Died: Sat., Sep. 12, 2020

Interment following funeral service

Fri., Sep. 25, 2020
Location: Washington Park North Cemetery


9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Fri., Sep. 25, 2020
Location: Hope Worship Center COGIC

Celebration of Life

11:00 AM Fri., Sep. 25, 2020
Location: Hope Worship Center COGIC

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His Life Story


                  Leon Michel Nowlin was born on January 5, 1962 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was the eldest of five children born to Willie Nowlin, Jr. and Sarah Nowlin. He was a bundle of joy for the family and lived a year of his life with his Great Aunts, Rosena and Annie in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.  The family moved to Chicago when Leon was 1 ½. His father said he loved cars as a child because of the love of his car seat with a beep horn and steering wheel like the drivers. The love of cars would be with him the rest of his life. The family moved from Chicago to Washington D.C. at the age of five. He attended Orange Road Elementary School in Oxon Hill, Maryland until the family moved to Charleston, S.C.  Leon lived there five years and attended Stohl Junior High where he was an All-star football player.  He developed a love for music and his dad bought him a trombone.  He played the trombone for one month then forsook it for football. The family moved to Goldsboro in 1976 and he attended Goldsboro High School, joined the marching band, glee club and football team. Leon received his first car in the 11th grade. His first job was at the bus station and he worked untiringly and professionally. He learned to fix bikes and cars by disassembling them and putting them back together. This process caused much grief to his sister Brenda. He graduated with honors from Goldsboro High School in 1980 and he was loved by all.

             Leon received a Co-op Scholarship from the Minority Engineering Program to attend North Carolina A & T State University in Greensboro, N.C.  He majored in Mechanical Engineering. Leon worked at the Naval Base in Lakehurst, New Jersey where he grew professionally. Leon was a proud Aggie while studying at N.C. A&T and he loved to play trombone in the marching band. He was called the “Rev” because he was the chaplain of the band and he prayed before every game and every practice. It was in the walk path of the music department and the bookstore that he first laid eyes on his future spouse and in the Christian Fellowship Hall that Leon and Vickie Williams met. He smiled and spoke to her as if he had known her all of her life. They would see one another many times on that path which led to Leon walking Vickie to her dorm, her classes and eventually teaching her how to play the “F” horn so she could be in the band with him. On Christmas of 1983 he nervously asked for her hand in marriage and proposed to the love of his life.  They were united in matrimony on August 18, 1984. The couple moved to Indianapolis, Indiana on May 5, 1985, and there they raised four beautiful children, Leon, Jr., Lauren, Lindsey and Lance.  He was extremely proud of the children and their many accomplishments throughout their childhood and adult years. We are grateful he was able to see them become mature, professional young adults that love the Lord.

            Leon was a dedicated and devoted worker in engineering. He worked at Allison Transmission for twenty-three years. During that time, he worked with the Minority Engineering Advancement Program (MEAP) at IUPUI and as a professional member of the Minority Engineering Program of Indianapolis. Following this, Leon was employed by Navistar for ten years. He loved his work because there was always a new engineering test to run, a new crisis to solve, or debriefing to be had. He had great respect for and spoke fondly of his colleagues.

Leon Nowlin was a wonderful servant of God. He read his bible everyday faithfully and he never ceased praying for those in need. He was always positive and lived what he believed. He treated everyone like he wanted to be treated and respected old and young alike. Leon worked untiringly at the church every week. As the president of the Deacon board, he was often the first person there and the last one to leave. He was the deacon that the pastor and saints could truly depend on for assistance and encouragement. He felt it was his personal responsibility to keep the House of God clean and prepared for service. At HOPE Worship Center, Leon enjoyed singing in the choir, participating in the Easter program, helping to organize church fellowships and greeting the people of God as if they were the most important people in the world.

            Leon Nowlin loved to worship as all the people at HOPE knew. Sunday service was not the same if you did not hear him yell, as if he were at a Colts’ game: “Oh Glory”, “Yeah Lord” or “Preach Pastor” several times during the service. The children loved to watch him praise God and often imitated him during service to the delight of all, especially Deacon Nowlin.

