Martin Henry Lohaus

5 enero , 193414 octubre , 2020

Martin Henry Lohaus, 86, of Blossom, was called home by his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on October 14, 2020. Services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17th, at Bright-Holland Funeral Home with Rev. Naveen Nischal of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow in Knights of Honor Cemetery at Blossom. Martin was born South of Cushing, Oklahoma to parents Henry & Martha Lohaus in Lincoln County on January 5, 1934. He graduated from 8th grade at Lone Oak School in Lincoln County in 1948 and decided to do the farming of the home place instead of furthering his education. Martin was a lifelong member of the Lutheran Church, L. C. M. S. and remained a lawful, faithful member and served as an Elder, Treasurer, Financial Secretary, Sunday School Teacher & Trusty. In 1950 his father sold the farm south of Cushing, Oklahoma and moved to a farm he purchased west of Paola, Kansas and being of the home Martin moved also and did the farming there a couple of years before going to work off the farm, after several jobs in June of 1953 he went to work for Fluor Corporation and spent 35 + years with them at various job titles. On April 8, 1956 Marin married, the love of his life, Barbara Ann Hasty whom he had been dating for a long time. Martin’s hobbies involved reading, carving all types of wood work, grilling, hunting and dearly loved traveling in an RV. They’d only been married 30 days when Martin received his notice to report for active duty with Uncle Sam on May 17, 1956. His tour of duty consisted of basic training at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, 8 weeks of Schooling at Fort Chaffee. On graduation he was transferred to Fort Lee, Virginia for 6 weeks of school at the quartermaster school. When leaving there he was transferred to Fort Bliss, Texas at El Paso, Texas where his wife joined him. He was assigned to the supply for the Guided Missile department where he finished his active duty and being discharged on May 18, 1958. Martin and his wife Barbara returned to Paola, and after a short vacation he reported back to work with Fluor. Martin’s job relocated to Deer Park, Texas in 1971 and he decided to move with them. Then in 1984, Martin was sent to Stockton, California on temporary assignment and from there he and his wife decided he would quit, Martin & Barbara then went to work building Custom Cabinets by referral only under the company of B & M Custom Woodworking. After 10 years, in 1995, Martin & Barbara relocated to Rural Route Blossom in retirement and remodeled the house they bought and Barbara got her custom cabinets. Barbara passed away in 2018 from Small Cell Cancer and Martin remained a widower. He was preceded in death by his wife Barbara, parents Henry & Martha Lohaus, in-laws Robert & Ruby Hasty, brothers Lawrence and Walter Lohaus, sister Margaret Louise Lohaus, brothers-in-law Lary Hamline, Edison Parker, Jr., Marvin Sander, Arnold Rentz, and sisters-in-law, Hilda and Evelyn Lohaus. Survivors include his brother Richard K. Lohaus & wife Ruth, sisters Henryetta Sander, Katherine Parker and Leona Rentz, along with numerous nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Casket bearers will be Kenn Meeske, Chuck James, Dale Hunold, Chase Hunold, Jeff Morrison and Jerry Patton. Honorary bearers will be Darrell Mischka, John James, Ron Holm and John Berry.


  • Kenn Meeske
  • Chuck James
  • Dale Hunold
  • Chase Hunold
  • Jeff Morrison
  • Jerry Patton
  • Darrell Mischka, Honorary Bearer
  • John James, Honorary Bearer
  • Ron Holm, Honorary Bearer
  • John Berry, Honorary Bearer
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  • Visitation

    sábado, 17 octubre , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    sábado, 17 octubre , 2020

  • Interment

    sábado, 17 octubre , 2020



Martin Henry Lohaus


Darrell Mischka

16 octubre , 2020

RIP my old friend. I will alwas cherish the friendship we had

Kristy Archer

15 octubre , 2020

Martin had such a wonderful sweet soul . For years I waited on him and his wife at weezys and oh how they loved each other ... after she passed away we would set and talk about their life together when he would come in and eat .. . it was wonderful to hear their stories they shared together... also martin always reminded me of a older version of my dad and everytime he would come into weezys .. it would make me smile and I always felt like my dad was with me that day ... martin will be truly missed


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