Gary Eugene Lehman of Bloomington, MN passed away November 23, 2017 at the age of 75 from complications due to Alzheimer's. He died surrounded by love, and was preceded in death by his mother and father. He is survived by his wife, Diane, and daughter, Stefanie (Jason) Meyer. Also survived by 2 grandsons, Lewis and Owen; 2 brothers, Paul (Nancy) and Jeff (Deb) as well many nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. Gary was a proud graduate of UW La Crosse. Gary worked with Allstate Insurance for over 40 years before retiring. He was also a proud member of the Minnesota Elks Hopkins Lodge 2221. We have missed his wonderful cooking, organ music and charismatic story telling.
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Steve and Heidi (Trulen) Thayer
We are so very sorry for your loss Diane and family. I will never forget when you came to visit my dad and gave him a prayer blanket you and your church made for him. You provided such comfort for him, and my mom and I that day. Blessings to you and your family during this time and prayers of comfort and Peace to you.
Diane and Pete Anderson
So sorry to hear about Gary. We will never forget the Allstate trips and events we shared with you and Gary and his great sense of humor!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Troy Beugen The Troy Beugen Agency
So sorry for your loss, Gary was the nicest man you could ever meet. I became the agent for many of Gary's clients when he retired and he was always a pleasure to do business with. We are very sad to hear of his passing and we wish you love and peace always.
So sad, he was just the nicest guy!
Troy Beugen Family, Agency and Friends
Gary was a great man, when he plays the organ in our lodge. He would play "Anchors Aweigh for me just so I can get a laugh before our meeting would start. When I see the organ he played downstairs at the Hopkins Elks lodge. I always would stop to think about him.