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Harold Rosenberry

Harold Rosenberry

Thursday, November 29th, 1945 Saturday, March 6th, 2021

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Obituary

Obituary for Harold Lee Rosenberry

Lee Rosenberry, 75, known to many as Rosie, passed away suddenly in Greencastle, PA on Saturday March 6th, 2021. Lee was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend.

Lee was born November 29th, 1945 in Miami Florida, the son of Harold L. and Ruth (Gossard) Rosenberry. He was a 1963 graduate of Chambersburg Senior High School and was employed by Corning Glass for 33 years. Prior to joining Corning, Lee served in the U.S. Navy as a communication technician stationed at the Pentagon and was very proud of his service to his country. Lee was a member of the Marion United Methodist Church where he served for many years as the church organist and was a member of American Legion Post 373 of Greencastle, Waynesboro Fish and Game Association, and the Greencastle Sportsman’s Association.

Lee and his high school sweetheart, Norma (Baker) Rosenberry, enjoyed 55 years of marriage. In addition to Norma, Lee is survived by a daughter Lisa Wilder and her husband Frank of Reading PA; a son, Linn Rosenberry of Rockland Maine and 2 grandsons, Ben and Skie of Reading.
Lee was well-loved for his optimistic personality, his sense of humor and his care and devotion to others. He loved college football (especially Penn State, Virginia Tech and anyone playing Florida State). An avid fisherman, Lee had a knack for being the only person on the lake catching fish.

Arrangements are entrusted to Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, PA. A public celebration of Lee’s life is planned at 11:00 am on September 25, 2021 at one of his favorite places, Cowan’s Gap State Park. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to an animal shelter of choice.

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    Parklawns Memorial Gardens
    3218 Philadelphia Ave.
    Chambersburg, PA
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Lou Ponticas

RIP Rosie. I really enjoyed working with you at Corning. Always a kind word. Always a smile.

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Kay Haynes

My condolences to Norma and Family. Lee was like the brother I never had. We spoke to each other at least once a month. Last time we spoke, he was inquiring about my sister, DeLoma, who passed away in early January 2021. WHAT a SHOCK! I never thought that would be the last time I would hear his voice. May he REST in Peace. Norma & Family you are in our hearts and prayers at this sad time.
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Shirley Rosenberry

Sympathy for the family. Shirley , Shane and Coree
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John Ile

Norma & family, you have my deepest sympathy. It is never easy to lose a loved one. God bless you and may He help you through this.
Pastor John Ile
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Brian Buterbaugh Jr

Not something I thought I'd be typing but on Saturday March 6th I found out that my Uncle Lee passed away unexpectedly. I was in shock and in disbelief because it came out of nowhere. Even now I'm still trying to wrap my head around it. Even though we weren't close as we could of been or should have been I'll always remember a couple of years ago around Thanksgiving he and I were watching a College Football game and just talked about Football for hours and just had a great time. I'll always remember that and cherish that moment. Thanks for all of the stories and the memories. Rest easy.
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richard houck

Rosie was good friend for 40yrs. At first he was my boss at work and later hunting and fishing buddy. We had many good trips together. He aways made me laugh. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES OLD FRIEND!! RIP
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