Erickson, Lonnie E.


Lonnie Erickson passed away on Friday, October 19, 2012 at his home in Carrollton, Texas at the age of 59 years old.

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7 replies on “Erickson, Lonnie E.”

Gregg Thacker says:

I just wanted to offer my condolences for your loss. I was honored to have known Lonnie for many years back when he was a photographer for the local newspaper for Farmers Branch and for the Farmers Branch Historical Park. He was a superb photographer.

Jeff Foster says:

Extremely saddened to hear of this news. I always enjoyed Lonnie’s sports photos. He was a great photographer. I will miss running into him at various sporting events. My prayers for the family.

Johnny and Debbie Beasley says:


We were truly blessed to have known and rode motorcycles with Lonnie. He will always be so special to us, and we’ll hold tight fond memories of our friendship. May he ride forever in heaven. Until we meet again, “ride it like you stole it”……much love for you and Lonnie.

Beaz and Debbie

Gary Erickson says:

Lonnie was a great brother and a supurb photographer and will be greatly missed. Do not put off seeing friends and family as I did; they will NOT always be here.

Now he’s with our Dad and bantering back and forth about the loud pipes on his Harley….

May he rest in peace.

Sue Erickson says:

Hi Lonnie, I guess Heaven needed someone with a wonderful sense of humor,and great talent. So you were called upon. So Ride on Lonnie, and know that you are Loved,and Missed.

Pam says:

I will miss him dearly.I think of him every time I see Yosemite and wonder if that was perhaps the start of his life long love of photography.



Barbara Erickson says:

To my love my live, we are made whole by each other; every time I see your face I see the substance of my dreams manifested.

God has called and you have traveled on ahead, and now we are half. I await the day when my journey shall end to be greeted by your smiling face, and we are once again made whole.

With all my love always,


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