Harry E. Imhoff

Harry E. Imhoff, 85, of Lancaster passed away on September 14, 2020.  He was born in Lancaster to the late Anna Imhoff and Harry Eisenberger and was a lifelong resident of this area. 

He started his employment at Mount Airy Lumber before working as Maintenance Supervisor in the water dept. for the City of Lancaster.  Then he got into the car detailing business.

Harry loved hunting, fishing, and all wildlife, especially the family dogs.  He had a great sense of humor enjoyed by many.

Harry is survived by his long-time companion, Mary Ann Shepler, by daughters Connie Imhoff of York Haven and Brenda Laukhuff of Lancaster.  He was predeceased by daughters Shirl Sultzbach and Judy Brunner, and granddaughter, Kiersten Imhoff.  He also is survived by several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

There will be a graveside service for immediate family at some point in the future due to Covid-19.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Harry’s memory to Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, 110 East 42nd Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10017. 

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  • My heart and prayers are with you Marianne and Connie and the family. Donny and I loved Harry as our next-door neighbor. He had us laughing 24/7!!! As a young married couple he taught us so much and always lent a helping hand. I will never forget the memories we had with all of you on Fountain Avenue. When time permits please email me I would love to see you guys!

    • Thank you so much Jamie!! Wow it’s great to hear from you! I would love to keep in touch! I will always remember you and Donny..the best neighbors! Hope all is well with you ❤️ Love..Connie

      • Thank you so much for the memories Jamie. I just read it to Mom. She doesn’t do the internet, etc., but she’s well. This is Cindy. Remember playing Harry in tennis at Stauffer Park?

  • Always had a smile and great sense of humor. Enjoyable hunting moments were made with him and my brothers over the years.

  • This is a really good picture of your dad. He can now be his awnry self…. raising cain in heaven…. on one side … and hugging Kiersten you n the other side. Expressing emotions was not his strong point. And yes. You gave him a run for his money. But he loved you… and you loved him. That is the bottom line. You were there for him when he needed it… and that is what is important. He is at peace now. The Harry we all remember. You were a good daughter. And that is all he could have asked for.

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