Cyril H. “C.H.” Lammers

Cyril H. “C.H.” Lammers

Cyril H. “C.H.” Lammers, age 50, of Dubuque, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at his home. To celebrate C.H.’s life, private family services were held at Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main Street. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

C.H. was born on February 28, 1970, in Dubuque, Iowa, son of John G. “Jack” and Carol (Wissel) Lammers.

C.H. attended school at Bryant Elementary and graduated from Wahlert High School. He went on to attend the University of Wisconsin Platteville, and earned his Masters in Psychology from Loras College. C.H. was an avid reader and he loved spending time at the ocean. He was a self proclaimed scuba lover, shark enthusiast and tabletop role playing game lover. He had a great love of animals and adored his cat “Cricket”. We are deeply saddened at the sudden loss of C.H. in our daily lives, but know that he is now free of all of the health challenges he has battled so bravely these past years.

Those left to cherish C.H.’s memory include

his mother,
Carol Lammers, Dubuque, IA;

and several aunts and cousins.

C.H. was preceded in death by his father, John “Jack” Lammers; and his grandparents.

C.H.’s family would like to thank the outstanding nurses and staff of Tri-State Dialysis for all of the wonderful care and friendship they have provided C.H. Also special thanks to all of the 1st responders who came to the house on Tuesday, your kindness and support were appreciated more than you will ever know.

The family will thankfully receive your support through phone calls, greeting cards and memorials in C.H.’s memory which may be mailed to Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001, Attn. Cyril “C.H.” Lammers Family.


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7 condolences for Cyril H. “C.H.” Lammers
  1. Will Thompson says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. It’s been many years since I’ve seen or talked to CH, but I have lasting memories that will last a lifetime.

  2. Susan Troy says:

    I met Cyril as his teacher in a psychology class at NICC. He always sat right up front and challenged me every step of the way. I loved his insights and his sense of humor and we became friends when he moved on to further his education. He was one of the sharpest thinkers I’ve ever met and at the same time, had so much insight into the nature of human beings. We never lost touch and he continued to follow my career as I followed his. His support of me was unwavering,and I could not ask for a more dear friend. Heaven has gained a true angel and I will look for his light among the stars.

  3. Maureen Sullivan says:

    CH was the best man at our wedding. He was a childhood and close friend of my husband. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your world and a memory in mine.

    Somewhere over the rainbow..way up high…

    Until we meet again!

  4. Mark McDonald says:

    I knew CH from high school he always seemed to smiling..may the good Lord welcome him with open arms and may he provide comfort and peace to his family.

  5. Chris O'Connell says:

    I want to express my sympathy at this sad time.

  6. Amy Denlinger-Miller says:

    I have thought about what to say here – to offer a moment of peace to the family. But words can not express how much CH and the memories of our crazy group in high school meant to me. He was genuine- he was true- no matter how much time passed he was always a quiet friend. I loved him and all of his family. You are all amazing and in no way deserve the sadness CH’s passing has caused you. Find comfort in knowing he meant the world to many people and impacted the world through his kind gentle heart. All my love

  7. Dr. Kristine Melloy says:

    Dear Carol,
    We are so sorry to hear that your dear so C.H. died. Please be consoled and comforted with your memories of your life together.
    In sympathy,
    Kris and Steve Melloy

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