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Lester Pritchard Singhass
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Lester P. “Les” Singhass Lester “Les” Pritchard Singhass, 87, of Stephens City, Virginia, died Wednesday, December 8, 2010, in Amerisist Assisted Living. Mr. Singhass was born in 1923, in Frederick County, Virginia, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Singhass. He was Superintendant of Parks for Winchester Parks and Rec, having served for over …
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Eddy left a message on January 30, 2013:
Les Singhass was my first boss when I worked at the Winchester Parks and Recreation department. He was a no nonsense guy but he made me feel right at home almost immediately. I have fond memories of Mr. Singhass. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Scott Simpson left a message on December 13, 2010:
Les was a friend of our family for over 50 years. My fondest memories of him go back to the TAC Club in the sixties and how every teenager in Winchester and Frederick County enjoyed the organized events throughout the year and the weekly dances at the War Memorial Building. The kids ran the club but aways under the watchful eye of the perennial oldest teenager, Les. His patience,positive attitude and great sense of humor made him a joy to be around. His perseverance and life long commitment to young people inspired a generation. I shall miss him. Scott Simpson
Louise left a message on January 30, 2013:
Lou and Les , our children, fellow golphers.....bridge buddies.....Super Bowl days....vacations,......so very many happy hours spent together will be with us forever......All who came in contact with him knew him as a friend...as he truly was........We hurt for you as we sadly leave this message.........Our prayers and love are there with each one of you.......Louise, Jim, Linda and Herman
Scott left a message on January 30, 2013:
Les was a friend of our family for over 50 years. My fondest memories of him go back to the TAC Club in the sixties and how every teenager in Winchester and Frederick County enjoyed the organized events throughout the year and the weekly dances at the War Memorial Building. The kids ran the club but aways under the watchful eye of the perennial oldest teenager, Les. His patience,positive attitude and great sense of humor made him a joy to be around. His perseverance and life long commitment to young people inspired a generation. I shall miss him. Scott Simpson
Candice gardner left a message on December 21, 2010:
In honor of Lester Pritchard Singhass, Candice gardner lit a candle.
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Jim Hockman left a message on December 14, 2010:
What great memories come to mind when I think of Les and his family--from the time we lived down the street on Bellview to working at the Recreation Park and being active in the TAC Club. Les was a great role model and good person to work for. What a long and productive life he lived, helping so many people. Heartfelt sympathy goes out to Louise, Suzi, and Scott from the Hockman family.
Eddy Hott left a message on December 14, 2010:
Les Singhass was my first boss when I worked at the Winchester Parks and Recreation department. He was a no nonsense guy but he made me feel right at home almost immediately. I have fond memories of Mr. Singhass. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Nancy M Goforth left a message on December 14, 2010:
In honor of Lester Pritchard Singhass, Nancy M Goforth lit a candle.
Jim left a message on January 30, 2013:
What great memories come to mind when I think of Les and his family--from the time we lived down the street on Bellview to working at the Recreation Park and being active in the TAC Club. Les was a great role model and good person to work for. What a long and productive life he lived, helping so many people. Heartfelt sympathy goes out to Louise, Suzi, and Scott from the Hockman family.
Louise McCrary left a message on December 14, 2010:
Lou and Les , our children, fellow golphers.....bridge buddies.....Super Bowl days....vacations,......so very many happy hours spent together will be with us forever......All who came in contact with him knew him as a friend...as he truly was........We hurt for you as we sadly leave this message.........Our prayers and love are there with each one of you.......Louise, Jim, Linda and Herman
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