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Donald Hendershott

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I am very sad to learn of Mr. Hendershott's passing. Don was a first-class guy, and he clearly did a tremendous job providing for and loving his family. He always treated me with respect, even when I probably didn't deserve it. I really appreciated him helping me get my start at Lockheed, and he always welcomed me in his home with open arms.

One of my earliest childhood recollections of Uncle Don was spending time him and my Aunt Silvia in Northboro, Mass. I believe I was 7 years old at the time. Saturday mornings were the best because Uncle Don didn't go to work that day but would get up early and plunk himself down right next to me and watch cartoons. I think he enjoyed the cartoons more than I did and it was a lasting impression I will never forget. Uncle Don was the ultimate family man; a wonderful husband and father and...

Friends always!
Since your wedding and even before we have been lucky to call you Friend. You will be missed Don but know that you are in peace.
All our thoughts and prayers are with you Silvia, Paul, Cheryl, Karen and Brenda.
Love from Ann and Jerry

My sincere sympathies to the entire Hendershott family, especially to my childhood friend Cheryl. May the memories of better times carry you through the tough days ahead. Karen (Keer) Shegda

I only had the pleasure of spending a handful of days with Don, but our families are bound through the marriage of Paul & Marlene. What a wonderful family led by such a nice, smart, kind man. It is very sad Don's last year has been so difficult and my wish for the Hendershott's is that you mostly remember the good years. You all made his life so great, even through the tough end. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

We will always remember your wonderful smile.
You are in a better place now and someday we will all be together.
I know you will be looking down on your wonderful family.
Our prayers will always with you Don.

Rich & Joan

You're smile will always be with us. We know you are in a better place now,no more pain.
Some day we will all be together.
Rest in peace.
Rich and Joan Bischoff

My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. May god always guide you & may you find peace in your heart.
The Bragado Family

My thoughts are with you and your family at this time. May you find peace in the fact that Mr. Hendershott is in a better place. Sincerely, Jo Hoelker Ambrose


Donald's Obituaries

Donald Hendershott, 78, a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, passed away with his loving family by his side on December 28th, 2012 at his home in Blue Bell. He was the beloved husband of Silvia (Paluzzi) Hendershott to whom he has been married to for over 55 years. Born on July 6, 1934 in...

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