Lanny Jennings

Jennings Lanny Obituary

FORT WORTH-Lanny Jennings, unexpectedly passed away at his earthly home Sunday April 11, 2021, his spirit has returned to God who gave it, and has been reunited in Heaven with his loved ones.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: To be announced to close relatives and friends.
Lanny was a sincere, humble, and gregarious soul who loved talking to people. A LOT. He had stories to tell anyone he met, and could always offer his mechanical or exterior knowledge on a car or motorcycle. He had a huge heart, and wanted to give to others even if he didn’t have enough to give. Lanny was the happiest and smiled the most when he rode his Harley Davidson, the freedom he felt on the open road, hearing the rumble of his Harley, and having his hands busy building and repairing it was significant and fulfilling to him. He had a bond with his two brothers and a few close friends with the same interest in motorcycles, they made memories that left a huge imprint on him and he always cherished those memories.
Lanny could spend hours reminiscing to his only sister about his invaluable recollections of events, names and places that have taken place over the years. That brother/sister bond and conversations will be deeply missed.
He treasured his collections of family photos and memorabilia, as they had abundant sentimental value to him. Lanny enjoyed going to swap meets, car shows, and had a keen eye for anything vintage.
Lanny held all of his family close to his heart, mind, and soul, including his Travis and Sascha, in which he never gave up on, never forgot, loved immensely, and always held onto the hope of being reunited with them. However someday, that reunion will be even more joyful in our heavenly home, with all of his family together.
Rest in Heavenly Peace
“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away”.
Revelation 21:4
Lanny is preceded in death by his father, John Jennings; mother, Emily Westmoreland; brother, Dwain Jennings; and brother, Danny Jennings.
SURVIVORS: Sister, Gina Muller and husband, Paul; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and many friends.

Brown Owens & Brumley Family Funeral Home
425 S. Henderson St.
(817) 335-4557

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#1 Comment By Debbie Hensley Lancaster On April 27, 2021 @ 1:02 pm

I will always hold dearly my memories of Lanny and the fun times I would ride his motorcycle with him when we were young. Lanny was a special person with a big heart. I regret that I did not spend more time with him in recent years. I am reminded that we should spend time with friends and family as much as we can for we never know when the last time will be that we see them. I know and I am comforted that Lanny is with God and is no longer suffering. I know that I will see him again one day. May God bless this special family in their grieving. My love and prayers are with you.

#2 Comment By gracie hopkins arnold On November 1, 2021 @ 10:10 am

I just learned of Lanny’s passing through my sweet great nephew.. Jack Ford. (Jerry Don Fords son) Our whole family adored Lanny. He and Jerry Ford had been side kicks as long as I could remember. Them and their ‘HOGS”. He would visit my parents and drink coffee with them and they would crack up at his tales. I looked him up a few yrs ago to let him know Jerry had passed. It was so good to talk to him again. I had intended to stay in touch, but everyone that knows me .. well time goes fast and my promises fall to the wayside. He had been on my mind lately… Godspeed old friend… All I can say is, that would be one heck of a reunion he rode into… I’m sure it’s still going on…