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Dr. William Jacobs Lembeck

Dr. William Jacobs Lembeck was a retired Professor Emeritus and Head, Division of Sciences from LSU-E. A devoted husband, father, and grandfather, he passed away Wednesday, April 20, 2005 at 7:30 p.m. at the Eunice Community Medical Center. He was 76 years old and was born on August 29, 1928 in Kansas City, MO.

He is survived by his wife, Jean D. Lembeck; one son, Craig Cappo and wife Paula of Baton Rouge, LA; one daughter, Nancy Lembeck Smith and husband, Greg of Slidell, LA; two Sisters, Luetta Salguero of El Paso, Texas; Carol Forshee of Fairfax, Virginia; six grandchildren, Rachel Bologna, Samuel Cappo, Claudia Cappo, Tyler Smith, Hunter Smith and Emily Smith; Two step-grandsons, Gene B. Sittig and Benjamin J. Sittig and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, William Henry and Carol Joyce Jacobs Lembeck.

Dr. William J. Lembeck was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Eunice, LA. He was recognized for his distinguished service to the Masonic Fraternity and served in many offices. He was a member of the York Rite and Scottish Rite organizations. He was also a full Emeritus Member of the Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society, member of the Habibi Shrine Temple of Lake Charles, Harmony Lodge #410, Eunice; Red Cross of Constantine, Gordy Chapter #32, Knights Templer, and Humble Cottage #019, F&AM Opelousas. He served as a medic in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was a member of the LSU-Band Alumni Association and the ATO Fraternity and was instrumental in the establishment of the Nursing and Fire Science Programs at LSU-E.
He donated his body for science research to the LSU Medical Center in New Orleans. A memorial service will be held May 21, 2005 at the First United Methodist Church in Eunice, LA.


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