Thoughts & Well Wishes

Laura Krieger | Dec 11, 2018
Melinda Jean, Cheryl, Melisa, Brandon - and family,

I'm so sorry for your loss, and that you're going through this.

I first met Les (a/k/a "Mr. Ibach") a solid forty years ago, when Lindy and I were in 4th grade.  I remember how serious he seemed at the time (and intimidating, he was an accountant, for goodness sake)!  Fast forward thirty-something years, when I probably hadn't seen him since Lindy's wedding - at Megan's graduation party at the park near Lindy's house.  Les was so warm and engaging and easy to talk to after all that time.  I remember having such a good time catching up on life with him (and Cheryl) after so much time.  His love for his family was obvious that day as I'm sure it has been on thousands of others.  My heart is with each of you.
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Judith Murlasits | Dec 9, 2018
Cheryl, and family,  my heart is full of sorrow for loss of Les, for all of you.  He was such a wonderful person, always a smile and "Hi, Judy.  How are you?"  Spent some time on the Board with him, and he was always full of support, and such a wise/ intelligent person.  Les will be missed by many here at Pilgrim Glen, for sure!  Cheryl,  you know were we all are---call any hour of day or nite, if need be.  Les is with the Lord, and smiling down on you and giving you hugs of love!  God bless you all!
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Amy Willson | Dec 8, 2018
We are heartbroken. Uncle Les was one of the good ones. I always appreciated how supportive he was of me when I was studying for the CPA exam many years ago. We accountants support each other. Mark always enjoyed talking “insurance business stuff “ with Uncle Les at family gatherings. Not many others were interested in their discussions. Our prayers are with you all.

Much love from,

Mark, Amy, Emily, Andrew and Carrie
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