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Stock webLeonard Stock Sr. of Ogilvie, died at his home on Sunday, September 12, 2010. He was 61 years old.

A TIME OF GATHERING for the public will be held on Friday, September 17, 2010 at the Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home from 4 PM until 7 PM.

Leonard Arthur Stock, Sr. born on November 11, 1948 to William Morrill and Viola Stock in Minneapolis, MN. Due to illness of his parents, he was adopted by his grandparents, Louis and Emma Stock in 1967. He graduated from high school in Birchwood, WI in 1967. Then he attended Elkins Institute for TV and Radio Repair. He worked at Honeywell where he met Sandra Mains. They married on January 3rd, 1970 in Watertown, SD. They lived in Minneapolis for years before moving to Rush City, where they lived for 25 years and raised their three children. In 2004 they sold their house and moved to Ogilvie to be closer to their grandchildren and other family. Leonard worked in Rush City as an electronics technician at LA Calhene Inc. for twenty five years before having to retire due to health problems.

Leonard loved collecting Nascar things, fishing, hunting, smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend to all.

He is preceded in death by his parents and adopted parents; brothers William Morrill Jr., Edward Morrill; and sister Kathleen Morrill.

He is survived by his wife of forty years Sandra of Ogilvie; daughters Rosemary (Tom) Smith of Ogilvie, Lori (Kris) of Aitkin; son Leonard Stock Jr. of Ogilvie; grandchildren Casey & Cody Smith of Ogilvie, Cassandra, Shelly, Nataly and Mallory of Aitkin; brother Ken (Nancy) Morrill of Crystal, and sister Madeline (Charles) Witter of Rice Lake, WI.

A Gathering of Friends and Family was held on Friday, September 17th at Akkerman Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora.

3 thoughts on “LEONARD ARTHUR STOCK SR.”

  1. Your life was to short. We all wish we had more time to do more or to say more. But even that wouldn’t be enough because in the end you would still be gone from us. I know I didn’t say it out loud enough. Because I know you knew. But I will always love you and you will be there in my heart and in my mind.

  2. Sandy & Family,

    I just spoke with Warren Mattson and he told me of Lenny’s passing. Please know that Lenny was one of the special people and that I will always remember him fondly. My condolences to you and your’ family.

    Take care & God bless,

    Dale Pierce

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