Adalbert H. Neubauer

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May 9 1939
Sep 25 2017
78 Years
West Grove, Pennsylvania

Adalbert H. "Al" Neubauer, 78, of West Grove, passed away on Monday, September 25, 2017 at the Coatesville VA Hospice Center. Born in Butow, Germany, he was the son of the late Willi Otto Neubauer and Franziska Schikora Neubauer. 

Al immigrated to Pennsylvania with his family in 1951. He proudly served in the US Navy. For many years, he was a self employed master carpenter and did most of his work in restoration projects. He also served for over 20 years, as Scoutmaster for Troop #63 of Cochranville, PA.

He is survived by four children; Dieter Neubauer and wife Dee of Lititz, Bernadette Summers and husband Craig of Gap, Brian Neubauer and wife Tina of Nottingham and Erik Neubauer and wife Jaclyn of Mohnton, PA, 11 grandchildren, three great grandchildren and three siblings; Erika Hoffman of Pottstown, Arnold Neubauer of West Grove and Joachim "Jake" Neubauer of Skowhegen, MA.

Memorial services will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 11:00am at the Bethany Presbyterian Church, 2483 Baltimore Pike, Oxford, PA 19363 with visitation from 10 to 11:00am. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Al's memory to the Coatesville VAMC Hospice & Palliative Care Program, 1400 Black Horse Hill Rd., Coatesville, PA 19320.

Arrangements by the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, PA. Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Oct 7 2017 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Bethany Presbyterian Church

Condolences

We send our deepest sympathy on the loss of your father.

Our prayers are with you all.

Sincerely Dick and Teresa Brown

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Dear Bernadette, Dieter, Brian and Erik,

Heartfelt condolences to all of you and your immediate family.  Words cannot express the sadness of hearing the news of the loss of your father.  I will always hold heartfelt memories of my childhood with your family, and especially your father.  He always included me, as though I was one of his own.  The years of tagging along with Bernadette, whether it was camping, swimming at the pond in Chadds Ford, jumping in the car to go to Bunny's for ice cream, or playing outside in the summer around your house until after dark (flashlight tag, S.W.A.T., four square, freeze-tag, sledding, etc...), taking me camping and riding the 6-wheeler, crashing and calling me "Rocky", that name has always stuck we me over the many years.  Your dad was an amazing man, a good provider and a kind soul.  May God bless him, thoughts and prayers are with you all.  Rose XOX

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Thoughts and prayers to Danielle and your family!

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Dieter, Bernadette, Brian and Eric: your Virginia cousins are very sorry to hear about your father and we send our thoughts and prayers to you and your families. Al was a kind and gentle man and we loved him. I will always remember your mother singing "his" theme song to us whenever we would visit: "This is Uncle Al, the kiddies' pal...hello little friends, hello!"  ---Mack, Jen and Maddie Johnson

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Dear Dieter, Bernadette ,Brian and Eric so sorry to hear about your Father. He was such a nice man and everyone loved him. I will always remember the fun we had at Grandma Johnson house when all of you came to visit . Prayers to all of you . Kathleen Harris and Mary Cosico

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As members of BSA Troop 63, my sons were blessed to have Al as their Scout Master. He was dedicated to the principles of scouting and to a bunch of energetic teens. While rafting in the Delaware, I remember the boys' initial laughter when Al was thrown in, followed by their arms' extending to pull him safely back onboard. He taught them to have each others' backs! We will always have a special place in our hearts for Al! May God be with his family and friends.

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Dieter, Bernadette ,Brian and Eric, so sorry to hear of the loss of your father.  We heard so many good things about him from your relatives here in Virginia.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.    Jim and Nilla Harris

 

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