Charles R. Doll Jr.
10/24/1938 - 12/28/2016
Charles R. Doll Jr., 78, of Hanover, passed away Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at the Hanover Hospital. He was the husband of Ellen (Kane) Doll, his wife of 54 years. Born October 24, 1938 in York, he was the son of the late Charles R. Doll Sr. and Mary Grace (Noel) Doll. Charlie retired in 1992 from the PA Department of Transportation as a Construction Supervisor, and was the former owner of Powder Horn Gun Shop in McSherrystown. Following retirement he took over coaching George Mason University Trap team and taught Trap and Skeet at the University for over 10 years. He was a member of St. Vincent Catholic Church in Hanover, a 1957 graduate of Delone Catholic High School in McSherrystown, a member of New Oxford Rod & Gun Club, PA State Sportmen’s Assoc. where he was inducted into their hall of fame, a life member of the Amateur Trap Shooting Assoc., and the Knights of Columbus, Fish & Game Assoc., and Home Assoc., all of McSherrystown, and proudly served in the US Air Force. Charlie enjoyed competition all his life. At Delone he played three sports and that carried over into the Air Force, where he played football and was named to the All Air Force and All European football team. He also was an avid hunter and enjoyed spending time with family and friends especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Surviving in addition to his wife are three children, Audrey Rippeon of Littlestown, Chuck Doll and his wife Vicky of Irishtown and Kelly Doll and her husband Jonathan Seller of Australia; four grandchildren, April Rippeon, Carrie Doll, Katie Seller and Grace Seller; two great-grandchildren, Cameron and Evan Neiman. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 3, 2017, at St. Vincent Church in Hanover, with Rev. Michael P. Reid as celebrant. Burial will follow in Annunciation Cemetery, McSherrystown with military honors provided by the Hanover Allied Veterans Honor Guard. Friends and relatives will be received Monday 6 to 8 p.m. at Murphy Funeral Home, 501 Ridge Ave, McSherrystown, with a prayer service held at 8 p.m. Memorial contributions in memory of Charles may be made to American diabetes Assoc., 3544 N. Progress Ave, Suite 101, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
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Posted at:12/31/2016 11:11 am
Janet (Eline) McMaster - email@example.com
Sending condolences to the family of my classmate. See you at the next reunion when we all meet again.
Posted at:01/01/2017 2:02 pm
Kay Scheivert - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuck, I am so sorry to hear of the lost of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted at:01/02/2017 10:10 am
Jeffrey B Fertich - email@example.com
I wanted to extend a memory of Chuck. I was probably one of many college engineering interns with Penndot that Chuck worked with over the years. In the summer of 1986 I was assigned a small bridge project where Chuck was the chief,near Caledonia. I learned a lot about construction from Chuck as well as how to handle contractors, it was a pleasure working with him. The next summer I had graduated and was loaned out to Penndot from a private company for the Rt 15 highway expansion. Chuck saw me arrive at the project and immediately got me into the bridge construction inspection section, saving me from a summer of watching contractors grade dirt and pound rocks, I was very grateful for Chuck for that. I am sorry for your lose and I will remember Chuck fondly. I have my own engineering firm now and I still rely on the things I learned those couple of summers.
Posted at:01/02/2017 1:01 pm
Bill Atkins - firstname.lastname@example.org
It is with great sorrow that I say goodbye to an old dear friend and to you, his survivors, I offer my condolences. He was a friend,a mentor in shooting, and someone I always looked forward to sharing time with. I am much richer for having had him as a friend.
Posted at:01/05/2017 1:01 pm
Michelle Smith - email@example.com
My condolences to the family. For many years my family was acquainted with the Doll's though their gun shop. In college I was a roommate and a sorority sister of Kelly. I learned of good family times and I remember a funny her Dad said to Kelly as a small child not wanting to eat a meal "Kelly...eat it or wear it!" I guess that was the wrong directive, she chose wear it. I see that his great family values and 2nd amendment appreciation was spread to many and as a roommate of Kelly I became a CHP holder after attending GMU. As a coach at GMU he was able to reach and influence many young lives. Bless you now in heaven and your family in this time of loss.
Posted at:01/05/2017 10:10 pm
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Posted at:01/22/2017 10:10 am
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