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Chapel of the Chimes Funeral Home & Cemetery

2601 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA

OBITUARY

Lucas Thomas Buchmann

December 3, 1996November 30, 2019
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Lucas Buchmann, age 22, passed away while at home over the weekend. He was born in Gilroy, CA on December 3rd, 1996 to Linda and Gerald Buchmann. He was a graduate of Montgomery High School, class of 2015. He was a foreman at National Storage Tank, a local and successful water tank construction business in Santa Rosa.

Throughout his life, he was an athlete. Lucas was an avid baseball player who wasn’t afraid of a challenge. He could always put a smile on anyone and everyone’s face, and he knew exactly how to do so. He loved being outdoors, whether it was the coast of Bodega or the coast of Kona, Hawaii. He had a natural ability to make anyone laugh and never failed to have a positive attitude. The impact he has had on the lives of others is immeasurable. He will be remembered by his sense of humor, sunny disposition, his loyalty, his passion, and above all his genuine kindness.

He is survived by his father, Gerald Buchmann; his mother, Linda Buchmann; his sisters, Sarah Buchmann, Jenny Asaro, and Kim Buchmann; and his aunts and uncles, David, Karen, Nancy, Robert, Margaret, and John.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 11 AM at Chapel of the Chimes Funeral Home, 2601 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95407.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 7, 2019

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Tracey and Mark Comin

December 7, 2019

Linda,

So sorry for your loss.. We will keep you and your family in ours prayers.

Tracey and Mark Comin

Kenny Houser

December 5, 2019

In high school Lucas used to park next to me every morning, never failed to make me laugh every time he pulled up with that old flatbed. He will be missed by many, rest easy buck

Nancy Nelson

December 4, 2019

Lucas was a great kid and friend to my grandson, Jacob. We had a wonderful trip to Arkansas, especially the boys, swimming, boating, tubing, fishing, target shooting, chasing an armadillo, and bringing a watermelon home on the airplane in a carry on bag. He and Jacob helped me clean out my husband's apartment, and they had great fun having electric scooter chair races in the parking lot, trying to do wheelies, and driving them down to Safeway. They loved going through the garage. to see what goodies they could find. Lucas, you will be missed greatly, may you have the time of your life in heaven, racing quads, playing baseball and etc.

Anthony Hill

December 4, 2019

Lucas was a great kid . He came out and played Baseball for my ROSETOWN RAYS.
HE WAS FULL OF JOY AND HE THREW THE BALL WITH INCREDABLE FORCE. HE WILL BE MISSED.
REGARDS
ANTHILL

Valerie Hall

December 4, 2019

Lucas and my grandson Jacob had a wonderful time here in Arkansas. They both fished and enjoyed the lake. We have good memories of Lucas.

Kimberly Buchmann

December 4, 2019

First game ball; September 28, 2005. ⚾️

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