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Earl G. McClintock

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Earl G. McClintock, 97, of Carlisle, died on Friday, March 3, 2017 at the Church of God Home, Carlisle.  He was born on August 17, 1919 in Shermans Dale, and was a son of the late George S. and Anna F. (Brownawell) McClintock, and was the dedicated husband of 69 years to the late Marian E. (Potteiger) McClintock, who died on January 31, 2010.

Earl was a U. S. Army veteran of War World II and served in the Pacific Theater around Luzon and participated in the Occupation of Japan near Honshu.  He retired in 1981 from the Carlisle Barracks after 24 years of service.  Earl formerly worked for Bethlehem Steel Co., and the Mechanicsburg Naval Depot.  He was a member of the former First United Methodist Church and a current member of Carlisle United Methodist Church for more than 60 years.  Earl was a member of the North Middleton Twp. Senior Citizens and AARP.  Earl enjoyed his family, square dancing with Marian, walking at the mall, and having coffee with the gang at McDonalds.

He is survived by his loving family which includes; one son, Ronald (Saundra) McClintock of Carlisle, two grandsons; Lee (Megan) McClintock of Elizabethtown and David (Ashley) McClintock of Middletown, one sister, Lydia Sutton of Carlisle, one great-granddaughter, Grace A. McClintock of Elizabethtown and several nieces and nephews.  He was predeceased by six brothers; William, Aaron, Archie, Cecil, John and Carl McClintock and three sisters; Goldie Wickard, Violet Ludt and Marie Motter.


A viewing will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 followed by funeral services at 11:00 a.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Mira Hewlett officiating. Burial with Military Honors by Cumberland County Honor Guard will be in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens, Carlisle.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Carlisle United Methodist Church Missions, 45 S. West St., Carlisle, PA 17013.  Visit www.Since1853.com to send condolences.


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To the McClintock family, a caring reminder that you and your family are close in our thoughts and prayers. Earl always had a kind word to say. We would see him walking in the mall and he would stop and talk. At church he would ask how the family was doing. He will be missed.
Mike and Cindy Landis
 Dear Ronnie and Family, Bill and I will not be able to attend the services for your Dad, but will be thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers.
Deb McClintock
Sending our Deepest Sympathy to the Family & Friends of Earl. He will be missed by many. Remembering Earl as helping us Square Dance at the nursing home in Carlisle, he always enjoyed it.We dance many years ago with Earl & his dear wife when they belong to the C.P.C.A. Assoc. They were both Great Friends to be with.
Edward & Dorothy Hopple
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Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Inc.
Since 1853
630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone:  (717) 243-2421
"Five Generations of Service"
Steven A. Ewing, FD, Supervisor, Owner
William M. Ewing, FD
(1926 ~ 2009)
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(1926 ~ 2009)
Jessie Morrison Ewing, FD
(1892 ~ 1988)
William J. Ewing, FD
(1898 ~ 1934)
Hastings A. Ewing, FD
(1866 ~ 1924)
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(1831 ~ 1903)

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