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Loren B. Lenz
1947 - 2009

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Loren Bruce LENZ. Born in Juneau, Alaska December 2, 1947 passed away on June 4, 2009, in the loving presence of his family. He was 61. Loren resided most of his life in SeaTac, Washington and was the caretaker of his parents. 

His dedication to his family was evident in every phase of his life. He was a devoted son, loving brother and proud Uncle. He was very excited that he was going to be a Great Uncle for the 30th time and told everyone he came across about his family and how much he loved them. 

He was the 3rd born of 6 children, and was the "Keeper" of our memories. Loren could recall every event of  importance and was a constant reminder of how important family is. Loren had a big heart and gave constantly to others. 

A lover of music, he played his car stereo loudly, and without inhibition. Loren was Alaskan Indian and was proud of his Tlingit-Athabascan heritage. 

He was a member of the ILWU Local 19 Union since 1967. He will be sorely missed in our family. This loss leaves an empty space that can never be filled. 

He told us he loved us everyday that we spoke with him, so there was never a doubt. We love you too Loren, and we will strive to be more like you. Thank you Loren, for all you have taught and given us through your life. 

The celebration of Loren's life will be held at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd, SeaTac on Saturday June 13, 2009 at 12:30 PM.


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