Mr. John Paul Lamprey

Obituary for Mr. John Paul Lamprey

November 17, 1945 - November 17, 2014
Cheyenne, Wyoming | Age 69


John Paul Lamprey was born in 1945 in Hartford, CT to Rose(Valente) Lamprey and Frank Oliver Lamprey. John attened East Hartford H.S.where he played football for four years,graduating in 1963 Mr. Lamprey was a Vietnam Vet who proudly served as a Forward Observer in C-Company,1st Battalion of the 27th Infantry Regiment,25th Infantry Division, in 1966 and was a lifelong member of the 25th Infantry Division Association. He graduated with a degree in Business Administration from UCONN in 1971 and moved to Colorado thereafter.where he worked for the U.S. Postal,City of Ft. Collins, and the Poudre Fire Authority and later in life invested in land in both Colorado and Wyoming.Mr. Lamprey studied the history of math and science and was also an author,being published in "Annals of Science," a journal in England in 1987,self publishing two tomes,Hartmann's Practicka(2002) and Stoeffler's Elucidiatio(20070,both first time English translations of 16th century masterpieces on astrolabes and sundials,are publishes by Classical Science Press Inc.John loved riding motorcycles all his life,and driving in general was his way of relaxing.Spending time in the out of doors,observing the night sky,studying astronomy and the history of math and science,traveling,and learning,and he loved all animals.His greatest desire was to see an end to:the abortion industry and all of their collaborators,all human cruelty,and all animal cruelty,including the animal experimentation industry that has profited enormously from their silent anguish. He is survived by two nephews Frank and Michael and his niece Marcy Furphy and their children including the twin girls of Tammy Cyr.In lieu of flowers,please make contributions to an organization devoted to saving the lives of the unborn.FINAL THOUGHTS-Always trust in God,His Son Jesus and the Holy Spirit as thought by the Holy Roman Catholic Church and never forget the little Jewish girl who made Christmas possible when she said yes.

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