Terry David BumannMemorial Service for former Lamar resident, Terry D. Bumann, of Canon City, CO were held at 10:00 AM, Friday, June 13, 2008 at the Peacock Family Chapel with Pastor Mark Viar of the Lamar Redeeming Love Church officiating. Interment of the ashes followed at Fairmount Cemetery.
Terry was born April 24, 1943 at Lamar, Colorado to Joseph A. and Anna R. (Klopfenstine) Bumann and passed away at his home in Canon City from an apparent heart attack on June 8, 2008 at the age of 65.
Terry is survived by his with Kay Bumann of the family home in Canon City. His children; Jace (Starla) Bumann of Pueblo, CO, Jaymie (Steve Turner) Bumann of Canon City, CO, and Lynetta (Jack) Beech of South Lake, TX. He is also survived by his grandchildren; Alyssa, Marissa, Sean, Joseph, Aidan, Clifton, Peyton and Drew as well as his sisters Joan Cooper and Helen Jones both of Lamar.
|We are sorry to hear of your loss. We worked with Terry for several years at Neoplan. Terry truly expressed and talked about his love for his wife, his children, his grandchildren, his sisters, and his mother-in-law you all where the apple of his eye. We enjoyed many vists with him at work. If we can be of any assitance in any way just give us a call. We pray that the comfort of the Holy Spirit will be with you all. John and Bernice Bellomy |
|Terry Bumann Kay, how sadden I was to read on the net about Terry's passing. Your aunt Ann Camp once told me how fond she was of Terry. I e-mailed the Knack's, since they are traveling. I believe the last time you and I saw one another was eleven years ago when you and I helped load the Knack's moving van. Years have passed between us but I have never forgotten you when we all attended Redeeming Love Church. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Ed DePiesse |
Kay and family, we are very sorry to hear of Terry's passing, we knew him from Neoplan and I also enjoyed working with you as the useful public service person in the treasurer's office. Our prayers are with you all.
Dan and Jean Reifschneider
|Kay and family: I was so saddened to hear of Terry's passing. I worked with him for 20 yrs. at Neoplan and he drove many, many bus test drives for clients and I was usually part of the group. My husband, Chuck (who is deceased) and I worked with Terry's father, Joe, at Lamar Light & Power for lots of years as well. Terry was a good guy and I enjoyed knowing him. My sons, Tyce Light and Chad Surprise, also send their condolences. Both knew him well from their Neoplan days. I remember how proud Terry was to coach his grandaughters in softball. My prayers and sincere sympathy to all of you. If I can help in any way, please do not hesitate to give me a call. Joyce Surprise, former Neoplan Sales Manager (retired) |
|to the family of terry bumann.We are sorry for the lost and hope things will get better. your friends an his mike zimmerman, ginger wright, shirly hasty, an the hall family rusty, jackie,gary jasmine , ashley an baby jenna |
|So sorry for the loss of Terry. He was a very nice man and a great softball coach. Our condolences. Rudy, Mona and Robyn Marquez |
|Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Kay, If we can do anything, please let us know. All our love, Pat and Cindy Waldrip |