PawPaw you were my biggest cheerleader no matter what went on. You were always in my corner. I love all of my memories with you.
I will miss my beloved Uncle with all of my heart. Church without him will not be the same ! My heart aches for everyone who is going to miss him. He was a special person I will forever hold him in my heart !! You are now in the arms of Jesus!! You run your race and won the prize! Always in my heart!! Sherry
So sorry to see that Delbert passed away. Fond memories at Centenary Church in Yankeetown with you guys and Rev. Crane.
So sorry to see Delbert passed away. Fond memories at Centenary Church in Yankeetown.
Sorry to hear of Delbert’s passing.
Our condolences to all the family.
Thank you so much. We are having a memorial service Saturday, February 20, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., at Centenary General Baptist Church, 7877 Yankeetown Rd., Newburgh, IN 47630.
So sorry to hear of Delbert’s passing.
Our condolences to all of the family.
I have good memories of you when I was young in Yankeetown. I haven’t seen you in years but it still doesn’t change how I loved you.. Adjust your crown and wear it proudly. Love you and Rest Peacefully in heaven… Until we meet again….
Sorry to learn of Delbert’s passing. Fond memories at Centenary Church in Yankeetown. RIP Delbert. Rejoice in heaven with Rev. Crane.
Sorry to learn of Delbert’s passing. Fond memories at Centenary Church in Yankeetown. RIP Delbert. Rejoice in Heaven with Rev. Ray Crane.
Rest easy Uncle Delbert. Enjoy reuniting with all the family gone before you. May yours eternal reward be everything expected and deserved. Much love until we meet again.
May fond memories of your love one bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My deepest condolences.
Delbert John Pfingston, 82, passed away on January 18, 2021 in Evansville, Indiana. He was born in Evansville, Indiana to his parents, Elizabeth (Meredith) Pfingston and James Pfingston, on June 3rd, 1938.
Delbert served our country in the United States Army. He was a truck driver for over 50 years and this allowed him to travel. Delbert was a true outdoorsman and thoroughly enjoyed spending quality time in nature. He was an avid hunter who loved duck hunting, fishing, and just being outside listening to the birds. He would also enjoy his time on the water and would go boating as often as possible. His favorite thing to do was spending quality time with his family. Above all else, he adored and loved his family the most and he will be deeply missed by them.
Preceding Delbert in death are his parents; his siblings, Walter, Emmett, Joe, Kenny, and Richard Pfingston and Hattie McCarty.
Surviving Delbert his wife of 62 years, Erma Pfingston; his children, Gary Pfingston and Carol (Dan) Odom; his grandchildren, Amber (Eric) Sellers and Daniel, Jr., Jacob, and Jared Odom; his great grandchildren, Elise Hibbs, Jesse Gibson, and Shelby Sellers; and many beloved nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be scheduled and held at a later date.
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