Calling Hours:
Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 12:00-1:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA

Funeral Service:
Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 1:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Rev. Chris McLaughlin, officiating
Pastor of Linesville Baptist Church

Burial will be in Hadley Cemetery

Herbert J. Vanderslice, age 83, of Beatty School Road, Hadley, passed away Friday, October 21,2022 in Sharon Regional Medical Center.

He was born in Greenville on March 22,1939 to Frank L and Jean L (Jones) Vanderslice. Herb was a 1958 graduate of Pymatuning Joint High School and a 1989 graduate of Eastern New Mexico University with a BA in Business Administration. He retired in 2002 from the Internal Revenue Service in Phoenix, AZ where he had been employed for fifteen years. He was previously employed by Anderson Construction and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Herb was a member of Perry Baptist Church and was a past member of Fraternal Order of Eagles #805 and Greenville Family Moose Center #276. He enjoyed gardening, traveling, hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.

On July 24,1958 he married the former Pearl L. Varner, she passed away February 8, 2009. Herb is survived by a daughter, Pamela Fahl and her husband Greg of Bedford, IN, a son, Scott Vanderslice and his wife Nikki of Sharon, two sisters, Mary Grantham and her husband Mark and Betty Gold and her husband Rick, a brother, Frank Vanderslice and his wife Charla all of Greenville, six grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father and his wife Helen Vanderslice, his mother Jean Sherbondy and her husband Harold Sherbondy,his wife Pearl, a son, Herbert J. Vanderslice, JR., two brothers, Robert Vanderslice and Duane Vanderslice and a step-brother, Daniel Speck.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 6704, Hagerstown, MD 21741



  1. Joseph L. & Anna Marie Fry (Consiglio) Joseph L. & Anna Marie Fry (Consiglio)
    October 23, 2022    

    Our thoughts & prayers are with the family at this time of sadness. Herb was such a wonderful guy with a huge heart. He was always such a pleasant guy most definitely. I will miss chatting with him on facebook.
    May the beautiful memories that you shared with Herb be etched into your hearts forever. Rest in Peace Herb.

  2. Jim & Karen Tumpak Jim & Karen Tumpak
    October 23, 2022    

    Our deepest condolences to Herb’s family. May he Rest In peace Prayers to all !!

  3. Linda Dredla Linda Dredla
    October 23, 2022    

    Uncle Herb will be missed by so many. He was a kind loving funny guy. Prayers for peace to family and friends. One of a kind. RIP You will be with with your love now.

  4. Robyn Nunemaker Robyn Nunemaker
    October 24, 2022    

    There are so many wonderful things I could say about Herb. We met by chance over 10 years ago and became best friends and soulmates from that second on. No one understood our relationship but we didn’t care. We’d talk and laugh for hours. About anything! He loved his entire family so very much! He especially loved and missed Pee Wee & Skip tremendously. He loved my daughter too. He loved life. Even though he was in pain his whole life, he found a way to find happiness. Everyone loved Herb. There’s no way you couldn’t once you met him. I am already feeling the void in my heart with him being gone. We would keep in touch every day and I miss that terribly. I also feel a sense of relief because all he’s really ever wanted was to see Pearl again and to know what it feels like to be pain free. So know he finally knows! And I hope you all know a little bit more about what a great man he was from my point of view. He was one of the last few real gentleman left. Prayers and hugs to his family.

  5. GNH GNH
    October 24, 2022    

    Uncle Herb you definitely were one of a Kind .
    Tell Aunt Pearl Skippy , and Mom Hello .
    You will be missed .
    I know you showed up Blowing that Horn.

    Love ya

  6. Sherry Sherry
    October 24, 2022    

    Uncle Herb you will be missed by many .You were the uncle anyone could hope for . Some of my favorite childhood memories were spending time with you ,Aunt Pearl ,Scotty Pam and Skippy.. Love you !

  7. Dixie Rhoades Dixie Rhoades
    October 24, 2022    

    My deepest sympathy to the family! Herb was a classmate of mine and a very great man. May he rip now pain free and with his saviour and Pearl!

  8. Debra Varner Paling Debra Varner Paling
    October 25, 2022    

    A light has gone from our world, Uncle Herb you will be forever missed. He was never too busy to talk to me or offer advice – & he was so very smart. He was very young at heart & always knew how to make me laugh. I have so many memories, one of the best was when he & Aunt Pearl drove over to see me in So. CA from Phoenix, I was happy to have them in my home to meet my husband & get a glimpse of my life here. I was proud of him. He was very opinionated of many things – food, music, politics, sports. His opinion always made sense to me, we shared many values & outlooks! I would look forward to going “home” to PA to catch up with him, it won’t be the same now. He filled the room with his huge personality. Rest in peace Uncle, thank you for loving me & share my hug with Aunt Pearl. Scott & Pam I send you my love.

  9. Becky Piccolin Becky Piccolin
    October 25, 2022    

    Sympathies to Herb’s family. What a great guy! He certainly was a gentleman.

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