Leonard Haigh

Leonard Haigh

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020
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On December 22, 2020 Leonard Haigh passed away peacefully under the care of hospice. Leonard was born on January 17, 1932 to Elisabeth and Charles Haigh of Medfield. Leonard lived such a full and happy life. He excelled in basketball at Medfield High School, graduated from BU with an Associate degree in business, served in the army during the Korean War, married his beloved wife Beverly on May 10, 1958, and enjoyed his many years working as a communications technician with New England Telephone. He was a man of honor with a strong work ethic. After accepting an early retirement from the phone company, he worked as a lineman until he was 70. Len enjoyed being active as an American Legion member, playing horseshoes, working around his house, and spending time with family. He will be sorely missed. Len is predeceased by his loving son-in-law Harry S. Bodozian, and is survived by his wife Beverly, his children Kim, Mark, and Paul along with Paul’s loving wife Candy. He leaves 7 grandchildren: Harry L. and Angela Bodozian, Chelsea and Corey Haigh, and Nick, Tim, and Luke Haigh. A Celebration of Life will be planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers a donation may be made in Leonard’s memory to Alzheimer's Association at 225 N Michigan Ave. 17th Floor,
Chicago, IL 60601-7652. OR CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW.
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Clark Holland Sr

Posted at 03:23pm
Bevy and the gang....Lenny = The True Gentleman Run silent run deep . It would be so nice t0
be back on Duffy's deck with and adult beverage and solving all the worlds troubles. And enjoying the company
of the wonderful families.
Clark Holland Sr.

Siobhan Flaherty

Posted at 08:56am
We are so sad learning of Lenny’s passing.
We will cherish our memories of our visits and chats.
May God bless all of you in the difficult days ahead.
In deepest sympathy,
Scott, Siobhan and Cassidy Flaherty

Paul Foscaldo

Posted at 01:15pm
I have been told by my father-in-law that when Lenny played basketball at Medfield High School that he set a single game scoring record, I have also been told that it happened on his birthday. I will always remember Lenny as a kind and generous man.

Eric Seager

Posted at 01:07pm
my heart goes out to the haigh family on the loss of a great man

eric seager and family, phoenix, az

Peter Rogers

Posted at 05:44pm
To Bev, Kim, Paul, and Mark so sorry to hear about Lenny. He sure will be missed. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

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