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William P. Leonhauser
10/24/1962 - 12/9/2019
William P. Leonhauser "Bill" passed away unexpectedly on Monday, December 9, 2019 at the age of 57.

Born in Abington, son of Laura (Paul) and Harry G. Leonhauser Sr. "Giggy", Bill has been a life long Langhorne resident.

He was the owner/operator of Penndel Towing and Recovery LCC for many years. Bill was admired and respected for his knowledge and skill in the Towing and Recovery Industry. He volunteered extensively at the 911 tragedy, helping with search and recoveries and was part of the recovery team for "Swamp Ghost", a submerged WWII airplane in Papua, New Guinea.

He is the beloved brother of Harry "George" Jr., Robert W. Sr. (MaryGrace), Deborah A. Peggs (Louis), Laura L. Godshall (Jerry) and Paul C. Leonhaurser III (Suzanne).

Bill will also be sadly missed by his companion, Jasmine Pope and countless friends and associates.

Family and friends are invited to call on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 from 5:00 until 8:00 pm and on Thursday, December 19, 2019 from 9:00 until 10:00 am at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, where his funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10:00 am. Interment will be held in Pine Grove Cemetery.


$0 raised
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Levittown, PA
Timothy Wagoner II
5/23/1975 - 12/8/2019
Update. Thank you to everyone who donated or shared. Timothy was laid to rest with full military honors at Danville National Cemetery in Illinois.


Timothy Wagoner passed away very unexpected on December 8, 2019. Unfortunately Tim always thought he had life insurance through his military service but did not realize that once he was out of the military that the insurance was no longer in effect. Please help fund Tim's services any amount helps and his wife, children, and rest of his family will greatly appreciate it!

$974 raised
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Lafayette, IN
Cynthia A. Cyndi Riehle
10/11/1946 - 12/7/2019
Losing a loved one at Christmas is very difficult, but when you find out her life insurance had lapsed because she had fallen behind on the most recent $10 payment...you can imagine what a dilemma that leaves behind. Cindi would have never wanted to cause any extra grief, that's for sure. We are asking each person reading this to consider at least a couple dollars - what you'd pay for a scratch off ticket or a cup of coffee to create a Christmas miracle for her family. You can do it anonymously - it's very easy and rewarding to know that together - we can do great things to spread a little goodwill this season of giving. Thank you for your kindness. It is appreciated more than will ever know.

Cynthia G. "Cindi" Riehle, 73, Kokomo, formerly of Logansport, passed away Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, in Kokomo.

Born October 11, 1946, she was the daughter of the late Raymond Floyd and Virginia (Rhea) Armstrong.

Cindi loved being outdoors especially when it came to gardening for she had a green thumb. She also enjoyed the companionship of her four cats, Sissy, Baby Jan, Mae Mae and Lieta and her dog Ace.

Surviving are two sons, Patrick (Sandy) Craig, Kokomo and Cary Craig, Kokomo; one daughter, Kim Huston, Tennessee; one brother, David A. Armstrong, Logansport; two sisters, Cheryl L.(David) Phillips, DeMotte, and Penny L. Armstrong (Jim Smith) North Vernon, IN; grandchildren: Holli Corwin, Ann, Jazzlyn and Randy Travnicek and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one daughter, Christine Craig; and three brothers, Raymond "Butch" Armstrong, Thomas Armstrong, and David Armstrong.

A Funeral Service celebrating the life of Cynthia Riehle will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, December 16th in Fisher Funeral Chapel.

Burial will be private in West Cemetery, Logansport.

Friends will be received from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. prior to the service in the funeral chapel.

Memorial contributions may be made to Fisher Funeral Chapel to assist the Riehle family during this difficult time.

You may share memories and words of comfort on Cindi's Tribute Wall at www.fisherfuneralchapel.com

$230 raised
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Logansport, IN
Daniel Meade
12/3/1997 - 12/7/2019
Daniel Meade of Durant, OK passed away Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the age of 22. Daniel was an outgoing helpful young man, he never met a stranger. He never met a stray cat or dog that he didn't take in. He loved sports and old fast cars. He graduated from Achille High School and attended votech for auto mechanics. He leaves behind his 2 year old son, Isac Meade; mother, Kristy Meade, grandparents Janie and Nickie Meade, brothers and sisters Shania Meade, Brianna Meade, Shawn Meade and his favorite uncle Terry Meade .

Any donations and prayers are appreciated.

