Leonard Magers

Posted 2/28/20

Leonard Arthur “Lenny” Magers, age 71, of Port Charlotte, Fla., and formerly of Paris, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, at the Naples Community Hospital, Naples, Fla. 

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Leonard Magers

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Leonard Arthur “Lenny” Magers, age 71, of Port Charlotte, Fla., and formerly of Paris, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, at the Naples Community Hospital, Naples, Fla. 

A funeral service is at 10 a.m. Monday, March 2, at the Stewart and Carroll Funeral Home. Burial follows in the Edgar Cemetery with military honors by the American Legion Post 211. Visitation is from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at the funeral home.

Born Nov. 22, 1948, in Marion, Ind., Mr. Magers was the son of Russell Leon Magers and Minnie Irene Smith Magers. He married Julia Lynn “Susie” Wiese on July 26, 1969 in Paris and she survives. 

Other survivors are two sons, Matthew Todd Magers of Port Charlotte, Fla. and Douglas Ryan (Colleen) Magers of Naples, Fla.; five grandchildren; Cade Adam Magers, Zia Dublin Magers, and Jax John Magers, all of Naples, Fla., and Phoebe Ann Magers and Greyson Nicholas Magers, both of Efland, N.C.; two siblings, Adonna Bennett and William (Mary Ann) Magers, both of Paris; and a sister-in-law Gloria Magers of Paris.

He was preceded in death by a son Adam Joseph Magers, a brother Russell C. Magers and his parents.

Mr. Magers graduated from Paris High School in 1966 and was a graduate of St. Louis College of Pharmacy. He served in the United States Coast Guard.

While living in Paris, Mr. Magers was a pharmacist and the owner of Lenny’s Pharmacy and he managed the Paris Clinic Pharmacy.  He retired from Naples Community Hospital in Naples, Fla.

He truly enjoyed living in Florida with the great weather and always had a water view. He loved cruising, coin collecting, working on genealogy of both his own family tree and also his wife Susie’s family tree and working in his newly constructed man cave.

Mr. Magers enjoyed visiting and touring London with the cousin he discovered through genealogy and always wanted to go back.

Memorial donations may be made to the USO P.O. Box 96860 Washington, DC 20077-7677 or the MD Anderson Cancer Center at gifts.mdanderson.org designating where the gift goes to the brain tumor center or glioblastoma research. 

Online condolences at www.stewartandcarrollfuneralhome.com.