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Rev. J. Leslie Inglis

Date of Death: April 19, 2022
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Burnt Factory United Methodist Church
1943 Jordan Springs Road
Stephenson, VA 22656
Tuesday 5/3, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Burnt Factory United Methodist Church
1943 Jordan Springs Road
Stephenson, VA 22656
Tuesday 5/3, 2:00 pm

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Rev. J. Leslie Inglis, 101, of Winchester, Virginia, passed away on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 in his home. Leslie was born in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1921, the son of the late William Sword and Isabella Leslie Inglis.  Over 60 years of his life were spent in ministry. He pastored churches in New York, New Jersey,Continue Reading

Sally Conway left a message on April 29, 2022:
Dear Martha and Agnes, I have such fond memories of your parents as a High School student in Middlebury, VT. Once when my parents were gone for a week, I stayed at your house. Both of your parents were very welcoming to me, and your Dad had a sense of humor and teasing that I appreciate now. (At the time I think my face turned all shades of pink!) Thank you for sharing both of your parents with me. They are certainly missed. Your family had a part in helping me to become the person I am today. Love you! Sally
Lois M Golightly left a message on April 27, 2022:
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your father. It was my privilege and joy to know him when he was interim pastor at Slanesville Presbyterian Church many years ago.
Kathi Steele left a message on April 26, 2022:
Condolences do you and your family on the passing of your father.
Kristen Goff left a message on April 25, 2022:
My condolences to Rev. Inglis' daughters and the family. Rev. Inglis and Christina were lovely to meet and know during the time he was a volunteer docent at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, joining a group of warm wonderful volunteers. He took great interest in a variety of areas and made contributions of his time and talents into his older years. It was a privilege to know him.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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