         During the pandemic, Leon reminded the family that this was a different time in our nation and history, so it is important now than ever before to love more, forgive daily, and let bygones be bygones because the Lord is soon to come.  While he did not trust a lot of the changes going on in politics, he never waivered in Romans 8:28 “All things work together for the good of those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”  Leon modeled Proverbs 18:24 which says “A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly” and he did that with everyone he met at work, in the community and at church.  Leon loved being saved at a young age, but he renewed his commitment to Christ to be a servant once he became a husband and father. He enjoyed witnessing for Christ in the community. He ministered to all and looked for opportunities to help those less fortunate. He volunteered his services and many times others’ service too, so you could not say no.  Leon loved fellowshipping with the people of God at 28th Street COGIC, churches in Charity District, Pastor Mafolasire and Dupree Memorial COGIC. His presence will be missed in the community, on his job and most importantly by his entire church family. Leon has gone on to be with the Lord but we pray that his legacy of Servant Leadership will serve as a shining example for those who desire to see him again one day in the arms of the Lord.

            Leon was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, William “Manzi” Deas and Catherine Deas; paternal grandparents, Willie Nowlin Sr. and Fannie Nowlin; uncle, William Earl “Darby” Deas; great-aunts, Rosena Powell, Vivian Thomas, Annie Matthews, and Betty Ann Nowlin Smoot;  and great uncle, Herman Kirby. 

            Leon leaves to cherish his loving wife, Vickie Nowlin; four children, Leon, Jr., Lauren, Lindsey, and Lance Nowlin; parents Willie Nowlin, Jr. and Sarah Deas Nowlin; aunt, Ivey Staley; four siblings Brenda Nowlin Aikens (Zeke), Andre and Kervin Nowlin, and Sharon Nowlin Harvey (Keith); niece, Brittany Mack; nephew, Ethan Nowlin; great-niece, Alana O’Connor, great-nephew, Christian O’Connor; godsons, John Asava and Shawn Cowherd; a host of cousins, Williams Siblings, relatives and friends, and his HOPE  Worship Center COGIC family.


Humbly Submitted…………………….The Family



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Arif Mirza / Warda Ahmad
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
Vickie - Leon was more than friend to me, his loss will resonate deeply. He was a gentle soul and purpose driven. He treated his fellow men with kindness and a warm smile. I knew him for past 12 years as we started together at Navistar in Fort Wayne and moved to Lisle about the same time. During this time I got to know Leon, and i knew from early on that he was someone I will know for a long time. I can say that I loved your Husband for the beautiful soul that he was; He lived the creed of how person should treat one another. He will remain in my memory forever.

Rob Mullas
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
My deepest condolences. I can't begin how to explain how empty I feel. Leon was always the light. Whenever you were down there was Leon smile and good nature to life you up. I will deeply miss him and the world has lost and amazing person. Thank you for sharing one of the GREATEST people I have ever met with us.

Andrew Merrick
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
Vickie - I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Leon's passing. He was a dear friend. I worked with Leon on the transmission team at Navistar and he was the kindest and gentlest soul I have known. He treated everyone he came into contact with, with respect and genuinely made you feel heard, cared for and significant. He really brought our team together, suggesting and pushing for get togethers outside of work to really bond. He has dined at my table and I had the joy of worshiping with him at my church a couple of Wednesdays when he was here. I truly loved Leon, and he brought a smile to my face every time I saw him. While I left Navistar 4 years ago, Leon made it a point to keep in touch and invite me to the team get togethers. His was a life spent serving the King of Kings and impacting his fellow man in only positive ways. I look forward to that day when I will see him again and we can all worship together. Peace be with you and your family.

John Pens
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
So sorry to hear of Leon's passing. He was one of my most cherished friends and someone I will emulate and miss dearly. His attitude towards others, his hard work and his smile were all very infectious. It was Leon that always took time for me (when he didn't have to) and I'll always be grateful to have known him. He was a guiding light for all of us and I will not forget him.

Janet Chavez
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
Leon was the most kind, lovely and humble person I have ever met in my life. He was the kind of people that you know and you can't believe they can be happy all the time, always with a positive attitude... that was my friend Leon.

I met him about 10 years ago in Fort Wayne when I started to work at Navistar. Without knowing me, he adopted me and guide me. Since the first time we started to work together he made me feel part of the team. Arif, Leon and I created our small team inside this great company. We were the 3 musketeers.

