David Clinton Geesaman, known as Clint, 52 of Waynesboro, PA died after an epic battle with cancer where not a single cell survived.
Our Superman laid down his cape, and battle worn, Clint marched into Heaven.
He is the son of the late David “Bunk” Geesaman, Jr. of Waynesboro, PA and Irene (Bakner) Fields Geesaman of Waynesboro, PA.
Clint was born in Hagerstown, Maryland along with his twin brother Cy Norman Geesaman of Shippensburg, PA and his triplet sister Kara Irene Geesaman of Waynesboro, PA on January 3, 1968.
He graduated from Waynesboro Area Senior High School with the Class of 1986.
Clint proudly served with American Bridge Company where he was a superintendent instrumental in improving infrastructure by rebuilding the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Washington, D. C., the 10th Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, PA, and the Tappanzee Bridge in NYC to name a few.
Clint is survived by his life partner Shanon Michele, as well as, his two children to a prior marriage, David Elias (Eli) Geesaman and Grace Kathleen Geesaman both of Waynesboro. PA. Clint is also survived by his mother, Irene (Bakner) Fields Geesaman, his sister Kara Irene Geesaman and her husband Todd Rahn; his brother Cy Norman Geesaman and his wife, Mary Rapp Geesaman, and their children, Hannah Marie Geesaman, Emma Elizabeth Geesaman and Clara Anne Geesaman all of Shippensburg, PA.; and his brother, Curtis V. Fields and his wife, Chris and their children, Joshua Fields and Kali Fields all of Claremont, NH.
Clint enjoyed the simple things in life like living on his farm, cooking, hunting, fishing, spending time with friends and family and his beagles.
He was raised in Blue Rock U.B. Church and Otterbein Church and was currently a member of The Owl’s Club, Moose Lodge #1191, and Joe Stickell American Legion Post #15, all of Waynesboro.
Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, December 4, 2020 at the family farm, 11100 Price’s Church Road, Waynesboro with Pastor Greg Helman officiating.
Guests are encouraged to bring a memory written down or one to share.
The family will receive friends from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., Friday, on the farm. Casual or farm attire is welcomed and Superman shirts are encouraged.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The Antietam Humane Society, 8513 Lyons Road, Waynesboro, PA 17268.
Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Waynesboro, is handling the arrangements.
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