Stewart Swain enjoyed watersports, boating, downhill and cross country skiing and other outdoor activities.
Larry Kehne enjoyed spending time with family, gardening, the outdoors, fishing with his son, Mark. He enjoyed dancing and listening to old country music and bluegrass.
Michael Connery grew up in Minnesota and moved to Leesburg.
Inman McElvy spent his days doing crossword puzzles, riding his bike, and listening to his favorite Big Band records.
Leon Pratt was employed by WalMart for 25 years, working as a butcher/meat cutter.
Ron Waisley enjoyed garage sales, tinkering with small engines, woodworking and spoiling his grandchildren.
George McCormick enjoyed playing softball, golf, taking his dog, Sansa, to the dog park and was an enthusiastic volunteer for the Humane Society of Lake County.
Anthony Malone moved to Leesburg in 2005 from West Milford, New Jersey.
Ben Moseley was a community leader who injected downtown with the lively atmosphere you can find at SIP. His keen sense of how to throw a good party translated into the wine bar and jazz club through local musicians, good food and great wine all things he loved!
Bob Wright was a Mason for over 30 years. He was also active with several social organizations and sports leagues at the Legacy of Leesburg.