Leon A Lobban

November 23, 1944January 26, 2023
Obituary of Leon A Lobban
Leon Arthur Lobban A/K/A Stalin was born in Fellowship Hall, St. Mary, Jamaica of Leslie and Olive Lobban and was the fifth of twins. He grew up in Fellowship Hall until he migrated to Brooklyn 1n 1961 to join his parents and siblings. He was entertaining, fun loving and always had a deep sense of passion for others whether it was a friend or someone on the street he never knew. Stalin was always an intellect for the sciences and upon graduation from high school in Brooklyn he attended Long Island University in Brooklyn where he was conferred a Bachelor Degree of Science in Chemistry. He later acquired a Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Rutgers University. His love for the sciences continued with postgraduate studies to maintain his Professional Engineering status. He was an active member of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene, the Society of American Military Engineers, and other organizations too numerous to mention. After graduation, Stalin had a diverse career as an employee of Pfizer, Estee Lauder, American Cyanimide and DuPont in Wilmington Delaware. After a successful career at DuPont as an Industrial Hygienist, he took the plunge to launch a successful million-dollar environmental consulting business in Atlanta, Georgia. To be closer with his family, he relocated his business to Florida, His business accomplishment in Florida is too numerous to mention but among them was his long term client The U.S. National Guard for the western states and southern states of the United States. Stalin had a passion for music and entertaining. If you were a friend or a guest at his home, you would be in awe of his vast collection of music and equipment. He loved to cook and was never shy to offer you his tasty Spanish turkey. Although Stalin was single with no children, he had a great love for his nephews and nieces. His health took a drastic turn, which left him in the care of his immediate family prior to his passing; He is preceded in death by his parents, and siblings Constance Houchen, Canute Lobban and Ludlow Lobban .He is survived by his sister Leonie Cacho and husband Pat, brother Denis Lobban and wife Dorrette, twin brother Norman and wife Lee and sister in law Gigi. He leaves to mourn nephews, Trevor, Anthony, Mervyn, and Christopher, nieces, Charmaine, Natasha, Diedra and Shari, grandnieces and nephews a host of cousins. HE LIVED A FULL LIFE OF LOVE AND GIVING Memorial Service will be held at First United Methodist Church located at 6340 Boynton Beach Boulevard, Boynton Beach, FL 33437 at 11:30AM Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Lobban family.

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