Lonny Lloyd McNavage

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  Lonny Lloyd McNavage passed away on Friday, Sept. 24, at his residence in Kearny, Arizona.  Lonny was born to Chester John McNavage and Jeanette Mary (Zarkausky) McNavage on Aug. 5, 1951 in Omaha, Nebraska. 

  Lonny was a lifelong devout Catholic.  He was also very proud of his service with the United States Marine Corps and to be a knight within the Knights of Columbus.  Lonny retired from a very long career in metals mining, smelting and refining.  Starting at the ASARCO smelter and refinery in Omaha, Nebraska as a young man, he finished his career retiring from ASARCO at the Ray Mine in Arizona with over 40 years of service.  Lonny enjoyed making music, nature, model railroading and making craft beer. 

  Lonny is preceded in death by his father Chester, his mother Jeanette, and his wife of 45 years Joyce.  He is survived by his son Justin. 

  Funeral Services for Lonny will be held at the Infant Jesus of Prague Roman Catholic Church in Kearny on Saturday, Oct. 9, at 9:30 a.m.

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