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Tammy Robinson

What a treasure you were here on Earth. Heaven is rejoicing

Deb Eastman

While I'm sorry to see you go, I know that you're in a much better place. Thank you foir befriending us when we first moved here.

Cornelia Gerarde

There are many of us original owners on Spanish Iaks Curcle that were saddened to hear of Lindsay’s passing. We have a lot if fond memories. If there is a memorial service at a later date, please let us know! 904-277-8697

Joe Wertz

I miss my friend.

Eileen Thedinga

You were a powerful example to those around you. Thank you for all of your service. You will be missed!


You will be missed Lindsay…your smile, compassion, and strength. A outstanding life! Much love in your journey hereafter. ❤️

Patty S.

Rest in peace, Lindsay!

Mistey Burns

Lindsay will be greatly missed. I’m thankful for the opportunity to have met him. Sending much love and prayers to his family!

Sue Simpson

My soul aches. Lindsay was, is and will always be, one of the finest men God ever created. My spiritual health was improved greatly because of him. He was an inspiration. Rest in peace my friend. Sharon, you are grace personified.

Kevin Burkett

Lindsay is one of the most amazing men I have ever met. He is the epitome of gentleness, kindness and patience. His love of people and tenacity are great examples to follow. His physical presence will be missed as we all transition our relationship with this true gentleman. Godspeed, fair winds and following seas on your newest journey home my fiend. My sincerest condolences and love to your family.

June Carter

Lindsay was committed to being of service to those around him. He spread a message of hope and love. I will miss his attitude of gratitude

Robert Lindsay Leckie


R. Lindsay Leckie, 84, of Fernandina Beach passed away Tuesday, July 18, 2023 at his home.

Born in Huntington, PA he was the only child of Robert L. and Kathryn Styles Leckie and was reared by his maternal grandmother, Elizabeth N. Henderson in Portsmouth, VA.

Upon graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School in Portsmouth, Mr. Leckie began a 41-year career with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad and its successors. While attending Richmond Business College he worked in the railroad’s accounting department until entering its operating department in 1960. He transferred throughout the rail system numerous times serving as a Division Safety Officer, Trainmaster, General Superintendent of Safety, Manager of Community Relations, Senior Manager of News and Media Relations and Resident Vice President of State Relations.

Following his retirement in 1996 he was recalled by CSX Transportation in 2001 to serve in a consulting capacity interfacing with the U. S. Department of Energy, the U. S. Department of Transportation and the U. S. Department of Homeland Security as well as the American Chemistry Council. During his career he served as a member of the North Carolina Governor’s Task Force on Grade Crossing Safety, the Association of American Railroads Steering Committee, the National Safety Council’s Operation Lifesaver Executive Committee, the Florida Department of Transportation Rail Transportation Advisory Committee and the Indiana Government Affairs Society. He was the founder of Florida Operation Lifesaver Council, part of a nationwide program dedicated to the prevention of accidents at highway-rail grade crossings and he served as a member of six other such councils throughout the southeastern United States.

He was a former Senior Warden at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, VA, Past President of the Ocean Walk Homeowner’s Association on Amelia Island, past Commodore of the Amelia Island Sailing Club and was an active board member of the Amelia Room, Inc. for 10 years. He was an avid reader of history, philosophy, and theology. He possessed a lifelong passion for offshore sailing and ocean passages.

Lindsay leaves behind his 3 children; his sister, Kathryn Lavonne Riddick of Chesapeake, VA and his friend, companion and soul-mate, Sharon Lynn Marsh of Fernandina Beach.

There are no immediate services planned.


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