Retired Army Lt. Col. Leonard Louis Kohl Sr., 62, a civilian facilities planning engineer at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, died of an aneurysm Feb. 18 at the Bethesda Naval Hospital.

He had been on duty at the air station since retiring from the Army in 1967 as commanding officer of the Army Map Service, Far East, in Hawaii.

Born in Ashland, Wis., he attended the University of Winson and later George Washington University.

Col. Kohl entered the Army in World War II and served in England, North Africa and Italy, where he was the only company commander in his battalion to survive the Anzio landing.

He left military service at the end of the war but was recalled to active duty during the Korean conflict. He served three tours in Korea and then saw service in Japan, California> Germany and at Ft. Meade, Md. before his final aasignment in Hawaii.

Col. Kohl was a member of the Patuxent River branch of the Society of Engineers and Scientists and the Retired Officers Association.

He had been active in planning programs for St. Mary's County.

He is survived by his wife, Mary, Rose COmbs Kohl; a son, Charles, and a daughter, Rosemary Kohl, of the home in Callaway, Md.; another son, Leonard L. Jr., attending Marine Corps School at Millington, Tenn., and six brothers and sisters.