leroy was a wonderful neighbor and friend for may years. Leroy will be missed by the many people who knew and loved him. Our prayers and warm thoughts are with the family at this difficult time. God Bless.



Love,



Charlie & Debbie Soliz
By: Dr. Kimberly Blum Jun 3, 2005
I had the pleasure of meeting and interacting with LeRoy Fick when my daughter was in a play group with his grandchidren almost 11 years ago when we first moved to Conroe. LeRoy was always kind and smiling at every interation. He drew our addition house plans and made room in his busy schedule to help craft his son's home; I know he loved his family very much. LeRoy will be missed greatly, but I know he is in Heaven now having fun with my son Jonathan whom I am sure is teaching him how to kneeboard in the clouds. Hugs to Mark and Brooke and the children.



Kim
By: Ernest W. Deluca Jun 3, 2005
I have known Leroy and his Lovely wife Wanda for many years. Leroy was a most honorable man. However, it was not until just recently that I realized the depth of this honor. I too am a partially disabled veteran of a Foreign War (Vietnam), and when I read of his interrment at Arlington National Cemetery, I was awed. This is without a doubt the highest and most meretorious award that a native of this Great Nation may recieve, attesting at once to his calibre and dedication, both of which he extended to all other aspects of his life.



I would say to Wanda, his wife and my friend of many years, take comfort that he will be remembered and cherished by members of this Community, and has most certainly won the admiration of all Veterans of any Generation.



God grant that he once more take the field in in his due pace of honor nad diginty.



ERNEST W. DELUCA
By: Ernest W. Deluca Jun 3, 2005
I have known Leroy and his Lovely wife Wanda for many years. Leroy was a most honorable man. However, it was not until just recently that I realized the depth of this honor. I too am a partially disabled veteran of a Foreign War (Vietnam), and when I read of his interrment at Arlington National Cemetery, I was awed. This is without a doubt the highest and most meretorious award that a native of this Great Nation may recieve, attesting at once to his calibre and dedication, both of which he extended to all other aspects of his life.



I would say to Wanda, his wife and my friend of many years, take comfort that he will be remembered and cherished by members of this Community, and has most certainly won the admiration of all Veterans of any Generation.



God grant that he once more take the field in in his due place of honor nad diginty.



ERNEST W. DELUCA
By: Ernest W. Deluca Jun 3, 2005
have known Leroy and his Lovely wife Wanda for many years. Leroy was a most honorable man. However, it was not until just recently that I realized the depth of this honor. I too am a partially disabled veteran of a Foreign War (Vietnam), and when I read of his interrment at Arlington National Cemetery, I was awed. This is without a doubt the highest and most meretorious award that a native of this Great Nation may recieve, attesting at once to his calibre and dedication, both of which he extended to all other aspects of his life.



I would say to Wanda, his wife and my friend of many years, take comfort that he will be remembered and cherished by members of this Community, and has most certainly won the admiration of all Veterans of any Generation.



God grant that he once more take the field in in his due place of honor and diginty.



ERNEST W. DELUCA
By: Woody and Rita Franke Jun 3, 2005
Uncle Leroy was my favorite uncle. I have too many fond memories of him to even try to list them here. I enjoyed listening to his stories. He was a person I could look up to and he always had time for me.



Leroy and Wanda made Rita feel welcome in the family the first time she met them and became her favorites, too. Since we lived out of Texas, and often out of the country, we didn't get to spend as much time with him as we would have liked but we always tried to see him when we were visiting in Texas.



We will miss him very much.

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