Leonard "Len" Kuzela

Born in Buckingham, IA
Born on Jun 2, 1931
Departed on Sep 5, 2023

He so kindly offered to repaint my cardinal figurine in memory of my mother. I was practically a stranger to him at the time. A man with a giant heart. My condolences to Lisa, brother Larry and nephews

I was fortunate to have worked with Len at both Turner's and Norand. He was truly a nice person and a pleasure to work with. Our careers shifted after Norand and we lost touch. I will always look back on Len with good memories and will remember his professionalism. My condolences to the family. May Len rest in peace.

So sorry Lisa. It always warmed my heart to see you both just hanging out.

Ken was a very pleasant and nice person. We both worked with Ken at Norand. RIP Ken

I'm glad I had the opportunity to meet you. I loved the way you looked at your daughter with such pride. The day we showed you her billboard when she ran for city council was great. The coffee fundraiser was when I got to know you better. You will be missed. Rest in peace my friend.

I’m so glad I met Leonard in October of 2022. He was my mom’s cousin and I connected with him and his daughter Lisa originally thru Ancestry. He was such a sweet and wise man and shared stories and pictures with me about his upbringing, his life, and our extended family. May he rest in peace. My condolences to Lisa and the rest of his family.

Lisa, I am so very sorry for your loss of your father. I am thinking about you and your family and please accept my deepest sympathy.

I knew Len when he started at JTec, and then at Norand. We both bowled for Jtec back in the day. Good times. Kind man, always upbeat.

Larry so sorry for the loss of your father . I’d run into Leonard here and there and we’d talk and talk . Always in a good mood . He was a great uncle, a kind soul .. He’s with Althea now . , that gives some comfort . He will be missed .

You have my heartfelt condolences Lisa. I know you have many wonderful memories of your wonderful father. He had a marvelous career which included service to our country. We all owe him much for the exemplary life he lived. I only know him through you but the love and devotion to him indicates the kind of many is was. His spirit lives on and will one day be reunited with a perfect body thanks to our Savior Jesus Christ. You will see your parents again.

Lisa, I lost both of my parents as a young adult. While it is never easy to lose someone you love, remember that you were with him a good long time, and he with you. Remember him often, and rely on God for your strength.`

Len was a very nice man and a pleasure to care for. My condolences to the family.

Lisa, Larry, as you know, your Dad was a big man with an even bigger heart. They don't "build" them like Althea and Leonard very often and we were all blessed to be in their lives.

Lisa I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much you loved your dad. You can take solace in the fact that you proved that love to him through your time and actions taking care of him. That time you were able to spend with him I can guarantee was a blessing to him, just as it was to you. You were a good daughter who loved her dad and showed it in both word and deed.