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In Memory

Keith Lehnen
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10/03/21 09:51 PM #1    

Jerry Demerly

I went to school with Keith for 12 years.  When we were in grade school, we went to a number of  movies and I would get in the Lafayette Theatre for 1/2 price by posing as his little brother.  Haven't seen Keith since the 1980 class reunion.  He was an outstanding athlete.  Rest in peace, my friend.  Jerry Demerly

10/04/21 01:21 AM #2    

Dave Edwards

When I heard Keith had died my first reaction was to smile and chuckle, as the first thing that came to me was something he did 53 years ago. He and I worked together and after work one night a bunch of us were going to see "Bullit" With Steve McQueen. Keith asked to tag along, even though he had seen it already. He waited until the chase scene was just concluded and everyone was still holding their collective breath, and jumped up and yelled 'I need some corn, anybody else need some corn? The man had a wicked sense of humor. May he and his whoopy cushion rest in peace.

10/04/21 03:38 PM #3    

Paul FitzSimons

My memory is many of us walked out of Fr Tracy's regligion class early one morning senior year in protest of Mr. Eberly's termination ... My your transition be rapid and joyful Keith . . .


08/03/23 03:06 PM #4    

Alice Anderson

Keith Lehnen was my cousin on my mother's side...we went to his house...my father, James C. Anderson, Jr., was sitting on the front porch in a lawn chair...Keith brought out a hammer and hit my dad's foot...broke his big toe...not funny, as dad was a machinist at Fairfield and had to be on his feet all day! Alice R. Anderson

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