John B. Loehmann, Jr.

john loehmann, jr.
JOHN B. LOEHMANN, JR, John Bernard Loehmann, Jr., 40, of Dickinson, TX, formerly of New Haven, died suddenly on July 6, 2010. John was born on October 17, 1969 in New Haven and lived his childhood in Westville. Dearly loved son of Jack and Leslie Loehmann of Woodbridge, CT. Brother of Kristine (Michael) Sullivan of Wrentham, MA and Kurt (Heather) Loehmann of East Haven, CT. Proud and loving father of Macey Loehmann of Texas City, TX. Cherished grandson of June Brown of Cheshire, CT. John was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Edward Brown, and paternal grandparents, Catherine and Frank Loehmann. He will also be sadly missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. John had a special understanding of people with disabilities, especially his Aunt Carol who was a resident of SARAH for many years before her death. Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated Saturday, July 10 at 10 am in St. Rita's Church, Whitney Ave., Hamden. Friends are asked to go directly to church. Arrangements in care of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN. Contributions in John's name can be sent to the SARAH Foundation, 246 Goose Lane, Suite 104, Guilford, CT 06437.

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  1. John, What a wonderful birthday surprise you must have been for Pop! Love You Forever. Mom

  2. Dear Leslie, My deepest sympathy to you, your husband and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. Dear Mr and Mrs Loehman and family, I cannot tell you how sorry I am for your loss . John and I were still good friends after all these years .I so enjoyed talking to him on the phone and even visted him in Texas a couple of times. Much love to you in this difficult time . Steve and Sally Mancuso

  4. I am sorry for John and the family he has left behind. I have many good memories growing up with John, skipping school, pee shooters from Lee Lee’s Deli etc… that will always be a part of me. I hope the best thoughts of John prevail for everyone else as well.

  5. I have always considered John to be my closest friend. We share many memories and good times together I feel as close to him as I do my own brother. I do not believe I have lost a good friend, only a delay in our relationship. See you one day Bubba, you will be missed.

  6. I have many good memories of John. He was close to me and my brother. We opened our home to him and lived under the same roof. I have and still consider him to be a good friend. I look forward to seeing him again one day. See ya on the other side bro!

  7. I, too, knew John during his New Haven years, and am very sorry to hear of his passing. My sincere condolences and sympathy go out to his family and friends.

  8. It’s been a very long time that I spoke or saw John. We all grew up in New Haven, CT together. John was a great friend during those days and will be very much missed. To his family my thoughts are with you.

  9. It’s been a very long time that I spoke or saw John. We all grew up in New Haven, CT together. John was a great friend during those days and will be very much missed. To his family my thoughts are with you.

  10. Jack and Leslie: I just read your son’s obituary. Please accept my condolences for the tragic loss you have suffered.John

  11. Kristine and Family, I was deeply saddened when I heard of John’s passing. I have fond memories of him from our high school days. Please know that Anne and I are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely, Mike and Anne Donahue

  12. Kristine, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother John. Debbie and I have such great childhood memories of you two. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

  13. Leslie and John, On behalf of the entire Moses Y. Beach School Community, please accept our deepest sympathies. Know that our collective thoughts and prayers are with you as you honor John’s memory.

  14. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Loehmann family. Although it’s been some time ago, I still have many great memories of growing up with John in Westville. May he rest in peace, his warm smile will be missed.

  15. We will miss John (Bubba) so much. He helped build our beautiful home and helped us so much after Hurricane Ike. He was such a loving father to Macy and she loved him so very much. He brought her over to our home many times. We love him and will miss him.

  16. Dear Leslie and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Kristin Kautz

  17. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Loehmann, Kristine, Kurt and Families, I am so very sorry to hear about John. Growing up across the street from all of you gave us the chance to get close and although our paths didn’t cross much as we all got older, John and your family will always hold a special place in my heart. I know my mom will be looking out for him. Love, Joanie Pursell Fleming

  18. Dear the Loehmann and Brown Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. John does and will always hold a very special place in my heart. I have so many precious memories of John. I, too, continue to remember that smile that always lit up a room. I am so thankful for the times that I spent with him. I took out our old prom pictures and couldn’t help but smile right along with him. He was a great friend to all of us in Westville. I hope you take comfort in knowing that you raised a wonderful young man who will truly be missed by so many.

  19. I am so sad…my heart aches…John was a dear, dear friend. I have many memories of good times we had together growing up…I really loved him. May you find strength Kristine, Kurt, and Mr. and Mrs. Loehmann and all other family members. God bless John and God bless you….You will be in my prayers.

  20. i babysat for kris, john and kurt for some years while going through high school. once the loehmann’s left for the night, i would be expected to chase the kids around and around. john never got tired! even running up the back stairs, up to the 2nd floor, back down the front and over and over. always had an impish grin. i would tire long before john would. i extend my deep condolences on this loss. i will always remember his smile and energy. sue pursell

  21. Jack and Leslie – John will live in the hearts of those of us whom he touched. Among the many things I will remember are his gigantic smiles, his special love for Ed, June, Carol, and all the .little ones. (nieces & nephews – not so little now). I also know that whenever I see a Boston Whaler – I will be seeing John. I send all my love to: The Loehmanns, The Browns, and to Kathy and George. Sheila

  22. Jack, Leslie and family, we are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your son. I know there are no words to comfort you at this very difficult time but please know that you are all in our prayers.

