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Leonard W. Lehman

1932 - 2021

Leonard W. Lehman, 88, formerly of Elimsport and Williamsport, passed away on Sunday, June 13, 2021, at the Watsontown Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.  He suffered with dementia for many years.

Born in South Williamsport on October 17, 1932, he was the son of the late Elias and Grace (Shuman) Lehman.  He was married to the former Patricia  Sampsell. His death breaks a marital union of nine years.

He attended Pikes Peal school and did logging with his dad.  He worked for Avco and Textron in Williamsport.  He also worked for Wood Parts on River Ave, Williamsport and sold snowmobiles with his brother-in-law Harry White in Hughesville.

He enjoyed helping with the concession stands at the Elimsport and South Williamsport fireman’s festivals.  He loved farming, salmon fishing, cutting wood, running his four-wheeler, and hunting close to home and out west.

He is survived by son Elias Lehman and his wife Deb of Allenwood; three daughters Sandra Lancaster of Florida, Cathy Kratzer of New Berlin, and Kim Martin and her husband Ryan of Milton; seven grandchildren Angie Lehman of Utah, Amanda Ohl and her husband Nate of Muncy, Brandy Kuhns of New Berlin, Kyale Helwig and his companion Brittany of Hughesville, Bryce Martin and his wife Kitty of Lebanon, Nate Martin and his wife Sarah of Alabama, and Ashley Steward of Florida; 16 great grandchildren; a sister Lois Winters of Duboistown; many nieces and nephews and his former wife Lauanna (Hazel) Lehman.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter Susan Lehman; two wives The former Betty McWilliams and the former Donna Draubaugh; and three sisters Eva Taylor, Shirley Miller, and Helen Hurley.

He will greatly be missed by family and friends.

His children are having a remembrance of his life on Saturday, June 19, 2021, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Company 15933 S State Route 44 HWY Allenwood. Food and drinks will be provided.

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So sorry for your loss. May the Lord Bless you and comfort you during this time of sorrow.

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