In memory of
Jon F. Lanier
In memory of
Jon F. Lanier
Jon F. Lanier, who lived the last 46 of his 79 years in Vestavia, AL, passed away on Oct. 11, 2020. Jon was born in Amite, LA, son of the late Lena and Jack Lanier I. He was preceded in death by his son Jack Lanier II. He is survived by his spouse, Susan Lanier, his daughter and her husband, Joni and Ben Nabors, and his three grandchildren, Geordie Nabors and Yvie and Sophia Lanier. He graduated from Louisiana State University in Electrical Engineering and achieved many personal and professional accomplishments as a clock repairman, electrician, and phone company executive. He loved music and played drums all his life. He was a lap for a cat, a devoted friend, and mentor to many-always ready to share some advice over a cold beer-always prepared with hand tools, a sly joke, and a grin. He gained pride and purpose from performing generous acts and spreading knowledge. Jon will be cremated and his ashes returned home to Amite. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. "And when comes the day of darkened shades and the smell of flowers, the tread of soft footsteps and the crunching of wheels in the yard-make the ceremony short and epitaph simple."
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In memory of
Jon F. Lanier
Jon F. Lanier, who lived the last 46 of his 79 years in Vestavia, AL, passed away on Oct. 11, 2020. Jon was born in Amite, LA, son of the late Lena and Jack Lanier I. He was preceded in death by his son Jack Lanier II. He is survived by his spouse, Susan Lanier, his daughter and her husband, Joni and Ben Nabors, and his three grandchildren, Geordie Nabors and Yvie and Sophia Lanier. He graduated from Louisiana State University in Electrical Engineering and achieved many personal and professional accomplishments as a clock repairman, electrician, and phone company executive. He loved music and played drums all his life. He was a lap for a cat, a devoted friend, and mentor to many-always ready to share some advice over a cold beer-always prepared with hand tools, a sly joke, and a grin. He gained pride and purpose from performing generous acts and spreading knowledge. Jon will be cremated and his ashes returned home to Amite. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. "And when comes the day of darkened shades and the smell of flowers, the tread of soft footsteps and the crunching of wheels in the yard-make the ceremony short and epitaph simple."
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