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Kim posted a condolence
Thursday, July 27, 2017He never looks for praises He's never one to boast He just goes on quietly working For those he loves the most His dreams are seldom spoken His wants are very few And most of the time his worries Will go unspoken too He's there.... A firm foundation Through all our storms of life A sturdy hand to hold to In times of stress and strife A true friend we can turn to When times are good or bad One of our greatest blessings, The man that we call Dad. I'll love you forever, Dad!
Jeanne Farren posted a condolence
Friday, July 14, 2017Bingaman Girls: I have many wonderful memories of my favorite uncle. From summer vacations at the Laurel Lake house, with no indoor plumbing but many mosquitoes, to Crystal Beach along the Chesapeake Bay we looked forward to summer vacations spent with our Bingaman cousins. Uncle Barney would bring many inner tubes for us to use in the lake and beach which he got from his family's garage in Folcroft. Later years were spent playing board games and cards with Uncle Barney always the diligent scorekeeper. No one ever had to double check his math as his mind was always sharp as a tack. I will miss him a lot but will have wonderful family memories to cherish forever. May he rest in peace. Jeanne
C. Ford posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 12, 2017My condolences to the family of Mr. Bingaman. May the God of comfort grant the family peace at this sad time. The Bible gives us hope in that one day soon God will end suffering for all mankind. ( Psalms 37:9-11)
Kareen and Greg Niblock posted a condolence
Sunday, July 9, 2017Dear Beth and family, We are so very sad for you and your family on the loss of your dad. The story of his life spanned a remarkable 95 years and each chapter of his life has wonderful memories. May you find comfort and peace as you recall those special times you shared with him. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you during this painful time. Love, Kareen and Greg Niblock
Bruce Pote posted a condolence
Saturday, July 8, 2017This is the second Veteran of World War Two who I have known that has passed in the last month. The similarities are striking. They served their country and their community. They worked hard and raised their children who have gone on to take their places as responsible members of society. They have been blessed with grandchildren and great grandchildren. Besides being good fathers, they were good husbands. After loving their wives all their lives, they could be found faithfully stationed at their partner’s bedside during those difficult last days. I am sure that, in accordance with his beliefs, Barney is now “In the Garden” with Dorothy and free of the burdens on this side of the veil. A wonderful story and legacy of a great guy from that “Greatest Generation”.
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Friday, July 7, 2017