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Edwin E. Manbeck

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Edwin E. Manbeck, 86, of Mechanicsburg, PA passed away Saturday, September 26th, at his home surrounded by his loving family. Ed was born on January 21, 1934, in Enola, PA to the late Theresa (Gutshall) and Lester Manbeck. He was also predeceased by his sister: A. Lucille Shaffer. He was the loving husband of Nancy L. Manbeck for 61 years.

Ed served in the U.S. Navy from 1954 to 1958. He was retired from the Federal and State Government. He was a member of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church.

Ed was survived by a daughter: Tina Marie Shover; two sons: Edwin Eugene Manbeck and Duane Allen Manbeck; a sister: Ruth Hill; two brothers: Leroy Manbeck and Norman Manbeck; 5 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

A viewing will be held on Thursday, October 1, 2020 from 10 to 11 am at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Enola, PA. A funeral service will be held at 11 am at the church.

Interment to follow in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens in Carlisle, PA.

Due to Covid-19, masks will be required and social distancing will be observed.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Manbeck family.

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  1. I first met Ed when I bought his Aunt Lucy’s home in Mech. He was the Executor for her. When I made settlement and went for the first day to start moving in, there was this huge bright yellow Mum in a big pot on my front porch with a beautiful card from Ed, wishing me best wishes in my new home. How thoughtful! Rest well Ed.

  2. Mark,
    We are so sorry & shocked to hear of Ed’s passing. We had a lot of wonderful times, great conversations, delicious food & lots of fun together over the years.
    We hope your memories will help you through this difficult time.
    Sharon & George Simpson
    Bluffton, SC

  3. I am so sorry for the loss of Ed… We always had great times at conventions … Sending prayers of Peace & Love to mark and his family.

  4. Ed and I worked in the Promotion Products Industry for many years. Although we sold different products we enjoyed getting together and enjoyed spending time together..

    He was gracious to me when our show was in Atlantic City and I stayed with Ed and Mark before leaving for the show that included great wine and food.

    He was a wonderful man who lived a beautiful life surround by the people he loved. Mark and family I am absolutely heartbroken and my thoughts are with all of you now and the days to come. I will be forever grateful our paths crossed and I expect to see Ed on the other side someday. Hugs ❤️

  5. I worked with Ed for several years in retail. He was one of the good guys.
    Always a smile and positive attitude.
    Sympathy and prayers for his family.
    RIP Ed ?

  6. A very nice human being. We always enjoyed our time hanging out, in the kitchen having a glass (or a few) of wine. We tried our best to make a point to stop in when we were in town. The next time we are in town won’t be the same, but I look forward to the conversation with Mark, having a glass of wine in Ed’s honor and laughing. He will be missed.

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