Leonard Jerome Wolod
Leonard Jerome Wolod

January 2, 1947 - May 23, 2019
Born in Annapolis, MD
Resided in Annapolis, MD
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Leonard Jerome Wolod, of Annapolis, Maryland passed away on Thursday May 23, 2019 at the age of 72. After months of failing health, he died peacefully at Anne Arundel Medical Center with his family at his side. Leonard was born January 2, 1947, and raised in Annapolis, Maryland, the son of Meyer and Sarah Wolod. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Valeria Anne Wolod; his sons, Benjamin ( Tina) Wolod, Jacob Wolod and Lee Stewart; his daughter Marsha (Heriberto) Serrano; his brothers, Paul Wolod, Ellis Wolod and Ronald ( Janice) Wolod. Also survived by 10 grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and close friends. As a sales/businessman, his insurance expertise and reputation led Leonard to receive numerous awards and accolades from Baltimore Life Insurance Company, where he has retired from. Leonard enjoyed spending his time with his family and was an avid Buffalo Bills fan. Services will be held on Sunday May 26, 2019 at 10 am in the Hardesty Funeral Home P.A. 12 Ridgely Ave Annapolis, MD with burial to follow at Hillcrest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family request contributions be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association




Hardesty Funeral Home-Annapolis
12 Ridgely Avenue
Annapolis, MD US 21401
May 26, 2019
10:00 AM
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
1911 Forest Drive
Annapolis, MD US 21401
May 26, 2019
11:00 AM


American Cancer Society
405 Williams Court, Suite 120
Baltimore, MD US 21220
American Heart Association
4217 Park Place Court
Glen Allen, VA US 23060
The American Heart Association's mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular disease and stroke. The association was founded in 1924 and today is the nation's largest national voluntary health agency devoted to defeating heart disease and stroke, which together claim about 950,000 lives each year and rank as our nation's No. 1 and No. 3 killers. To prevent, treat and ultimately defeat these diseases, the association funds research, creates and implements professional and public education programs focusing on improving emergency care and reducing risk factors, holds community service activities and engages in advocacy efforts to safeguard American's health.