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Kessler family, our condolences to your family. I remember going to Indian guides with Lenny and Brian, so long ago. Lenny and I worked together at Otis. An amazing and wonderful man who will be greatly missed. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY BROTHER.


Posted by: Michael and Angela Zupancic - Concord Township, OH   Oct 14, 2019

Brian and Family,

My deepest sympathy on the loss of your dad.
God Bless all of you in this difficult time.
Joy Hess


Posted by: A friend   Oct 14, 2019

Brian, I am deeply sorry for your loss. It is never easy losing a father. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.


Posted by: Stacey Jennings    Oct 14, 2019

My friends and I enjoyed years of helping Lenny build a great model railroad. We will miss him.


Posted by: A friend   Oct 14, 2019

My condolences to the Kessler family. Lenny was a coworker and a good friend


Posted by: michael brown - euclid, OH   Oct 13, 2019

Dear Kessler Family, please accept our deepest condolences from the Nuccio Family. Lenny was a dear Otis coworker with Joe. We had many great times together and enjoyed his email jokes. Lenny would come and pick up Joe for breakfast or luncheons to talk about the good old days and enjoyed each others company. I know that he suffered toward the end of this life but take comfort that he is now at peace and reunited with his buddy. Lenny was a wonderful and kind individual.


Posted by: Katherine Nuccio - Mayfield Hts, OH   Oct 11, 2019

My condolences to Brian,Gregory and Laura and the Kessler family. May God give you comfort during your time of sorrow.He will be missed by all of your trains friends and me


Posted by: tony Rinaldi - Eastlake, OH   Oct 11, 2019

MY condolences to Brian,Gregory And Laura and the Kessler family. May God give you comfort during your time or sorrow. He will be missed by all of your train friends and me.


Posted by: Tony Rinaldi - Eastlake, OH   Oct 11, 2019

Mr. Kessler is the reason I played football. I was in 6th grade and was ready to quit. This man drove to my house and told me " you're not quitting anything"! He was a giant of a man and there was no way I was telling him no! I'm glad I was part of one of his teams. Some of my lifelong friends were on that same team. My condolences to his family and friends. He was one of the "good guys " you meet in life.


Posted by: Bob Turk & Family - Willoughby, OH   Oct 10, 2019


Posted by: Tom Pescha    Oct 10, 2019