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1943 James 2021

James Lehne

May 14, 1943 — August 27, 2021

James Alvin Lehne (Jim), 78, of Center Point, Texas, passed away on August 27 in Kerrville, Texas. He was born in San Antonio to Alvin Charles Lehne and Meta Dietz Lehne on May 14, 1943. He married Maudy Koenig Lehne on February 14, 1986. He went to school at Jefferson High School in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1965, with a bachelor's in Industrial Distribution. He was a member of the Aggies Corps of Cadets in the E1 Unit. He worked for Armco Steel Corporation until the demise of the steel industry. He then moved to San Antonio and worked for Industrial International Incorporated. Shortly after that, he and Maudy started their own company called Contractor Specialties and Supply which continues to operate under daughter Carla Coan. Jim Lehne was preceded in death by his parents, A.C. Lehne and Meta Dietz Lehne, and his brother Charles Lehne. As members of the Lutheran Church, Jim accepted Christ through confirmation. Survivors include his wife Maudy Lehne and daughter, Carla Coan married to Mike Coan with children Kendall Coan and Garrett Coan; his son James Kyle Lehne married to wife Kathy and their children, Karly Boyd, Kelsy Lehne and Kash Lehne and his daughter Audra Lehne Stephen and her husband Will Stephen with children Zachary Stephen and Zane Stephen. He loved his seven grandchildren, as well as his brother's family who reside in Fredericksburg, Texas. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 pm, Tuesday August 31st , at Grimes Funeral Chapels with Maudy's cousin, Thomas O. Warner, officiating. Burial will follow at Center Point Cemetery. Reception to follow at the river house. Pallbearers will be Garrett Coan, Brian Lehne, Kash Lehne, Morris Mitchell, Zachary Stephen and Zane Stephen. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the FORCE Foundation (facingourrisk.org) in honor of his daughter Audra and her late mother Martha Ann True, to help improve the lives of individuals and families facing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Donations may also be made to The Trump Foundation to save America. The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the countless doctors and nurses including Dana Earney and family, who went above and beyond to show compassion and love to our family. Sign Guestbook>> 14 Condolence(s) Fran Mirenda Spring, TX Tuesday, August 31, 2021 Sending loving prayers to the Lehne and Stephen families on your father's loss. I had the privilege of meeting your beloved father several times. Mr. Lehne had a big heart and his love for his beautiful family had no bounds. Eternal peace and blessings to your precious father. God bless you all. All our love, The Mirenda Family Trudy Gillespie Dumas, TX Tuesday, August 31, 2021 Aunt Maudy I am praying for you and the family. I know Jim will be greatly missed. Thankful for the years y'all had and all the memories. Love and prayers. ߙϰߏۯ߽'� William O'Donnell Kerrville, TX Tuesday, August 31, 2021 Dear Maudy, I am so saddened by the news about Jim. It goes without saying, I think,that He and I had a wonderful friend/patient connection during our tim.. his sense of humor, hilarious obstinacy, our jabbing Longhorn/Aggie disputes,,challenging questions and thoughts, and his support of me. You both were one of the reasons that I had so much fun practicing medicine. I needed more like you and less of my crazies. I miss our visits friendship most of all. What was completely evident was his love and commitment and concern for you. Despite his occasional stubbornness with which we quite all too familiar, , his acceptance of his medical problems , his spiritual connection with Gd and peace of a life well lived was amazing. I pray for strength and love and comfort for you during this time and days ahead. Pick up the phone and call me anytime if you just want to chat or need a pep rally or tell me an Aggie joke. I'm comforted Knowing the gym is having a grand old time and free from all his medical problems and pain blessings to you and your family and Jim forever more. With love, Dr O. Dennis R. Glenewinkel Class '65 Kerrville, TX Tuesday, August 31, 2021 My sincere condolences on the loss of Jim. Sheryl Speelman The Woodlands, TX Tuesday, August 31, 2021 I am a friend of Audra and Will Stephen, and Zane's Piano Teacher. The honor and reverence Audra and Family have for their father and grandfather do him Credit. He is much loved and will be equally missed. Love and prayers from the Speelman Family (Sheryl, Joe, Geoff and Kat) to yours. Ken and Judy Flint and family Boerne, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 Our sincere condolences on the loss of sweet Jim. We have known you both for many years and we have shared so much laughter and happy times. Jim will be missed but always remembered for his kindness and the love he had for his family. We will continue to keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers Maude! Tom & Anne Swisher Tomball, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 I will miss Jim's friendship greatly. We met after I moved to Texas in 1974. We both worked for Armco Steel Corporation at that time. Our friendship extended beyond our work. We both left Armco around the same time and went our separate ways, but our friendship continued. We always managed to stay in touch and see each other at industry conferences often. Anne and I send our sincere thoughts and prayers to Maud and the Lehne family. Our sincere Sympathy, Tom & Anne Matt Swisher Houston, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 I'll always remember fondly and hilariously the time I got to share with Jim and my dad. He always offered a unique perspective to the world and those tread upon it! So glad he is at peace and no doubt will have the best seats known to mankind for EVERY A&M football game! Gig'em Jim and love to your family! Jason Sanchez San Antonio, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 I worked for Jim along with my cousin Rudy,he was a kind and generous boss.I can't believe he's gone he'll truly be missed thoughts and condolences to the family. Candi King Spring, TX Monday, August 30, 2021 My heart is broken. He became a dear friend from the first time we spoke. Such a generous and caring man. Fly high my dear friend; until we meet again! Gig'em! Glenda Lackey Center Point, TX Sunday, August 29, 2021 Mandy I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm always here for you. Sorry I can't make it Ana and Louis Dewenter Spring, TX Sunday, August 29, 2021 We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your f family during these difficult times . I remember meeting your father for the first time at the Aggie's vs LSU football game. He was the life of the party. Loved his wit and his gracious hospitality! I know that his family will miss him much . May God bless you and your family . Love , Dewenter family Sheena A Bass (widow of Paul Bass) Pointblank, TX Sunday, August 29, 2021 My sincere condolences Maudy and family, My heart breaks yet again for the loss of another member of E1 all in the space of 10 months. They are doubtless together again retelling stories of their Aggie experiences. Time does not heal the loss, it just makes it easier to bear. Take comfort from one another. Sorry I cannot attend in person but I shall be with you in spirit. God Bless. Donation sent to Trump Make America Great PAC 2021. George Jay Coffey Mesa, Sunday, August 29, 2021 My condolences to the family, may you find comfort in your many wonderful memories and in the loving support of God and family. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 Service

Funeral Service
Grimes Funeral Chapels-Kerrville
728 Jefferson St.
Kerrville, TX  78028
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
2:00 PM

Cemetery

Center Ponit Cemetery
Center Point, TX  78010

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