Thomas Anthony Lingeman
Tuesday 30th of July 1946 - Sunday 1st of August 2021
Second Presbyterian Church
460 E. Main St., Lexington, KY
833 West Main St., Lexington, KY
Second Presbyterian Church
460 E Main St., Lexington, KY
Thomas Anthony Lingeman, 75, was born in Detroit, Mich to Miriam & Frank Lingeman, joining Dick & Barbara as the baby brother. Tom was a graduate of U. of Detroit & had an MBA from U. of Chicago. He was married to Jackie Graves for 41 years. Their children are Dan (Anna) Lingeman & Katie Williams. Beloved grandchildren are Felix, Lilly & John. He was predeceased by parents, brother Dick & his wife Ann, & brother-in-law Ron Lepri.
Tom loved his family, his church, BSF & several small groups. He was an avid historian with a focus on Theodore Roosevelt. He took great joy in his grandchildren, friends, books, & cars as well as UK basketball. Tom served on the Hospice Board, in Prison Ministry, & was a trustee for his church. In his personal & professional life he was diligent, thoughtful, supportive, & loyal. He fought a courageous fight against cancer with great faith even to the final battle.
Service will be held at Second Presbyterian Church on Friday the 6th at 11 am with visitation preceding from 9 am to 11 am. Interment will be on Sat. the 7th at 10 am. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to Second Presbyterian or Bible Study Fellowship International
Jackie: I am sorry to hear about Tom passing. He was a good man . I always enjoyed talking to him on the way to UK basketball games with you and my dad. He was always into history .He liked getting puzzles at Christmas. He will be missed by everyone.R.I.P Tom
Jackie: We are deeply saddened by your loss of Tom....I am the unofficial secretary of the Austin Class of 1964 and will notify Tom’s high school classmates by e-mail of his passing....Warm Regards, Bud Casazza
Dear Jackie, I offer my sincere condolences and support to you and your family.
Susan Carole Pattonsays
We are so very sorry for the loss of Tom. Larry and I won't be there in person, but know that we will be thinking about all of you and send our love and condolences.
Barb and John Lutzsays
Dear Jackie and Family, We are so sad about Tom’s passing. He was such a great friend to John and me. We loved our annual adventures and John enjoyed catching up with Tom every few months. Tom was so proud of his family. He truly enjoyed just being with them. He lived his life with integrity, a deep spiritual passion, and a wonderful sense of humor. We wish we could be with you in person, but please know we are thinking about you every day and praying for grace and healing. You are part of our extended family. Love to you all, Barb and John
Nurse Jackie, my sympathy, good memories of you and Tom, Dan and Katie. Love to you and your family.