Lonnie Mantle

Mantle, Lonnie

Another of the old timers and their great knowledge of the rural, ranching life is gone. May you be comforted by your memories of a life well lived. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Truly one of the greatest cowboys and cattleman I ever knew. He was a mentor to my boys. I will forever remember his dry sense of humor and his quick laugh I am glad he and Grace are reunited again I hope they are two stepping all over heaven. Love and prayers to the family
Lonnie will be greatly missed. He and Grace were quite a team. We enjoyed them very much. They will always be remembered and missed by our entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all his family.
RIP my friend
Sorry for your loss Dar and Mickey your in my thoughts and prayers ????
Lonnie was a great man and even a better cowboy. He always had a smile for us and kind words. Lonnie and Grace what a team. Together again. Thoughts and prayers for all.
Very sorry to hear this news. My sympathies to Dar and Bob and the family. RIP Lonnie.
I am so sorry to hear of Lonnie's passing and for your loss. my sympathies go out to Dar & Bob and the whole family.
My deepest condolences to the family. Lonnie was a true friend and neighbor. May he and Grace rest in peace.
Lonnie is part of cowboy history that is getting by us. I always thought very highly of Lonnie as he was a good, ethical man that liked to help people. My condolences to the Mantle and Vogel family.
I learned that I could trust Lonnie to rent me good dude horses to pack or ride. For many years now Dar and Bob have carried on that tradition of knowing their horses and a person can trust what they say.
My condolences to the whole family.
Friend and like a Brother for 80 years. Set an example how to live a successful life for all of us. .Looking foreword to our next meeting.
I was saddened to hear of Lonnie’s passing. I have wonderful memories of both Lonnie and Grace when they lived on Arapaho RT. I was their baby sitter for a couple of years traveling with the family as they did rodeos and swapped out horses. He was a hard working man that loved the outdoors, horses and his family. He will be missed by many. Sending my condolences to his family.
My condolences. Lonnie was not only a cowboy and cowman, he was a very caring husband, father, brother and someone I considered to be a friend. He will be missed by the many people who thought the world of him. Happy Trails Lonnie, I am glad you are back with your beloved Grace.