Eugene V. “Gene” Lamie, 47

<br />Eugene V. “Gene” Lamie
Eugene V. “Gene” Lamie

Eugene V. “Gene” Lamie, 47, of Hannibal, died Saturday at home.

Born in Fulton, he was a life resident of Hannibal. Gene was self employed. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting and fishing. Gene loved music, especially heavy metal. He was the favorite uncle to all of his nieces and nephews.

Gene was predeceased by his father, Joseph Lamie, who died in 1984 and by his mother, Agnes Lamie, who died in 2004.

Surviving: three sisters, Pat (Dean) Burdick of Volney, Karen (Richard) Wilson and Shirley Baker all of Hannibal; five brothers, Joseph, Don, Ron (Vicki) and Keith Lamie all of Hannibal and Kevin (Shirley) Lamie of Fulton; several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours are 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday with a 7 p.m. service to immediately follow at Foster Funeral Home, 837 Cayuga Street, Hannibal.

Foster Funeral Home, Inc.


  1. Gene was one of the finest examples of a true family man. His dedication to his parents, siblings, nieces and nephews ran throughout his life and was an example to us all. Gene and I played as children worked together as young men and never lost that friendship we had developed over 35 years. He can now spend eternity with the mother, he loved so much.
    Gene you will be missed by all of us that you have had such an impact on through the limited time we were blessed with you.

  2. My dear friend Pat-my heart goes out to you & your family at this very difficult time. I know your heart is aching and there are no real words of comfort. Just know I am thinking about you and you are all in my thoughts and prayers
    Love ya, Karen

  3. my Uncle Gene was the hardest working man i’ve ever known and he’d never give up on something until he was completly satisfied with it. He was like a father figure to me and that’s never going to change, no matter how far apart we could ever get. I know that he’s always here for me no matter what & he never really left. He was the greatest Unlce anyone could ask for. He was always there to put out a helping hand & whenever people needed him most he was right beside them. He’s helped me through so many difficult times, and there was no way i could ever re-pay him for the the things he’s done for me. He’s missed by many & always will be!

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