A High School Class mate Ned Kronberg sends condolences to the Finger Faminly the Past few years Lon and I have exchanged quite a few E-Mails and had caught up a things at the last class reunion
Gods Speed to him and know he will still be telling those great stories
I haven't known Lonn for long, but I've come to know him quickly. He always seemed to be getting into new things. His computers always had new programs and tons and tons of his pictures. He never had a shortage for a good story.
The Wincentsens of North Carolina, Mark, Colleen ,and Gage send our condolences to the family and many friends that Lonn had. Lonn was a great friend of my father "Curly" who has recently past. I remember going to Chemco Products and hanging out with the guys. Some of my best memories are of deer hunting camp, and Lonn waking me up with his thunderous snoring. Lonn always had great stories, some of the tamer ones he spoke of at my dad's funeral. I wish we could be there. Lonn was a good man and he will be sorely missed.
It is with great sadness that I learned of Lonn's passing. To his family and friends, I extend my condolences and hope that the happy memories of him will sustain you during this time of sorrow. May his soul rest in peace. Sincerely,
Karen Alpert Entous
My condolences to Lonn's family. I had many good times with Lonn over the years and will miss his stories and friendship. I am sorry that I will not be able to attend the service on Friday, but I will be thinking about Lonn at that time.
Lonn was a special guy! I enjoyed his pictures and sense of humor. I enjoyed working with him. May he rest in peace! Ron Ernst
It has been a pleasure to know and to work with Lonn over the years. He was a kind man who was not only a great storyteller but a great listener as well. His smile, his sense of humor and his gentle manner will be well remembered. Rest in peace Lonn. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Freddie and family.
I enjoyed Lonn very much and can still remember the first time I met him. When working with him, It always amazed me that no matter where you were with him he would see somebody he knew, even in the small farming communities. He always had a great story and there was never a problem finding something to talk about.