Ray Lohman Obituary, Death – At this time, we ask that you think about and pray for the Lohman family from Teutopolis. Ray lived in a town called Teutopolis. Ray died this morning after a short but brave battle with cancer. He was at peace and in no pain.
After 41 years of working at Shellcast in Montague, Dick retired in 2009. Dick had worked there before.
Dick loved going camping with his wife and kids and watching his grandson play baseball when he had time off. He also loved building things, and over the course of his life, he built many homes, some for himself and some for members of his family. He didn’t like to just sit around and do nothing; he’d much rather help other people. He didn’t like to just sit around.
On September 11, 1971, in the town of Montague, Dick married Anetta Louise Jackson. She was the one who lived longer than him. He is also survived by his two sons, Rick (Gina) Lohman of Montague and Allen Lohman of Whitehall; two grandsons, Peyten and Remington; two granddaughters, Daisy and Keri; two brothers, John Lohman of Montague and Ray Lohman of Montague; six sisters, Mary Lipka of Whitehall, Barb Striker of Whitehall, Delores Lohman of Claybanks Twp., Sue Lohman of Montague, Ray is also the grandfather of several grandchildren, and one of his great-grandchildren is named Easton.