Harold “BUTCH” Lammers

November 20, 1920 - April 24, 2020
Memorial Park Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel
Saturday 5/2, 12:00 pm

Harold John ‘BUTCH’ Lammers, age 99 of Lima, with Judi at his side, passed into heaven from the Wyngate Assisted Living Facility, Friday, April 24, 2020. He was born November 12, 1920 in Leipsic, Ohio to the late Sylvester and Clara Schroeder Lammers. He came to Lima at a young age to work at EquityContinue Reading

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Rick Lammers left a message on April 28, 2020:
Judi & Family, very sorry to hear about the passing of Harold. It had been a few years since I saw him but I remember him well and do remember at least 1 of the dogs too. I can definitely see a bit of resemblance to Grandpa Sylvester in the photo.
GARY COMPTON left a message on April 28, 2020:
Judi: I'm sorry for your loss of your Dad. What a guy he was ! A smart and funny character, a contest winning stock investor and one of my favorite people. I will miss him.
Patsy Spring left a message on April 27, 2020:
Butch was a great fellow and everyone loved him. I worked at LMHS for 44 years and always loved seeing his colorful ties. May your memories be a comfort to all of you.
Jack shine left a message on April 27, 2020:
Very sorry to read about butch.i met him at lmh several years ago.we would. see each other on fridays.his mind was sharp as othet.a great guy.very proud 2 have known him.he remember my son whole played basketball at lima senior.i will miss him.
Karl 'Butch' Lammers left a message on April 26, 2020:
Judi and Family - Please accept my condolences on the passing of your dad. We first met about 10 years ago and have gotten together several times since and exchanged Christmas cards over the years. My wife and I always enjoyed his charm and were impressed by is ability to recall so much information. I talked to him last in January and we were hoping to see him again once restrictions were lifted, but God had other plans and he was ready to be reunited with your mom. I am thankful Kurt Hoff was able to provide me with contact information a decade ago after an article appeared in the paper. One can never have too many acquaintances the caliber of your Dad and I will always be proud to share a nickname with him.
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John Brunk left a message on April 26, 2020:
Judi, My sympathies on the loss of your Dad. I worked with him at LMH for many years. We worked in different departments, but had many discussions about life during my trips to the storeroom. I left LMH in 1997 and aside from seeing Butch a few times at the Kewpee west I had lost track of him until reading about his 99th birthday in the paper. On Christmas eve 2019 my wife Teresa and I stopped at the Wyngate and visited with him. It was like old times. His memory and mental acuity was amazing. I am so thankful for that time we had to reminisce. May God comfort you in your loss.
Terry Maag left a message on April 26, 2020:
Uncle Harold was an inspiration. Always a smile a story with welcome arms. It was always a joy to be in his presence. Sharp as a tack and always upbeat. I admired him so much and mom looked up to him with pride being his sister. He will be missed
Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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