A. Hagenbuch, 86, of 101 Lower Street, Danville, PA, died Monday afternoon
at Geisinger Medical Center following a brief illness. He was born September
8, 1926 in Montour County, the son of the late Luther and Carrie Beaver
attended Oak Grove school and worked at various local farms. He married
Lois Lillian Cameron on October 17, 1947 and they celebrated their 57th
anniversary prior to her death May 19, 2005. Jim was employed at the
Danville State Hospital in the dairy barn from 1947 until he retired from
his position as a Dairy Herdsman in 1982.
Lois enjoyed camping with their grandchildren and going to auctions until
Loisí health no longer allowed. Jim was a devoted husband to his wife and
cared for her at home for many years prior to her death. Jim was a very
good carpenter and he built many pieces of furniture for his family. He
loved animals and enjoyed raising domestic rabbits. He will always be
remembered for his constant smile.
was a member of the Danville/Mahoning Lodge #224 F&AM, the Valley Grange
#1184, the Continental Fire Company, the Washington Fire Company, the East
End Fire Company and American Legion Post 40.
survived by one daughter, Joann Hittle and one son, James C. Hagenbuch and
his wife Annette, both of Danville. He is also survived by one brother John
H. Hagenbuch of Danville, PA. Also surviving are five grandchildren, many
great-grandchildren, as well as great-great grandchildren. Jim is also
survived by his companion, Arlene Hoffman of Catawissa, PA. In addition to
his wife he was preceded in death by three brothers, Luther, Fred and Glen,
a sister, Mary Noll, and a son-in-law Jon Hittle.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services to be held on
Friday, December 21, 2012 at 11:00 AM at the Trinity United Methodist
Church, 306 Lombard Avenue, Danville, PA. Burial will follow at the Odd
Fellows Cemetery, Danville, PA. Friends will be received from 9:30AM until
the time of the church service. Masonic services will be held at 10:00AM
at the church.
Contributions may be made to the church. Arrangements are under the
direction of the Visneski Funeral Home, Inc., 10 W. Mahoning Street,
Danville, PA 17821. www.visneski.com