Robert G. Lemmon Jr.
1949 - 2020
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Robert G. Lemmon, Jr., 71, of Kittanning, died Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, at Premier Armstrong Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Kittanning.

He was born Aug. 12, 1949, in Kittanning, to the late Robert "Skip", Sr., and Patricia (Pepler) Lemmon.

Robert was a former pastor at Victory Baptist Church in Kittanning, and also worked as a drafting engineer at Myers Vacuum. He was a musician who played the piano and keyboards.

He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Pamela (Ingalls) Lemmon; son, Matthew Lemmon, of Butler; brother, William (Penni) Lemmon, of Wichita Falls, Texas; and nephews, Alec and Seth Lemmon, of Wichita Falls, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother, Tom Lemmon.

A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, at the Snyder-Crissman Funeral Home, 200 S. McKean St., Kittanning, with the Rev. Tim Kutch officiating.

All those attending are asked to please wear a mask or facial covering and social distance while no more than 25 people will be permitted in the building at one time.

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Published in Leader Times on Sep. 15, 2020.
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September 26, 2020
Dear PAm and Matt,
I remember Pastor Bob as being a very good Pastor and friend . He did many great things and touched many lives . Many souls will be in heaven because of his willingness to preach the truth . My heart goes out to both of you and your extended family. God bless you all , Chris and Mike Mechling
Chris Mechling
September 25, 2020
Dear Mrs Pam, Matt and family.
When I moved to Ford City and starting going to Victory, it was a blessing to be able to find a church where they had more than one church service a week and the Word was preached.
I also appreciated Pastor Lemmon and the kindness he showed to my parents. Pastor Lemmon more than once made the 2 hour trip to Ohio to visit my parents to talk to them about the Lord Jesus and His saving power. When I told Pastor my Mom got saved he again went up to visit with them, when they weren’t home he left his card with a note telling her how happy he was that she has asked a Jesus to save she, I still have that card and am so thankful for Pastors kind and encouraging words to her. When my Mom went home to be with the Lord, Pastor again made that 2 hour trip to Ohio for her funeral, that was a blessing to my Dad and our family, and his being there made quite the impression on my Uncle and others in our family. I will forever be thankful for all his kindness and concern. You all are in my prayers.
Rose Armstrong
September 15, 2020
I worked with Bob in the early 1970s at the PPG plant in Meadville, Pa. I can still remember the two of us bragging and kidding each other about the muscle cars we owned - Bob's 1968 428 Cobra Jet Mustang and my 1971 LT1 Corvette Convertible. I left Meadville in the fall of 1975 to work in Oak Ridge, Tn. I did not realize Bob had moved back to Kittanning, Pa. I wish I would have known he was back in Kittanning because my wife and I still have relatives there and visited quite often.
William S Kiser
September 15, 2020
I worked with both Sr. and Jr. at the PPG facility in Meadville in the early 70's. When I was transferred to the Ford City area in 1974, they told me I was returning to their home. I golfed with Bob Sr. He was very good, as were the other people from Ford City, i.e. Andy Morandini, Joe Orzulak, Larry Baum, etc. Years after I left Meadville, I was eating breakfast at Bonello's. Bob Sr. walked in and we both recognized one another. We were able to reminisce about Meadville.
What I remember about Jr. is when PPG had an outing at the Vernon Township firehall. Bob pulled up in his truck with trailer. He rolled off his keyboard and entertained the group. He was one fine musician. My sympathy to you at this time.
Paul Krauza
September 15, 2020
I worked with Bob and his father at the Meadville PPG facility in the early 70's. Both were fine gentlemen. When I was transferred to Ford City, they both told me that I was going back to their old home. The memory that still lingers is when PPG had an outing at the Vernon Township fire hall and young Bob pulls up with a trailer and rolls off the keyboard. He was a fine musician. When we were living in Kittanning, we were eating breakfast at Bonello's and your dad walks in with your mother. They were visiting in Ford City. We had a short visit and reminisced about our time in Meadville.
We extend our sympathy to your family.
Paul Krauza
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