Stewart Lant Lake Hopatcong Challenge In memory of one of the Knee Deep Club's most honored Presidents, Stewart Lant, the club has organized the Stewart Lant Lake Hopatcong Challenge to be held on Sunday, June 22,1999.
Stewart G. Lant, 81, retired coppersmith, died Friday October 30,1998 at home. He was 81. Born
in Greenwich, N.Y., He lived in Livingston before moving to Hopatcong in 1965. He was a retired coppersmith, employed by Theodore C. Walter Jr. Copperworks, headquartered in Newark, Whippany and Dover. He retired after 50 years. Mr. Lant was a life-member, past president for six years and board member of the Knee Deep Club of Lake Hopatcong. He was honored in 1996 as Mr. Knee Deep. He was a member of the Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club for 39 years, and Lake Hopatcong Historical society, Masonic Lodge 205
Free and Accepted Masons of Livingston and The Presbyterian Church of Livingston. After his retirement, he worked at the Ramsey Outdoor Store in Ledgewood for 10 Years in the fishing department.
Stewart Lant, past President of The Knee Deep Club at left, with Tim Clancy also a past President.
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