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November 2, 1953 ~ January 29, 2024 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Leckawicz, Bernard, 70, of North Massapequa passed away January 29, 2024. Beloved husband of 40 years to Carol. Loving father of Christopher (Victoria) and Stacy Chin (Christopher). Adored grandfather of Natalie. Bernard was a family man, enjoying all the little moments spent with them. He was a dedicated father who never missed anything his children participated in, coaching them in sports, bringing them to practices and being their biggest fan at every game. Although he loved being a father, a light was lit in Bernard when his granddaughter was born. Natalie was the light of his life and the two were two peas in a pod. Although Bernard enjoyed going gambling with Carol to Mohegan Sun and Atlantic City and going to dinner with friends and family, he was a homebody and cherished their Chicago Wednesdays and TV/movie nights just as much. Many memories were made on their annual family trip to Lake George, whether it was hanging out by the lake, mini golfing or just being together. Bernard was funny, sarcastic and an extremely hard worker. He was a big sports guy and loved watching his favorite teams the Islanders, Jets, Yankees and Celtics. Bernard also enjoyed listening to classic rock music, especially The Rolling Stones, Sting and Springsteen. Overall, Bernard was an amazing man inside and out and he will forever be missed. A Memorial Mass will be held Monday, February 5th, 10:45 am at Our Lady of Lourdes RC Church. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Bernard’s memory to the Lust Garden Foundation; lustgarten.org.