Jack B. and Lenyne Herman Veach
Veach, Jack B. and Lenyne (Herman) Jack Benjamin, age 86, formerly of Maple Plain, MN and Wickenburg, AZ passed away peacefully on March 5, 2020 at Harrison Bay Senior Living, Mound MN. Jack was born in South Shore, KY. Jack was part owner of Nationwide Carriers, Maple Plain, MN along with his two brothers. The business thrived until it was sold in 1984. Jack was an avid fisherman and outdoorsman. He enjoyed going to Wollaston Lake Lodge in Canada to hunt big northern pike with his son and grandson. He loved bass & walleye fishing with his friends in MN and AZ. Jack loved gospel music and took up playing the banjo after he retired. His father took up the guitar and they played bluegrass gospel music at senior communities throughout AZ. Lenyne (Neen) age 84, formerly of Maple Plain, MN and Wickenburg, AZ passed away peacefully on March 8, 2020 at Harrison Bay Senior Living, Mound MN. Lenyne was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. She was a devoted daughter, wife and mother. She enjoyed gardening, canning, crocheting and cooking. She will be remembered for her amazing tacos and biscuits and gravy. She also enjoyed occasionally out-fishing Jack. Jack & Lenyne were married for 65 years. Together they enjoyed traveling the country in their RV to visit family and friends. They enjoyed spending time with family and friends on their houseboat on Lake Powell. They are survived by children Julie Madsen and Jack R. Veach (Jeri); grandchildren, Jody (Bryan) Hann, Dustin Veach (Elaine Spencer), Jocelyn (Lalo) Veach, Benjamin (Maria) Veach, Joanna (Nick) Tilli, Jennifer (Oliver) Alexander; great grandchildren, Regina, Elijah, Theodore, Sam, Benjamin, Renata, Javier, Brian, Vaughn and Dylan; great- great grandson, Brian; Jack's siblings: Betty Marshburn, Joe (Phyllis) Veach, Brenda (Mike) Berman, Lois (Bob) Hill, and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Jack and Lenyne are preceded in death by son, Jim Veach; great granddaughter, Brianna Lenyne King; Jack's brother & sisters, Bill Veach, Sandy Atherton, Barbara Cox and Marilyn Laird. We will miss them both so much but are comforted in knowing they are together and no longer in pain. It's a perfect ending to their 65 years together. Celebration of Life on Wednesday, March 18th, 1 - 3 pm (service at 2:00) at Wayzata Free Church, 705 County Road 101 North, Plymouth, MN 55447, 763-473-9463. Huber Funeral & Cremation Services Mound Chapel 952-473-1716 huberfunerals.com
Published on March 15, 2020
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