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J. C. Leonard, 30

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Jason Christopher Leonard, a truck driver and outdoorsman, died of undetermined causes June 20 at his Catonsville home. He was 30.

"We are waiting for the results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death," said Junaita White, an aunt who lives in Lansdowne.

Mr. Leonard was born in Baltimore and raised in Lansdowne and Catonsville. He was a 1995 graduate of Catonsville High School, where he had played baseball. He had attended the Community College of Baltimore County.

He had worked as warehouse manager at Ann's House of Nuts in Jessup for two years before taking a job in 1997, as a truck driver for Consolidated Freight, and at his death, for Wall Works USA Inc.

Mr. Leonard was an avid fisherman and deer hunter.

Services were held Saturday at Catonsville Presbyterian Church.

Also surviving are his father, Gregory Leonard of Arbutus; his mother and stepfather, Donna and James Murphy of Catonsville; two stepbrothers, Keith Murphy and Kevin Murphy, both of Catonsville; two stepsisters, Kathleen Murphy and Kelly Murphy, both of Catonsville; maternal grandparents, Jesse and Ann Long of Catonsville; and his fiancee, Stephanie Pound of Catonsville, whom he was to have wed tomorrow.

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