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Lanny W. McCunePassing: June 15, 2020

Service:

Fairview Cemetery

Family Gathering

Visitation:

No Visitation

Cemetery:

Fairview Cemetery

Friday, June 19th

SEYMOUR – Lanny W. McCune, 76, passed away Monday, June 15, 2020, at his residence.

Born December 16, 1943, in Lawrence County, he was the son of Walter “Coonie” and  Mary Bonnie (Burton) McCune.  He married Minnie Lamb August 25, 1966.

Lanny retired from Seymour Redding Elementary School with 33 years of service.  He was a 1961 graduate of Huron High School and received a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University and his master’s degree from Indiana University.  Lanny loved the outdoors and golfing.  He enjoyed gardening and caring for his lawn.

Surviving:
wife,
Minnie McCune of Seymour
sister-in-law,
Kate McCune of Huntingburg
niece,
Carrie McCune of Huntingburg

His parents; brothers, Charles McCune and infant Randall Royce McCune; and nephew, Marty McCune, preceded him in death.

A family gathering was Friday morning at Fairview Cemetery in Orleans.  Pastor Charles Kilhorn officiated.

Memorial Gifts: Schenck Medical Center Hospice Care

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15 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Shawn Spray | http://Peyton, CO
    Date: June 23, 2020
    Mr. McCune was my 4th grade teacher and the best teacher I ever had. He would spend his own hard earned money to fund projects for us to spark our creativity and thought that were way beyond his requirements as a teacher. What a great man. He touched so many lives in his teaching career and I strive to leave half the legacy he did.
  2. Guest: Larry Burton | http://Seymour in.
    Date: June 22, 2020
    I have known Lanny and Minnie casually for many years and always been envious of there loving and friendly grace. Recently Lanny and I bonded over finding we were related from several generations ago. It was one of those proud moments when you find that you have the same blood bond with someone who is so friendly caring and giving. Thank you Lanny for this wonderful sharing and I will miss hearing hey cuz at breakfast deeply. Congratulations Minnie on having the opportunity to spend so much life with such a fine gentleman and my condolences
  3. Guest: Kevin Carter | http://Little Elm, TX
    Date: June 22, 2020
    Mr. McCune was my 4th grade elementary teacher and they just don’t make teachers like him any more. Many years after I grew older and graduated high school and later college he always would stop and say hi to me and my family when he Would see me. He was kind, a great teacher, and a person you wanted to bump into. My favorite memory was Mr. McCune taking us to his garden to plant a vegetable and watch it grow for science. Unfortunately, mine was a radish but I still loved the experience. Many prayers to you Minnie and the rest of the family during this difficult time. The Carter Family.
  4. Guest: Joyce Bannister | http://Seymour, Ind.
    Date: June 21, 2020
    So sorry for your loss. I had Mr. McCune as my forth grade teacher, he was my favorite, he was really nice and lots of patient.
  5. Guest: Katrina A. Oberlies | http://UNION
    Date: June 21, 2020
    To the family of Mr. McCune. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Mr. McCune was one of my all time favorite teachers. My mother and father also highly respected him as a teacher for myself and my siblings. He is also one of the teachers that influenced me to become a teacher and one that I modeled myself after and wanted to be like when I became a teacher. He was such an amazing man.
  6. Guest: Gary Myets | http://Seymour, IN
    Date: June 20, 2020
    Minnie, Please accept my sincere condolences. Lanny was a wonderful person whom I respected and enjoyed as a friend. I will miss seeing his smiling face around the golf course. May your memories and faith comfort you. G.
  7. Guest: Wally McLeod | http://st. thomas on
    Date: June 20, 2020
    Dear: Minnie: So, sorry to hear of Lanny's passing fond memories of our time at Maple Leaf on the golf course and at social functions. May he rest in peace and may God bless you at this difficult time. Wally and Marg McLeod, St. Thomas Ontario
  8. Guest: Rick & Linda Chapman | http://Mitchell
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Minnie, We were so sorry to hear that Lanny had passed away. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Rick has shared many memories of their childhood days and more.
  9. Guest: George F Habenicht | http://Seymour
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Lanny, was my 4th grade teacher at old Redding. He is my favorite teacher of all time. I still remember how we hatched chicken eggs, he also would put all of our Math Facts on the windows with water paint. He is the reason I became and Elementary teacher. Sorry for your loss.
  10. Guest: Jim Weaver | http://Flowery Branch, GA
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Minnie, I always enjoyed being around Lanny (and you) at the old bank parties--he always had such a great sense of humor. I am so sorry!
  11. Guest: Suzann Sorensen (Malone) | http://Seymour Ind
    Date: June 19, 2020
    He will be missed! I had him as a teacher at Redding Elementary! He was the most amazing teacher and cared and helped us when we struggled! I pray that god puts his hand on this family and finds peace and comfort though this difficult time. Rest In Peace till we meet again!
  12. Guest: Cathy (Johnson) WILCOXEN | http://SPRINGFIELD, MO
    Date: June 19, 2020
    the McCunes were neighbors of ours in Huron. Coonie and my Dad were very good friends. So sorry for your loss.
  13. Guest: Lori Krumme Rollins | http://Seymour, Indiana
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Minnie and family. So sorry to hear about Mr. McCune. Of course, I have to call him that since he was my fourth grade teacher. Loved seeing him once in awhile around town. He always knew who I was. And he had my son in class also.. and he remembered that. Sure will miss seeing him. Prayers for all of you.
  14. Guest: Jamie Armes | http://Seymour, IN
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Minnie, We are saddened to hear about Lanny. We will miss seeing him walking with you around the neighborhood! My girls and I enjoyed seeing & talking with him as we walked passed your beautiful home! Our condolences & prayers are with you Minnie. Lanny is now walking around his beautiful home in Heaven. : ) Jamie, Kelli & Marie (One road over from yours)
  15. Guest: Barry and Linda Melloncamp | http://Vallonia
    Date: June 19, 2020
    Minnie, Our sincere and deep sympathy and your loss. We pray that God comfort and console you!
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