Conroy Funeral Home

George N. Huemmer

Private Service
HUEMMER, George N., 83, of Springfield, passed away February 11, 2020 in his home. He was born September 30, 1939 in Cincinnati the son of Leroy and Barbara (Lamping) Huemmer. He was a United States Navy veteran serving during the Korean Conflict from 1953 to 1957. George worked at Navistar as a laborer and welder for 28 years retiring in 1997. Much of his free time was spent playing golf in the Geritol group and the Bostick at Reid Park Golf Course. He was in the senior bowling league at Victory Lanes on Mondays and enjoyed going to the casinos. Other memberships include the Eagles #397, VFW #8673 and the Springfield Golf Association where he served as past President. Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Marciene (Miller); two sons and spouses, Kirt & Kathie Huemmer, Piqua and Keith & Tammy Huemmer, Mechanicsburg; three grandchildren, Erica, Trent and Evan and one brother, Roy & Nancy Huemmer, Cincinnati. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Karen Owens. The family would like to thank Ohio’s Hospice for all their wonderful care and support. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton in memory of George Huemmer. The family is being served by CONROY FUNERAL HOME.

Marciene so sorry for your loss. I know you and the family have lots of wonderful memories to reflect on. He will be greatly missed. I will always remember him. Please know that I send lots of LOVE, hugs and prayers for you and the family. Please share my love, hugs and prayers to Keith, Kurt and their families. Love you all!

- Janie Murphy, Saturday February 15th, 2020

Everyone will miss George. We enjoyed his fellowship. He was a gentleman and a golfer. The Geritol League sends condolences to the family.

- Richard Jenkins, Friday February 14th, 2020

Keith & Tammy, I'm sorry for this loss and share in your time of grief. Prayer for comfort and reflection. Grateful for George's military service for our country!

- Mike Hull, Thursday February 13th, 2020

Keith I know this time is very hard for your family right now but take comfort in knowing your dad is in a better place today. Know that the time you spent with him golfing was a real comfort to him as well spending time with his son. Praying for you and your family Randy

- Randy Forrest, Thursday February 13th, 2020

Sorry for your loss Marciene, we had some good times golfing and will certainly miss his smiling face at Reid Park.

- Dave Raber, Thursday February 13th, 2020

Marciene, kirt,& keith, sorry to hear about george. He will missed by missed by many. A good friend for around

- Dallas adkins, Thursday February 13th, 2020

George was a very good man, loyal husband and proud father. He always spoke to and treated me with respect. I admired his demeanor and was pretty impressed with his passion for golf. Rest In peace, George and know that you were highly thought of by all of us who knew you in your most successful life!

- Larry E. Spicer, Thursday February 13th, 2020

George will be missed by many. We were friends for 30 years. He and I had a great talk just last week that I will always remember along with our fun rounds of golf with Bostick and Pyles

- Dallas Adkins, Thursday February 13th, 2020

I am so sorry about George, a great friend of many years. Praying for the family.

- mike flora, Wednesday February 12th, 2020