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- Escape Room: real life fun, in a world ruled by virtual games
- Florence Foster Jenkins: the Moravian connection
- Local artists will display works at Gretna show
- Cub Scout Pack 44 welcomes kindergartners in new pilot program
- New book a ‘sign’ of hope for local author
- 50 years of art: Lititz Outdoor Fine Art Show set for July 30
- Police departments plan community events
- The ‘Great Eastern Wizard’ of the Park House hotel
- Manheim woodworker crafts bodies for Martin Guitar
Harry W. QuickWWII veteran, served under Patton
Harry W. Quick, born September 9, 1920, in Philadelphia, went to be with his Lord Thursday, March 22, 2012, in Lititz.
He served under General George S. Patton during World War II and was a long-time employee of PNC Bank. Harry always greeted friends with a hearty "hello." He loved to put on a show, singing his favorite show tunes or hymns. His final song was "Sunrise Tomorrow."
This adorable old man leaves behind his wife of 69 years and his gem, Donna Jean; sons: Peter David, husband of Sharon; Michael, husband of Doreen; and Jonathan, husband of Alice; and six grandchildren.
A memorial service was held April 4 in the Brethren Village Chapel in Lititz.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Brethren Village Good Samaritan fund.
Arrangements were made by Auer Cremation Services of Pennsylvania Inc.
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