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Hodapp Funeral Home

8815 Cincinnati Columbus Rd
West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 777-8433
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Firefighters honor fallen comrade along 26-mile funeral procession - WLWT Cincinnati

Monday, June 19, 2017

CINCINNATI —Firefighters from across Greater Cincinnati paid their respects for West Chester firefighter Tim Burns Tuesday during a 26-mile funeral procession and service in his honor.AdvertisementThe procession began at the Paul Young Funeral Home in Mount Healthy and headed north, closing several streets as they stopped at all the fire departments where Burns served.Burns spent 32 years saving lives, most recently with the West Chester Fire Department, where he served 19 years.Firefighters from Hamilton, Deefield Township, Mason and Middletown saluted as the procession passed by.The procession arrived at the Springdale Church of the Nazorean at 10 a.m. for Burns’ funeral service. Friends and fellow firefighters delivered heartfelt eulogies for their fallen comrade.West Chester Fire Chief Rick Prinz has known Burns for nearly 40 years and spoke about their life-long friendship. The two began in the fire service together. Prinz was the best man for Burns at his wedding.“Today, the West Chester Fire department has truly lost a hero,” Prinz said. “Sometimes, I t...

Katie Maureen Clayton | Local Obituaries | buckscountycouriertimes ... - Bucks County Courier Times

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Everyone is invited to her life celebration at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Faust Funeral Home, 902 Bellevue Ave., Hulmeville.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Arc of Chester County in West Chester, Pa. or Handi-Crafters in Thorndale, Pa., where Katie's life was enhanced.Faust Funeral Home,Hulmevillewww.faustfuneralhome.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Joseph "David" Jennings

Monday, January 02, 2017

Joseph David Jennings, 59 of Sterling Virginia, formerly of West Chester, Pennsylvania died on December 13, 2016 at home. Born in Long Branch, he had lived in Sterling for the past 2 months. He was a retired businessman. David was predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Edith Jennings. Surviving are his wife, Cathy Jennings; his son, Steven Jennings of Easton, MD; his daughter, Elyse Jennings of Sterling, VA; his sister, Wendy Lessig of Huntingdon Valley, PA and a grandchild, Eli. A graveside service will be held on Monday, December 19 at 11:30 am at Woodbine Cemetery in Oceanport. The family invites you to write a letter of condolence, light a candle or share a story by selecting the appropriate tab.

Hilary R. Missimer

Monday, November 07, 2016

Born in Pottstown, he was the son of H. Richard and Janet (Creswell) Missimer.He was a 1959 graduate of Pottstown High School. He attended both Bucknell and West Chester Universities, earning a degree in sociology. Rich was inducted into the U. S. Army at age 24 and assigned to Vicenza, Italy. He loved listening to jazz and humorists, and he never lost his passion for knowledge and research. He is survived by his sister, Peg, wife of Charles Crummy, of North Coventry, and his niece, Morgan Crummy.Services and interment will be private.

Southampton Native, Holy Ghost Prep Grad Dies At 28 - Patch.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Southampton, PA before relocating to Philadelphia in 2012. He graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel School in 2002; Holy Ghost Prep (Bensalem) in 2006; and West Chester University in 2011. He earned his CPA in 2012 and was employed as an accountant at Kingsbury, Inc. in Philadelphia. Tim had a passion for music and comedy, and was actively pursuing an alternative career in stand-up comedy, performing throughout the Philadelphia region as well as New York City, San Diego and Los Angeles.A vibrant person with many interests, Tim engaged in gymnastics and diving during his school years, and loved to dance at social gatherings. He was a skilled guitarist and was also known for his proficient “air-drumming.” During high school and college, Tim was a founder and driving force behind the band Faster Than Fate, which won recognition at the Bucks County Courier’s Battle of the Bands in 2007and 2008. He loved animals and for a time was the proud “parent” of two exotic sugar-gliders, Travis and Zoey. Tim had a passion for justice and devoted his musical talents to such charitable endeavors as West Chester University’s Aid to South Africa. As a senior in college, he produced and published a CD of local bands in support of the cancer charity Melodies for a Cure.But passionate as he was about everything he did, Tim’s absolute top priority was people. He lived his Christian faith by the way he loved others, and truly taught by his example how to love your neighbor as yourself. Family always came first, and Tim took his responsibilities as a brother seriously, offering abundant counsel, support and friendship to younger brother Alex, older sister ...

