|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1944|
|Death: ||Nov. 27, 2010|
LeRoy Eugene Wilcock, 66 of Cottonwood, passed away on November 27, 2010. He was born on February 22, 1944 in Richfield, Utah to LeRoy Maxell and Norma Jean Cooley Wilcock.
He attended South High School and was in Law Enforcement (He was a security guard) for 30 years. He went to The Garden Community Church.
LeRoy loved good movies like Star Trek, loved coffee breaks at restaurants and garage sales with his son.
LeRoy is survived by wife Leah Wilcock; son LeRoy Wilcock; brothers Kelly Wilcock of Utah and Ernest Wilcock of Montana; and sisters Nancy Atwood of Utah and Cheryl Moala of California.
A service will be held on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 10:00am at Westcott Funeral Home in Cottonwood.
Contributions may be made to the family in lieu of flowers.
An online guestbook is available to sign at www.westcottfuneralhome.com
His ashes will be buried at a later date.
(Bio by his sisters)
He was also in the ROTC in high school and joined the US Navy. He was only in boot camp when he was discharged because of high arches.
He was quite the tease. He could sing just like Elvis Presley and Hank Williams. I can remember when I took a visit to Joseph for a month that within a week I got so homesick when I heard a song by Elvis being played on the radio. He could play guitar and the accordion. His right arm was crushed at a Lumber Co. and he never got full use of his arm, but that didn't stop him from continuing to play. He taught himself how to play backwards all though his heart was never in it the way it was before that.
(More to be written)
LeRoy Maxwell Wilcock (1922 - 1999)
Norma Jean Cooley Wilcock (1927 - 1994)
LeRoy Eugene Wilcock (1944 - 2010)
Roger Dean Wilcock (1946 - 1975)*
All Souls Cemetery
Cottonwood (Yavapai County)
Plot: Ashes were scattered by an oak tree
Maintained by: Cheryl Moala
Originally Created by: Nancy K (Wilcock) Atwood
Record added: Nov 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62262791
With honor and respect. ★☆★|
Added: Jul. 18, 2013
Happy Father's Day Bro. Missing you and loving you forever.|
Added: Jun. 16, 2011
Lee worked a few different security companys, He worked Head of Security at Crossroads Plaza, Salt Lake City, Utah. Here is a badge like the one he wore. He also had his regular brass badge.|
Added: Dec. 9, 2010
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