Lloyd Gene Lammey

Specialist Four
Army of the United States
22 December 1946 - 18 February 1968
Memphis, TN
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The database page for Lloyd Gene Lammey

13 Nov 2002

Lloyd Gene Lammey died 18 Feb 1968 in Pleiku.
He left behind a wife and a young daughter.

A memorial initiated by his cousin,
Davin H. Lammey

17 Jan 2003


by his daughter,
Jana Lammey Ward
13 Mar 2004

I was a childhood friend of Gene Lammey and the Lammey family of the Frayser-Westside area of Memphis, Tenn. I spent many a day hanging out at the Lammey household and running around with Gene and James. Sneaking rides on the horse across the street from my house, playing football down by the Harvester plant, hanging around school or the baseball/football fields behind the school. Going to parties, chasing girls, and being a bunch of typical Frayser kids.

Gene Lammey was my good friend, a person I grew up with and always liked, admired and loved. I considered the Lammey's part of my family as they welcomed me with open arms and let us kids play and enjoy doing the things kids do. Gene was an easygoing guy with a infectious, mischievous smile and the world was a better place for having known him.

I would love to hear from anyone who could put me in contact with the rest of the Lammey family, especially James and his mom, since it's been over 30 years since I've had news of the Lammey family.

I can be reached at trust@yifan.net or r_t2@yahoo.com or talas1@earthlink.net .

Anyone who can put me in contact with the family, please write me.

I would also love to hear from any of the neighborhood and Westside people.

From a neighborhood and school friend of Gene and James Lammey, Good People!!,
formerly of 3164 Harvester St, the corner of Marsh and Harvester Lane, Memphis, Tenn.

Ronnie Taylor
354 Green Valley Road, Scotts Valley, Ca 95066

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