$340 raised
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Durant, OK
Jessica Moore
4/19/1983 - 11/29/2019
Jessica was a beautiful young 36 year old that was taken from her family far too early. She was a single mother of 2 and worked as a nurses aid. She was a fun loving spirit and enjoyed life. Unfortunately for her family, funeral funds are needed to defray the burden that has been put upon her family. Any donation great or small would be greatly appreciated. May God Bless you and may Jessica have rest and peace.

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Roscoe, PA
Danny England
12/11/1971 - 12/1/2019
Danny England, 47, of Gilliam, MO, died Sunday, December 1, 2019 at Western Plains Medical Center in Dodge City, KS.

Born December 11, 1971 in Columbia, he was the son of the late Donald Ray England and Gerry Ann Narron England who survives of Gilliam. Danny lived in Saline County his entire life where he was a 1990 graduate of Slater High School, and worked as an over the road truck driver.

In addition to his mother, Gerry; he is survived by one sister, Raylene Clemons of Gilliam; one brother, Paul England of Marshall; his paternal grandmother, Genevieve England of Marshall; six nieces and nephews: Brooke, Layne and Kannon Clemons, Chandler Beeler, Gradey and Abigail England; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

$1,685 raised
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Marshall, MO
George LaBar Sr
8/29/1938 - 11/30/2019
The LaBar Family is kindly asking for assistance in providing a meaningful funeral for their father, George LaBar Sr. Any donation would be greatly appreciated during this holiday season.


George La Bar Sr., 81, of Manchester, died Saturday, November 30, 2019 at home. Born in Paterson, he had lived in Elmwood Park before moving to Manchester in 2017. He worked as a roofer most of his life. He enjoyed lottery tickets, sharing his favorite candies, especially Milky Way, and loved spending time with family. He was predeceased by his wife, Anna Marie La Bar, in 2013; brother, James La Bar Jr.; and sisters: Louise Campagna, Grace Carbone, & Hazel Altieri. He is survived by his sons: George La Bar Jr. (Rosario), John Clowes (Yvonne), & Keith La Bar (Teresa); daughter, Darlene Grady (John); brother, Herbert La Bar; and 2 grandchildren: Hazel & Jessica La Bar. Cremation will be private. Oliverie Funeral Home, Manchester, is in charge of arrangements.

$2,175 of $3,500 raised
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Manchester, NJ
Timmy Boyce
4/1/1962 - 11/29/2019
Timmy Lee Boyce, 57, of Niles, passed away at West Woods of Niles on Friday, November 29, 2019. He worked as an installer for Acme Air Filters until his health prevented him from continuing. Timmy was an avid hunter and fisherman; he loved spending time with his family, going out with his friends, and would help anyone that needed it.
Timmy is survived by his wife of 29 years, Shannon Boyce; children, Jeremiah, Dora, Alicia, and Zachary; grandchildren, Nora and Arlo with Tanner soon to join them. Anyone that would like to assist the family may do so by making a donation to them here online or by calling Brown Funeral Home at 269-683-1155.

$250 raised
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Niles, MI
Diane Cook
5/21/1950 - 11/17/2019
UPDATE - THANK YOU ALL! Diane's funeral has been paid in full!

Diane had a knack for turning something bad into something good. Call it a defense mechanism...she learned it at the age of 7 when her father died tragically. She rolled with the punches. She wasn't perfect, but who of us are? The important things was that she learned from her mistakes and never gave up on trying to see the cup half-full. Perhaps that's what endeared her to so many people - she'd get knocked down but she'd get right back up again. Yes, she was a fighter. But following a massive heart attack that created a domino-effect with other health issues, Diane's body couldn't keep up with the fight still left in her soul. She wanted to live. Her death was a shock to us all. Without life insurance, medical bills out the wazoo, along with filing errors as she tried to get assistance with Medicaid...there's no money. Diane was trying her best to make ends meet. That was kind of her lot in life...never quite catching a break...but always managing to see the good in a bad situation. That's our wish for her family - to be able to see the support of friends and community during this sad situation. If everyone chips in a little - a couple dollars here a twenty there - it wouldn't take long to give her a proper burial. As you ready your hearts for all the reasons you have to be thankful this season, think of these words, "There but for the grace of God, go I." Wouldn't it be cool to see an entire battalion of $5 anonymous gifts posted on this wall? It's amazing what a difference that would make - like a ripple effect - on someone down on their luck.

$2,210 raised
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Logansport, IN


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