Dale E. Hanmer

Born: Wed., Jun. 8, 1955
Died: Thu., Jul. 4, 2019


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Thu., Jul. 11, 2019
Location: Living Water Community Church

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Thu., Jul. 11, 2019
Location: Living Water Community Church

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Dale E. Hanmer, 64, of Lower Paxton, passed away at home on Thursday, July 4, 2019.
Dale was born on June 8, 1955 in Chicopee, MA. He was the son of Jeanne (Brenize) Hanmer and the late Glace E. Hanmer.
He retired from Spirit Trust and previously had a successful Thomas English Muffin route sales business.
Dale loved his family and the many family get togethers he shared in. He loved hockey and hunting with his sons. Dale was a member of Living Water Community Church. He drove one of the church vans to provide an opportunity for those without transportation, to hear the word of God.
Surviving are his wife, Ange (Mayberry) Hanmer; two sons, Luke E. Hanmer and his wife Ashley of Harrisburg and Samuel W. Hanmer and his fiancé Carley Rambler of Mount Joy; his mother, Jeanne Bowman and her husband Jim of Harrisburg; a brother, Darrel and his wife Gina of York Springs and two beloved granddaughters.
Dale will be missed greatly by his family and friends, but they can be comforted that he is in Heaven in the arms of Jesus.
Services will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at Living Water Community Church, 206 Oakleigh Avenue, Harrisburg, PA  17111. Visitation will be held at 11 a.m. with the service at Noon. Burial will follow in Rolling Green Cemetery.
To send condolences or share memories with the family please go to www.zimmerman-auer.com. Memorial contributions in Dale's honor may be made to Living Water Community Church.
Arrangements are under the care of Zimmerman-Auer Funeral Home, Inc. of Harrisburg, PA.

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George & Lorri Marshall
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
Dale & I have been friends for a very long time. We also worked together for a while.
Even though I moved to Florida 30+ years ago, we still stayed in contact.
Lorri & I would like to express our sympathy to Angie, his kids, Darrel & his Mom.
He was really a special person & was a privilege to call him my friend.

Michael "Flipper" Crossley
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
I knew Dale from working with Angie at the CGOH Emergency Dept. and he worked at SCEMS doing wheelchair transports. Dale was a wonderful man and loved his family. He will be missed.

Jeanne Bowman
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
God has prepared a place for prepared people and my son Dale prepared his heart to enter that Heavenly place years ago as a child when he accepted Christ as his Savior. Thanks be to God he is now in the very presence of Almighty God the creator of the world. My heart is heavy and my family will miss him very much but God makes no mistakes. Mother Bowman

Butch & Linda Hoffman
   Posted Tue July 09, 2019
Dear Angie,Luke & Sam
So sorry to hear of Dale's passing. My God give you the peace only He can give.
With prayers
Linda & butch

Linda Stone
   Posted Thu July 11, 2019
Dear Ange and family,
I was blessed to have had a short time working alongside of Dale at SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE. He was such a gentleman and easy to talk with. We shared a love for gardening and enjoy a good ear of hot, buttered corn on the cob! He would tell me about the best farm stands located along his travels. He had a great sense of humor and always checked in with me to see how things were going. He is very much missed here. We celebrate that he is finally home - where we all look forward to being in the presence of our Savior and Father.

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