Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Benjamin E. Toomey
Ben was always a wonderful friend and mentor for many including myself! He will be missed greatly!!
Although we know that Ben is praising our Lord right now, we are still sad at his leaving. Having served Ben at Kiwanis for many years and then for the last 5 years at Perkins I have gotten to know his kindness and gentle heart quite well. I will miss your smile my friend. May God hold your family in His loving arms.
Brian and Vicki Vandergrift
Sorry to hear about Mr. Toomey u were my favorite third grade teacher and u were the best music teacher u guys always had smiles on your faces when I seen you both out and about
With deepest Sympathy
My sincere sympathy to LaRou and family with the loss of Ben. He was such a nice guy and always had a friendly greeting at church. Betty K junk
betty k junk
To Laroux, Lee Anne & Lori,
It is with both a heavy heart & a happy heart that I compose this message. Heavy because the world has lost a very good man, and a gentleman that I truly enjoyed being around. A happy heart knowing that he is in a better place where he so richly deserves to be. I can remember the 1st day that Ben walked thru my door, looking for a little investment advice. And what started out as a client relationship very quickly turned into a true friendship. As I got to know Ben better, I came to realize that he was many things, and justifiably proud of all of them. A husband, father, grandfather, businessman, veteran, musician, Christian, Mason, Kiwanian, and most importantly to me, a friend. I sat with Ben at almost every Kiwanis meeting, and always enjoyed his happy demeanor, wit and wisdom. I got to enjoy his trumpet skills (a talent I had in my younger years) when he played in the little combo the Kiwanis put together. And yes Laroux, I recall your piano playing at Christmas parties. Ben was always quick to volunteer in any way that he could to help others, because he had a huge heart. He was very proud of all of his grandkids, and would often update us on their latest accomplishments. Ben's passing has created a hole in many lives, and you have my sincere sympathy and condolences. Let us fill that hole with the memories and happiness that he gave to all of us.
Dear Mrs. Toomey,
I am sorry to learn of your husband's passing. He was a very good man, I have had the fortune to sit in lodge with him many times.
My sympathy for loss
Charles Davis- Pauline Davis's son
Charles L Davis