Loren C. Lemmon Jr.
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Name = Patti Killeen
Message = My heart goes out to you Polly and all!
Thinking all the way back in high school when I first met you both you were
two of the nicest kindest and helpful people I ever knew! Polly you have a lot
of your dad in you. He spent many evenings at our dining room table  
writing out policies with my Mom and Dad.  You were very blessed to have
two great men in your life ,  I can't even find the words to say how sad I feel
about their loss. But as we know that  God has a plan for them and they're
doing  his work up above..... God bless you and your family and hold you in
his arms as you walk through these hard days and please call on me if
there's anything I can do to help you in anyway God bless you Polly !!!-

Name = Norma and Irven Lockwood
Message = Polly and family
So sorry to hear of Lorens passing.
Please know we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Also sorry we cant greet you at Loren's memorial service as we will be
leaving Alabama on Sunday the 19th.
Gods peace and blessings
Norma and Irv
Loren C. Lemmon, Jr., 64, of Huntley, died March 8 after a long

The son of Loren and Georgia (Ditterline) Lemmon, he was born
December 18, 1953, in Anna, Illinois. He married Polly Johnson on
June 8, 1974, in Trinity Lutheran Church, Harvard, where they still

Loren attended Harvard High School and Illinois College in
Jacksonville, Illinois, receiving a BA in mathematics. He also
received a MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management and a
Masters in School Administration from NIU. He worked for Deans
Foods as Vice President of their transportation company, and as a
commissary manager for Domino’s Pizza. After choosing to leave the
business sector and return to “the family business” of education, he
was a math teacher at Lundahl Jr. High in Crystal Lake and Harvard
High School and later the business manager for Huntley District 158
and Lake Zurich District 95. He thoroughly enjoyed
his work. He
considered coaching junior high football and basketball and high
school basketball and soccer as great perks in his teaching career.
He so enjoyed working with his
math students and school sports
He is survived by his wife, Polly of Huntley, three sons: Russ (Kristin) of Madison,
Wisconsin, Eric (Lisa) of Liberty, Missouri, Brian (Jessica) of Boise, Idaho and one
daughter: Elizabeth (Brian) Fodrey of Mebane, North Carolina. He was the very
proud grandfather of Colin, Kyle, and Nora Lemmon, Ryan, Lindsey, Kate, Lucy, and
Nolan Lemmon, Bodie Lemmon and Landon and Alyssa Fodrey. Two sisters, Linda
(John) Bigelow, of Janesville, Wisconsin and Becky Smith of Carthage, Illinois,
brother-in-law John Kilhoffer and many nieces, nephews and great nieces and
nephews also survive.

Loren was preceded in death by his parents, Loren and Georgia Lemmon, sister,
Carmen Kilhoffer and infant sister, Dixie.

Loren enjoyed sports, music, travel, his dogs, and most of all spending time with his
family. He was a long-time member of the Trinity choir and enjoyed playing his
trumpet in his younger years. His favorite teams to cheer on were his children’s and
his grandchildren’s teams and he was also a big fan of the Cubs, Packers and Bulls.

A memorial gathering in celebration of Loren’s life will be held 4-7 PM Fri., March 16
at Trinity Lutheran Church, 504 E. Diggins St., Harvard, and again from 10 AM until
the 11 AM memorial service Sat., March 17.  The Rev. Elizabeth Martin will officiate.

In lieu of flower
s, memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Harvard, Illinois
or Animal House Shelter, 13005 Ernesti Rd, Huntley, Illinois 60142.

Call Saunders & McFarlin Funeral Home for more info at 815-943-5400.