Brock, Leona Reed (Cleveland)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Leona Brock
Leona Brock

Leona Reed Brock, 94, a resident of Cleveland, passed away Sunday in a local health care facility.

Mrs. Brock was the daughter of the late Ida Williams Reed and Ernest Reed. Her great-great-grandchild, Ralstin Smith, her daughter-in-law, Harriet Brock, her brothers, J. B. Reed and his wife Mary Kate, Alva Lee Reed and his wife Helen, Earl Reed and his wife Edna and her infant sister, Nannie Reed also preceded her in death.

Mrs. Brock enjoyed music, especially playing the piano. She was able to play by ear! She enjoyed having visitors coming to see her and she was known for having a kind heart. Mrs. Brock attended the Baptist Church.

Survivors include her children, Gary Brock and his wife Becky, Kenneth Brock and Suzanne Jones and her husband Philip, her grandchildren, Lesley Avery and her husband Jamie, Lisa Jones, Reed Brock, Ryan Brock and Reece Brock, her great grandchildren, Judah Avery, Noah Avery, Madeline Smith, Mason Jones, Makenley Jones, Millie Jones, Myra Jones, Maleah Jones, Jason Brock and his wife Tiffany, her great great grandchildren, Rowan Smith, Raddix Smith, Rylan Brock and Amayah Brock and several nieces and nephews also survive.

The Remembrance of Life graveside service and Interment will be conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. at the Fort Hill Cemetery with Reverend Jamie Avery officiating. Reed Brock, Ryan Brock, Reece Brock, Judah Avery, Noah Avery and Joseph Reed will serve as casket bearers.

The Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services North Ocoee Chapel has charge of the arrangements.

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