James Diehl

Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

1931 - 2016 (Age 84)


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James DiehlChambersburgJames Diehl, 84, passed away August 7, 2016 at Penn Hall Nursing Home Chambersburg. He was born on August 10, 1931 in Drexel Hill, PA to John and Estelle (Van Horn) Diehl. He was a member of First Lutheran Church of Chambersburg, where he served on numerous committees,...

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Dear June,
We were sorry to hear about Jim. He was a special man and we got to know him at church. He always had a hug ready and was willing to work on a building projects without even being asked. We so enjoyed you both as Sunday greeters welcoming all to church. Please accept our condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Bob and Susann Wareham

June and family, we're sorry to hear of your loss. Jim was the best hugger ever! He will certainly be missed. May God give you the strength to get through this difficult time. Love and hugs to you all.

So sorry for your loss. Jim was a sweet man. God be with you all.

Dear June and Family,
I'm saddened to read of Jim's passing, He was such a nice, friendly man. He always had a smile on his face and a big hug to share. He is now in Heaven with family and friends who have gone before us. We will join him there when our time comes. May God comfort you during this time of sorrow.

June and Julie and family I loved Jim so munch he was a favorite resident of mine I liked taking him to pt. And must of all getting hugs from him he was so sweet and kind I will never forget Jim I hope to see you soon june at Penn hall stop and see me real soon at Penn hall pt dept. Thinking of you june and Julie and family he will always be part of my Penn hall family you to june and Julie remember all the great times you all had together june. Rest in peace Jim.you will always be my Penn...

My deepest sympathy to the family. He was a dear man and I am glad I got to know him through working with him through Edward Jones.
Ginger Beckner


I am truly sorry to hear of dad's passing & as we spoke on the phone, I know this isn't the end for him, but just the beginning as God's word promises us a much better place in eternity. I know you were by his side every step of the way these last few years & you showed an abundance amount of love filled with lots of compassion, patience & especially love for him. Dad knew you were there for him & he will be awaiting for you when it's time to reunite. Please...

My sincere sympathy to all of Jim's family. I worked with him and remember his stories. Will miss seeing him at the Fort Loudon fort site. He battled this horrible disease hard as did my father.

June and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was a special man and you will have wonderful memories of him.