  23. Leslie & Jack- Bob & I are so sorry for the loss of John. We know how much he was loved by the family and will be truly missed. You are in our hearts and prayers. Maxine & Bob Wallace

  24. Leslie, Jack, Kristine, and Kurt, I have many great memories of John. He was a gifted athlete, he made people laugh, and we passed drivers’ education class together, just to name a few. Our thoughts and love are with you.

  25. There are no words to express our very heartfelt pain at your loss. Please accept our empathy and sympathy at this most difficult time.

  26. To the Loehmann and Brown families: I am so sorry. Please accept my condolences. The accompanying photo is no better way to remember him-as a truly beautiful young man. I wish I could say more. You have my prayers. Tom Pursell

  27. To the Loehmann and Brown family, I am so very sorry and saddened by the news of John’s passing. John and I grew up together in Westville and I have very fond memories of the boy with the golden smile, and infectious laugh. My prayers are with you during this difficult time. I hope that he is at peace with his Grandfather, whom he adored.

  28. To the Loehmann family, I know how much he loved his family and how much the love was returned. That was one of the qualities that I loved about him.

  29. To the Loehmann/Brown family: I am so sorry. Please accept my condolences. I wish I could say more. There is no better way to remember him than the accompanying photograph-a beautiful young man. You have my prayers. Tom Pursell

  30. While I try to think of one good memory of times John and I shared, hundreds of them come to mind, I too remember a day or two of skipping school, and the good times at The Grove. Rest peacefully my Friend. Thoughts and Prayers Joseph Canalori

  31. Dearest Leslie and Jack, Rob and I were so saddened to hear of your son’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this painful time. We wish you peace and serenity. Love always, Donna and Rob Jacko

  32. Dear Leslie, Jack and family, I am so sorry to hear about John. I have many good memories of him and always think of John when I see a Boston Whaler. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Bryan Harms

  33. Dear Leslie, Jack and family, We were so sorry to hear about John’s sudden death. We know what a terrible loss this is to your entire family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  34. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Loehmann, Kristine & Kurt, You are in my thoughts and prayers. I fondly regard the great memories with you in your Westville home. I appreciate so much the friendship you provided and all you did for my brother and me in our childhood. Some fond memories of John include him cruising our block on his Big Wheel with my late brother, Jimmy. They used to go as fast as they could down our slightly pitched driveway and spin out at the bottom of it. I used to laugh so much when I’d see Mrs. Hawley, a resident of our former neighborhood, vigilantly ensuring that John and Jimmy were not playing with a hard ball or smacking golf balls in ‘The Field’. They always had a plan on how they’d outsmart her. John and Jimmy played for hours in their early elementary years and would pretend that they were television series characters such as: Starsky & Hutch, the Duke Boys (Dukes of Hazard County) or Ponch & John (CHIPS series). I got a kick of how they pretended that the Loehmann’s living room couch was the ‘General Lee’, the vehicle of the Duke boys in the Dukes of Hazard County television series, as they would run into the living room and jump onto the couch in a position as though they were sliding into first base. I can recall being down at the beach with your family and thinking that John was so cool because he learned to operate the Boston Whaler motor boat at a young age. I hope that all the good memories you had with John help you through this difficult time. Love, Ellen White Goslicki

  35. jack and Leslie, Sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mac & Maureen McCarthy

  36. Mr. and Mrs. Loehmann, Family and Friends, Even though Bubba was going to some tough times I would see him with a smile and a good sense of humor. Although I didn’t really know him well I know he was a good man and a loving father. With fond memories and my deepest sympathy. Debbie Cooley Dunten Law Firm

  37. Leslie and Jack: I am so very sorry to have learned of your loss. Your love for each other will give you the strength to endure. May he rest in peace.

  38. I’m sorry for John leaving this world so early. John I never got the chance to see again but someday I will brother.

  39. John B. Loehmann was my uncle. An uncle that lived halfway across the county, and an uncle whom I rarely communicated with. Even so, there is a feeling you recieve when a family member leaves this world, especially without saying goodbye. It is a torturous, heartwrenching feeling that makes your heart plummet to a depth far beyond your imagination. It is I feeling I did not feel at first, for I was too young to understand what had happened that caused my mother, Kristine, to weep with such agony. But now, I know. As I said earlier, I did not know my Uncle Bubba well, but that does not mean I didn’t want to. I would’ve loved to hear about his weird fetishes or even his favorite color, and someday I believe I will. But for now, I will just have to make do not knowing. I did not say it was going to be easy, for you have no idea how many times I cry myself to sleep wondering about what could’ve been. My parents do not know this for I believe it is crucial to stay strong for my mother. I do not think they know I am even constructing this message right now. As I conclude my message in tears, I would like to thank all of those who granted their greatest condolences to my family. It means the world to us. I know 4 years is a long time to put off my condolence, but I have finally learned how to express my feeling about this tragedy. I love you Uncle Bubba, and always will. I hope I get to explore your weird fetishes with you someday. With Love, Kiley Sullivan

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