Leonard Eugene “Lenny” Bach, 84, of Washington Court House, Ohio died Tuesday, January 24, 2023, at 12 Noon at Four Seasons of Washington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center where he had been a resident since March 30, 2022.
Lenny was born March 7, 1938, in Circleville, Ohio to Eugene Burton and Jean Charlotte Seimer Bach. He was a graduate of Washington High School and attended the Chillicothe branch of Ohio University. He lived most of his life in this community.
Before his retirement, he was branch manager and vice president at Citizen Federal Savings and Loan in Washington Court House.
Lenny was a United States Navy veteran and a member of Paul H. Hughey Post #25 of the American Legion. He was also a member of the Washington Rotary Club. He enjoyed camping, boating, skiing and fishing and spending time on their houseboat at Lake Cumberland.
On June 4,1960, he married the former Wanda Faye Johnson. She preceded him in death on November 19, 2017.
He is survived by three children and their spouses, Sheila and Steven Troute of Jeffersonville, Barry and Lori Bach of Washington Court House and Terry and Glen Satchell of Clifton; five grandchildren, Alaina Garrett and her husband, James, Lindsey Satchell, Ashley Satchell, Brittan Bach and Brady Bach; four great grandchildren, Nathaniel, Braylen, Beckett and Jackson Bach; a sister and brother-in-law, Edith and Jim Kirk of Washington Court House; a brother and sister-in-law, Ronald and Penny Bach of Pentwater, MI and a sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Ronda and Phil Grace of Dothan, AL.
Lenny’s family will observe a private family service. There will be no calling hours.
Memorial contributions may be made to Ohio’s Hospice of Fayette County, 222 North Oakland Avenue, Washington Court House, Ohio 43160.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House.
Sheila and family,
I just happened to read of your dad’s passing online. I send my deepest sympathy to you all. May all the good memories shared give you some sense of peace and strength to get you through this difficult time.
In Deepest Sympathy,