SFC (Ret) Blaine L. Havice Jr., US Army, of Carlisle,
reported for his final roll call on Wednesday March 23, 2016 at LifeCare Hospitals in Mechanicsburg. He
was born on June 1, 1931 in Burnham, PA. He was educated in the schools of Mifflin County.
Blaine was a graduate of Penn State University, earning
a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science and a Master's Degree in American Studies. Blaine served
in the United States Army for over 20 years. He was retired from the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the
Army of Occupation (Germany) and the Korean Conflict. He was a Vietnam Veteran, serving with the 23rd Infantry
Division during the TET offensive. His military awards included the Bronze Star, The Purple Heart, The
Army Commendation Medal, The Good Conduct Medal, plus numerous campaign medals with 5 battle stars. Blaine
held memberships in numerous fraternal organizations including The Knights of Columbus, The Ancient Order of Hibernians, The
DAV, American Legion, and the VFW. He was a member of Mary Queen of Peace Chapel, Carlisle Barracks and
St. Patrick Church in Carlisle.
He is survived
by his loving wife, companion, care giver, and best friend, Ann Marie (Lippi) Havice and his loving daughter, Kelly Ann.
He is also survived by other numerous family and friends.
will be held at the convenience of the family. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, assisted the family
with the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.
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I am praying for Ann Marie and Kelly Ann that our Lord will give you strength
and comfort in your loss, knowing that Blaine is at peace with Him.
Josephine Bailey Freund
We were saddened to hear of Blaine's passing. We remember your family fondly from the Hamilton
Court Days. Praying for you all.
and Vicki Stirkey
So sorry to read of Blaine's death. It's been
a long time since you baby-sat my kids (who are now in their 50's) but I fondly remember when you and Blaine and I worked
at the Bureau of Standards. My condolences on your loss and I pray that God will bear you up during this time of mourning.
Our prayers go to the family of Blaine Havice
Jr. He was preceded in death by a son Alan B Havice, he is survived by daughters Nikki Fields, Heide Sholter, Anita Barnes,
Helena Wheeler, Daniela Mumford, Daughter-in-law Lynn Havice & families. He is also survived by a brother David Havice,
two sisters Linda Stidfole & Mary Jean Machamer & families. RIP til with meet again.
Your loving family
Our thoughts & prayers for Blaine Havice's half-brother Ralph Havice &
half-sister Barbara Lauver & family in the passing of their brother. May you find peace.
Members of the family
It is with sadness but
also joy that I bid farewell to Blaine Havice, who I know was escorted by angels to his final reward in heaven with our Sacred
Lord. He was a good friend, loving father, faithful husband, and a faithful servant to Our Lord. 2 tours in Vietnam and
a Korean War Veteran; he served his country well. In the Ancient Order of Hibernians, he served as our veteran coordinator
and was a member for over 10 years. I am sure he started this morning and will every morning to come with the Lord having
a "cup of Joe", which never seemed far from his hand. You might not also have known this, but Blaine made an unsuccessful
run for Congress. Just as well, he would not have fit in well with that element. I am sure this is going to be very tough
on wife, Ann and daughter, Kelly Ann, but they will make it. He was so proud of both of them and his main concern was that
they make it through all of this. They were a tight knit unit and when part of such a tea!
m leaves it is always hard
on those who remain. There will be tears, but also wonderful memories to comfort them. I have lost a true friend on earth,
but I have gained a great advocate in heaven. Tom Kane, the Kane Family and Members of the AOH.
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