Leslie
Leslie Daniel Howard was born November 1, 1955 to Mona Ninfa Alcoer Howard and Leslie Howard, Sr. Lesslie was reared in Los Angeles, California. He attended Alta Lorma Elementray School, Mount Vernon Jr. High School and Los Angeles High School, from which he graduated in 1973. Leslie enjoyed pursuing educational opportuities by taking classes at Rio Hondo College, San Monica College and UCLA. After graduating from high school, Leslie moved to Billings Montana where he married and started a family. He had two sons: Farrah Nicholas Howard and Brando Dominic Howard. He eventually returned to Los Angeles and later had a third son Hunter Patrick Howard. Leslie had a variet of interest which included utilizing his beautiful deep voice to record text books on tape for the blind. He also vounteered for KCRW radio station fundraisers for which he raised the most funds out of all the volunteers. Leslie bellieved in helping his neighhbor. Adie hard Dodger fan from an early age, Leslie loved to attened the games with his Aunt Rachel. He drove his sister Loretta crazy by mimicking Vic Scully calling the plays while blasting the baseball games on the radio. Leslie also read the newspaper daily and enjoyed discussing and debating political issues. Leslie was a soul food connoisseur and knew every soul food restaturant in Los Angeles and surrouding areas. Thanksgiving was his favorite hoilday, he ofen woke up early to prepare Thankgiving dinner for family and friends. Leslie was a devoted father, son, and brother. He will be dearly missed by his mother Mona Howard ; sister Loretta Roth: sons Farrah, Brandon and Hunter: nieces Gina, Melissa and Farah: nephew Jeremy; grandson Terrin: his loving companion Anna:; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Leslie was precedded in death by his father Leslie Howard Sr.

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  1. Anna, I am so sorry for you loss. I can feel your pain. I am praying for you, Daniel’s children and his family. May God comfort you at this sad time. God Bless.

  2. I have no idea of how it would feel to lose the love of your life. I know that you are a strong woman and as the days and months go by your heart and soul will heal. I love you and will always be here for you.

  3. I am a friend of Anna’s and while I never met Leslie in person, I have spoken to him many times on the telephone. Leslie was always generous with his advice, patience and insight. He helped me with a very complex legal issue involving property located out of state. His advice was point-on. Because he loved my friend, Anna, he was always willing to help her friends. I will miss his kind voice and his loving concern for others. My heart and prayers go out to Anna, his family and friends. Rhonda Smith

  4. Dear Family of Leslie I knew Leslie in Billings Montana. I met him while I was going to college and working for Mountain Bell and he was working for the local TV station. We become friends and would often run into each other while picking up or delivering packages at the local bus depot. He was kind , thoughtful , interesting and smart. I still recall how much he loved his mother and would talk so sweetly about her. I know there were ‘supposed issues’ while he was in Montana, but I can only tell you that he always treated me respectfully and with the utmost regard. I was trying to find him to get in touch and sadly found this notification of his death. I am so sorry for your family’s loss and I hope that memories of his life bring you peace. Sincerely Judy Rose

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