I don't know how it happened, but he started to have affection by me. It was so fast but you and your family knows him... Leon was that kind of person too. Besides to enjoy being working together, we made a strong friendship. He was more than a friend for me, he was part of my family. He was there in the best and the worse moments in my life.

I can't believe I will not hear his voice anymore. He used to call me Jan-Ice. I don't know where it came from but it was very funny.

The days are passing by and it will be hard continue without him. He made us feel great all the time. He touched my heart, and he will be there the rest of my life.

The last words he told me last Friday were "Take care Janet. Take care of Isaac and say hello to Victor. You are my buddy. You will always be. You know it. Enjoy your holiday and talk to you on Tuesday. Don't forget to call me. Ba bye"

I'll always remember his smile and his voice.

Vickie and family,
I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you. I wish to be there to be with you and say good bye. September 25th is my birthday and I will celebrate his life from Mexico. Thank you for sharing this excellent human being with our team. He will be unforgetable.

Carlos Ramirez
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
I'm in complete shock! Leon and I were just talking, working on a project together days ago and I just heard this terrible news. DEFINITELY one of the nicest, coolest guys I met here. Definitely at a loss for words here but my sincerest condolences to his family. You are all in my prayers! Rest in peace Leon, we will miss you!

Becky Siuzdak
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. Leon was one of the nicest, friendliest people on the Navistar Campus. I never saw him without his award winning smile......He will be missed.

John Blanton
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
I am just reeling from the news of Leon's passing. Although I work at Navistar, I didn't work closely with Leon so I didn't know him well. But you didn't have to know Leon very well to know that he lived his life by the golden rule. Praying for comfort to everyone touched by Leon.

Joyce Bolton - Navistar
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
My Deepest condolences to the family. Leon was one of the kindest, nicest and extremely helpful person I have worked with at Navistar. No one can take his place, he will truly be missed. God Bless You All.

Bob Cox
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
I am so sorry and shocked to hear that Leon is gone, a great guy and a great engineer. Did not run into Leon often, but whenever I did or got a call from him I counted that as being a great day, always brought a smile to me.

Again, I am so sorry, the world has become a bit dimmer now without him.

Kelly Sneary
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Leon was great to work with Navistar. He attended a training class that I was teaching for Navistar's BOM software. That was probably a decade ago & in recent years I have worked with him on jobs he submitted. Throughout the years; he was always kind and pleasant. He always had a smile and a kind word. I am sure your hearts are broken. I am sorry for your loss.

Anne Woenker
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Leon has been a go-to colleague who always tried to find a way to help out no matter how busy he was. More importantly, Leon became a trusted friend over the 12 years since I met him in Fort Wayne. It was always a pleasure to see him in the office and great fun to have him join us for dinner on a few occasions when he was in Lisle. Deepest sympathy to Vickie and the family of whom he spoke fondly and proudly.

Billy Morton
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Sending my most sincere condolences in your time of bereavement. Leon will be missed for not only being a kind and positive soul, but the person you looked forward to seeing and being greeted by that warm smile he had.

Another angel has gained their wings, but he will be missed.

Colin Casey
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
I am sorry for your loss.
I worked with Leon at Navistar, and Leon was a positive light there.
Leon is someone I enjoyed working with and looked forward to seeing.
I cannot remember a time he was not calm, smiling, and chuckling/laughing. He has left us too early.

Shawn Alexander
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
I’m so sorry to hear of Leon’s passing. Leon was a true friend to everyone he met and always brought a smile to their face. I have had so many conversations with Leon throughout the years and he will be missed.

Hank Schillmoeller
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
I am very saddened to hear about your tragic loss. Leon was one of the best people I have ever known. He was always there to help with an issue or to educate you with his vast knowledge.

We have truly lost a great leader and person. God Bless Leon and the Nowlin family in these difficult times.

Liz Zid
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Sending you my deepest condolences on Leon's passing. He was a valued colleague at Navistar for the work he did and the person he was. I was shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” This was Leon; he made a difference to all he met including me.

Lavisha Edwards
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020

Jamie Koutnik
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
My sincerest condolences to the family, praying that you will receive comfort during this time as only our Heavenly Father can provide.

