Loman Hoover Lathrom

Funeral services, with military honors for Loman Hoover Lathrom, 86, Lawrence, will be 11 am, Tuesday, June 9, 2015, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Wild Horse Cemetery, Jefferson County.

Loman died Wednesday, at Midland Care Hospice House, Topeka.

He was born May 17, 1929, in Rayborn, MO, the son of Ulysses S. Grant and Josie Wilhite Lathrom. He served in the United States Navy in 1949. Loman was a Carpenter for many years. He enjoyed fishing and hunting and spending time with his family. Many hours were spent around a campfire.

Loman married Estalene Lela Perkins in Salinas, CA, on October 24, 1950, she survives of the home.

Other survivors include two daughters, Brenda and husband Don Curtiss, Chubbuck, ID, Linda and Wayne Zook, Lawrence, four grandchildren and six great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, and two sons Gary Loman Lathrom and Robert Lee Lathrom.

Friends may call from noon to 8 pm Monday where the family will receive them from 6-7 pm, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.

Messages & Condolences

From Rod and Margie Hinkle...

God bless and comfort you all. Do know that He loves you. His cross is the greatest evidence for His everlasting love. Rod and Margie Hinkle

From Cindy McNicoll...

you are all in my thoughts.Lomen will be missed greatly he was quite the outdoorsman he had such a passion for hunting, fishing and mushroom hunting but it was his hand fishing in the Kaw that used to always blow me.I know he will be missed deeply you are all in my thoughts and prayer.

From teresa Cumpton...

Pa will truly be missed. He was a blessing to everyone whom he met. Taught many life lessons, taught the girls to survive. Many many good and loving memories. I hope that you will find some comfort and peace in the days to come. He’s at rest and no longer suffering. I love you all.

From Dusty and Holly Whited...

Lomen is loved deeply, respected by all, and our memories will be cherished. We wish we could be with the family during this time of sorrow. We cannot express the heaviness in our hearts.
Dusty and Holly

From Christen and Rodney Coble...

Loman was an ownery old man with a huge heart! Sometimes to big. He had a great sense of humor and always had a smirk on his face. Many hunting and fishing memories will always have Loman in them. May Estiline find peace in the wake of devastation. Rip Loman

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