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Alfred Leake

Born: Wed., Mar. 24, 1954
Died: Sat., Jan. 5, 2019


Memorial Service

2:00 PM Fri., Jan. 11, 2019
Location: Ingram Chapel / Mountain Grove AME Zion Church


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MR. ALFRED LEAKE, 64 of MOUNT GILEAD, NC, passed away Saturday, January 5, 2019 at the Complete Care Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Charlotte, NC.  

A Memorial Service will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 11, 2019, at the Mountain Grove / Ingram Chapel AME Zion Church,  3408 NC Hwy 73 East, Mount Gilead, NC.

Alfred was a Montgomery County native, born Wednesday, March 24, 1954, to the late George Washington Leake and Cora Robinson Leake.  He was self employed and joined the United States Army.

Preceeding him in death, were his parents; sisters, Bernice Leake and Linda Pemberton and brothers, Craven Leake and Bonnie Leake.

Those left to cherish memories are his six brothers, Glenn Leake, Larry Leake, both of Mount Gilead, NC, Harvey Leake of Albemarle, NC, James Leake of Charlotte, NC, George Leake of Red Springs, NC and David Franklin Leake of Hamlet, NC; three sisters, Bessie Mae Medley, Vera Morman (Clarence) and Miriam Leake, all of Mount Gilead, NC; three aunts, Dorothy Bogan of Ellerbe, NC, Mae Catherine Thomas of Plainfield, NJ and Ruth Robinson of Mount Gilead, NC; sisters-in-law, Linda Leake, Annie Leake and Gwen Glee and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.

Harris Funeral Home & Cremations of Mount Gilead, NC, whom is serving the Leake, Robinson and extended Families.

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C & A
   Posted Tue January 08, 2019
To the Leake Family: Please accept my sincere sympathy. We are broken-hearted when a love one falls asleep in death, but please be assured that you can find comfort in the scriptures. Revelation 21:4 speaks of a time in the near future when death will no longer separate us from our love ones. John 5:28-29 further states that soon the dead will be asked to wake up. Please know that God remembers our love ones and will soon act on their behalf.

Fred
   Posted Wed January 09, 2019
Right now, when your loss is so fresh, it may be difficult for you to imagine that this pain will ever go away. But in time the blessing of God's unfailing love will soften the hurt you're feeling and bring your heart the peace, comfort and hope that it needs to heal. How? Revelation 21:4 tells us that soon everything that causes us pain, including death, will be gone forever. We also have the hope of our loved ones being resurrected here on earth, as Acts 24:15 tells us. I do hope you find comfort in this.
Though I did not know your loved one, she sound like a beautiful person. I am touched by your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. JW.org

Ali
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
Sincere condolences to the Leake family. God knows our hearts and so when our loved ones leave us we are deeply saddened. Please take comfort in knowing that in the very near future He assures us that death will be no more. (Revelation 21:3, 4) Sincerely,

Eric Leake
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
Prayers and Condolences to my family. May the Lord give you peace, strength, comfort and courage for the days to come.

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