Leon was a mighty man of God and whenever you were in his presence you could just feel the calm spirit that he had. He always greeted you with his award winning smile and his gentle presence. He truly was a genuine person and was always sharing the word of God and encouragement with everyone. I will truly miss our early morning chats, he was truly a great man.

Jennifer Lee
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020

Peace Lily was sent by International Community of African Americans at Navistar .

Dear Nowlin Family, Leon was a kind and loving person and he will be missed at Navistar. May you find peace during this time of bereavement. Sincerely, International Community of African Americans at Navistar (ICAAN)

Bob Linker
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Sharing the sentiments of many others.. I'm in complete SHOCK! Leon and I first met in Ft Wayne. I just heard this terrible news. DEFINITELY one of the nicest, sincerest guys I've ever met. Not a mean bone in his body.. Definitely at a loss for words here but my sincerest condolences to his family. You are all in my prayers! GOD BLESS all of the Family and Friends who cherish his memory! Rest in peace Leon, You will Definitely be missed!

Chris Wright
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Leon will be sorely missed at Navistar. He was a highly respected engineer to be sure but more importantly he was just a great guy to be around. I’m fortunate to have been friends with him for many years, back to the days in Fort Wayne, and will miss that smile he always seemed to have and his personal brand of tireless optimism. Leon was also a mentor to the younger generation and really enjoyed helping others learn and grow. It’s hard to imagine coming back into the office without him being there. We’ll miss him terribly and I’m so sorry for your loss.

Jonathan Wagman
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
To Leon's Family, Leon was one of those rare people who could brighten a persons day with a smile and a laugh. It was a true privilege to have known and to have been influenced by him. Please accept my deepest sympathies in his passing.

Dennis Hernandez
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
Leon was one of the nicest and friendliest people I've ever encountered. His positive attitude and laughter were always a welcome reprieve when discussions got too serious. Working with Leon was always a pleasure, and I will miss speaking with him and hearing his good nature.

Steve Sawyer
   Posted Wed September 16, 2020
My heartfelt condolences. It was so sad to hear of Leon’s passing. I met Leon at our Navistar Lisle location some years ago on a lunch break with John Pens and Arif Mirza. Leon was one of those people who immediately made you feel comfortable like you were an old friend. He always left you feeling upbeat after the time spent with him. I enjoyed the bantering between him, John and Arif. He was the person we all hope to be. I will miss his warm greetings. May God bless you and his family.

   Posted Thu September 17, 2020
Vickie – I’m Vinay, currently situated in India. I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Leon's passing. I had telephonic conversation on Friday, Sep-11-2020 with him and we are going to speak again on Monday, but that never happened. Instead of his wishes I got the sad news.
Leon was a good friend, colleague, and more over my mentor. his loss will resonate deeply. I knew him for past 6 years as I started working with him as a part of Transmission Team at Lisle in Navistar. During this time I got to know Leon, he was the most kind, lovely and humble person I have ever met in my life. It’s difficult to say when & how he became the family friend and more than just colleague over the past 6-7 years. Everyone has some memories / moments / person in their life which they want cherish all the time & Leon had that place in my heart. I’m definitely going to miss his warm greetings and smile for rest of my life. Recently I lost my loving father in India, but loss of Leon is more wholehearted. For me he was a larger-than-life person.

May our Lord comfort you and your loved ones. I know that what you are going through right now is very difficult. I am truly sorry for your loss. I would like to offer you and your family our deepest and most sincere condolences and may the soul of Leon rest in peace.

Madelyn Hutton
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020
Leon used to be my adjacent Cube neighbor at Navistar when our teams sat next to each other back in Building 9, Floor 2. While I never actually had the opportunity to work directly with Leon on projects, he always made a point to address me by my name, say Hello to me, and make me smile or laugh if he ever saw I was stressed. There are few, if any, other folks at Navistar who have made me feel as warm and as welcomed as Leon - he will truly be missed. My fondest condolences to the family and friends of Leon.

James Burke
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020

White Rose and Calla Fireside Basket was sent by Navistar Transmission Team.

Our deepest sympathies to you and your family, from the Navistar Transmission Team

David Crowe
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020

Grand Pedestal Basket was sent by Eaton.

