ULLY, Leonard

Posted: January 17th, 2019


It is with great sorrow to announce Leonard Ully, age 85, passed away December 29 at Morgan Heights Resident, Surrey, BC.

He was born April 12, 1933 to the late Leah and Henry Ully and was predeceased by two brothers, two sisters and grandchild Courtney Chell.

He will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Romola, his wife of 63 yrs, daughters Lori Chell (Allan) Brett, Kim Ully (Samantha, Morgan, Kiera, Raquel), TJ Killoran (Frank) Kaleigh, Colton and Shane.

God saw the road was rough

And the hills were hard to climb,

So he closed your weary eyelids

And he whispered

“Peace be Thine”

It broke our hearts to lose you,

But you did not go alone

For parts of us went with you

The day he called you home!

A Celebration of Life will be announced in the Spring.

5 Condolences for “ULLY, Leonard”

  1. Michael Bajnoczi says:

    Sorry to hear of the loss of Leonard my prayers and thoughts are with you all .He was a great man and a mentor to all of us in your lifes.Michael Bajnoczi

  2. Mark Litchfield says:

    I just heard that Leonard passed away. My thoughts are with you and your family. Len gave me my first job (cutting your grass every summer). Rom please know that you, Len and the girls – Lori, Kim and TJ – were such a great influence in my life. Again thinking of you and the girls at this time of saddeness.

  3. Sharon and Bill says:

    Dear Rom and Family,
    We are truly sorry to hear of Len’s passing. We have many fond memories of Len. His sense of humour, his interest in the world, his engaging presence, He also loved being a “rascal” . Even these moments were precious because they reflected the passion with which he approached life. You, Rom, were his Light and his children and grandchildren were always his Pride. He will be sadly missed by us. We are thankful that we were able to share some unique moments with this special man. We pray for your healing, Rom, and for that of your family. God Bless, Sharon and Bill Dyck

  4. Inonge kanona says:

    my heartfelt condolences to Romola and family, I am shocked to learn Len is gone. Am realy hurt by his death. Simonga school children/people here in Zambia benefited greatly from Len’s help, he helped orphans and vulnerable people in simonga village.
    Rom its the worst thing to loose a husband, I also lost my
    husband and things are not easy my dear,only God is the one to strengthen you dear.May his soul rest in eternal peace. I am/we are mourning our Great Hero LEN ULLY.
    I have seen this today. Please conect me to Romola or lori

  5. Inonge kanona says:

    Am sadened by Leonard’s death, simonga school students are shocked by his death, he helped many orphans and needy people in simonga village, am hurt, we will greatly
    miss him,dear Romola, Ifeel for you my dear I know how you feel to loose a dear husband coz i also lost my dear husband. Am your African friend, Inonge- teacher

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