Harold Leonard Eckhoff was born on Aug. 10, 1928 and never married.  He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean war and spent nearly a year in Korea, about a mile or so from the enemy lines in an ordinance storage area.


Harold Leonard Eckhoff was born on Aug. 10, 1928 and never married.  He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean war and spent nearly a year in Korea, about a mile or so from the enemy lines in an ordinance storage area.
    Leonard is a life-long resident of Meade.  He worked for the Ideal Food Store during his teenage years, Marrs and Twist for several years and Randy's market for most of his adult life.  He purchased a one quarter share of Randy's Market.  He was always a superb worker, friendly to
all the customers and well-liked by everyone.
    During retirement Leonard has spent his time tending a garden and his
yard in the summertime and enjoying TV sports, jigsaw puzzles, coin collecting and touring the city with his Grand Prix.  Leonard's tours have become legendary, following much the same circuit and time schedule on a daily basis.  His life has been one of service to his family, the population of Meade, and through military service, the people of the United States and Korea.