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Leroy Leintz

Leroy Leintz, age 48, of Huron, died Saturday, May 10, 2008, at the Huron Regional Medical Center.  His memorial service was 2 PM Monday, May 12th at the Kuhler Funeral Home with the Rev. George Parmeter officiating. 

Leroy John Leintz was born February 21, 1960, to Max and Rose (Hauck) Leintz at Richardton, North Dakota.  He attended Richardton Public Schools until 1977.  In 1991, Leroy earned his GED.  He obtained his Journeyman’s Electrician’s License in 2001.

He worked at Royal Oak for thirteen years until the plant closed.  Leroy then worked for Mike’s Electric at Bismarck, North Dakota, and then the Crossroads Hotel and Convention Center until the time of his death.  Leroy was also a past volunteer at Our Home, Inc.

On February 2, 2002, Leroy married his soul mate, Rita (Lampl) Cahow at Huron at 2:02 PM.

He liked to spend time with his family and pets, listening to music, reading, fishing and exploring nature.  Leroy had such a quick wit and was always ready to lend a hand.  He will be greatly missed by those who truly knew and loved him.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Raymond; one niece, Roxanne Mayer; one nephew, John Patrick McCarty; grandparents, Balzer and Amelia Hauck and Thomas and Angeline Leintz; and several aunts and uncles.

Leroy is survived by his loving wife, Rita; three sons, Jarvis of Bismarck, North Dakota, Nathan of Moorhead, Minnesota and Christopher of Huron; four daughters, Sonya and Cody both of Bismarck, North Dakota and Amanda and LaShia both of Huron; one granddaughter, Lilli Leintz of Bismarck, North Dakota; two brothers, Jim (Karen) Leintz of Gladstone, North Dakota and Roger Leintz of Zahl, North Dakota; two sisters, Janice (Jack) Berger of Hebron, North Dakota and Linda Mayer of Dickinson, North Dakota; father-in-law and mother-in-law, John and Venita Lampl of Dickinson, North Dakota; two sisters-in-law, Tina (Don) Plew of Bigfork, Montana and Kim Martin of Luverne, North Dakota; three brothers-in-law, John (Brandi) Lampl of Marrow, Georgia, Jacob (Roberta) Lampl of Ada, Oklahoma and Karl (Crystal) Lampl of Dickinson, North Dakota; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

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