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Wendell “Fuzz” Lomady 90, of Abington, PA, died on February 21, 2014, at Chapel Pointe Retirement Community, Carlisle, PA.  He was born on Sept. 1, 1923 in Salem, NJ, the son of the late Laura (Hamford) Lomady O’Conner and grew up in Philadelphia.

Wendell is survived by his wife of 62 years, Clara Schroth Lomady, children; Susan Lomady Martin and husband Joe of Carlisle, Nancy Lomady Schale and husband Ed of Shippensburg, Frederick Lomady and wife Maureen of Willow Grove and Judith Lomady Schreiber and husband George of Carlisle, sixteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Wendell served in World War II as a member of the US Coast Guard where he saw action in the Pacific.

He graduated from Penn State University. While attending, Wendell was part of the men’s gymnastic team and served as the Nittany Lion mascot in 1948-49. He earned his Master’s Degree from Temple University.  Wendell retired from Upper Dublin School District where he was a Health and Phys. Ed teacher, gymnastics coach, and PIAA official.  He also taught at Dobbins Technical and Thomas Edison High Schools in Philadelphia.

His hobbies included singing with the Abington Barbershop Chorus and in the Reformed Church of Willow Grove choir where he and his wife were long-time members and volunteers. He was a Penn Relay Official for more than 30 years and taught handicapped children to swim. At Sunny Willow and other swim clubs, “Fuzz” was swim team coach, swim instructor and manager where he enjoyed summers with his family and neighbors.     

Always full of jokes, humor, and laughter, he would inevitably brighten the day of each and every person he encountered.  He will be remembered by all who knew him as a man who was always giving his time, attention, and effort to others to make his community a better place. 

A memorial service to celebrate the life of “Fuzz” Lomday will be held on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. in the Reformed Church of Willow Grove, 1500 North Hills Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090.  Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, assisted the family with the arrangements.  Memorial contributions may be made to his church or to your favorite veteran’s charity.   



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Sue and Judy I was so sorry to hear of your father's passing. What an interesting life he had! Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

God Bless
Ginnie Baldwin
 Love Thoughts and Prayers to the family. I have the pleasure to know Judy and Sue from the Y swim class. May you be comforted knowing that so many care and are sending you wishes for comfort
Shirley Garrison
 I remember high school gym at Upper Dublin, even after many, many years.
Mr. Lomady was the greatest! All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Mark Bofinger, Class of '76
 what a fine man and teacher. because of him i passed a grade.
love u buzz for ever.
don cragg

One of the truly sensitive caring and capable teachers I have enjoyed working with!!

John E. Granozio
To Clara, and to all the Lomady family, let me add my message of love and sympathy. I will remember Fuzz fondly, as will all those who were privileged to know him.

Betty Schale (Ed's mother)
My condolences to the Lomady Family. Wendell was a wonderful person whom I had the pleasure to know during my teaching career at Abington High School.
Barry Friedman 
Wanted you all to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Your dad was an extraordinary man who exuded his love of God, family and life in his everyday life to all he met. I remember seeing him and your mom a few years ago when I was visiting with my mom at Reformed Church. He came right up to meet and gave me a great big hug in that old familiar way of his! He will be missed here on Earth, but he is now dwelling in his Heavenly Home with our Everlasting Lord!!! God bless you all.
Jocelyn Moore Thompson 
  I worked with Fuzz at Upper Dublin High School for many years. He always brightened everyone's day, and he made me laugh with his witty, fast and funny jokes! I am so sorry for your loss; he will be greatly missed by his UD friends, also.
 Adria Mednitsky 
 Fuzz and I taught together for years at Sandy Run Middle and UDHS. He and the "Lifeguards" brought joy and instruction to the Special studets at the pool. Always upbeat, professional, funny ...a class act everyday. Everyone who knew Fuzz will greatly miss him. God Bless.  
 Doug Roth
We are so sorry for your loss. We shared many funny moments with Fuzzy(especially at UD). With deep sympathy,
Ginny and Waune Cunningham 

My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with your family at this time. What a wonderful dad you had. May God surround you with his peace, love and comfort. Let your great memories carry you through the days ahead.

What a dear dear man. I will always remember his smiling, no, laughing face, because that is the face I always saw. God's blessings and peace on his family.

Jan Marcheski (retired UD teacher)

I remember Uncle Fuzz cheering me on at my band test at Sunny Willow in the late '60. then at Sandy Run teaching me my first back handspring! He was a great influence in the pool and gym. He will be missed.

Jeffrey Kerber

My thoughts and prayers to his family. I can not say enough about Mr Lomady, he changed my life, I feel so lucky to have had him in my life!! And I know I am not alone. Everyone loved him!

Siobhan Spear

Our Sympathy and Condolences to the family. We feel lucky & blessed to have been Mr. Fuzz's neighbor. The love he shared leaves much joy in our hearts.
God always knows best and has provided peace and eternal rest.

Al & Charmaine Larke

My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Lomady family. I always had great conversations with Mr. and Mrs. Lomady. I can picture Mr. Lomady judging swim meets and singing in the Barber shop quartet. He was a caring and generous man who gave all he had to others. He lives on within his son, daughters, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Kevin S. Marsden
 Mr. Lomady was a wonderful inspiration and great "coach" to all at Upper Dublin High. I am glad he lived a rich and full life. His humor and love for teaching all of us remains in our hearts.
Lisa Antonopoulos (Christie) Class of '76

Dear family, Please know that our prayers are with your family as you celebrate the wonderful, blessed life off your father....May the memories you have and the life you live be a testament to his influence and love. He is securely in the arms of Jesus comforted by His love.

Peace, the Piper family! Zack! Galen & Sue
 For Judy, deepest condolences on the passing of your wonderful father.
Please give me a call when you get a chance 610-220-8698.
Richard Shoulberg
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