With our deepest sympathy, Leon's loss will be long felt by the entire Eaton team. He was a joy to work with, and always came with a positive mentality to every challenge we faced together. He will be missed. -Eaton Account/Engineering/Quality Teams

Chad Watermolen
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020
Working with Leon has made a big difference in my Life. I learned so much from him. I worked with him in the Transmission group and kept in touch after I left the group. It always brightened my day when I bumped into him at work and had quick conversation.

Otis Bailey
   Posted Thu September 17, 2020
Very sorry to hear of Leon's passing. I met him through work at Allison and found him to be a very personable and intelligent person. He will surely be missed. May your great memories give you peace during this difficult time.

Llaurel Gardner
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Offering my condolences to Leon's family during this time. I know that God will help the family through this hard time. Leon was a one of a kind great person. I know God was at the center of his life. I worked with Leon for about 10 years at Allison Transmission. He was like an older brother that you could laugh with and give you advice. I will really miss him. I am sure he is resting in a better place.

Jerry & Mazie Marlin
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Vickie and Family, we were deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Although we have not seen each other in years, we still have so many fond memories of our interactions with you, Leon, and the children. I remember how excited I was when I heard the principal say that he was introducing a young teacher who was coming to us from NC my home. I couldn’t wait to get to you after the meeting. Our friendship began that day. You guys were the last visitors in our home before we moved from Indianapolis. We have so many fond memories that we will continue to cherish forever! We will continue to pray for your family. Leon has made that journey that we must all make one day to be with the LORD!

David Bowers
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Vickie, I too worked with Leon at Navistar. He started in Fort Wayne a little while before my time at Navistar was ending. But after a little while, I actually came to Indianapolis and started at Allison. And through that role I reconnected with Leon, on occasion, as our paths crossed on various projects. But in my brief time working with Leon I really came to appreciate what a calming presence Leon was and how he was so much fun to be around. It's such a shocking and tragic thing that happened. My condolences and well wishes to you and your family, I can't imagine the hole that Leon will leave behind.

Brian Cronin
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Leon was the best of us. Always smiling, always friendly, always helpful, always kind. I am deeply grieved and offer my prayers and condolences to his family. I am missing you, Leon.

Mayra Sáenz
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
My deepest condolences to Leon’s family and all his friends

I had the privilege to work with Leon many years ago when I worked at one of our assembly facilities, and later in Lisle office.
He was always open to listen, to help, to learn.
He had many qualities, he was respectful, patience, humble, and warmhearted.
He had a great capacity for empathy, and makes you feel understood.
He uplift every person with his appreciation and honored other’s qualities, always seeing what was good in you and making you feel special.
He was present in the moment, paying attention to the ones around him.

As you can read and heard from many people, Leon was profoundly appreciated at the company, not only for his vast knowledge and hard work, but for his kind and great heart.

Thank you Leon for your smile, energy and generosity. For your appreciation of life and the joy that you emanated with your presence.
We will always treasured you as a very special person and as a role model of values and virtues. You will always be remembered, my dear friend.

Bill Basch
   Posted Sat September 19, 2020
What can I say that hasn't already been said. I worked with him on several occasions over the years at Allison Transmission. Not a kinder soul. My only regret is that we never kept in touch. Rest in peace my friend.

Don Klemen
   Posted Sat September 19, 2020
Sorry for your loss. Leon was a wonderful person to have known. I worked with him at Allison's years ago and really enjoyed talking to him. May he rest in Peace.
Hope you and your family are doing well.
God Bless

Scott mirsky
   Posted Sun September 20, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss. I met Leon during a difficult time in my life around 2015. It didn't take long to realize that his positive attitude wasn't just a show, that man could find the light in any situation. I asked him how he stayed so positive on a walk around the Lisle lake and our conversation changed the way looked at the challenges I was facing.

He was the kind soul that I aspire to be and he will be dearly missed.

Anita Payton, Fort Wayne, IN
   Posted Sun September 20, 2020
Vicki, Leon, Jr. Lance, Lauren & Lindsey
I love you all and praying for you.
My seed has been planted, in Deacon Nowlin's memory.
He will be missed. 💜😥

Krzysztof (Chris) Piotrowski
   Posted Mon September 21, 2020
My deepest condolences. Leon was very nice to work with. A very good coworker and colleague. We'll miss him.

