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Charles Delbert Biser Jr. 1951-2024

Mr. Charles Delbert Biser Jr., 72, of Waynesboro, PA, passed away Thursday, March 28, 2024 in WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital.

Charles Delbert Biser Jr.
Charles Delbert Biser Jr.

Born August 21, 1951 in Waynesboro, he was the son of the late Charles D. Biser, Sr. and Madeline (Davis) Biser.

Mr. Biser was a graduate of Smithsburg High School with the Class of 1969. He served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War from 1970-1972.

He and his wife of over 43 years, Brenda K. (Johnson) Biser, were married September 5, 1980 in Eyler’s Valley Chapel, Emmitsburg, MD.

Mr. Biser made his living as an auto mechanic. In his early life, he was employed Coyle 66 and later owned and operated Cascade 66. He also worked at Summit Services, Blue Ridge Summit and prior to his retirement in 2022, he worked at Warner’s Garage, Blue Ridge Summit.

He was a member of Germantown Bethel Church of God, Cascade, MD where he served as a deacon, William Max McLaughlin VFW Post # 695, Joe Stickell American Legion Post #15, Eagles Club, Inc. and Acacia Lodge # 586 F. & A.M., all of Waynesboro. He was also a member of Zembo Shrine and Harrisburg Consistory.

Mr. Biser enjoyed golf and gardening. He was an avid fan of Baltimore Ravens Football and Baltimore Oriole Baseball. Delbert was a founding member of the Unique Football Club. He also volunteered countless hours to coaching Little League, Colt and Pony League baseball at Pen Mar.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two children, Daniel McCleaf and his wife, Stacy of Waynesboro and Traci Porr of Hanover, PA; six grandchildren, Cy McCleaf, Owen McCleaf, Delani Stitely, Kaitlyn Porr, Chloe Stitely and Teagan Charli Porr; his siblings, Mike Biser (Robin) of Waynesboro and Becky Biser Stouffer of Emmitsburg; and a number of nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Ronald Biser.

Services will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 3, 2024 in Germantown Bethel Church of God, Raven Rock Road, Cascade with Pastor Linda Rosenberry and Mr. Steve Trostle officiating.

Burial will follow in the adjacent Bethel Church Cemetery, where military graveside honors will be conducted by the honor guard of Charles Nitterhouse V.F.W. Post #1599, Chambersburg.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m., Tuesday evening, in Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, 50 South Broad St., Waynesboro where Masonic Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. by the members of Acacia Lodge #586.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Germantown Bethel Church of God, 16924 Raven Roack Road, Cascade, MD 21719.



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