Mr. Leroy O. Propst, Jr.

February 23, 1970 - December 15, 2020
Elkton, Maryland

Mr. Leroy O. Propst, Jr.

February 23, 1970 - December 15, 2020
Elkton, Maryland


Mr. Leroy O. Propst, Jr. lives in Elkton, Maryland, passed away at the age of 50.
Born on February 23, 1970 and passed away on December 15, 2020.

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  • Venue: Hari P. Close Funeral Service, P.A.
  • Location: 5126 Belair Road Baltimore, MD 21206 - (Get Directions)

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12 responses to Mr. Leroy O. Propst, Jr.

  1. Hey Pops,

    Sorry its been a long time since writing you. Harrison has been keeping us on our feet and new department at work. I miss you like crazy big guy. Football hasn’t been the same without you, neither has fantasy. Vikings are doing good this year so far, hopefully they keep it going. I wish I could call you after every big play or game and bug you like i used too. If i had one wish, it would be for Harrison to get to meet you, and laugh at his hairline we gave him, or you say Leroy I am your father! I hope i am making you proud with everything and being a first time dad. I just know Harrison would be laughing at you and how you would be with him. That little guy is my world. He will defiantly know who you are through stories and pictures. I love you pops! Please just watch over us!

  2. Hey big guy, man I miss you so damn much! Wish I could talk to you one more time, and not push to hang up just because of damn football. My biggest regret to this day. I wish you was here to meet Harrison, man I know he would be having you laugh so much with his silliness and dare devilness. He defiantly has us on our toes. I know he would love his Pop Pop Lee so much, and want to facetime just to put you on the floor like he does others. We took him to get his first haircut and he hated it lol, can t be bald like you tho lol. Football season is around the corner, as much as I love it, it still feels empty not being able to pick up the phone and ask you what player or your opinion on the team and all. I just miss my dad, and my best friend! Love you Pops, continue watching over us.

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