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Drew A Leedy

February 20, 1989 - November 5, 2019

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Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 19, 2020

I worked with Drew for a time, quickly bonded over PC games, video cards, and discussing the current meta for whatever game we were playing at the time. A kind soul, wonderful energy, and instantly likable. Much love to whomever reads this!

Posted by:
Paula

Posted on:
January 11, 2020

I met Drew through my son, Scott. They had a mutual love for playing paintball. Neither being old enough to drive, I had the pleasure of being chauffeur to some great times with a van full of stinky, muddy, funny boys. Drew was especially kind and friendly. It was a joy to witness him perform the marriage ceremony for his sister. Nothing can take away these special memories.

Posted by:
Bella Brunton

Posted on:
January 9, 2020

I will always love you... to the moon and back! You are my best friend, my partner in crime. And I will carry you in my heart until I can see you again. My Drewski...

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
December 16, 2019

Drew you were always such a fun loving person to be around. Every time I listen to Mac Dre I’ll think of you man. Rest easy my friend.

Posted by:
Marina Westendorf

Posted on:
December 15, 2019

Hey Drew. I miss you lots. There are so many great memories from the time we spent together, it's hard to put them all in words. But I will always remember, the 21st birthday party you threw for me, the times we made dinners together in the kitchen, you teaching me about football so I wasn't so clueless at the Sloop, going to the park nearly every day during the summer just to hang out, feeding the ducks oats right out of our hands, going to California with you and your family and seeing so many new things, listening to you rap, watching you play video games. Every little thing reminds me of you now. I wish I had made the trip up to visit after I had my baby, I know you were really stoked to meet her. This feels so unfair to have lost the person that only wanted to bring everyone together for endless fun and good times. I want to thank you for sharing your time and love with me, and for teaching me how to live to the fullest. Rest in power, my friend. Keep shining your light.

Posted by:
auntie bev

Posted on:
December 9, 2019

I miss you . I miss the way you would walk in the house and say " hi Auntie!" and get the dogs all riled up and make yourself at home. I miss the silly family dinners we had together. I miss seeing you working with your Dad in the river . I miss seeing you talking with your Mom about this and that and how you would sometimes drive her crazy, but mostly how you two just loved each other so much. I miss your tender heart and your ability to say "Yes" to life with unbridled enthusiasm. You were my beloved nephew Drew, the perfect compliment to your sweet sister, the loving boy and then man who left us way too soon. I trust you are now held in pure light and love and that your soul is at peace. I love you.