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Hilda "Penny" Schenck
Date of Death: February 8, 2010
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Hilda “Penny” L. Schenck Hilda “Penny” L. Schenck, 86, Winchester, Virginia, died Monday, February 8, 2010, at Clapp’s Nursing Center, Pleasant Garden, North Carolina. Mrs. Schenck was born in 1923, in Chatham, Virginia, the daughter of the late Howard and Nannie Lester. She was a graduate of Chatham High School. Mrs. Schenck held a great …
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Donna Tarleton left a message on February 12, 2010:
Bill, Bobby, & Ann, I'm sorry I won't be there in person to say goodbye to your mother. Please know that you are all in my thoughts. Penny was a wonderful godmother to me. I looked forward to our annual Christmas correspondence where we would exchange stories of the past year and our hopes for the coming one. She will be missed. Love to you. Donna DiPrisco Tarleton
Brenda Sager left a message on February 12, 2010:
Bob, Ann, Bill, and family I was so fortunate to be able to care for your mom. She was a very special lady. Your mom and my mom shared the same birthday, I lost my mom in October and know what you are going through. Your mom was like a mother to me. I will never forget the memories I have of her and the times that I had to share with you. My prayers go out to you. May God give you His peace during this time of grief. In Christ's love, Brenda
Phyllis Love left a message on February 12, 2010:
Hi Bob, Since we won't be able to be there, we want to send our sincere condolences from the Customer Service Team at F.A. Davis. We are very sorry to hear of the news. We wish you and your family strength and blessings.
Scotti Bonnett left a message on February 13, 2010:
Dear Ann and Family, My thoughts are with you in your time of loss. Penny was a wonderful person and so kind to me while growing up. She will be sadly missed. Love, Scotti Bonnett Fabrizio
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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