Leapol Grant Harrill
”1959 - 2023”

    Leapol Grant Harrill

    Look for me in Rainbows
    Time for me to go now, I won’t say goodbye; Look for me in rainbows, way up in the sky.
    In the morning sunrise when all the world is new,
    Just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you.
    Time for me to leave you, I won’t say goodbye;
    Look for me in rainbows, high up in the sky.
    In the evening sunset, when all the world is through,
    Just look for me and love me, and I’ll be close to you.
    It won’t be forever, the day will come and then
    My loving arms will hold you, when we meet again.
    Time for us to part now, we also won’t say goodbye;
    Look for me in rainbows, shining in the sky.
    Every waking moment, and all your whole life through
    Just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you.
    Just wish me to be near you, And therefore, I’ll be there with you.
      Vicki Brown

      Leapol Grant Harrill, son of Grantford "Doc" and Patricia Fisher Harrill, was born April 14, 1959, in Lebanon, Missouri and departed this life January 29, 2023, also in Lebanon, Missouri, at the age of sixty-three years.
      After graduating from high school, Leapol worked at the Sheltered Workshop. He enjoyed special Olympics and was part of the cheer squad. He loved parties of all sorts and especially enjoyed the Halloween party at the Catholic church with his brother, Wayne and sister-in-law, Pattie. He was an animal lover. He loved puppies and kittens. He watched “Wizard of Oz” daily and loved Elvis and Batman. His family and friends will forever cherish the times they shared together. He will be forever missed.
      Leapol is survived by two brothers, Wayne Harrill and his wife Pattie of Lebanon and Cary “Joe” Harrill of Las Vegas Nevada; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; LDTC and LINK program special friends and workers; other relatives and countless friends.
      Those preceding him in death include his parents; two sisters in infancy, Wynona Sue and Sherry Arlene Harrill; and one brother, Johnny Ray Harrill.

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