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Leroy Charles Sensenig

Leroy Charles Sensenig, 86, of Lancaster, PA, passed away on December 27, 2020 from complications of COVID. Born on December 9, 1934 in Coatesville, PA, he was the son of the late Willard Neeham and Kathryn (Hertzler) Sensenig and was the husband of Marian E. Harnish, whom he married on July 23, 1988.

He grew up near Martins Corner, Chester County on a farm. After auctioneer school, Leroy served in the military for 2 years and enjoyed cattle sales, raising steers, selling cattle semen for many years, owned Sensenig Farm Supplies selling field seeds to local farmers for 22 years.  He was a very hard worker.

Leroy was knowledgeable with local history, Bible studies, meeting others unspoken needs, and won awards for most and best of sales.  He prayed his commitment to God and God kept His promise to take care of his needs. He enjoyed Bill Gaither, RFD TV, Lawrence Welk, and Andy Griffin.

He lived in Quarryville for 60 years and loved his pets of raising beef steers.

Leroy was a member of Wesley Church of Quarryville, PA.  He fully enjoyed serving in multiple compacities and making a difference.

Leroy is survived by his wife; Marian, two children; Kathryn married to Greg Light, MA, and Ray Sensenig, TX, grandchildren; Crystal Sensenig, and Carmella Sensenig, great-grandson; Hunter Sensenig, brothers; William Wayne, married to Sue Hudler, and Allen Lester, and sister; Lillian, married to George Welsh. He was preceded in death by two brothers; Carl and Paul.

His favorite quote: Everyone has a problem!

A graveside service will be private at the convenience of the family.
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