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Anthony J. "Tony" Lahr – Obituary

Name: Anthony J. "Tony" Lahr

Age: 75

Born: 08-24-1938

Died: 08-20-2014

Visitation:
Mary Hall, Luxemburg, Minnesota

Service:
St. Wendelin's Catholic Church, Luxemburg, Minnesota


Mass of Christian Burial celebrating the life of Anthony J. “Tony” Lahr, age 75, of Luxemburg will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at St. Wendelin’s Catholic Church in Luxemburg. Tony passed away with family by his side on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at the St. Cloud Hospital from complications of a recent Leukemia diagnosis. Reverend Ronald Weyrens will officiate. Burial will be in St. Joseph’s Parish Cemetery, St. Joseph.

Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday and after 9:00 a.m. on Saturday both at Mary Hall in Luxemburg. Parish prayers will be at 4:00 p.m. on Friday at Mary Hall. Arrangements are with Daniel Funeral Home, St. Cloud.

Tony was born on August 24, 1938 in St. Cloud to the late Henry and Melda (Torker) Lahr. He married Faye Cunningham in 1967 and she passed away in 1969. He married Beatrice (Lommel) Schabel on July 9, 1971 at St. Wendelin’s Catholic Church in Luxemburg. He lived in Luxemburg all of his married life and was employed as a Machinist for Ickler Company in St. Cloud, retiring in 2000. He was a member of St. Wendelin’s Parish where he served as Eucharistic Minister. He also volunteered his time plowing snow for the parish.

Tony enjoyed biking, spending time at the lake cabin with family, fishing, playing accordion, designing and building almost anything and living each day to the fullest.

He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Bea of Luxemburg; children, Sandy (Peter) Weber of St. Cloud, Cindy (Ted) Hintze of Coon Rapids, Susan Lahr of Elk River, Curtis (Kristen) of St. Cloud; five grandchildren, Zachary, Nicholas, Joshua and Garrett Weber and Ellie Hintze; and brother, Pat Lahr of Maple Lake.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Mary Ann Lehnen; and brother, Edwin Lahr.

A heartfelt thank you to all of the St. Cloud Hospital and Hospice doctors and nurses, Family Dentist, our family and friends for their compassion and kindness during the past two weeks.

 

Guestbook for Anthony J. "Tony" Lahr


Kathy Robbins
, friend of the children
August 22, 2014, 10:33 am
Our condolences to Bea and all of the family. I didn't know Tony for long but he left such a wonderful impression on me. I had been invited up to their family cabin and had the pleasure to help celebrate a birthday of his and his daughter Cindy with a chocolate cake. I will never forget the pleasure I felt from watching him enjoy his slice with such enthusiasm. It brings a smile to my face every time I think of how he enjoyed such a simple pleasure with such zest! What a great way to have lived and appreciated things-both big and small! May his dedication to his family, friends and church and the inspiring way he lived his life help bring you strength during this very hard time. He will be missed by all.
Pat Lahr
, Brother
August 21, 2014, 6:55 pm
My older brother, Tony, has always been an inspiration to me. We worked on projects together, we played music together, we fished together, we attended church together, and shared meals and great times for visiting. My wife Connie and I will miss him and offer our sympathy to Bea and immediate family members and friends. See you later Brother. Pat
The Entire Barney and Joey Kiffmeyer Family
, Friends
August 20, 2014, 2:51 pm
With Deepest Sympathies to Bea and the entire Lahr/Lommel family. Such a short good bye for such a great guy. He will be missed in this community and by this community. We thank him for his dedication to the church and being such a great presence. Although your hearts are broken, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers now as you tackle this sudden grief. This community is there for you know as Tony had been for so many years. May pictures, stories and memories in time heal your hearts.

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