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Firefighters honor fallen comrade along 26-mile funeral procession - WLWT Cincinnati

Monday, June 19, 2017

CINCINNATI —Firefighters from across Greater Cincinnati paid their respects for West Chester firefighter Tim Burns Tuesday during a 26-mile funeral procession and service in his honor.AdvertisementThe procession began at the Paul Young Funeral Home in Mount Healthy and headed north, closing several streets as they stopped at all the fire departments where Burns served.Burns spent 32 years saving lives, most recently with the West Chester Fire Department, where he served 19 years.Firefighters from Hamilton, Deefield Township, Mason and Middletown saluted as the procession passed by.The procession arrived at the Springdale Church of the Nazorean at 10 a.m. for Burns’ funeral service. Friends and fellow firefighters delivered heartfelt eulogies for their fallen comrade.West Chester Fire Chief Rick Prinz has known Burns for nearly 40 years and spoke about their life-long friendship. The two began in the fire service together. Prinz was the best man for Burns at his wedding.“Today, the West Chester Fire department has truly lost a hero,” Prinz said. “Sometimes, I t...

Katie Maureen Clayton | Local Obituaries | buckscountycouriertimes ... - Bucks County Courier Times

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Everyone is invited to her life celebration at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Faust Funeral Home, 902 Bellevue Ave., Hulmeville.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Arc of Chester County in West Chester, Pa. or Handi-Crafters in Thorndale, Pa., where Katie's life was enhanced.Faust Funeral Home,Hulmevillewww.faustfuneralhome.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Joseph "David" Jennings

Monday, January 02, 2017

Joseph David Jennings, 59 of Sterling Virginia, formerly of West Chester, Pennsylvania died on December 13, 2016 at home. Born in Long Branch, he had lived in Sterling for the past 2 months. He was a retired businessman. David was predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Edith Jennings. Surviving are his wife, Cathy Jennings; his son, Steven Jennings of Easton, MD; his daughter, Elyse Jennings of Sterling, VA; his sister, Wendy Lessig of Huntingdon Valley, PA and a grandchild, Eli. A graveside service will be held on Monday, December 19 at 11:30 am at Woodbine Cemetery in Oceanport. The family invites you to write a letter of condolence, light a candle or share a story by selecting the appropriate tab.

Hilary R. Missimer

Monday, November 07, 2016

Born in Pottstown, he was the son of H. Richard and Janet (Creswell) Missimer.He was a 1959 graduate of Pottstown High School. He attended both Bucknell and West Chester Universities, earning a degree in sociology. Rich was inducted into the U. S. Army at age 24 and assigned to Vicenza, Italy. He loved listening to jazz and humorists, and he never lost his passion for knowledge and research. He is survived by his sister, Peg, wife of Charles Crummy, of North Coventry, and his niece, Morgan Crummy.Services and interment will be private.

Southampton Native, Holy Ghost Prep Grad Dies At 28 - Patch.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Southampton, PA before relocating to Philadelphia in 2012. He graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel School in 2002; Holy Ghost Prep (Bensalem) in 2006; and West Chester University in 2011. He earned his CPA in 2012 and was employed as an accountant at Kingsbury, Inc. in Philadelphia. Tim had a passion for music and comedy, and was actively pursuing an alternative career in stand-up comedy, performing throughout the Philadelphia region as well as New York City, San Diego and Los Angeles.A vibrant person with many interests, Tim engaged in gymnastics and diving during his school years, and loved to dance at social gatherings. He was a skilled guitarist and was also known for his proficient “air-drumming.” During high school and college, Tim was a founder and driving force behind the band Faster Than Fate, which won recognition at the Bucks County Courier’s Battle of the Bands in 2007and 2008. He loved animals and for a time was the proud “parent” of two exotic sugar-gliders, Travis and Zoey. Tim had a passion for justice and devoted his musical talents to such charitable endeavors as West Chester University’s Aid to South Africa. As a senior in college, he produced and published a CD of local bands in support of the cancer charity Melodies for a Cure.But passionate as he was about everything he did, Tim’s absolute top priority was people. He lived his Christian faith by the way he loved others, and truly taught by his example how to love your neighbor as yourself. Family always came first, and Tim took his responsibilities as a brother seriously, offering abundant counsel, support and friendship to younger brother Alex, older sister ...