Guest Book for Pearl Hirschey (Lehman) Farney

Provided by Scanlon Funeral Homes

Posted by: Deb Bassette-Pate lol
Tue December 29, 2020
What a great lady, so very sorry for your loss. Great memories from the bowling alley.
 

 
Posted by: Laure Lyndaker/ Canopy
Tue December 29, 2020
Jeff and Brenda and all families,

I’m so sorry for your loss.  Aunt Pearl was such a wonderful, accepting, non judgmental  person to all!!  ( in my perspective).

My latest memories of her would be when I would come home to NY to visit/stay with my mom at Brookside.  She may not remember me at first, but while talking with her and memories, she figured out/remembered I who was.

So sorry for you loss. Thoughts, prayers and peace to all.
 

 
Posted by: Elton and lynda wood
Tue December 29, 2020
So sorry to hear this. Pearl was a great lady. We knew her when she lived in Harrisville.  Prayers lynda and Elton wood
 

 
Posted by: Millie Mayer
Tue December 29, 2020
So sorry for your loss. I always loved visiting your mom and Ralph when they were in Harrisville. She was always a sweet, loving, and beautiful person inside and out. I will always remember her with respect.
 

 
Posted by: KAREN WILTSE
Wed December 30, 2020
I don't have any of your addresses so this is the only way I can send any messages to you all..I am so sorry for your loss..Pearl was a special lady. I was at the NY State Fair several years ago and was going through an exhibit and looked up right into her smiling eyes..It was so awesome to see her and chat with her..She was loved by so many and she will be so missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all...Sue Parow Wiltse
 

 
Posted by: Debbie Widrick
Wed December 30, 2020
Sorry for loss --- you are in our prayers---Aaron and Debbie Widrick and Bruce Schneider
 

 
Posted by: Karen & Mike VerSchneider
Wed December 30, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to all the family. Pearl was near and dear to my heart as we spent
so much time together(along with all of you) at our home on the Swiss Rd. The last time I
spoke with her she said how much she loved being at our home and Mom & Dad. I have  
missed seeing her the last while and loved your dad also. We had some wonder times at
your home in Harrisville and at camp. They and all of you will always hold a special place
in my heart. I have pictures of you all and memories that will last forever. Our thoughts,
prayers and love are with you .
 

 
Posted by: Robert and Lillian Steria
Wed December 30, 2020
family sorry for your loss. We will always remember the time  they invited us to the home in  Florida for a vacation. She is at peace in heaven.
 

 
Posted by: Joe Irish
Wed December 30, 2020
What a delightful person and a wonderful neighbor.  I will remember her warm smile, kindness, generosity, and compassion.  The  Hershey family made the Village of Harrisville a much better place.  Pearl was an important part of that.
 

 
Posted by: Kay Woodruff
Fri January 01, 2021
What wonderful memories I have of your Mom and Dad and all the good times we shared together.  Hugs and prayers to all your families.
 

 
Posted by: Charlene Hostetler
Sat January 02, 2021
Whenever I met your mother, Pearl, she had the sweetest smile and was kind beyond words. What our world needs is a lot of people like your mom.

IMAGINE stepping onto a shore and finding it heaven.
IMAGINE taking hold a hand and finding it God’s hand.
IMAGINE breathing new air and finding it celestial air
IMAGINE feeling invigorated and finding it immortality.
iMAGINE passing from storm and tempest to an unknown calm.
iMAGINE waking and finding it home.

Love, Char


 

 
Posted by: Dave and Yvonne Bishop
Sat January 02, 2021
Trinda,

Although our visits with Pearl were limited, we always enjoyed our conversations.  We especially appreciated having your Mom and Dad host us in Harrisville for a night during our honeymoon trip to Maine in 1972.  

Both of your parents have been a blessing to so many!

Love,

Yvonne
 

 
Posted by: Mel and Norma Zehr
Sat January 02, 2021
What a loss to all of us. She is Mel's first cousin and has always been such a joy to be with. When we were first married we went to their home in Harrisville for a "guess who's coming to dinner" surprise meal. She put on a meal fit for a king and the day was delightful.  You all have our deepest sympathy.  Love, Mel and Norma Zehr
 

 
Posted by: Carl and Elaine Martin
Tue January 05, 2021
We've been sad to know of Pearl's passing.  Even though we did not know Pearl, we want to express our sympathy to Trinda and her extended family.  To live to be 99, while a hope for us, is a tribute to Pearl.... a wonderful life lived to the fullest and she will be remembered in so many ways by all of the family (and us via Trinda).  May wonderful memories live on forever!
Elaine and Carl Martin