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Rameau
Leo

March 22, 1964 – October 4, 2018

Rameau Leo
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Rameau Leo was born in Cap-Haitien in Haiti on the 22nd of March, 1964 to the late Julita Bernadette Charles and the late Raymond Leo.

He was the oldest of twelve siblings, two preceded him in death; Yanick Leo & Ronel Pierre. He is survived by nine siblings: Rosemary Charles, Alex Charles, Albert Decius, Alfonzo Decius, Emmanuel Decius, Judette Charles, Sandra Decius, Samiel Leo, and Christine Leo.

Mr. Leo married Marie in Magnolia, DE. and one child was born from this union, Rodmy Leo. Rameau was employed at Sea Watch International for 29 years where he served as a forklift operator. He made many friends while working there from all backgrounds. He even picked up Spanish from his coworkers and was able to speak the Spanish language fluently.

Mr. Leo had a passion for Sports. The sport he first fell in love with was soccer. He played soccer as a child in Haiti and when he came to America he continued to play. He even played for a team called the Bandits in Sussex County, DE. Mr. Leo would soon fall in love with another sport called football. It was his new found love. He was a diehard Philadelphia Eagles fan so we can imagine how excited he was when they won the championship. He had all types of Philadelphia Eagles memorabilia such as: hats, flip flops, posters, license plate holder, sweaters, pants, car accessories, key chains, house décor, and so much more. He also loved the Lakers, his favorite basketball team. He stood by his teams.

Mr. Leo was a good, hardworking man who showed respect and love for everyone he met. He had a smile and laughter that would fill the room and it will never be forgotten. Rameau Leo will forever be missed by his loved ones.

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First Visitation

When Friday, October 19, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
Evan W. Smith Funeral Services (Dover)
Address
518 S. Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901
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Second Visitation

When Saturday, October 20, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location
Wyoming United Methodist Church
Address
216 Wyoming Mill Road
Dover, DE 19904
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Service Information

When
Saturday, October 20, 2018 12:00pm
Location
Wyoming United Methodist Church
Address
216 Wyoming Mill Road
Dover, DE 19904

Interment Information

When
Saturday, October 20, 2018 2:00pm
Location
Odd Fellows Cemetery, Camden, DE
Address
35 Rising Sun Road
Camden, DE 19934