By McMahon Funeral Home
John “Jack” LeRoy, 48, Luxemburg, died unexpectedly Monday morning, April 3, 2017 at his home due to complications of diabetes. He was born June 4th, 1968 in Luxemburg to Glenn B. and Bonita M. (Reince) LeRoy. Jack graduated from Luxemburg-Casco High School, class of 1986, and went on to receive his accounting degree from NWTC in Green Bay. Jack is survived by his four children, Andy, Cerra, Trevor, and Jacob who were the light of his life. Jack is further survived by his parents Glenn and Bonnie. His brother Jeff and sister in law Tina and their children Amanda and Brian Olson and their two children Carson and Jack; Alex LeRoy and Jessica Peterson and their children, Ella, Zander, and Sawyer; Ashley LeRoy and Tylor Kroll; Adam LeRoy and Erica Sampo, and Austin. Brother Allen and sister-in-law Karen and their children, Dom LeRoy and Paige Deeter, and Warrick LeRoy and Paige Rowe. Sister Barb and fiancé Brian Boulanger and her children Zach and Brianna Gaedtke. Sister Vicky and fiancé Nick Slaght and her children Brittney and Logan Toneys, and Cassandra. Further survived by his Aunts and Uncles Jerome and Becky Reince, Myron and Godmother Becky Massart, Neal and Lori Reince, Ray and Gloria Ciha, Gary and Julie LeRoy, Danny and Linda Philips, and Bernie and Sue LeRoy and many cousins.
Jack is preceded in death by his grandparents Bernard and Loretta LeRoy, Earl and Jane Reince. Godfather Tom Jeanquart and Aunt Diane Jeanquart. Infant uncle Joseph Reince, and the mother of his children Kris Rentmeester LeRoy.
Jack loved to spend time with his family and until his passing he always helped his parents on the farm. Jack also enjoyed watching the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers along with being an avid NASCAR fan. Jack enjoyed working and his career included the Bank of Luxemburg & Bellevue, Title Trends, Bay Title Abstract, BP gas station in Luxemburg and most recently to present at NEW Plastics. Jack was also a former member of the Chamber of Commerce and enjoyed being around other people. He always enjoyed teasing his nieces and nephews and was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need. Jack’s welcoming smile will be remembered and sadly missed by everyone.
Friends may call at MCMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, April 7, 2017 from 3:30 to 7:30pm.
As per requested, no flowers, please.
Funeral service to follow at 7:30pm with Deacon Robert Miller.