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Leo Brennan

Leo Earl Brennan

1947 - 2020
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Obituary

It is with great sadness that the family of Leo Earl Brennan (Flea), 72, of Havre de Grace announces his passing after a long term illness, on Friday, May 22, 2020. Leo will be lovingly remembered by his son, Brian Leo Brennan, daughter in law, Becca Brennan of Alexandria, Virgina and was looking forward to the arrival of their new baby. Leo will be forever remembered by daughter, Lea Ann Jones, her husband, Joseph Jones of Churchville, Maryland, their 4 children, Jacob Conner Brennan, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Jones, Natalie Quinn Jones and Mitchell Cole Jones. Leo will also be fondly remembered by his sister Brenda Brennan-Baker, her husband Joseph Baker and sister Kim Glackin as well as many nieces and nephews. Leo is survived by former wives, Marlise Mason of Arnold, Maryland and Cheryl Cregar of Havre de Grace. Leo leaves behind his mother Florence (Sis) Brennan of Havre de Grace who he absolutely adored.


Leo, a 1965 graduate of Havre de Grace High School, retired cabinet maker, smooth dancer with a joking personality loved to play tricks and keep those close to him laughing. If you knew Leo, you weren't just a friend, you were family. Leo loved spending time with his friends who he cherished to heart. Leo was a generous soul who gave his last of everything to someone who needed it and loved the holidays when family would gather around. He couldn’t wait for weekends to spend the night with his grandchildren. He enjoyed playing cards, fishing, listening to music, watching classic movies, shopping on Amazon, watching football and the news, betting on the horses, and boating.

A memorial honoring and celebrating Leo’s life will be held at a later date. As always, "don't let your meat loaf".

Contributions may be made to the Susquehanna Hose Company, PO Box 58, Havre de Grace, Maryland 21078.
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David Meade

Posted at 07:32pm
Leo was one of my best friends. I worked with Leo for many years at Bines and Crabbe and always enjoyed that time. He was also my best man when I married my wife Lisa. Say hello to her when you get there old friend! Condolences to the whole family, Mom, Brenda, Joe and Lea Ann. Dave Meade
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Leina DeSimone

Posted at 07:10am
I will always remember when he came to Massachusetts to visit . Leo my brother Gregory , my sister Sandra and I went for a walk to the meadow . While walk g around a fish jumped out of the water and bit my brother in the head. That’s the story and we are sticking to it . Love and miss you . Tell Jerry and Gregory I said hello . Rest In Peace my friend .
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