Henry C. Ledinsky
Henry C. Ledinsky
June 23, 1939 ‐ June 20, 2022
Henry C. Ledinsky, 82 passed away peacefully on June 20, 2022. Beloved husband of 26 years to Arlene. Caring father of Joni, Henry, and Michael Ledinsky and his dog Trudy. Loving brother of Ron (Donna deceased) Ledin. Caring uncle to Jill Ledin (Joe Znidarsic).
Henry was a avid fisherman, bowler, golfer and a lover of cars especially his Grand National.
Family and friends are invited to a visitation at Jenkins Funeral Chapel 2914 Dover Center Westlake OH 44145 on Friday June 24th from 6-8pm. Funeral service to be held at Jenkins Funeral Chapel 2914 Dover Center Westlake OH 44145 on June 25th at 10 am.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Charities.
R.I.P. Henry from a Wertz first cousin.
Nikki and Ryan McNally
Auntie Arlene, we are so sorry for your loss. Sending you love, hugs, and many prayers. We are thinking of you and love you.
Love Always, Nikki
Randy and Maureen Miner
North Royalton Ohio
Arlene, You are in our thoughts and prayers. We always enjoyed talking with Hank. He had such a great personality. He spent so much time making sure that our neighborhood looked good. It won't be the same without Hank on the street.
Hank, I enjoyed the fishing trips with you and Danny Hemperley. Lots of great times. Rest In Peace my friend
We lived across the street and enjoyed Hank's friendship and wit for 30+ years. Thanks for caring for our neighborhood all these years, especially the infamous 'pit'. We will miss you dearly, Hank!
Jan and Ben Baldwin
Thanks for all the good times, Henry.
Gary and Christine Churchill Kozel
We are so saddened and surprised by Henry's passing. We will miss him and his great sense of humor. May God bless and care for him.
So sorry for your loss Arlene and family. Prayers for you and for Henry. May God give you strength to get through this difficult time.
The Drum's (Scott, Patty, Scottie and Cameron)
North Royalton, Ohio
All our prayers for Henry, Arlene and family. His love of life will be missed.
Jay & Gerri Irvin
When we moved in across from "the pit" 30 years ago the legend of Hank was already well established. Over the years we learned and finally understood his sense of wit and sarcasm. His care of his very large yard was admired and his dedication to making sure that "the pit" was well groomed was amazing. Between him and Danny H. they made sure that the kids had a place to play. My view of the pit allowed me to observe the groups of kids and adults starting at the edge of Hank's yard sliding down the snow in the winter months. Hank was a joy to many. His chasing after Trudy when she was able to make a get away always made us laugh. Hank thank you for all the wonderful memories. May you rest in peace in the glory of God. Until we meet again.... God Bless! Arlene, may you find peace and healing in the beautiful memories that you and Hank made together. Prayers will continue.