David Edwin Sherbondy, age 79, of Greenville passed away peacefully on Friday, June 10, 2022.

Dave was born in Greenville, Pennsylvania, on August 19, 1942, the youngest of five children of the late Leo and Mabel (Snodgrass) Sherbondy. He attended Kennard United Methodist Church, and in retirement years provided lawn care for the Church. Dave graduated from Greenville Area High School in 1961.

He was employed many years by the Greenville Tube Company in Reynolds. Later in life, he worked for Sugar Grove Township and The Old Furniture Shop with his brother, Dick Sherbondy. Dave and his mother Mabel enjoyed summer vacations at the Christian Admiral in Cape May, New Jersey. In recent years, Dave took several bus trips with friends. He participated in various social activities at the Greenville House and his Wii bowling skills were well renown.

Dave was the last family member to leave the homestead on Ray Road, Kennard, where his parents and siblings had lived since 1942. Year after year David maintained large and productive vegetable gardens. Upon selling the farm, Dave resided at the Greenville House until his health declined in April 2022.

Dave is survived by twelve nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Dave was preceded in death by four brothers, Donald, Richard (Dick), Paul, and Lloyd (Teak); and an infant sister, Mary Louisa. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 South Main St., Greenville. There will be no funeral service per Dave’s wishes. Burial will be in Rocky Glen Cemetery, Adamsville, Pennsylvania.



  1. Lance Hoffman Lance Hoffman
    June 11, 2022    

    I live in Greenville House. Dave and I liked to tease each other about the weather. I enjoyed bowling with Dave and seeing who the better bowler was. Of course Dave beat me every time.
    I will miss teasing and joking with him. He was funto be around.

  2. David G, Eajub David G, Eajub
    June 13, 2022    

    I had lost touch over the years, but David Sherbondy was a good friend and many good times. Rest In Peace my old friend.

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