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Clarence Milford Leash

December 10, 1940 - August 28, 2020


Clarence Milford LeashClarence Milford Leash, a very kind gentle Man.  A loving husband, Wonderful father, fun, loving brother and son.  His smile was very genuine, as was he and all who knew him loved him.  Clarence was a simple man that led a simple life and loved the work he did almost as much as he loved Vegas and his scratch offs. He was forever cleaning either his car or his house and therefore earning the title of “Mr. Clean” by his siblings. He was the oldest of eight children born in York, Pennsylvania December 10, 1940. Passing on August 28, 2020.

He is survived by his three remaining sisters Diane Allison, Janice Finnegan, Marjorie Rickrode, two daughters Lisa Hill and Suzanne Washington, stepdaughter Alicia Logier and stepson Micheal Logier, nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren several nieces nephews and cousins and  his loving friend and companion Joanne Harding.

We will never forget how you used to always say “oh nuts” when you were frustrated or at the funniest times you would put your finger in the air and your eyes go wide and would say “and I have spoken!”.  Dad  we all love you and will always carry you lovingly in our hearts and  will miss you deeply, but we know you have that beautiful smile on your face as you are now back with your wonderfully loving wife Miss Donna.

God bless till we see you again.

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Today we remember Clarence. He was more than a friend to our family, he WAS part of OUR family in every sense of the word! He was there for so many of our milestones,marriages,births,graduations and losses always with a smile, kind words of encouragement and love. He is very much missed