Leonard Michael Silva

12/06/1948 - 06/16/2022

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Leonard Michael Silva

12/06/1948 - 06/16/2022

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Obituary For Leonard Michael Silva

Leonard Michael Silva, 73, of Pink Hill, passed away on Thursday, June 16, 2022.

Born in New Orleans, LA, December 16, 1948, a son of the late Harold and Pauline Casabat Silva he has lived in North Carolina for many years. He had enlisted in the United States Marine Corps following his graduation from high school and had proudly served his country. He had been employed by the Wilmington Police Department and later working as a pipefitter. He was a true outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing especially at the Topsail Pier.
He was a loving family man who treasured his family and friends.
He is survived by his daughters, Regina Cotter and her husband Johnny of Pink Hill, and Lena Braxton and her husband Kevin of Richlands; his sons, Leonard Michael Silva Jr. of Wallace, and Benjamin Dwayne Silva of Pink Hill, and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews.
His family will recieve relatives and friends in the Johnson Funeral Home 2685 Henderson Dr., Jacksonville, Saturday, June 25, 2022 from 12 Noon to 2 p.m. when the US Marine Corps will render military honors.
Gifts in his memory may be made by clicking the "Donations to the family " tab to the left or by visiting
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  • 06/28/2022

    What get a great brother he had the heart of 10 lions love to go fishing with his brother Johnny loved his family with all this heart going to miss him Johnny

  • 06/27/2022

    Rest in peace my brother

  • 06/27/2022

    To a brave and funny brother. You were a good story teller. Praying that you will see Jesus, Mom, & Dad in heaven. Love always, Lori

  • 06/26/2022

    To Leonard's family and many friends we offer our deepest condolences and sympathy. We remember showing Len around San Francisco when he visited us in California after joining the Marine Corps. I think he enjoyed showing his Uncle Adam his Marine uniform, who also served in the Marines in Korea. Memory Eternal. RIP Leonard. You will be missed. Uncle Adam and Aunt Shirley

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