Leonard Allen Albright

Albright

Leonard Allen Albright, 68 of Conway, South Carolina passed away on Sunday, January 31, 2021. Leonard was born on December 5, 1952 in Great Barrington, MA, son of the late Harold Albright and Mildred (Rogers) Albright. He was a 1971 graduate of Roe Jan, Hillsdale, NY. He worked at Schweitzer-Mauduit, the Ancram Paper Mill for 34 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, traveling, and a devoted Colts football fan. After retiring he had more time to enjoy and spend time with his family. Lenny enjoyed going to the beach, attending car shows, playing pool with the guys, attending all his grandchildren’s dance and sport activities. He enjoyed spending time with his grand dogs Violet, Daisy, Sterling and Mocha. A loving and caring husband, a wonderful father, a proud grandfather and a great brother and Uncle. He will deeply be missed by family and friends. Survivors include his loving wife of 38 years Elaine Albright of Conway, South Carolina, his daughters, Cheryl Albright and Nicole Albright both of Conway, South Carolina and grandchildren Vada, Jason Jr. and Addison Simmons. Leonard is survived by 8 sisters, Carol Clough, Helen Clough, Suzanne (Arthur) Coleman, Bernice Tripp, Elizabeth (Hank) Yole, Linda (Lenny) Jadenous, Joyce Concra, Kathy (Ronald) Dierkes and survived by 6 brothers Robert Albright, Arnold (Doris) Albright, Harold Albright, Timothy Albright, Roger Albright and Kevin Albright and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Due to Covid 19 a celebration of his life will be held at a later date in New York. Share a memory or condolences on the tribute wall for Leonard at Lewis Crematory of Myrtle Beach.

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