Howard L. Fesenmyer Jr.'s Condolences

My Sympathies to Susan & Michael, David & Cindy and Jon and families.
— Michael Reinsel

Dear Susie, Mike, and Family, Mr. Fesenmyer was a wonderful man and a friend to all. After all these years, he still knew me by name, and never hesitated to say "Hello."He will certainly be missed. My condolences.
— Clare (Schweinberg) Pusateri

So Sorry to learn of Howard''s passing. Our deepest condolences to the entire family. There are too many great stories of my global travels with Uncle Howard. A true gentleman and community supporter. Unfortunately, he is joining a large number of Zippo retirees in the afterworld. I will see you there some day, My Friend. May you rest in peace
— mike and diane schuler

So sad to lose such a great man who did so much and left his mark in so many ways and in many hearts. I first met Howard when I was interviewed for a job in the Credit Dept in 1972. I had to talk to the person I would be working for, who made me so nervous and when Howard walked into the room with that sweet smile I felt so much better. Over the years at Zippo, he never lost his smile or his compassion. He gave his all and I always felt what a great representative of Zippo he must have been when traveling to other countries. He touched so many lives and was such a wonderful man. Will be missed by many.
— Bonnie Spry

As an officer of the Oak Hill Cemetery Association, as was Howard a member, I would always go to him for fundraising assistance since he knew everybody and he helped me greatly. If you were alone with him and he was speaking to you in that most effective voice, you never walked away without knowing what he was trying to say. AND he only said it once. He was so helpful to us in many ways. John Watson

Mike,Susie and families, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. He was always kind to me and usually had some very good advice to pass along. May he Rest In Peace.
— Theresa Colella” Teetah“

We were glad to be able to share in the Service for Howard, a good Man! Spent many great times with Howard and Dorthea on my trips to Bradford. A kind and giving man who lived a full life. Love and thoughts to all the family ??
— Jim & Lynn Thomas

Susan, David and family—I wanted to express my sincere sorrow to hear about your loss. Howard was a wonderful man and so humble. He did so much for Zippo and Bradford. I will miss miss him.
— Bruce Gallagher

To Howard’s Family— We send you our deepest sympathy on the passing of Howard. He was a dear and beloved friend to us and to many others, and it was a joy to have known him for the past 45 years. His love and service to the Bradford community will forever be noted and remembered.
— Jim & Lisa Evans

So very sorry for your loss. Such a wonderful man.
— Gail Moyer

Bradford is a better place because of Howard. He had such a big heart, giving of his time to so many. I am fortunate to have known him and always get a big smile when I think of him and Dorothea. They were the perfect couple. Thank you Howard!
— Jill Dunn

Susie, Mike and David. Our deepest sympathy with the passing of this great man. He was a man of passion, integrity and great faith. May his sole rest in eternal peace.
— Ruth Pehonsky

Susan and Mike- Saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Fesenmyer. A wonderful and kind person who will be mi
— Bonny Steck

Susan Mike David Cindy and Jon. We will forever miss Howard. His smiling face and twinkling eyes always happy to see you. His faith and ours tell that he is happy now with his dear Dorothea and Judy. We are honored and grateful to have known him and to call him a friend.
— Bill & Terri Leven

A genuine gentle man. I was honored to work many years under his leadership at Zippo. A wonderful man who will truly be missed. I''m so privileged to have known Howard. God Bless his entire family during this difficult time.
— Carol Vinca

To Susan, Mike, David, Cindy, and Jon. Our deepest sympathies. Howard was a mentor, second father, and member of the family. The world is a better place because of him. Truly the worlds nicest man. He will be missed. Chris, Lisa, Adam, and Ross Keller
— Chris Keller

I join with so many others who knew Howard in offering my deepest sympathy on his passing. Although it is little consolation at this sad time, it should be of no little satisfaction to know that in his passing you can celebrate the life of a man who was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. The measure of a life well-lived is not in the material possessions they have accumulated, but rather through the lives they touched and the sorrow they leave behind. If the outpouring of sympathy on his loss is any indication, you can proudly and confidently say that his was indeed a life well-lived. May you find peace and comfort in knowing that his loss is felt by all who knew and respected him. With my sincere condolences,
— John Cinelli

Howard sounds like he was a wonderful man. I am so sorry for your loss. I have several Zippo lighters saved that he gave to his sister Ruth Miller (my grandmother). I send love and peace to you all.
— Darcy Watts

So sorry for your loss! Thoughts and prayers with you all!
— Karen & Gary Milliman

It saddens me greatly to hear of Howard''s passing. No doubt, I''m one among many who count themselves fortunate to have spent a portion of their lives knowing, loving, and learning from this wonderful man. Evelyn and I send send prayers and best wishes to Susan, David and family.
— Livingston and Evelyn Alexander

Mike and Sue, we are so sorry for the loss of your Dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
— Bill and Barb Black

Sue - my sincere condolences to you and your entire family on the passing of a truly wonderful man. Your dad had an unflappable and kind demeaner - one I wish the rest of the world emulated. Tonight I light the Zippo lighter Howard gave to my father nearly 40 years ago in his honor. He was a good man and will be missed.
— Bob Dilks Jr.

My deepest sympathy to Susan, Mike, David, Cindy, Jon, and Families. I feel honored and blessed to have known Howard. He will be in my heart and memory forever.
— Kathleen Jones

Such a wonderful man, always so kind. Thoughts & prayers to Susan, David and your families.
— Anne Campogiani

Mr. Fesenmyer was a very kind man I knew while I was working at Zippo in the Advertising Dept. He always had kind words to say when we reminisced with me about my parents. God bless all of you during this difficult time. Fondly Judy Keenan

Howard was the kindness and most humble man I have ever met....always at early mass...he has done so much for our Bradford Community!...My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very sad time..
— Loretta Sampson