I will always fondly remember him I was Autistic and special needs and he looked after me I was fond of this man who I met in Sandy run Ms Dina Skolnick Buno
Clara & Family:
Just heard about "Uncle" Fuzz's death. I am sorry we didn't hear sooner. The memories my Dad (Gus) and Fuzz shared and the memories of all of us growing up together and Promise Land State Park and walk in the woods and salamanders and Ribs cooked over the open fire. Dad and Fuzz blended so well together "in harmony" singing in the Barbershop Chorus. What bear hugs he gave. We will miss him terribly. I am so sorry we lost contact. Mom, Dad, and I will keep you all in our prayers. Please give a big kiss to Mom Lom.
The Essmann Family (Emma, Gus and Jayne)
Clara and fsmily
have lots of memories of Fuzz and all the Lomadys in Roslyn we were neighbors when we all were young with little children A good man has left us I hope memories of happy times together help to ease the ache prayers and hugs to all
Joan (Regan) Exner
I just heard of Fuzz's death this morning. What a wonderful man! I am one of many grateful adults he taught to swim at Sunny Willow many, many years ago. I am blessed to have known him.
It was my pleasure to have taught with Fuzz at UDHS. He always brought a cheerful face to the lunch table, and a slew of stories to tell. As a track coach, I appreciated his even-handed and gentle approach to officiating. More than once, I have seen him calm and encourage young athletes before their race, setting the tone for a good competition. Another valued part of the Greatest Generation has gone on to his reward. You are already missed.
It was my pleasure to know and teach with Fuzz at UDHS. He was one of a core of teachers who made such a difference in the lives of so many people who walked the halls of the school. He was also an outstanding track official, who always knew what to do in any situation. May his joy be everlasting.
Mr. Lomady was a man we all respected and admired. He encouraged many and demonstrated his authority within the classroom and in the arena of competition. A fatherly figure whom you always wanted to please. A friend of my father's through church, a pyramid of a man at Sunny Willow Swim Club, and respected educator and coach at UDHS. We will miss him and my most sincere condolences to the family as well as his bride, Clara. Heaven now has another great man from the Reformed Church of Willow Grove.
Dear Fred, Maureen and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. We will keep all of you in our prayers at this sad time.
With love and sympathy,
Mr Lomandy was my first boss when I worked at Sunny Willow in the 60's .He was a wonderful man . I learned so much from him the couple of summers I worked there. My condolences to his family.
Fuzzy, I will never forget you from Sunny Willow to Upper Dublin gymnastics and all you helped me with. My father passed not long ago and as you two are Penn State gymnasts I am sure you are doing back flips together. All my love to you and your family.
So sad to hear of Coach Lomady's passing. He was one of my favorite teachers both in school and at the swim club. He is now in heaven watching over us.
I just learned of Fuzz's passing today and, unfortunately, I am unable to attend his service this Saturday. It was an honor teaching with a man like Fuzz who truly loved teaching and all the students whose lives he touched. He will be missed by former students and teachers because of what a fantastic guy he was and how he always saw the good in everyone.
I just learned of Fuzz's passing today and unfortunately I will be unable to attend the service on 3/1/14. I worked with Fuzz at Sandy Run Middle School and it was a pleasure seeing a professional who truly loved working with young people as much as he did. He will be missed by many former students and many teachers lucky enough to have known him. RIP Fuzz! J. Long
What an amazing man who gave so much. Was a graduate of UDHS in 1986, and he taught me to trust myself. Never forget gymnastics and getting my Lifeguard License with him as my instructor. RIP.