Off and on throughout their lives, the stepdaughters of Ronald C. Duck tried to get their dad to discuss his adventures with President John F. Kennedy.
Phyllis Netherland’s daughter described her as a “a go-getter” who never sat down. She was somebody who was always seeking new experiences. She loved art, travel, her grandchildren, and was accepting of people from all walks of life.
It was six years ago Douglas Wayne “Doug” Livelsberger closed his iconic shoe repair shops in Gettysburg and Hanover and moved to the tiny town of Gouldsboro, Maine.
Charles “Chuck” Caldwell lived a long life full of adventures and artistic accomplishment, but his most treasured possession was a battered helmet that he wore during the 30 months he spent stationed in the Pacific with the United States Marine Corps in WWII.
Jen Livelsberger of Diversified Cuts barbershop in Hanover said Rosyanny Sanchez Restituyo’s absence is very much felt at the shop where the petite woman worked.
Barbara Tully said she and her husband Jack were married for 47 years.
Friends and family alike say that in his heyday, Gary Dillon looked like a combination of pirate, rock star, and god.
In a March 2002, interview with Times reporter Dick Watson, James Gourley said learning how to read changed his life forever.
Tim Fazenbaker said that his father, Don, was four days into his trip to Okinawa to fight in WWII when the Japanese surrendered.
Bill Troxell served as Gettysburg’s mayor for nearly 20 years, from 1997 to 2016. His wife, Ellen Virginia “Honey” Troxell was by his side all the way as Gettysburg’s First Lady.
Back in the days when The Greatest Generation’s members were young and full of vinegar, a girl named Mary Wrenn took an interest in a young man named Howell T. King Jr., whose nickname from childhood had been “Porky.”
In the early 1990s, the Upper Adams School District (UASD) erupted into a passionate fight between the local school board and a group of citizens who elected five of their own to stop the construction of a new elementary school in Biglerville.
According to a friend and a daughter, Walter D. Burel lived a good long life, perhaps in part so he could pack so much into it.
Kenneth “Kenny” Kuykendall sat on Lincoln Square daily.