Wilmer D. Gindlesperger

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GINDLESPERGER - Wilmer D. "Wimpy", 93, Laurel View Village, Davidsville, formerly Carpenter Park Road, Conemaugh Township, died April 12, 2019 at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. Born March 21, 1926 in Conemaugh Township. Son of Cloyd C. and Dora (Kaufman) Gindlesperger. Preceded in death by parents; wife of 65 years, former Lois K. Stahl, May 31, 2014; sisters, Beatrice Gindlesperger, Elnora Shetler and Wilmetta Steele; and brothers, Carl, Charles and Paul. Survived by children; Joyce, Johnstown, Mark married to Diann Atkins, E. Kingston, NH and Janice, married to Alaric Moody, Lewistown. Granddaughter Jennifer, married to Kraig Barraclough; great grandson, Gabriel and sister-in-law Velma Gindlesperger, Conemaugh Township. 1943 graduate of Conemaugh Township Area High School, Davidsville. Retired employee of former Sani-Dairy, Johnstown. Member of St. David's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Davidsville. U.S. Army Vet of WWII, having served in the European Theater of Operations with the rank of Technician Fourth Grade. Viewing from 2-4 and 6-8PM, Tuesday at Hoffman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 109 Church Street, Davidsville. Visitation also from 10:30AM until the time of service 11AM Wednesday at St. David's Lutheran Church, Davidsville, Pastor Faron H. Johnson, officiating. No viewing at church. Interment Stahl Mennonite Cemetery with graveside military rites accorded by Somerset County Honor Guard. In lieu of flowers memorials to St. David's Church would be appreciated. To express condolences or plant a memorial tree, visit HoffmanFuneralHomes.com
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Published on April 14, 2019
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