Leonard Se­gal

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Obituaries -

SE­GAL, Leonard (87), un­ex­pect­edly en­tered into rest on Novem­ber 8, 2018, of Del­ray Beach Florida and formerly of Can­ton and Bourne, Mas­sachusetts. Lov­ing hus­band to the late An­nette (Wean) Se­gal. Son of Al­bert Se­gal and Bessie (Ten­ovsky). De­voted and lov­ing fa­ther of Deb­bie and Jef­frey Se­gal. Lov­ing brother to the late Ge­orge and Anne Se­gal. Lov­ing un­cle to Sh­eryl Se­gal and her hus­band Seth Em­mer and David Se­gal and his wife Wendy. Great un­cle to his nephew Ja­cob. For the last nine and a half years, he was a de­voted and long­time com­pan­ion to Elaine Hecht. Cher­ished friend of Elaine’s chil­dren, Sheri HechtLeonard and her hus­band Jef­frey Leonard and their chil­dren Devin and Caleigh, and Scott and his wife Tracy Hecht and their chil­dren and grand­chil­dren. Also sur­vived by many other lov­ing nieces and neph­ews and great nieces and great neph­ews. Lenny was also blessed with many close and won­der­ful friends from Mas­sachusetts and from his home in Florida. Lenny was a proud vet­eran who formerly served in the Korean War. He served as a ra­dio op­er­a­tor and was sta­tioned in Ger­many. Dur­ing the war he talked about the ad­ven­tures, as a young man, of see­ing many parts of Eu­rope. He along with his brother Ge­orge, for many years, were the own­ers of B & A Bar­gains, which was a whole­sale/re­tail gro­cery store and a sta­ple in the Dorch­ester, Mas­sachusetts com­mu­nity. Lenny loved his fam­ily and many cher­ished friends. He also loved to travel with his wife and his dear friends. He trav­elled many times on ex­tended va­ca­tions to St. Thomas, Marco Is­land, Florida, and Palm Springs, Cal­i­for­nia. Also, for many years he owned a sec­ond home in Bourne, Mas­sachusetts, where he and his wife shared many happy me­mories with friends and fam­ily both at their home and on Old Sil­ver Beach. He also was known to fre­quent the Chart Room many week­ends at King­man Ma­rina. With his wife and friends, he was for­tu­nate enough to take many trips to Por­tu­gal, Is­rael, Ger­many, Mex­ico, South Amer­ica and the Caribbean. In his later years, with his lov­ing com­pan­ion, he was able to take two transat­lantic repo­si­tion­ing cruises, which he loved. He also trav­elled to Italy, Aus­tralia, New Zealand and Rus­sia, to name a few. He also had plans for an­other Caribbean Cruise and a fu­ture trip to Alaska. In spite of los­ing loved ones over the years, Lenny kept a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude. He loved life and was an in­spi­ra­tion to many.

Chapel Ser­vice at Schloss­berg Me­mo­rial Chapel, 824 Wash­ing­ton St., Can­ton, on Mon­day, Novem­ber 12, 2018 at 10 AM. In­ter­ment to fol­low at Sharon Me­mo­rial Park, Sharon, MA. In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions may be made in his name to Honor Flight, Inc., 175 South Tut­tle Rd., Spring­field, OH 45505 or www.HonorF­light. org or the Amer­i­can Heart As­so­ci­a­tion, 300 5th Ave., Suite 6, Waltham, MA 02451-8750 or www.Heart.org.

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