Source: Citation Text: Grave Marker for Lamar Maynard, b. 9 Dec 1930, d. 14 Au
Page: Ref. No. 1756
Title: LDS Family Search, U.S. Social Security Death Index
Amos Williams Family
Page: Ref. No. 1756
Author: LDS Church
Publication: Name: Social Security Administration; Location: FamilySearch.org;
Note: Have copy of Birth Certificate SN:00922
Have copy of Marriage Certificate SN:00923 and 924
Have copy of Death Certificate SN:00925
Have copy of Obituary SN:00926
Lamar Maynard was my father. A pretty darn good one to me and my brother and sister. He was a great guy who loved to draw and was a successful architect and engineering draftsman. He served in the U.S. Navy for awhile, as did his father, and then so did I, and so did his granddaughter Tamera. He enjoyed camping and loved the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. He worked hard his whole life to provide for his family. In doing so we lived in Chattanooga, TN, Huntsville, AL, Rockledge, FL, Ballwin and near Pacific, MO where we lived the country life for a while. He lived a few years in Orange Co., CA before finally making his home in Clearwater, FL. He is missed very much by the family he left behind.
Obituary Lamar Maynard - St. Petersburg paper, 16 Aug 2001, Page ?
MAYNARD, LAMAR, 70, of Palm Harbor, died Tuesday (Aug. 14, 2001) at home. He was born in Knoxville, Tenn., and came here in 1979 from St. Louis. Previously he worked as a design engineer for Reflectone Inc., Tampa. He was a Navy veteran and Methodist. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Bettie J.; two sons, Richard L., Bayonet Point, and Robert W., Dallas; a daughter, Sandra Maynard Underwood, Tarpon Springs; a brother Asa, LaSalles, Ill; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
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