Herbert K. 'Herb' Lehman

Lehman, Herbert K. "Herb"

Clara, I wish I was there to give you a hug. I understand your sorrow
and I am planning a trip to Riverton and Worland, sometime soon. Will let\
you know. Love and Prayers, Virginia Youtz
Thinking about you Lehmans--Very fond memories of my days working at the studio--remembering Randy and Lori in their “little kid” days in the studio while your Mom, Dad and I did what needed to be done in the studio!

So glad that you called me Clara, so that I can be with you at least in thought

Herb was definitely part of the “root system” that led me to the super success I enjoyed in my own photography career. It was always so rewarding to review memories when we would stop in and see Herb on most trips back to Riverton.

So sorry we can’t make it work to make the 1,000 mile trip to be with you at this time--just know, my thoughts are with you!

To Clara all the family, Herb was one of my closest friends. and I will miss him very much. He was there to pick me up off the driveway when I fell and broke my arm and he took me to the hospital. He was there to get me out of the house after I lost my wife and to make me to go to Star Valley. I enjoyed having coffee with both of you in the morning, and having the Scoresby with you at night. In fact I had a Scorseby Saturday night in his memory. He was a very fine man and a very close friend. I am sorry I cannot be there for his funeral, but the snow storm and my poor eyesight made me make a decision to not make the trip. My sincere sympathy to all of you.
Duane Manfull
Randy, Lori and Clara,
You are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. May you cherish memories of the good times. May God hold you in his loving arms.