In Loving Memory

Leon Stamp, Jr., d. July 11, 2015



In Loving Memory

March 15, 1950 – July 11, 2015

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Leon Frederick Stamp, Jr., 65, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2015 in Mobile surrounded by family and friends. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Pensacola, Florida. Leon graduated from Escambia High School in 1968 and then later graduated from Cumberland Law School in 1981.

He is survived by numerous cousins in Pensacola, Birmingham, Iowa and Wisconsin.

In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Mitchell Cancer Center, 1660 Springhill Ave, Mobile, AL 36604. Expressions of condolence may be offered at Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.


  1. David Simon

    Rest in Peace Lee

  2. Ernest Laird

    Family of Leon, et al . . . . Sad we are during this season of grief after the death of Lee . . . . Such was he that his legacy will long live , and in our thoughts and memories his wicked quick wit will visit us when we least expect it . . . May we all be healed in the fullness of time from the shock , grief , and pain of loss. . . . Sincerely , Ernest Laird

  3. Ricky white

    Go with God my brother you will be missed.

  4. David Ratcliffe

    Great lawyer and person. You will be missed.

  5. Mira Covington

    I worked as a secretary for Leon Stamp Jr. For 17 years and my last memory is him walking out the office front door going to the hospital on July 1, 2015. We never realized he would not come back. Leon was a character for sure. He had his funny moments, his sincere moments & more. He was one of a kind.. He was also great in the courtroom, wrote amazing legal artices for legal / technology seminars & for “The Bulliten” & he also helped start WABB radio station in Mobike, AL years ago as the “song & dance man”. He loved life & lived it to the fullest. Many people will miss him.

  6. Louise Radcliffe

    Today, April 4, 2016, I received a letter that told me Lee had died. I live in Salt Lake City, Utah. I was the Number One Fan of The Incredible Lee Stamp when he was at WABB FM. I loved the music he liked to play, I loved his way and his wonderful, unforgettable voice. Those were wonderful days. I moved far away and have lived in many different places, but I always remembered his birthday on March 15th. I sent cards, flowers one year, and flew from Salt Lake City to Mobile to see him one time. I’m glad I had a chance to do that. I remember the days when he slept on his office floor.
    Before his death, I wrote a tribute to him as his fan, even after over thirty years had come and gone. I’m happy he had a chance to read it, and to know how well he was thought of and respected in so many ways. The last time I heard from him last year, he told me he had health problems. My thoughts often turn back in time, and back to Alabama and Lee. Songs remind me of him. Today, I’ve hardly stopped crying.
    Here is the first lines of my tribute.

    The Incredible Lee Stamp

    Cold as an Alabama legal statute
    Warm as a soft Gulf of Mexico breeze
    Hot as Hendrix on guitar
    If he had nothing but his voice
    He would still have me


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