Lonnie A. Stover

Cincinnati, Ohio

Age 50

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Mr. Stover was my assistant band director at Turpin High School (class of 94). He was inspirational, so much so that I still remember him fondly over two decades later. Hopefully there is some small consolation knowing that he touched hundreds of lives.

We were saddened to hear of Lonnie's passing. After watching him grow up it was our pleasure to watch him conduct the beginners band that our granddaughters were in. Love and Prayers.

Larry and Judy Wolfe

Dear Chris, Our hearts are broken at the news of Lonnie's death. You and Lonnie were a significant part of our family's life when Meredith and her sisters were in high school. With you, we cling to the promise of being reunited one day in the mystery of death and resurrection. May God give all of you strength and courage for these days, and hope and joy for the future. You are in our hearts and prayers. Love, Linda and Len Troy

I'm so sorry to hear this. Please accept my condolences on your loss. May your memories comfort your heart; and God help your family during this time of sorrow. Isa.41:13

Lonnie touched so many student lives along with their parents in the Sycamore Community Schools and District. I'll never forget the day my son Christopher came home from fourth grade saying "Hey mom...they picked me to play the clarinet next year...". Lonnie made that happen. Christopher played all through Jr. High and High School. Christopher loved participating in the marching band all four years. Lonnie - thank you so much for being you! You are going to be missed so much.

So sorry to hear! He was such a great teacher at Turpin High School. Our drum corp was THE BEST! Thank you Lonnie Stover...Our Hero...

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

The Sheeketski Family

I believe Mr. Stover touched more lives at Sycamore Community Schools than any other instructor, past or present. His legacy is timeless! I thank God for putting him in the lives of my children. They are forever better and will pass his name on for generations. I know Lonnie is playing his trombone in the heavenly band praising God. I am looking forward to joining him someday.

May God's everlasting peace be upon his family and loved ones.


Lonnie's Obituaries

STOVERLonnie A., 50, beloved husband of Christina (Kahsar); awesome dad of Noah and Ellie; devoted son of Morgan and Nancy (nee Stanbery) Stover, passed away peacefully Oct. 8, 2017. Visitation: 5-8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 12. Funeral: 12 Noon, Friday all at Avance Funeral Home & Crematory,...

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