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Mark C. Lentz

 Mark C. Lentz, 55, of Catasauqua, died on Monday with his loving family by his side at his home.  He was a son of Doris (Kulhamer) Lentz and the late Carl W. Lentz.  Mark was a fun loving man who had a wonderful sense of humor, loved Harley motorcycles, going to the mountains and casinos.  He also enjoyed cooking, especially outdoors on the grill.  He was very much a handyman and good at fixing anything.  Mark was also know for his kindness and would help and give to anyone in need.   He was a member of the West Catasauqua Fire Company in Whitehall.  

Mark is now our guardian angel looking down on our family.
Survivors:  mother; daughter Lindsey Lentz of Bethlehem; sisters Janis Lentz and husband Joseph Buckingham of Alburtis, and Jennifer Kauffman and husband Eugene of Macungie; former wife & friend Pamela Koehler of Center Valley; nephew Marc Fulmer; niece Jessica Patrick & Tabitha Kauffman; great nephew Trystan Fulmer.
Services:  Memorial celebration on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 1:00 p.m., Citizen's Fire Co. #2, 1017 Pennsylvania Ave., Emmaus (10th & Broad St).  Friends and family may gather starting at 12:00 noon.  The family is being served by the Nicos C. Elias Funeral Home, Allentown.  www.eliasfuneralhome.com 
Contributions:  To St. Luke's VNA Hospice, 1510 Valley Center Parkway, suite 200, Bethlehem, Pa. 18017.