Jonathan T. Lanman May 7 1956 - November 3, 2009.
NASHUA, NH Jonathan T. Lanman, 53, passed away on November 3, at
his home in Nashua, NH. He leaves behind four children, Katherine, of
Portland ME, Theodore, of Somerville MA, Maxime, of Utrera, Spain and
Sofia, of Scarborough ME. He also leaves two brothers, Peter C. Lanman,
of Antrim NH and Theodore J. Lanman of Sutton MA.
Jonathan was born in Worcester, MA on May 7, 1956 to Theodore W.
Lanman and Julia B. (Crawford) Lanman, of Webster, MA He graduated
Lexington High School Lexington High School may refer to:
and pursued a career as a professional
Photographer. Early on he worked in the high-tech electronics industry
creating special effects special effects, in motion pictures, cinematographic techniques that create illusions in the audience's minds as well as the illusions created using these techniques. photography for his clients. As digital
photography became popular, Jonathan was quick to join the digital
market. His expertise kept him busy in the catalog sales industry.
- Lexington High School — Lexington, Alabama
- Lexington High School — Lexington, Illinois
- Lexington High School — Lexington, Massachusetts
- Lexington High School — Lexington, Missouri
Jonathan will be remembered for his love of his children and his
jolly laugh. His caring for others brought joy to many, and he will be
dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
The funeral will be held at the Portland Club The Portland Club is a London card-playing game club, the recognized authority on the games of whist and bridge. It is reputedly the oldest bridge club in the world. Founded some time before 1815 as the Stratford Club, it was given its present name in 1825. , 156 State Street in
Portland, ME at 11:00 AM on November 11, 2009, burial of his ashes to
follow at Black Point Cemetery in Scarborough, Maine.