Howard Lampe

August 27, 1927 ~ June 28, 2023 (age 95) 95 Years Old
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Dr. Howard Lampe passed away June 28, 2023. Howard lived a long and vibrant life.  He served in the Army and continued  to college then Chiropractic college.   He had an impressive 74 years dedicating his life to helping others and making a difference in people’s lives.  Howard will be remembered for is generosity, empathy and profound impact he had on the lives of those he touched. He provided care and comfort to countess individuals reaching out who had not found relief elsewhere. His commitment to his profession and passion for healing inspired many.

Beyond his work Howard embraced a love for nature. He enjoyed spending time outdoors cherishing moments hunting and fishing. Theses hobbies brought him joy and allowed him to connect with the world around him.  Remembering a remarkable soul who possessed extraordinary gift of nurturing life from soil. With his green thumb he tended to the garden coaxing forth an abundance of vibrant vegetables that flourished under his care.  His generosity knew no bounds as he shared the fruits of his labor‘s with many spreading not just produce but also happiness and connection his legacy lives through the bountiful harvest he cultivated and the memories he sewed in the hearts of all those who known him.  A passionate hunter he embodied self sufficiency and a deep connection with nature he skillfully hunted  the bounty of the land. His legacy lives on in the wilderness he cherished and the skills he imparted , ensuring that his spirit continues to thrive through the land he hunted.  

Howard was a masterful fisherman who  loved  the water. Every week he cast his line into the depths of the ocean skillfully reeling in bountiful catches that he gladly shared with many.  His fishing expeditions we’re not just about the thrill of the catch but about the joy of sharing his bounty and forging connections. Through his actions he taught us the beauty of giving and the art of creating lasting bonds as we honor his memory.

Howard was an active member of the Doylestown Masonic Lodge for an impressive 60 years. He participated in many events and believed deeply in the Masonic principle of helping others.  There will be a bench placed at 55 East State St. Doylestown PA 18901 in  his remembrance.  Please go visit and have a quiet moment in remembering Howard and how he touched your life.   

In the remembrance of memories, we bid farewell to my beloved father who now joins his son in a realm beyond. Two years prior, his dear son embarked on a different journey leaving an empty space in our hearts. As we say goodbye to my father we find solace in the thought that they are now reunited finding joy and contentment and each other’s company. Their spirits intertwined, they continue to watch over me.

The ache in my heart grows deeper with each passing day as I navigate a world without my father by my side. His absence is a constant presence in my thoughts, a reminder of the love  he bestowed upon me. Despite the sadness that lingers, I find comfort in the signs he sends my way- Little reminders that he’s still with me. Among them, the sound of his voice calling me by my nickname “beeg” echoes in my ears, reaffirming the connection that  transcends the physical realm. Though he’s no longer here in person, his spirit remains an unwavering presence, guiding me through life‘s journey. 

“I love you and miss you dad”.

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