Dennis M. Waslohn

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  • "You will be missed Denny, glad you had a wonderful family..."
  • "Sincere sympathy. Ralph Stephens"
  • "I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Denny was my store..."
    - Sam Stephens
  • "Denny, a really good person. condolences, Kay. Skip Knoble"
  • "Lyn Kline wishes condolences to this guy who gave me my..."
    - Lyn Kline
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Dennis (Denny) M. Waslohn November 8, 1942 October 14, 2016 Dennis "Denny" M. Waslohn, 73, of State College, passed peacefully Friday, October 14, 2016, at home surrounded by his family and pets. He was born in Oil City, on November 8, 1942, to the late Lester C. Waslohn and Loretta (Thompkins) Waslohn. On February 27, 1965, Denny married Kay (Toy), the love of his life and joyfully celebrated their 51st anniversary earlier this year. Denny graduated from Oil City High School and continued his education at Penn State and Cornell University. He spent most of his career in the grocery/food industry with Penn Traffic (Riverside /Bilo) and PSU Food Services. Besides being an avid Penn State sports fan, Denny enjoyed spending time with his family, reading mystery novels, walking on the beach, fishing, and boating. After retirement, he volunteered at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. Most of his volunteer time was spent at the top of the Assateague Lighthouse. He loved talking to visitors and sharing the history of the lighthouse as well as his knowledge of the Refuge. Including his wife Kay and mother Loretta, surviving are daughters: Jennifer Waslohn Henderson and Laurie Kay Boyles; grandchildren: Jessica, Samantha, Jeffrey, Jalyn; great-grandchildren: Lyndsay and Lakota; brother-in-law: Gary E. Toy and wife Barbara; nephews: Trent and Trevor; and his beloved pets: Reggie, Teddy, Brodey, Abbey, and Simon. A Celebration of Life will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the CNHA (Chincoteague Natural History Association), The Lighthouse Fund, P.O. Box 917, Chincoteague, VA 23336 or Pets Come First, 2451 General Potter Highway, Centre Hall, PA 16828. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Pennsylvania, Inc.
Published in Centre Daily Times from Oct. 19 to Oct. 20, 2016