Ludimere “Len” Lenyo, M.D.

 

Ludimere “Len” Lenyo, 92 of Pinellas Park, passed away November 20, 2020 at Morton Plant Hospital after a brief illness. "Len" graduated from the University of Notre Dame and completed medical school at St Louis University and his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa. After serving as a major in the USAF medical corps, he moved to Terre Haute, IN. where in 1964 he established a private medical practice and continued to serve in the Air Force reserves. He was a brilliant, compassionate physician and founded Collett Park Medical Center.  His hobbies included photography, target shooting, saltwater aquarium, and jigsaw puzzles. He was an active member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Upon his retirement, he and his wife moved to Pinellas Park where he enjoyed travel, taking his dog Dixie to the dog park and participating in community activities.

He was a loving, dedicated father and is survived by his six children: Richard (Molly), Greenwood IN; Debra (Dale) Krumreich, Pinellas Park; Karen Herleman, Dallas, TX; Mark, South Bend, IN; Christine, Palm Harbor, FL; and Scott (Darleen), New Orleans, LA and 9 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years Mary (Wesner) in 2011.

Due to Covid 19, a family-only celebration of his life will be held.

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Debbie Krumreich
5 days ago

My heart is aching over the loss of my father. He was a kind loving man and a brilliant physician.

Oscar C. Beasley
5 days ago

Dr. Lenyo took his 3-year residency in internal medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, in Iowa City. The eight members of his class of 1958 remained close friends for the rest of their lives. All had successful careers in private practice, including one member from Germany. From 1958 through 2016 our class held reunions in Iowa. All eight attended our reunions as long as they were physically able. The spouses of the eight doctors also remained good friends. As the one surviving member of the class of 1958 I look back on my residency class as being… Read more »

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