The November 1992 issue of Locus had a collection of memories from Justin Leiber and several other authors, as well as numerous photos. I have scanned and converted the article so everyone can enjoy it.
Fritz Leiber at Bay, by Justin Leiber
On the evening of Saturday, September 12, 1992, Fritz Leiber lay in an open casket at San Francisco’s Colum barium. The Neptune Society’s compact, several-storied, Romanesque domed building, its walls internally well-nested with name-plaqued brassed and coppered ashes, appropriately bore symbols and titles more redolent of turn-of-the-century tarot pack and Grecian revival than Christianity.