Dick Mann

Hershey, Pennsylvania

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To the entire Mann Family, we would like to extend our sincere condolences in the loss of your Husband, Father, Brother & Grandpa. Dick was a fine gentleman and always had a kind word and a smile when you saw him. We have lost another Derry Roader, Rink Rat, and Jr. Bear. May God Bless your Family.

One of the kindest, most loving men I've ever met. I'm glad I knew him and the Mann family as I grew up. They were always the warmest and most welcoming family and Dick was like a father to my dad Bruce Smalley. A man as kind as Dick never perishes because his love lives on in all of us. Rest In Peace Dick.

I wonderful guy! He will be missed!

We have lost a truly great guy .Dick and I go back to 1950 when I graduated from the Hershey Industrial school and hung out in the old neighborhood and then at AMP he even tried to teach me tennis being totally uncoordinated at the time it did not go well.I will really miss his great personality.

I work at the local Turkey Hill and Mr.Mann has been a regular for as long as I can remember. He greeted me when I was the new girl and even took the time to know us all by name. He was always quick with a joke,story,hug or advice. He was to everyone he met. He was a great man and will always remain in my heart. I wish I had been able to say goodbye but I will have to settle for a "see you again someday". He will be greatly missed by me and so many other.

You are all in my thoughts and prayers , My sincerest condolences for your loss . I'll never forget Richard Mann , a true gentleman and kind man. I'm so glad I had the privilege to meet him.

Patrice Gruver

Baking cookies with my big brother

My brother was 15 years older than me so I didn't get to know him until he came home from Korea. Remember playing ice hockey on the frozen Swatera Creek or any pond in the area and playing Bocce at the Italian Lodge, most fondly was baking the family favorite, black molasses cookies together.


Dick's Obituaries

Dick Mann went home on Friday, October 20, 2017 Dick was the son of Bill and Elsie Mann. The second oldest of nine, Dick grew up on old West Derry Road. His brothers and sisters were Dot, Katherine, June, Carl, Janet, Kay, Larry, and Marlin. Dick was a Hershey graduate of 1950. He then served...

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