OBITUARY

Harold L. Eisiminger

July 2, 1947November 20, 2018
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Harold L. Eisiminger age 71 of Waynesburg passed away Tuesday, November 20, 2018 in Rolling Meadows Nursing with his family by his side.

He was born July 2, 1947 in Waynesburg, the son of the late Charles W. Eisiminger and Agnes Joanna Cowell Eisiminger.

He was a 1965 graduate of Waynesburg High School.

He worked in the meat department at Foodland in Waynesburg until enlisting in the U. S. Army. He served in the Army for two years and was stationed in Germany.

Harold apprenticed as a heavy equipment mechanic and operator and mechanic with C.J. Langenfelder, working on railroad construction. He went on to work as an operator for S.J. Groves during the construction of Interstate 79. He retired from Emerald Mine in Waynesburg, where he worked as a heavy equipment mechanic.

He attended the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church in Waynesburg and was a member of the Fairall United Methodist Church. He was also a member of Waynesburg Lodge No. 153 Free and Accepted Masons in Waynesburg.

Harold enjoyed farming, blacksmithing, and welding. He was a Civil War buff. He also liked to hunt, fish, and spend time at his cabin with his beloved dogs, Patch and Cinder, by his side.

Surviving are a son, Brian Eisiminger of Waynesburg; and a daughter Betsy Hawfield and her husband Tim of Waynesburg; two granddaughters, Camryn and Haley Hawfield; and many cousins.

  • FAMILY

  • Charles W. Eisiminger, Father
  • Agnes Joanna Cowell Eisiminger, Mother
  • Brian Eisiminger, Son
  • Betsy Hawfield, Daughter
  • Tim Hawfiled Jr., Son-in-law
  • Camryn Hawfield, Granddaughter
  • Haley Hawfield, Granddaughter
  • Also surviving are several cousins.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Tim Hawfield Jr.
  • Chris Eisiminger
  • Randy Moore
  • John Mac VanDruff
  • Jim Patterson
  • Bruce Lemley
  • Bert Mraz
  • Gary Mankey

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 23, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 24, 2018
REMEMBERING

Harold L. Eisiminger

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Brad Miller

November 27, 2018

I want to send my thoughts and prayers to all the family. Harold was a great man and I am honored to have known him. Seen Harold often at the mine and he always had that small smile. He will be missed. You are in peace now my friend. God Bless

Cheyenne Davis

November 24, 2018

It was an honor to care for Harold when he was one of my patients. He was a very sweet and gentle man with kind eyes. My heart goes out to his family, friends, and loved ones. May he Rest In Peace now. ❤️

Brian LeGrand

November 24, 2018

This man was very easy to talk to... I am glad to have had the pleasure of his acquaintance! He will surely gain His favor, as he is given his due... " Well done, ... Good and Faithful Servant! Well done..."
A fellow PAABA Member ;0)
Brian LeGrand

Beverly Woods

November 21, 2018

I am so glad that we were friends. I will always remember the long talks we would have on the porch. I will miss you but I am glad you are no longer suffering. You had a rough time for awhile now. RIP my friend until we meet again. Love Beverly

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Biography

Harold L. Eisiminger age 71 of Waynesburg passed away Tuesday, November 20, 2018, in Rolling Meadows Nursing with his family by his side.
He was born July 2, 1947 in Waynesburg, the son of the late Charles W. Eisiminger and Agnes Joanna Cowell Eisiminger.
He was a 1965 graduate of Waynesburg High School.
He worked in the meat department at Foodland in Waynesburg until enlisting in the U. S. Army. He served in the Army for two years and was stationed in Germany.
Harold apprenticed as a heavy equipment mechanic and operator and mechanic with C.J. Langenfelder, working on railroad construction. He went on to work as an operator for S.J. Groves during the construction of Interstate 79. He retired from Emerald Mine in Waynesburg, where he worked as a heavy equipment mechanic.
He attended the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church in Waynesburg and was a member of the Fairall United Methodist Church. He was also a member of Waynesburg Lodge No. 153 Free and Accepted Masons in Waynesburg.
Harold enjoyed farming, blacksmithing, and welding. He was a Civil War buff. He also liked to hunt, fish, and spend time at his cabin with his beloved dogs, Patch and Cinder, by his side.
Surviving are a son, Brian Eisiminger of Waynesburg; and a daughter Betsy Hawfield and her husband Tim of Waynesburg; two granddaughters, Camryn and Haley Hawfield; and many cousins.