OBITUARY

Lee F. Hinderscheid

October 29, 1936April 12, 2018
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Lee F. Hinderscheid, 81, of Brooksville, Florida passed away Thursday, April 12, 2018. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio to Edmund and Agnes Hinderscheid. Lee graduated from the University of Notre Dame and graduated with a BS in Commerce. After 10 years with the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. he joined the prominent accounting firm of KPMG and was made partner in 1978. Following an early retirement at age 54, he entered the Borromeo Seminary in Cleveland, Ohio for three years and was ordained in 1996 as a Deacon in the Roman Catholic Church. He dedicated the rest of his life to service to the church and its charitable endeavors. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and servant to the Lord. He will be dearly missed by his loving family and friends. He was preceded in death by his brother Bob Hinderscheid. He is survived by his loving wife Ann E. Hinderscheid; daughters Jeani Warner (John) and Kathy Rosenbaum (Steve); son Mark Hinderscheid (Martha); grandchildren Tim Warner (Keri), Jaime Warner Wilson (Phil), Nick and Natalie Rosenbaum, Alex and Cynthia Hinderscheid; great grandchildren Kaleb and Andie Warner; Alaina and Ryan Wilson; brother John Hinderscheid (Sandie); sister Jeanie Powell. Visitation will be 2-4 & 6-8PM Thursday, April 19, 2018 with a prayer service at 7PM at Turner Funeral Home in Spring Hill. Funeral mass will be 10AM Friday, April 20, 2018 located at St Joan of Arc Catholic Church 13485 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, Florida 34609. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to HPH Hospice 12260 Cortez Blvd Brooksville, Florida 34613 or St. Vincent de Paul 1291 Kass Cir. Spring Hill, FL. 34609. Arrangements were entrusted to Turner Funeral Home 14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, Florida 34609. 352-796-9661

  • FAMILY

  • Ann E. Hinderscheid, Wife
  • Jeani Warner, Daughter
  • John Warner, Son-in-law
  • Kathy Rosenbaum, Daughter
  • Steve Rosenbaum, Son-in-law
  • Mark Hinderscheid, Son
  • Martha Hinderscheid, Daughter-in-law
  • Tim Warner (Keri), Grandson
  • Jamie Warner (Phil), Granddaughter
  • Nick Rosenbaum, Grandson
  • Natalie Rosenbaum, Granddaughter
  • Alex Hinderscheid, Grandson
  • Cynthia Hinderscheid, Granddaughter
  • Kaleb Warner, Great Grandchild
  • Andie Warner, Great Grandchild
  • Alaina Wilson, Great Grandchild
  • Ryan Wilson, Great Grandchild
  • John HInderscheid, Brother
  • Sandie Hinderscheid, Sister-in-law
  • Jeanie Powell, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, April 19, 2018
  • Visitation Thursday, April 19, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Friday, April 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lee F. Hinderscheid

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John and Eva Wahlfeldt

April 18, 2018

Dear Ann and Family, we were very fortunate to have Lee as our Spiritual Leader for St. Vincent de Paul. We personally never had an opportunity to socialize with you and Lee, but his personality was so warm that it made us feel as if we had known him all our lives. It is said that you never know how many lives you touch, with just a smile or a kind word, and he touched many, many of us. His homilies were so full of his adventures, that just listening him, made it seems as if you were there with him. He will be greatly missed.

May God Bless you Ann and the family

KATHY MYERS

April 18, 2018

Part II Deacon Lee was the man who emphasized to me, the importance and in an indirect way, and new standard of honor that now allows me to look at the world in a of doing the right thing, more accepting, forgiving, and open-minded manner. None of us are perfect, and if he were here, he would insist that he wasn’t either, but since he has regrettably left us, I can now brag about him without his modest self-effacing. We always used to complement each other back and forth, and now it is my chance to do so for the last time (at least until I need to tell someone his story). Because, that’s what I’ll be doing. He wrote great homilies, and even though they weren’t stories, his life was a story. One about a deacon, a grandfather, father, husband, and friend. I think it’s everyone’s root wish to live a full life— and “Grandpa” Deacon Lee did just that, inspiring others by merely being kind to others, and keeping the goodness that Christ wants from us all. He would always say not to “sweat the small stuff” and “fugeddaboutit” but my mother and I will certainly never forget about him, and all that he did for God, us, and others.
Lee, the creakin’, sneakin’ deacon, will be missed.
We love you.
Kathy and Amanda

KATHY MYERS

April 18, 2018

Part I Deacon Lee Hinderscheid was a wonderful man, and went above and beyond for anyone he loved. Knowing him since around the age of eleven, his spiritual wisdom, unique sense of humor, and nonjudgmental outlook definitely shaped who my mother and I are today. When I saw him shortly before he left us there was a sadness of course, the sadness of missing a man who was so extraordinary and had done so much, that he would leave a pretty sizable empty space in all of the hearts that knew him. Unselfishly however, on a deeper, practical level, I was not bereft at all. Deacon Lee was a man who did what we all should aspire to do. He helped others, remained humble (and proud of it), always striving to go the extra mile for whoever needed it. Even outside his astounding dedication to St. Joan of Arc church and other ecclesiastic pursuits, like the women’s prison, he by no means missed any trains of opportunity that came his way. He lived in Africa for a few years during his work with Firestone, bringing back stories of old friends, bark less dogs, and snakes that “when vexed, it makes his neck go wide.” He also regaled us with stories of his visits around the country such as China, but nothing was more precious than the man himself was. The man you could always go to seek advice, who would never make you feel out of place or wrong about your thoughts or feelings. The man who would encourage you to share your “time, talent, and treasure” in order to make the best of what God gave you. The man who, most importantly, stressed the importance of “doing the loving thing”. I learned from Deacon Lee that, though love is a feeling, its deeper, more steadfast form is choice. The choice to forgive when someone hurts you, the choice to listen when you feel you don’t really have time or patience, the choice to understand, rather than blame and burn bridges in your life.

Deacon Ed and Jane McCarthy

April 18, 2018

Dear Anne
We express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We remember you both well from happy days in our Cleveland Diaconate Community. We pray that beautiful memories will grace you with peace in the days to come. Sending prayers and hugs.
Deacon Ed and Jane McCarthy

Deacon Rich & Barb Mueller

April 17, 2018

Sending love and prayers for Lee, Ann and the family. We were just remembering how kind (and fun) Lee and Ann were as we were going through Diaconate formation. Thinking of Lee with this quote "When through one man a little more love and goodness, a little more light and truth comes into the world, then that man's life has had meaning." God Bless

Father Steven Brunovsky

April 16, 2018

Dear Ann and Family,
Thoughts and Prayers for you from all of us at St. Hilary Parish in Fairlawn, Ohio. Deacon Lee is remembered here for his great faith, dedication, outgoing nature, story telling, and wonderful laugh and sense of humor! We continue to be grateful for his many years of dedicated service here as business manager during a time of immense growth and a building boom! We know that Father Gordon Yahner and he are now sharing many laughs and memories in heaven. Hard to imagine that they have now both preceded us to the other side.
All of our Love,
Fr. Steve Brunovsky

Rev. Henry Hemmerling

April 14, 2018

Dear Ann and family,
So sorry to hear about Deacon Lee. He was a wonderful man and will enjoy Heaven. I enjoyed serving with him at St. Joan of Arc Parish during my years in Florida. I will remember him this weekend at the Masses I serve.
God bless you all. May the Lord give you strength during this difficult time.
Sincerely, Fr. Henry Hemmerling

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