Yvonne M. Wilhide
11/13/1959 - 09/18/2016
Yvonne M. “Bugs” Wilhide, 56, of Spring Grove, entered into God’s eternal care, Sunday, September 18, 2016, at the Hanover Hospital. She was the wife of Dennis M. Wilhide to whom she was married 15 years. Born November 13, 1959 in Hanover, she was the daughter of the late Mark S. Smith, Jr. and Patricia A. (Schuchart) Smith. Vonnie was a nurse at Family First Health in Hanover. She was a 1977 graduate of Delone Catholic High School, a member of Sacred Heart Basilica in Edgegrove, the McSherrystown Knights of Columbus and the Hanover Moose. Vonnie enjoyed the beach and spending time with her family and friends especially her grandchildren. Surviving in addition to her husband are two children; Jessica Prather and her husband Mark of Hanover and Timothy Foreman of New Oxford, four step-children; Jackie Wilhide of York, Michael Wilhide and his wife Niley of Dover Air Force Base, DE, Helen Jones and her husband Alan of York and Dennis Wilhide, Jr. and his fiancé Lisa of CA, 12 grandchildren; Lilliane, Noah, Abigail, Anna, Sierra, Maria, Alexander, Lyla, Makaylie, Shane, Cole and Ray-siana, four brothers; Dwain Smith and his wife Susan, Allen Smith and his wife Lisa and Mark S. Smith, III and his wife Carol all of Hanover and Christopher Smith and his wife Christina of Fairfield, two brother-in-law’s; Tom Goff and his wife Julie of Hanover and Gary Wilhide and his wife Janet of York, a sister-in-law; Elizabeth Manning and her husband William of Red Lion and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother; Kenneth M. Smith and a sister; Diane Goff. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at Sacred Heart Basilica, Edgegrove with Rev. Joseph R. Howard and Rev. Lawrence J. McNeil concelebrating. Burial will follow at the parish cemetery. Friends and relatives will be received Tuesday 6 to 8 p.m. at Murphy Funeral Home, McSherrystown, with a prayer service at 8 p.m. Contributions in memory of Vonnie may be made to Susan G. Komen for the Cure (Breast Cancer), P. O. Box 650309 Dallas, TX 75265-0309.
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Posted at:09/18/2016 7:07 pm
Norma Herring - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica, we are so very sorry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We love you..
Norma and David
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Posted at:09/18/2016 10:10 pm
Kathy & Rob Miller - Kamram@comcast.net
Dear Jess & Tim,
Our hearts are breaking for you & your family. We had so many goods times with Vonnie & her family growing up. She loved her family so much. Please let us know if we can help with anything.
Posted at:09/19/2016 10:10 am
Shannon McElroy - email@example.com
I've known and worked with Vonnie for 6 years at Family First Health. She was always a light in the darkness and willing to help you in any way that she could. Her smile and her spirit will be missed. My sincere condolences to her family, friends, and all of her co-workers.
Posted at:09/19/2016 10:10 am
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My prayers and deepest sympathy to the entire Smith Families. Such a loss but there's a new angel in heaven and she was surely welcomed by Msgr. Tom and other family and friends. Janet (Eline) McMaster
Posted at:09/19/2016 12:12 pm
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Jess, Tim & family,
My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.May all your fond memories help you this difficult time.I worked with Vonnie at the Hanover Shoe and have many fond & happy memories of her. May she rest in peace.
Posted at:09/19/2016 12:12 pm
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Jessica, I am so sorry for your loss. The death of a parent is always devestating, but at her young age I just can't imagine how you are feeling. My prayers are with you and your family.
Posted at:09/19/2016 12:12 pm
Joyce Weaver- Miller - email@example.com
Jessica, Timmy , Dennis and the entire family,
This is unreal.... I have known Vonnie since she was 6 years old. I have memories from Edge Grove with her but the best memories are the years I worked with her at the Hanover Shoe, the beach trips and the times spent together outside of work. I will miss talking to her and messaging her on face book. Her smile and bubbly personality can never be forgotten.
Vonnie has joined her family in heaven and you have a very special guardian angel. Her legacy will shine thru her children and grandchildren.
Cherish the memories!
Vonnie, I will miss you. Save me a beach chair on the heavenly beach and I will meet you there someday. I will miss you!
Thought and prayers,
Posted at:09/19/2016 3:03 pm
Jessica Casper -
I'm so terribly sorry to hear this news. Vonnie was a wonderful person and she will be missed by so many. Prayers to your family in this time of grief.
Posted at:09/19/2016 4:04 pm
Sharon Hockensmith - Slhockensmith@comcast.net
From kindergarten I have known you as a friend. We may have lost touch after high school, but then came together as friends of You and Dennis . Had fun times at the beach as well. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and all those friends you made , easily making everyone around you feel so loved and relaxed in comfort while around you. We will all miss your smile.
Posted at:09/19/2016 6:06 pm
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Dear Jess and family, thinking of you at this time. I'm so sorry for your loss. You will all be in my prayers! Vonnie was a sweet lady and I'm so glad ninjas the privilege to know her!
Lori Vidal & family
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Mary Kale - Mtkale@embarqmail.com
I am so sorry for your loss. Vonnie was the sweetest women. I will always remember that infectious smile. May your family feel the prayers of all the people whose lives she touched.
Posted at:09/19/2016 9:09 pm
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Jessica, Timmy and family, my thoughts and prayers for you. I was saddened to read the passing of Vonnie. I worked with Vonnie at the Hanover Shoe. I have many fond memories of her, she was my mentor back then. She loved her family so much. Heaven has a new angel.
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You were a truly wonderful and caring person and you will be truly missed by us all.
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Makaylie, Shane (Buddy), Cole and Rylee
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Tammy Stough - email@example.com
My thoughts and prayers to out to Vonnie's family and friends. I had the pleasure of working with Vonnie at Family First Health. She was a light in the community health world. Her contagious smile and laugh will truly be missed.
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Jen & Scott Hartlaub - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica, Scott & I were shocked and saddened by this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love you!
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Carolyn DeLoe - email@example.com
I had the pleasure of working with Vonnie at our Gettysburg office. She was truly one of the most warm and caring women I have ever encountered. She will surely be missed.
Posted at:09/20/2016 10:10 am
Vicky Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear, Wilhide family
May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time.
Posted at:09/21/2016 9:09 am
Yvonne Yantis - email@example.com
Dear Jessica and family, My heart goes out to all of you. I worked with your Mom and knew her thru Hanover Family Care. She was a special wonderful lady. So glad I had a chance to cross paths with her. She touched a lot of lives in so many ways. She will be watching over all of you from Heaven. God Bless all with his peace and give you comfort now and in all the days ahead. Yvonne Yantis
Posted at:09/21/2016 12:12 pm
Jacqui Hart - Jacquih2014@hotmail.com
sorry for your loss. I pray that God will always be there for her and take the best care of her in every possible way. Let's pray for God to be there for you and your family in days like these whether they are good or bad. Let God be there for you and help you in every way possible and let him heal those who want to be healed in those in need.
Posted at:09/24/2016 11:11 pm
Pat Adams - firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so sad to hear of Yvonne's passing. She was my classmate at Delone and was always friendly and kind to all. My thoughts and prayers are with Yvonne and her family at this time.
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