William Lee Lahman (Westminster and Buena Vista)

Born: Tue., Mar. 7, 1939
Died: Sat., Jul. 25, 2020



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William Lee Lahman, 81, of Westminster and Buena Vista, Colorado passed away on July 25, 2020 in Fairplay, Colorado. He was born March 7, 1939 in Denver, Colorado to Leo M. and Phyllis B. Lahman. William married Patty Lahman on December 7, 1958 in Denver.  He served with the Air National Guard and worked with the Heat Frost and Asbestos Workers Local 28.

William enjoyed spending time with his family, motorcycle riding, fishing, hunting, camping, live music and wintering in Arizona.

William is survived by his wife of 61 years, Patty; daughters Ruth King and Annette (Dennis) Kennedy; son Bill (Ann) Lahman; grandchildren Brandon, Kendra, Derek, Erin, Toni, Candice and Kayla and great grandchildren Jared, Ryoko, Somaire, Chloe, Mia, Luca and Haylee. He was preceded in death by his father, mother and brother.

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Amanda (Ridley) Willis
   Posted Fri July 31, 2020
Patty and Family- I am truly sorry for your losd. He was a wonderful man who truly loved his family. So many memories of him and Patty living next door to Grandma. Please know that he was thought of with fondness. Sending you all love.
Amanda (Ridley) Willis

Chris Duffy
   Posted Fri July 31, 2020
Aunt Patty, Ruth Annette and Bill,
I am beyond sad at the loss of Uncle Bill. He truly was a treasure and lived you all so much. I will miss his beautiful smile.
Love you you all💙 Chris and Kevin

Ron & Sandy Leikam
   Posted Mon August 03, 2020
Patty, Ruth, Bill, and Nettie, you have our deepest sympathy for your loss. We have had the privilege of knowing, camping, fishing, hunting, riding motorcycles, in Colorado and Arizona and even living together several times. That has created so many great memories for us, that we will cherish forever. We will miss him deeply.

Jack and Susan Klinsing
   Posted Fri August 07, 2020
Patty, Sandy and Ron:

We enjoyed many delightful conversations with Bill as he strolled by "Pin-Yawn Pines" on his leisurely walks. He was a cheerful conversationalist, always surprising us with his abilities and interests. We especially enjoyed his tales of "jamming with the boys" during winter months in Quartzsite, AZ. He gave us laughter and insight into his "Life Well Lived." We will miss him.

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