Obituary of Earle Labriel Leach
A Time to Be Born: Earle Labriel “Beezy” Leach was born to Earl Leach and Antwan Beaden-Leach and Big Brother Keene Drummond on December 10, 1988. He departed this earthly life, with his family by his side, on Monday, April 18, 2022.
A Time to Build: Beezy graduated from Catalina Magnet High School, Traditional Magnet Program in 2007. He attended Missouri Baptist University and was one class short of his associates degree from Pima Community College.
A Time to Embrace: Beezy was a natural-born athlete, playing soccer, tennis, track and bowling. He received numerous awards for interscholastic and collegian track, as well as scholarships and prizes for bowling. His dreams were to go to the Olympics, which he was training for, and to coach high school track, which he accomplished.
A Time to Dance: Beezy loved music! When he heard a song that he liked, his feet would start moving and before you know it, he is up and dancing! It was his happy place. His mother called him “Happy Feet”.
A Time to Love: Beezy loved being with family. He was part of so many of his friend’s family that they considered him just one of the kids. Family to him was not only blood, but the close tie and connection with people. He was adopted by so many families.
He leaves a lifetime of memories to, his parents, Earl Leach and Antwan Beaden-Leach; his big brother, Keene’ Drummond (Sondra); his nieces Hailey, Jaidyn and Kaliyah; his nephews Fernando, Tyler (Cory), and Devon; maternal grandparents Cornelius and Veronica Beaden; Aunt Andrea (Eric) Foster; Uncles Cornelius (Sharon), Stewart, and Claude (Nicole) Beaden; Michael, James, William (Terry), and Richard (Roma) Leach. A great niece and 4 great nephews.
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