Walter Henry Lohmann, Sr. of Princeton, New Jersey died peacefully on October 11, 2018 at the age of 92.
Born in Hoboken and raised in Weehawken to parents Robert and Elizabeth, he had two older two brothers, Robert and Herbert. Walter graduated from Rutgers University and had fond memories of serving in the United States Navy aboard the USS Black during the invasion of Japan. Like his father and brother before him, he built a long career as an engineer and manager at Public Service Electric and Gas Company. He retired to a life in Shadow Lake Village in Red Bank, where he stayed active, earning the distinction of being the longest-serving President of his Community’s Association. Walter loved to travel, was active in his church, and was a proud Freemason. In his later years, he joined the New Jersey Naval Militia, serving with distinction following the events of September 11.
He is survived by daughters Roberta Stoffa (Jack) of Lawrenceville, NJ and Janet Roman (George) of West Windsor and son Walter Lohmann (Elizabeth) of Alexandria, Virginia. He was blessed with eight grandchildren: Rachel, Cory, Eric, Kelly, Kristen, Emily, Eileen and Walter and three great-grandchildren: Maggie, Sarah and Greyson.