Lear Gerald Hummel

Sep 2, 1933 - Aug 7, 2015


Funeral Home:
East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary
9189 E. Stockton Blvd
Elk Grove, CA
US 95624


  • John and Patty Bordner and family of Dillsburg, PA says:

    The Bordner family would like to express our condolences and pray that Uncle Lear’s loved ones will find comfort in knowing that he is still with us because his spirit will live on in our hearts and their hearts. We know that Uncle Lear is now with Aunt Lu Lu in heaven. He is also with our Mom, Pearl Cover, and our Dad, Herbert Cover and also with his Mom, Mary. He is now resting in peace.

  • Ken & Mitzi Cover says:

    The Ohio Covers send our condolences to family and loved ones. Junior (Lear) and I shared the same birthday, Sept. 2nd, 15 years apart. I was his 1st nephew and I remember good times together when I was young. When he got out of the marines, about 1953, he had a black 49 or 50 Ford coupe and he would take me to get ice cream. I thought that was the greatest. Through the years, we didn’t get to see each other as often as we should have but I always will have those fond memories of him and Lulu. They are now together again. Love to both

  • Carol Strahosky says:

    The Strahoskys would like to send our condolences to family and friends and loved ones of Lear Hummel or better known to family as Uncle Jo Jo. I am sorry we could not be there to share in his life at his funeral services, but luckily my brother, Brad and his daughter Miranda could. I am so glad that they could go, but wish that we could have been there also. I have fond memories of him and Aunt Lu Lu when I was a little girl. Aunt Lu Lu taught me a little French. I will always have both trips out there in mind where my roommate, Janet Buterbaugh and my brother, Brad were able to go with me. I was very fortunate that my Uncle Jo Jo and Aunt Lu Lu were in good shape at those times and took us sight seeing. One thing that I can’t forget is how Uncle Jo Jo wanted me to come live there. I got to talk to him here and there, but I was especially lucky that my son, Shawn got to speak with him, but was hoping to go see him with his friend, Alex who was looking forward to talking to Uncle Jo Jo about his time in the Marines and the Air Force. I will miss him, but have comfort in knowing that he is with some of the people who he loved (his mother, Mary, my mother, Pearl and dad, Herbert Cover and especially his wife Aunt Lu Lu. We hope to see and meet the people that he left behind some day Christopher and Kris. Uncle Jo Jo we love you, but are at piece that you are finally at rest. Love the Strahoskys, Carol, Bob and Shawn.

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