September 29, 1939 – October 13, 2018

Lehmann, James (Jim) – passed away peacefully on October 13, 2018 at the age of 79 at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease. He was a graduate of the University of Waterloo, class of ’65 , in Mechanical Engineering. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 37 years Loretta (Booth). Son of the late Albert and Collette (Huber) Lehmann. Predeceased by his brother George (2014). Survived by his sister Mary (Garry) Leveck and sister-in-law Julianne. He will be missed by in-laws Roger and Bonnie Booth, Barbara and David Smye, Rosemary and Aaron Almas, and Warren Booth and Lorraine Dargavel as well as many nieces and nephews. A celebration of life will held at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas on Thursday, October 18th from 11:00 until the time of Jim’s Service at 12:00 p.m.  In lieu of flowers donations to the Parkinson Society, Southwestern Ontario would be appreciated.

5 Messages to Lehmann, James “Jim”

  • Doug Letson

    Jim was a fine friend: considerate, unassuming, generally projecting a characteristic air of quiet contentment. My wife, Donna and I, feel privileged to have been able to share a short visit with him as he lay hospitalized in his final days. He couldn’t speak but he was able to manage a smile of recognition and grasp my hand in final friendship. Our hearts go out to Loretta who has been the image of a caring and compassionate spouse. We pray that she finds peace as she faces a life without Jim.

  • Elizabeth and Dennis Kearney

    We will surely miss Jim’s lovely smile and his very gentle ways.He was a very gentle man.Dennis will miss having coffee with him when he goes to Fiona,s house.Already missed but forever in our hearts Rest in peace.

  • David Reinhart

    David Reinhart
    October 16, 2018.
    A man of many talents. A gentle genius. I will always remember the model air planes Jim and George built.

  • Howard Schmidt

    Jim always enjoyed my sense of humour. Now there is always Aaron and of course Mary. But I think Mary always enjoyed the way Jim laughed at my jokes.
    When someone your own age dies you start to feel more keenly that you are mortal. The main thing is that
    you have found Jesus and you know what he has done for us. I have been told that Jim did this, again, shortly before he died. I was so glad to hear this. We can all be happy for Jim. We had a great friendship.

  • Pat Adams

    I miss you already. Your beautiful smile and the light in your eyes were always there to greet me. We had some fun times together, but our great talks were even better. It was a privilege to have known you, Jim. I will always remember you as one of the kindnest and most gentle people in my life. Thank you for the humor. Thank you for enriching our family. I will forever remember you. I love you.

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