John "Jack" Neumann

May 29th, 1935June 1st, 2019

     John Roger “Jack” Neumann, 84 of Lafayette, finally moved on to join his dearly beloved wife on June 1, 2019 at his home. He was born on May 29, 1935 to Martin and Rose (Hortsman) Neumann in Minnesota.

     Jack married the love of his life, Marlene F. (Sinjem) Neumann on July 2, 1955 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

     He loved racecars and was especially fond of hotrods. He was an avid outdoorsman who love to hunt and to fish. As the owner of Neumann Painting, jack was a self-made man who was well respected by those who knew him.

     Jack is preceded in death by his loving wife, Marlene; parents, Martin and Rose ; daughter, Ladeen (Joe, still living); brothers, Gary, and Arthur; and sisters, Mary, Marilyn, and Bernese.

     He is survived by his sons, Dave (Debbie) and Lance (Lisa);  grandchildred, Cory, Joeleen, Brandon, Nicole and Alex; great-grandchildren, Finley, Cole, Hunter, Jensen, Cade and Westen; as well as a host of family and friends who all love and miss him dearly.

   

Services

  A visitation will be held at Darrell Howe Mortuary on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 5-7 p.m. with a vigil service and rosary to begin at 7:00 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Saint Louis Catholic Parish on Tuesday, June 11 at 10:00 a.m. with burial to follow at Louisville Cemetery.

 
Cemetery

Louisville Cemetery

Location

None

Church

Saint Louis Catholic Church

Condolences

It breaks my heart to lose my favorite Uncle Jack. It heals it knowing he is with my Aunt Marlene and she will do what she has done best love and care for him up in heaven. I grew up spending every summer in Colorado at Jack and Marlene's and even after I was grown with my own family I STILL spent vacations and any other excuse to go visit the best home away from home I grew up knowing. My sister and I still laugh at so many funny and entertaining memories we had during our summers. We still love to yell "JACK!!" as only our Aunt could and then bellow "MARLENE!!!" as our Uncle would always do. I love you greatly and miss you but I know you have been without Marlene too long and she finally came to take you home. I will tell my Uncle Jack stories for the rest of my life to my children and with my siblings and they will never be without the love and laughter I feel for you. I love you Uncle Jack. Love Always Chelle
Thinking of you. The Batt family
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