Raymond Lohman Obituary, 85 Years-Old, Raymond Lohman Has Passed Away

Raymond Lohman Obituary, Death – At this time, please remember to keep the family of Raymond Joseph “Ray” Lohman, who passed away at the age of 85, in your thoughts and prayers. On Thursday, January 19, 2023, Ray died away in the comfort of his home in Teutopolis. At 10:30 in the morning on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church located in Teutopolis, a Christian Funeral Mass will be celebrated, and the burial will take place at St. Francis Cemetery. On Tuesday, visitation will take place at the church from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, and a prayer service for the parish will take place at 5:00 pm. Donations to Meals on Wheels or another charity of the donor’s choosing can be made in lieu of flowers as a remembrance of the person who has passed away. The Bauer Funeral Home in Teutopolis is in charge of the arrangements at this time. You can express your sympathy by clicking here.

Ray Lohman, the son of Frank and Mary Lohman, was born on February 25, 1937, in Green Creek. His parents were named Frank and Mary. He received his diploma from Teutopolis High School in 1955 and then enlisted in the Army National Guard, where he remained for a period of five years. On August 4, 1962, Ray weds Judith “Judy” Esker in a ceremony that took place at the St. Francis Church in Teutopolis. In total, Ray has worked at Goeckner Bros. in Effingham for 50 years, the first 39 of which were during his full-time employment there. After retiring, he continued to work there on a part-time basis. After he had retired for good, he found great satisfaction in fixing his neighbors’ lawnmowers and shoveling snow off a number of driveways. In addition to that, he volunteered a significant portion of his time by delivering Meals on Wheels and visiting the people who lived at the Lutheran Care Center in Altamont. Ray was a member of the Teutopolis Knights of Columbus in addition to the Saint Francis of Assisi Church.

Ray and Judy spent many happy years exploring the country in their camper, during which time they made it to all 48 contiguous states. In addition to that, he kept himself active by going to many of his grandchildren’s and great events. grandson Ray’s hobby was restoring old Kubota tractors, with the B7100 model being his personal favorite. In addition to that, he enjoyed driving Farmall Cub tractors and participating in and spectating at local tractor parades. Ray is survived by his wife, Judy; his children Jane Bushue, Tom (Leslie) Lohman, Todd (Sandy), and Renee (Kenny) Feldhake; his grandchildren Cody (Adrienne) Bushue, Zakary Bushue, Brett (Shelby) Lohman, Kristen (Matt) Will, Derek Lohman, Blake Lohman, Bryce Lohman, Lindsey Lohman, Bry
Ray’s father and mother, as well as his stepmother, Lena Lohman, as well as his sisters Dorothy Klitzing and Luella Meinhart, and his son-in-law Doug Bushue all passed away before him.


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