Dennis J. Lehman, 64, of Ransom Twp., entered into eternal rest Thursday, Sept. 23, at Allied Hospice Center. His life was cut short after a hard-fought battle with sarcoma.
Born in Scranton, he was the youngest son, born to the late Stanley and Elizabeth Kalasky Lehman. Dennis lived his entire life on the family farm in Ransom Twp., graduating from Abington Heights High School in 1975 and receiving his associate degree in automotive technology from Johnson College of Technology. Dennis was a member of Prince of Parish, Old Forge, and before the consolidation, he was a longtime member of St. Stanislaus Church, Old Forge.
He was employed for 43 years in the service department at Hesser Chevrolet and was a certified "Mr. Goodwrench." His entire career was at Hesser Chevrolet, and he always gave his best to satisfy every customer. Every weekend and every night, Dennis would work on the family farm and his calling and passion was working on cars and farm tractors. He was especially fond of his extended family and was always thrilled to give rides on the tractor and go-cart. Everyone will miss his loving and caring spirit, his gentle demeanor, and his willingness to help others.
Surviving are two brothers, Stanley and wife, Anna Mae, Ransom Twp.; Joseph, New Holland; a sister-in-law, Jayne, Milford; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Jerome, on March 7, 2021.
A private blessing service as held on Thursday in the Semian Funeral Home, LLC, 704 Union St. Taylor by the Rev. August Riccardi. Interment was in St. Stanislaus Cemetery, Old Forge. Pallbearers Ken, Serge, Kevin and Matthew Lehman, Nephews; Chester and Tom Chickey, Cousins
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