Werner Herman Lunghamer

December 18, 2017 8 Condolences Print Obituary

June 13, 1930 – December 17, 2017 

On December 17, 2017, Vern Lunghamer passed away peacefully at the age of 87 years.

He is survived by his sons Fred (Linda), Gary (Janet) and Norman (Beverly), grandsons Robert and Zachary, brother Gerhard (Heide) and sister Ingrid.

Vern was predeceased by his wife of 60 years Mandy in 2012 and granddaughter Jennifer.

Celebration of Life
Friday December 29, 2017  2:00 pm
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton.

The family would like to thank the staff on unit 5F3 at the University of Alberta Hospital for their care and compassion.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of one’s choice in Vern’s name

  1. Dear Fred, Gary, and Norman; Gerhard, Ingrid, and your families: Our condolences to all of you. We too will miss him. But, he had a deep faith in God and one day we will meet him again. Werner was my first cousin. When Werner immigrated to Canada, he stayed with Uncle Joe and Aunt Madeline, and then with us. He and Mandy met in North Battleford then he found work in Edmonton. My mother and I accompanied Werner and Mandy, Fred and Gary on a camping trip to Jasper and Miette Hot Springs. That was where the very young Fred Lunghamer learned how not to drown. We had many good visits with Vern and Mandy. Vern had a great sense of humour and his boisterous laugh was infectious. He will be missed.

  2. Norm, I am very sorry to hear the passing of your father. I know you will miss him a lot. My sincere condolences to you and your family and friends.

  3. Dear Werner, may your soul rest in peace. Heaven awaits you. Our condolences to your family.
    Wally and Edwina Macht.

  4. Fred, Gary, Norman and families:
    Our condolences to all. Although I haven’t seen Werner for many years, I have find memories of your family visits to our cabin at Day’s beach when you were all little boys. Thinking of you at this time of loss. Linda(Lunghamer) and Robert Conkin

  5. “fond memories”

  6. Our deepest condolences to the Lunghamer sons and their families.
    We did not have meetings with Werner very often, but when we did, we enjoyed his company immensely.
    He was such a jovial guy!
    Rest In Peace, dear Werner, and may the family find comfort in God’s love and grace!
    Erna & Al Macht

  7. Lawrence & Elke Lunghamer
     
    Werner will always be in our memories. His ties to his homecountry were very strong
    and his numerous trips to Germany and visits to our Lunghamer families there showed
    how much his thinking was concentrated to the beauties of both countries.
    He most liked the mountain areas of the Alps and Rockies.
    He was liked by all the Lunghamers in Germany because of his humorous and jovial
    behaviours. We made many trips together in Canada and the US first sleeping in tents
    lateron in Motorhomes.
    He was always a helpful man, helping me to build our home on Red Deer Lake and
    getting all supplies we needed whenever we stayed in Canada.

  8. Sorry for your loss of your dad. Our parents had a long rich history. Countless weekend visits created memories for all. Now they are all gone but not forgotten. Fond memories of my youth.

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