Vernon D. Herr
October 23, 1923 – March 12, 2020
Vernon D. Herr, 96, of Newmanstown, passed away in his home on Thursday, March 12, 2020. He was the husband of the late Jeanette H. Mock Herr. He was born in West Hempfield Township, Lancaster County on October 23, 1923, a son of the late Clarence B. and Mabel E. Daerstter Herr. Vernon was a self-employed printer. He is survived by sons, Daryl Herr and Nevin Herr both of Newmanstown; Vernon Herr of Lebanon, seven grandchildren; twelve great grandchildren; three great-great grandchildren. He was the last of his immediate family. Vernon was preceded in death by a son, Dale Herr; five brothers and three sisters. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 11 am in Clauser Funeral Home, 116 N. Carpenter St., Schaefferstown with a viewing beginning on Tuesday at 10 am. Interment will be made in the Schaefferstown Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 314 Good Drive, Lancaster, PA 17603. www.clauserfh.com
- Craig Herr (grandson)
- Jeremy Herr (grandson)
- Shane Herr (grandson)
- Tyler Herr (grandson)
- Wyatt Herr (great grandson)
- Chase Herr (great grandson)
American Cancer Society
314 Good Drive, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
- Viewing Tuesday, March 17, 2020
- Funeral Service Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Vernon D. Herr
March 15, 2020
See you on the other side Vernon. Maybe I can bag groceries for you there.
To the family,
I always enjoyed seeing Vernon at Dutchway. Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the services. Trying to limit contact unless necessary because of this virus scare.
May God bless the family and give you the strength to go on.
Eileen Herr Laudermilch
March 13, 2020
Uncle Vernon was the last of an amazing family. Many of them were printers and they all had enormous loving personalities. Uncle Vernon was always abreast of the news and held long conversations about what was happening in the world. Last time Howard and I were there, we had driven to Pennsylvania with Howard's red 2014 Corvette. He wanted to look at it so, Howard and Uncle Vernon brought two folding chairs outside and sat next to the car and talked about all sorts of things. He had turned down the ride. He was so very loved.