Dec. 16, 1975--March 8, 2011
DANBURY, Nebraska -- Joshua Michael Lammie, 35, passed away Tuesday (March 8, 2011), at Community Hospital in McCook, Nebraska.
He was born Dec. 16, 1975, in Vancouver, Washington. While growing up, Joshua lived in Washington, Oklahoma, and Colorado. Joshua attended Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma, Washington. He moved to Nebraska in 2006.
On Sept. 21, 2009, Joshua married Tamara "Tami" Lavon Kavli in Beaver City, Nebraska. They made their home in Danbury, Nebraska, and became the parents of three children.
Joshua worked as a workover rig operator in the oil field industry. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, archery, shooting, camping, being outdoors, and drawing. He was a member of the North American Hunting and Fishing Club.
Survivors include his wife, Tami Lammie of Danbury; three children, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Mariah Lammie, all of the home; three siblings, Johnnie, Mary Lou, and Jennifer; parents-in-law, Larry and Deb Kavli of Brighton, Colorado; brother-in-law, Brad Harms and daughter, Autumn of Oberlin, Kansas; grandmother-in-law, Belva Tikal of Aurora, Colorado; aunt-in-law, Sharon Larson of Aurora; and uncle-in-law, Steve Tinkal and wife, Noreen of Aurora; in addition to other family and friends.
The celebration of the life of Joshua M. Lammie was Saturday at Pauls Funeral Home in Oberlin with Pastors Chris and Sharon Nelson officiating. Music was "Go Rest High on That Mountain," "Saying Goodbye," "It's So Hard" and "Sweet Day." Burial was in Danbury-Marion Cemetery.
Honorary casket bearers were Bobby Marquez and Lee Ridenhour. Casket bearers were Matt Marquez, Eric Green, Bradley Harms, Alan Hardy, Cisco Luevano, and Rudy Luevano.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Joshua Lammie Memorial Fund.
Condolences may be left online at www.paulsfh.com.
Pauls Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.