Ivey N. Staley
   Posted Mon September 21, 2020
I am Leon's Aunt Ivey. After reading such wonderful condolences from his co-workers my heart felt the need to tell everyone that Leon always had a "bowl" of love when he visited us in Charlotte and Florence, South Carolina. Sometimes he would give a big tight hug like he was never going to let go. We all loved him and will always keep him in out hearts. On Saturdays we would get together on Zoom. It was absolutely wonderful. Leon would sometimes close the zoom time by giving a soul felt prayer. We thank the Lord for him.

Daniel Hilaire
   Posted Tue September 22, 2020
Deep condolences to the family, big shocker, Leon was a very good person and passionate about his work with a soft voice, he will be missed.

William David (Dave) Barton: Allison Transmission Military Engineering
   Posted Tue September 22, 2020
Please allow me to express my condolences for your loss. Leon and I were in parallel groups (different product lines) within Allison Transmission Military Engineering. He was always a kind gentleman, with a kind word and a winning smile. We were in the same "bullpen" area and one could always count on Leon to make the day a little brighter. He will be missed by all who knew him. Again, my heartfelt condolences.

Lowell Thompson
   Posted Tue September 22, 2020
I would like to express my condolences to the friends and family of Leon. I pray that in the difficult days to come that the love shared among those that mourn the loss will be strength and comfort. I pray that all those that grieve will trust God's will and grow to a place that his life will be celebrated even though the loss is tremendous.

Nat Mitchell
   Posted Tue September 22, 2020
Vickie. Cuz Dinah Lee & Nat is wishing you and the Family "God's speed. We are keeping you in our Prayers and know that this is only a Test. Yes we are going to miss the smile and the times we've had when he came to Florence, SC God will take care of you.0

   Posted Tue September 22, 2020
Our prayers are with you and your family during this time. Know that we love you and pray for the peace of God and comfort at this time. Be Blessed

Karen Adams
   Posted Wed September 23, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family on your loss. I was Leon's Admin at Allison. It was truly a pleasure working with him. He was always smiling, as if nothing in this world could take his joy nor would he let it. May his soul rest easy and his memory be a blessing to all who knew him.

Dave Vail
   Posted Wed September 23, 2020
I was privileged to work with Leon at Allison Transmission. Leon was helpful to a fault, and you couldn't ask for a more positive, kinder person. God has gained an angel.

David Martin
   Posted Thu September 24, 2020
I worked with Leon in the Transmission team for most of his time at Navistar. Leon truly was a servant of God and his beliefs shone in every interaction he had with his co-workers. He was so cheerful that in 10 years I never saw him angry, and his honesty, decency and work ethic was an inspiration to me as a fellow Christian. When he was working in Lisle one week a month over the last couple of years, I always looked forward to good conversations about what he was doing at home, and it was a lot. Leon will always be missed, but never forgotten. My prayers go out to his family and friends as they grieve. May the God whom Leon worshipped and the faithful life he lived comfort you and give you Peace, now and in the future.

Rosemary Nash-Williams
   Posted Fri September 25, 2020
So sorry for Lost praying that GOD will continue to Shine his love all around your family at this time.Love Always.

Dist Missy Marian R Cain
   Posted Fri September 25, 2020
To Missy Vickie and the Nowlin Family....I want to let you know you have my sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband. You and your family are in our prayers. I love you

DR. Jacqueline & Leroy Greenwood
   Posted Fri September 25, 2020
Mrs. Vicki Nowlin, - Jackie and I extend our sincere condolences to you and the family,. We are praying for the family. May the joys you knew and the times you shared help comfort you at this sad time.

Margaret Means
   Posted Fri September 25, 2020
To Vickie Nowlin and Family - I wish to extend my deepest sympathy during this time of your loss. May you find courage, strength, and comfort in the One True Comforter - Holy Spirit. And may the loving memories you shared together as family bring you peace. Psalm 46:1 - God is our refuge and strength...

Wander Hayslett
   Posted Mon October 26, 2020
My heart felt condolences Vickie. May the love that Leon has shown you continue to bloom in the memories shared! And kids, continue on with the lessons taught always and your dad's love will always shine bright, so continue as you walk in Jesus Christ.

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