Leonard George Wells

April 7, 1964 ~ January 7, 2021

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Jan. 23, 2021
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949 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah
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  • Leonard George Wells, 56, passed away suddenly in the early hours of Thursday, January 7, 2021. Born April 7, 1964 a son to Clarence Clayton and Alice May Norton Wells in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Leonard married Esther Koch in November of 1988. Together they were able to raise an incredible family which would bring him so much joy and happiness. Leonard absolutely loved being a father and grandfather!

    Leonard had many hobbies and interests. He loved spending time in the mountains and Moab, enjoying all they had to offer. Having a love of the outdoors, he found many opportunities to travel, hike and take many road trips throughout the years. He loved planning different activities for his family, which expanded when he was asked to serve with the young adults on the activity planning committee.

    Leonard is survived by his loving wife, Esther, daughter Kiera Marie Wells Dyer and his grandson, Zander James Dyer. He is preceded in passing by his son Alex, parents, brothers John and Clayton and father-in-law, Siegfried and longtime friend Melvin Frost.

    Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 23, 2021 at the Crescent 3rd Ward, 949 East 10600 South beginning at Noon. A public visitation will be held prior to services at the ward beginning at 10AM. Due to COVID restrictions, attendance to the funeral services will be limited. The family would like to invite all those who will not be able to attend in person, to participate virtually as the services will be streamed. Interment to follow at Larkin Sunset Gardens in Sandy, Utah.

    A link for the streamed funeral services will be posted prior to the funeral services.



    Guestbook/Condolences

    Lenny worked with us for 27 years. He was such a good and smart person. There was only one Lenny in the world. Glad we had him in our life. Dave and Liz

    - Dave and Liz Fox
    Ester and Kara I’m thinking of you praying for you and feeling your loss. It was a privilege to know Leonard. His smile his laugh and ability to make everyone else smile and laugh with him was a gift: Grief has so many twists and turns but I like to think heaven is the way we’re remembered. And Leonard is very well remembered.

    - Julie Fox
    We are very sorry for your loss. Leonard was a good friend and great coworker. He made work fun and taught me (Jeremy) a lot. He will truly be missed! Our thoughts are with you and your family at this time.

    - Jeremy & Julie Livsey
    We are so very sorry for your loss. Such shocking news. We love you & are praying for your family. ❤ Mike & MaryAnn Carter

    - MaryAnn Carter
    I am so sorry for your loss, prayers to your family. I haven't see Leonard in years but still have fond memories from High School.

    - Roy Yuill