Clarence Lohr 'Sonny' LeMasters, 73, was born Mar. 27, 1943 and passed away Dec. 17, 2016. Survived by his wife of 30 years, Sandra; sister-in-law, Kay (Chris) Spinuzzi; nephews, Ray III, Rowdy and Tory; niece, Sunny Ray Mosal and her son, Bryson. Preceded in death by his brother, Ray LeMasters II; parents, Raymond 'Red' and Villetta LeMasters; and Bronco. Actively involved in athletics, Sonny lettered in three sports at Centennial High School and in Big 8 baseball at CU Boulder. Completing his MBA at Western State College, he coached and taught at Pueblo County High School until leaving for sales and management at LeMasters Janitor Supply Company, remaining there until retirement in 2006. Golf was the favorite pastime of his life, both at City Park and Pueblo Country Club. Many remember his T-Barry knickers, argyle socks and Payne Stewart hats. He was a 32nd degree mason of Pueblo Lodge No. 17 A.F. & A.M.; a Shriner and was involved in other community and professional organizations. 'Lemo' loved his Centennial '61 classmates. He enjoyed recent years of volunteer work at Rosemount Museum and was very proud of 15 years of fellowship with members at Sunday morning AA meetings. There are so many to thank, and you know who you are. Bless you all. Sonny was a good man. In lieu of donations, hug your loved ones today. There will be no services. A memorial gathering is planned for February. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Clarence Lohr LeMasters. I knew him as Clar, Clary Lohr, Sonny, Lemo, and ‘Pardsie”. I’m missing my friend big time! Larry Matthes

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