Condolence & Memory Journal

Lavon,

Raymond and I are so sorry for your loss. I remember when you and Fred came to visit my mother in the nursing home in Waco. He officiated at my mother's funeral. (Selma Mulsow) I just found out of his passing from Barbara Kaspar this past week at quilting. Sending prayers and hugs.


Jane Mulsow Teske

Posted by A friend   February 13, 2019

Remembering Pastor Neumann for many milestones: he confirmed me as an adult, officiated my wedding and baptized Curt, my older son. He was a life-long friend of the family and always humored me.
I think he coined this phrase, "He who drinks a 5th on the Fourth (reference to July) shall not come forth on the Fifth."
May God's peace reside with Lavon, Stephen & Jacque, Butch, John & Lexi and the entire Neumann family.

Posted by Jen Offen - Temple, TX   February 09, 2019

we are sad about his passing a great man an pastor may god bless hiss family always

Posted by brenda basore basore basore - Pflugerville, TX - Friend   February 03, 2019

Pastor Neumann was special to me. He became our Pastor at St. Paul when I was 14 yrs. old. He officiated at my wedding and baptized both of my sons. He was so kind to me and helped me through some difficult times. I will always remember him fondly. I am so sorry for the family's loss. My prayers and condolences to and for you all.

Posted by Jeannie Fickel - Liberty Hill, TX   February 03, 2019

My heart is saddened to learn of Pastor Neumann's passing. Pastor Neumann was a huge person in the lives of my 3 siblings and myself. He was there for us when our mother passed away at a young age in 1984. We were 12, 10, 4 and 3 at the time. He officiated the funeral for my father who passed away almost 2 years ago. He was a strong supporter of my father as he was readying himself to attend the Seminary in St. Louis, MO as a single father of 4 children. God bless Lavon and his family as they go through this difficult time. Pastor Nuemann will truly be missed but my memories of him will remain with me always.

Posted by Eric Johnson - Broken Arrow, OK - Friend   February 03, 2019

My Pastor for so many years, my friend, also. Such a kind and caring man. He possessed a wonderful sense of humor and great intelligence. He helped so many people through the years and truly lived a life of service. My love to Lavon and all of the family.

Posted by Mary Lou Lane - Austin, TX - Friend   February 03, 2019

We were so sorry to hear about Fred. We will miss his wit and Don will miss the breakfast meetings with him. We know he is at peace now and in a wonderful place.

Posted by Don and Janell Hatley - Wilmington, NC - Friend   February 02, 2019

A good man, a good pastor, a good friend. He was patient, caring, and joyful. My sympathy to the family.

Posted by Roy Bohrer - Austin, TX   January 29, 2019

I'll miss his crazy wit, his wisdom, and his Christian compassion.
Former classmate David Melber

Posted by A friend   January 28, 2019