Melvin Woodrow Greenwalt

Melvin Woodrow Greenwalt, 77, of Mt. Jackson, passed away Saturday, November 6, 2010 at his home.  The funeral will be held Wednesday, November 10 at 2:00 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home in Woodstock.  Pastor Phil Speicher will officiate.  Burial will be private in Valley Pike Church of the Brethren Cemetery near Woodstock.

Mr. Greenwalt was born October 24, 1933 in Berryville, son of the late Charles Lester  and Virginia Greenwalt Jr.  He was an automobile mechanic and an air conditioning and transmission specialist working for Swartz’s Cadillac in Baltimore Md.  He was preceded in death by sons Charles and William,  daughter Patricia and sister Ethel.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia Alice Lowery Greenwalt; sons George and Robert; daughter Virginia; sisters Thelma and Louise; one grandson, two granddaughters, one great grandson and one great granddaughter.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Lighthouse Marketplace ministries, 246 E. High Street, Woodstock, Va. 22664.

Melvin dedicated his life to helping his family, especially his granddaughter, whenever they needed it.

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One Condolence to Melvin Woodrow Greenwalt

  1. Virginia Tusing says:

    Pat, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband Mickey. I pray that the Lord will give you strength. Trust in the Lord and he will see you through. The Lord will be with you in whatever you do. He will be your guide and stay by your side. Always remember that he’s there to help you. The joy of the Lord is our strength. He knows when you are going through those sorrowful times in your life. Even if we but whisper the name Jesus he will always hear your cry through all your prayers. Sometimes as the Lord gives us the name of someone to pray for, we should. So I will be praying for you. Always remember that you have friends who loves you. Call them up so they can encourage you. God knows what you have need of and he will always make a way where there is none. Hold on to your faith. Stay strong in the Lord. God Bless and I love ya. your dear friend,
    Virginia Tusing