Raymond H. Dahlheimer

Raymond H. Dahlheimer

ELIZABETHTOWN – Raymond H. Dahlheimer, 95, of Elizabethtown, formerly of York, passed away at 2:20 pm, Sunday, April 5, 2020, at the Masonic Village in Elizabethtown. He was the husband of Ruthanna (Brenneman) Dahlheimer whom he married 75 years on November 18, 1944.

Raymond was born April 11, 1924, in Manchester Township, York County and was the son of the late E. Stuart and Martha (Wintermyer) Dahlheimer.

He graduated in 1942, from North York High School in North York. He was employed by Union Roofing and Paper Company for 15 years and J. H. Myers & Sons for 20 years before retiring in 1986. He was a member of the Square Club of York, Hawks Gunning Club, York Masonic Lodge and a lifetime member of Grace Lutheran Church of York (Roundtown).

In addition to his wife, Ruthanna, Raymond is survived by his son, Stephen Dahlheimer of York; his daughter, Kathy Ensminger of York; 4 grandchildren, Matthew Dahlheimer, Patrick Dahlheimer, Mark Ensminger and Kirk Ensminger and 4 great grandchildren, Breanna, Marley, Willow and Evan. Raymond was preceded in death by his brother, Clark Dahlheimer.

Funeral services for Raymond will be webcast on Friday, April 10, 2020, beginning at 10:00 a.m. from the Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center of Mount Wolf. Burial will be private in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Officiating at his service will be his pastor Reverend Cynthia Baxter.

Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider the Masonic Village, Attn: Gift Planning, 600 Freemason Drive, Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022.

The family would like to thank all the dedicated healthcare providers at Masonic Village who were involved in Raymond’s care.

To share memories of Raymond please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

5 thoughts on “Raymond H. Dahlheimer

  1. Sending you all lots of love and prayers at this difficult time. Ray was the sweetest man and I am so happy I had the chance to meet him and help take care of him. Thanks for sharing him with us at MV. I will miss his wonderful smile and the twinkle he always had in his eyes.

  2. We will forever cherish our memories of Mr. D. We are very thankful to Kathy for sharing her awesome parents with us. We had the opportunity to share quite few Father’s Day celebrations, family gatherings, many sporting events, visits at Masonic and laughing to tears “at my expense”. Mr. D was an amazing man! Our sincere condolences and love goes to Mrs. D, Kathy and Bob, Steve, Mark, Kirk and Felicia, Matt, Patrick and Jackie as well as the rest of the family members.

  3. Aaaw so wish I could be there to see my family members and oh how I miss hugging y’all. Keeping everyone in my thoughts and prayers (and you are Always in my heart) I love you all… Steve, Matt, Patrick, Kathy, Oh my too many to list , love you all and miss you!

  4. I just heard this news. I am saddened by his passing but wish all the Hope of the Resurrection. He was a pillar in the church and in my life, personally. He will be missed.

  5. So glad I had the joy of knowing
    Raymond and Ruthanna througth their friendship with my parents.
    He was a really good man. Deepest
    Sympathy to all.

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