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Leon Vitali Obituary: At the age of 74, Leon Vitali passed away. He was best known for his role as Barry Lyndon and for becoming one of Stanley Kubrick’s closest associates. According to statements made by members of his family on Sunday, Vitali passed away on Friday in Los Angeles. He passed away quietly amidst the company of his loved ones, including Masha, Max, and Vera, his three children. Vitali was frequently referred to as Kubrick’s assistant; however, the documentary Filmworker, which was released in 2017, shed light on his enormous and largely unsung contributions to the work of one of the most influential figures in the history of cinema, beginning with The Shining and continuing through Eyes Wide Shut. He was responsible for everything, from overseeing restorations to doing everything from casting to coaching actors. Vitali even arranged for a video monitor to be set up so that Kubrick could keep an eye on his sick cat at one point. Lee Unkrich, a film director, tweeted that he was “completely heartbroken” after the news came out. “He helped me tremendously with my book about The Shining, and I’m devastated that he won’t be able to read it. He was a wonderful person who was sweet, kind, modest, and generous. He was an essential member of Stanley Kubrick’s team. Before he worked with Kubrick, Vitali was a promising young actor in the United Kingdom. He had roles in a number of popular British television shows, such as Softly, Softly, Follyfoot, Z Cars, and Notorious Woman. In 1974, he was given the role of Lord Bullingdon in the film Barry Lyndon, in which he played the stepson of the title character, played by Ryan O’Neal. Full Obituary
Betty Leon Obituary: She was born in Welland to Florian and Mary (Niedzielski) O’Bireck. She is now reunited with her beloved husband Fred (1999). She was the daughter-in-law of Roger, Mary, and Vera Leon. Loving mother of Stephanie Skene (George), Mary Louise Colantonio (Frank), Fred (Anna) and Matthew (Claudia). Cherished grandmother of David (Stephanie), Caroline, Lauren (David), Elaine (Luke), Jeffrey, Joel, Julianne, Ryan, Samuel, Valerie (deceased) and great-grandmother of Isla. Predeceased by her siblings and their spouses Walter O’Bireck (Molly), Rose Lipic (John), James O’Bireck (Rose), Bernice Sczelecki (Adam), Julius O’Bireck (Janey), Jane Rose (Don), and Alice Leon (Edward). Sister-in-Law to James Leon (deceased) (Rebecca), Abbey Leon (deceased) (Joan), Norman Leon (Nancy) (both deceased), Lena Kiss (Zenon), Marion Timmins (deceased) (Bill), and Gary Leon (Debbie), Gregory Leon (Charmaine), Geoffrey Leon (Keeley), Gisele Leon, Grantly Leon, Graeme Leon (Giulia), and Gayle Martinez (Tony). Betty will be missed by her many nieces, nephews, and family friends. She cherished their visits and calls. She found her energy in connecting with everyone she met. Betty respected others and was sincerely interested in their lives. Her family was her treasure. The caring and love she showered on family is her legacy. We will miss you immensely Mom/Grandma and we love you with all our hearts and souls, as you always said to us. Betty worked at Peoples Jewellers for 22 years where she had the opportunity to offer a high level of service to customers from the Niagara area. Full Obituary
Patrick Anthony Leon Obituary: Patrick was a native of Baton Rouge and former resident of Zachary and St. Francisville, LA. Following high school, Patrick enlisted in the United States Coast Guard. After his military service was complete, he was employed at Georgia Pacific Corp., Port Hudson Operations, Zachary for 29 years. Patrick enjoyed sports and played baseball for many years. He was an avid fisherman and duck hunter and a fan of the Florida Panthers Hockey team attending most home games. He enjoyed reading, especially historical works and documentaries about WWII and his grandfather’s unit of the 101st Airborne Division. Patrick had an amazing sense of humor, a quick wit, and an infectious laugh. His entertaining stories brought laughter to many gatherings. He made friends easily and kept them for years. He was a compassionate man who helped anyone who needed a hand. Patrick is survived by his beloved children, Megan Leon, Ashley Leon, Ryan Leon (Lauren) and Bailey Leon, his precious grandchildren, Conner, Eli, Nolin and Canaan. Patrick expressed often how proud he was of his children and loved them with all his heart. He is also survived by his devoted mother, Rachael Rogillio, his siblings who were also his best friends, sisters Gina Leon Gaspard and Tammy Leon Istre and brother, Terry Leon, favorite Uncle Rojo, Suzanne Hodges Leon, his former wife and mother of his children, Tammy Newman Rojas, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Full Obituary
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