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Mary Louise (Mary Lou) Lenzenhuber (Johns) August 19,1941-
Mary Lou with her nephews Lou & John (March 12, 1952)  Mary Lou Lenzenhuber, Sara Adamski, Helen Moran,  (Lou Lenzenhuber & John Drislane)
Mary Lou, her father Ludwig  and sister-in-law Mary Mary Lou with  boyfriend Bob at Sacandaga (Bob was a widow dresser)
High School Senior Yearbook picture. Bethlehem Central 1960 Marty in the early to mid 1970s
She married Martin Johns Jr. on August 17, 1962 (They originally met at a bowling alley) . Marty had come out of the South End which was a rough neighborhood in Albany. When I worked construction with him between high school and college at the Western Avenue SUNY campus he was the union steward for the project. After years working construction in the Albany area  Marty joined the post office. Marty was a Korean War veteran. Martin Johns III was born on May 10, 1972
Martin Johns III
Little Marty & wife Lynne Constantine-Johns                                                      Lynne, Marty & Grandma                Bridal Shower April 2002  (Oma 95 years old)
Mary Lou & Marty in early 2014 for them the last year for winters in Florida with Birgit Mary Lou in the early to mid 1970s
Mary Lou retired from Friendly's Restaurant in Elsmere as a waitress in 1991. For years her husband Marty and her would spend their winters at Nalcrest (A Retired Postal Employees facility in Florida) and their summers at the camp on Sacandaga. Her sister Inge and husband Neil would follow the same schedule. (Counting Marty and Neil, I had four uncles who had worked for the post office)
Marty at 91 on March 10,2020. I had gotten to see him in September 2019 after driving back to the area for my 50th High School reunion. (Actually it was just a chance to see family and friends probably for the last time) Their son Marty III and Lynne had divorced, Inge and Neil had died leaving Marty and Mary Lou my only living Aunt and Uncle. Mary Lou and Marty had given up Florida years before and spend their summer at the camp and winters in the Albany area.
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