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Raymond “Ray” H. Lehmkuhl Jr.

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Raymond “Ray” H. Lehmkuhl Jr., 73, of Union, KY passed away Monday, January 25, 2021 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Edgewood, KY. He was born March 20, 1947 in Covington, KY to the late Raymond Sr. and Alma Lehmkuhl. Ray was a very hard workingman. He worked approximately 40 years in the ready-mix concrete industry in sales. Ray was also a very loving man, and family was very important to him; his grandchildren meant everything to him. He and Marilyn never missed any of their activities.  In addition to family and a wide array of friends, Ray had a keen interest in music. Over the past several years he and a strong team worked very hard on the annual Music Legends of Northern Kentucky program which was held during the summer. This gave recognition to the wide number of outstanding musicians throughout the many years who received their start in Northern Kentucky. Ray will be deeply missed by his loving wife of 44 years: Marilyn Lehmkuhl, his beloved daughter: Andrea (Lance Pracht), his cherished grandchildren: Sydney and Logan Davis, his dear sister: Caroline (Bernie) Brown, his nephews: Erik (Lisa) Brown and Kyle (Brigid) Brown, and his great nieces and nephews. Due to the current Covid-19 situation, services for Raymond will be handled in private at the convenience of his family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice in memory of Ray. Linnemann Funeral Home is handling the arrangements and online condolences can be made at www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

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My deepest sympathy to the Lehmkuhl Family

My deepest sympathy to Ray’s entire family. I have many treasured and happy memories of Ray, Marilyn, Andrea and the entire family, from our time on Marie Lane. Ray truly loved all of his family and friends. During this sorrow, may you gather all the best of a life well lived and treasure it in your hearts forever! Much love to all. Toinette Burkhart Riehle


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Marilyn,
Sorry to hear about Ray. Thoughts & Prayers.

Chuck & Reggie


Rest In Peace Ray

Sincere sympathy to all of Ray’s family. We know Ray had many friends that were also “like family”. His smiling face and positive attitude will be missed by many. We pray that you are all blessed with “hugs from Heaven” as you remember the special moments shared with your husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend. He will surely rest in peace with his parents and our heavenly Father. Jim and Paula


Friend and classmate of 1965

Condolences to the Lehmkukl family. Ray was a good friend and will be missed.


Great Friend and neighbor growing up

RIP Ray. The Lord got an extremely great man. Growing up we shared time doing many things together. Getting into a tiny bit on michief..ggg. And we enjoyed St Anthony grade school and Cov Cath Class of 65. I and many held you to high esteem. You were always an outstanding young man and as you grew that went with you and continued to grow. I remember how hard you worked in the concrete business and always making sure every job was done top quality. If you had gift of helping. You were always helping someone no matter how small or how large.
In closing Ray I guess my best words to you are “Thanks for the Memories”


CCH Class of 1965

“With a spirit that will not die”!

RIP Ray

Geoff Ficke


Sending hugs and love

Andrea- I’ll always remember you, your mom and dad with the happiest of memories. Love to you, your mom and your whole family.

Emily Benson