Donald L. “Don” Offenbacker

Donald L. “Don” Offenbacker, 81, of Springdale, died Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at Circle of Life Hospice.  He was born April 2, 1937 in Harrison to Earl and Sally Hensley Offenbacker.  He married Mary Jane Carnahan on October 10, 1958 in Washington D.C.

Don served in the Marine Corps and owned and operated D-Sign.  He enjoyed riding his Harley, wood carving and sculpting, and could repair or build almost anything as he was very skilled in every aspect of remodeling. He was a longtime member of Elmdale Baptist Church and served as head deacon. For 20 years Don and his wife were involved in missions work.

In addition to his wife, Mary Jane, he is survived by two sons, Spencer Offenbacker and wife Lisa, Eric Offenbacker and wife Kerry; one sister, Sue Burns; seven grandchildren, Spencer D., Josh, Matthew, Nicholas, Kyler and Kord Offenbacker, and Kelsey Puckett; and five great-grandchildren.

A funeral service was held Tuesday, September 25, at Elmdale Baptist Church with interment with military honors will at Friendship Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Circle of Life Hospice.

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Pam and Gary Pruett
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Pam and Gary Pruett

Mary,
Gary and I are sorry to hear of your loss. Your loss is Don’s gain and we will see him again in Glory. Praying for you during this hard time.
Your Neighbor’s on Hickory Ln.
Gary and Pam Pruett

Ed Harkreader
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Ed Harkreader

My deepest condolences to the Offenbacker family. Keeping the family in thought and prayer.
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Bill "Thumper" Parker
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Bill "Thumper" Parker

Our family sends our love.

Jim Potts
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Jim Potts

Very sorry for the lost of such a fine man, friend, and Christian brother.

Sandra Collins
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Sandra Collins

My prayers go out to you all. Rest in peace, Uncle Don.

Bob Jennings
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Bob Jennings

I remember Don trying to teach me how to build a sign can when he measured from end to end it wasn’t square upset a little he said what the Sam hill,i laughed for weeks Love and will miss having coffee with you and Mary Jane at McDonald’s.

Jo Hocott
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Jo Hocott

Don and Mary Jane were such a blessing to the youth at Elmdale, thank you.

Jo Hocott
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Jo Hocott

Don and Mary Jane were such a blessing to the youth at Elmdale, not to mention contributing three much needed bass to the choir.

Joe Washington
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Joe Washington

Spencer,

Sorry for your loss; my prayers go out for you and your family! I am reminded of hospitality shown by your mom and dad where they invited your CCT buddies to there home for Thanksgiving Dinner. Again; Much Love and I’m praying for you during this difficult time.

Joe

Farrell and Kellie Ard
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Farrell and Kellie Ard

Mary Jane and family-We love you and are praying for each of you!
Farrell and Kellie Ard

Dr. Bill Ray Lewis
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Dr. Bill Ray Lewis

It was an honor and a privilege to have been a student at Harrison High School with Don Offenbacker and to have shared graduation exercises with Don on May 29 of 1955! Don was one of the best young men a school could have had as a student. He was mature, kind, compassionate and always treated others with the utmost of respect. He was a treasure to our Class of 1955, and, now, as we plan our 63rd Class Reunion for Saturday night, October 20, in the dining room of the Historic Hotel Seville in Harrison, we will reserve a… Read more »

BILL ENGLES
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BILL ENGLES

ERIC…. SO VERY SORRY ABOUT YOUR DAD. SORRY, I COULDN’T COME TO THE FUNERAL.

Bob Bland
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Bob Bland

So sorry for your loss. Don taught me so many things. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Pam g Evans
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Pam g Evans

May God bless your family in this time of sorrow

Casey Murphree
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Casey Murphree

I remember this wonderful family as my very first next-door neighbors when I moved to Springdale in 1972. May GOD richly bless each one of this family.
Always good memories from the great associations.