Dear Chris ,
Just this week I found out that your father passed on . The last time we spoke , you informed me that he turned 100 . What a wonderful age ! It was filled with a wealth of history and dedication to the community . Your father and mother have always instilled integrity . They both had been so kind to my parents and there was a mutual respect for one and other . Your parents came to my mother' s viewing , and it was so appreciated by my family . As I read your father's obituary , I did not realize that your brother John preceded your parent's death . I was saddened to hear that . Please know that I feel they have left this world a better place .
My sincere condolences to the family. I only recently learned of Bill's death. I worked for many years with Bill on various estates in my capacity as a trust officer for a local bank. His sharp mind and thoroughness in representing his clients even into his later years was always impressive to me. I also worked with Bill at the YMCA when I served on the board. His daily swims at the Y to keep in shape were an inspiration.
God bless him now that he is reunited with his dear wife and boys who preceded him in death.
It was always a pleasure spending time with Mr. Eisenhart. He always had very nice things to say to me and let me know that he appreciated my services to him. He was a very smart, witty and sharp man. I am honored to say that I was a part of his life in his last years. I will never forget the kindness that he showed to me and his son Chris as well. He will truly be missed!
I was sorry to hear about Bill's death. I thoroughly enjoyed my time working with him through the York County Community Foundation. He was a gentleman, with a kind heart and quick mind.
Many fond memorize of Bill and Hazel
Clair & Margie Eisenhart
Sorry for your loss. Bill was a great man. He was always nice to us when he came in for his hearing test and check ups.
Bill Eisenhart modeled the gentlemanly virtues of an earlier and kinder era, combined with a keen mind and a clear love of country and community. What a joy to have known him!