Joseph A. Witherington Sr.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May the Lord BLESS and keep you and your family.
Alyce Johnson and Brenda Rudolph and Family
Dr. Witherington, so very sorry to read the passing of your dad, I hope that you will find peace in knowing he lived a long & prosperous life.May God comfort you at this most difficult time.
Emmalean DeWitt (Pekin, IN)
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
I remember when Mr. Witherington was a square dance caller and if I remember right the club was called "Country Squares" (but not for sure). I was very young at the time and I remember Mr. & Mrs. Witherington being very nice people along with their family. We had many happy family times during that period of life. My thoughts and prayers go out the family.
March 25, 2013
Marine – Joseph A. Witherington Sr. – we the Marines of Kentuckiana Det. #729 do thank you for your service to the USA & United States Marine Corps and your fellow Marines during WW II as a Corpsman. Once a Marine Always a Marine. With Sincere Condolences on the loss of your loved one. Take comfort in knowing that your Marine- Corpsman has taken leave from this life to fulfill the ranks of Heaven's Detachment. Semper Fidelis Billy G. Gividen, Chaplain Det. #729.