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Nina Lohmann

Nina Lohmann

Tuesday, September 3rd, 1935 Sunday, April 12th, 2020

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Obituary for Nina L. Lohmann

Nina Lohmann, 84, Lenexa, KS passed away April 12th, 2020 at her home. The family will be planning a celebration of her life at a later date.
Nina lived a full life. Nina graduated from Hamburg High School in Hamburg, IA. Following graduation, she went to Lincoln, NE, where she began working at Back to the Bible Broadcast. After leaving Lincoln, NE, Nina married Leonard Eugene Lohmann HM2 USN and lived in Norfolk, VA for several years as a Navy wife and they served in several Navy bases over the years. She greatly enjoyed Amtrak travel with her husband and travel across Canada via rail. After leaving the military, Nina and Leonard located to Bonner Springs, KS, where she cared for children in her home. Her many talents of crochet, including making hats and booties for Providence Hospital of the newborns, she made blankets and christening outfits for many families with love.

Nina is proceeded in death by her Father, Ormond Ingram, her Mother, Marina (Arleta) Brandt, her baby brother, Ormond Lyle Ingram and her brother Larry Troxel. She is survived by her husband Leonard Lohmann, her children Deborah Lohmann, David Lohmann (Vicky Isley), Terry Lohmann (Debbie), her five grandchildren, her sisters Avis Hoyt and Rosie Price of Lincoln,NE, her brother-in-law Richard (Tex) Lohmann (Carol) and all her extended family.

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Wilma Kelly

I was so sadden to hear of yet another classmate! I guess it shows where we are in life! My condolences go out to Leonard and their children and family. May you all feel God's great love and peace at this time. We know His timing is right even though sometimes it's hard to understand and accept that. God bless you all.Wilma Kelly
Comment | Posted at 12:11pm via Condolence
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John Grafton

Dear Leonard and family, Was saddened for you this am when I read the obituary of sweet Nina in the paper. I recognized her name right off because you talked so highly of her everyday when we worked together at Olathe Family Practice. May you find peace with all your memories you have to treasure . God bless you and your family. Hugs, Glenda “gus” and John Grafton , Jennifer and family and Chris ⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️⭕️❌
Comment | Posted at 10:02am via Condolence
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Kaye Bishop

Nina was such a loving, caring member of our Hamburg H S Class of ‘53 and she will be missed. My heart breaks for our classmate Leonard and their kids and grandkids whom Nina loved so dearly.
Kaye Bishop
May they take comfort in wonderful memories.
Comment | Posted at 11:32pm via Condolence
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Julie Roush

She was such a sweet lady. I know her absence will be felt everyday. So sorry for your loss.
Comment | Posted at 08:39am via Condolence
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Sharon Neander

My heart breaks with those of the Lohmann family. Nina was the kindess, most thoughtful and most giving person I have ever known. Heaven gained an angel.
Comment | Posted at 10:23pm via Condolence
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