Donald Blair Replogle, 88, of Martinsburg, formerly of New Enterprise, passed away on April 12, 2020, Easter Sunday, at Homewood in Martinsburg. He was born on January 9, 1932 in Roaring Spring; son of the late Nathaniel E. and Ida “Kathryn” (Hall) Replogle. On January 27, 1951 at the United Methodist Parsonage in Martinsburg, he was united in marriage to Dorothy Ann (Grubb) Replogle. She was his “Forever Sweetheart” for 69 years. Don was a Replogle High School Class of 1950 graduate and a lifetime member of the Loysburg United Methodist Church. He was a hard working and dedicated dairy farmer all of his life, owning Three Spring Run Farm and stepping away only 2 years ago. Don enjoyed spending time with his family, and loved whenever everyone would get together. Don enjoyed Sunday drives with his wife, riding his four-wheeler around the farm, attending church, traveling (his favorite destination was Alaska), square dancing, NASCAR racing, and RFD-TV. He drove a school bus for many years; was an active member of the Pennsylvania Farmer’s Association; and past-president of the local county Pennsylvania Farm Bureau. Don was well known for his smile and contagious laugh. He will be deeply missed by his family and all those who knew him.
Don was preceded in death by a brother James Replogle and a great-granddaughter Milly Jean Replogle. Surviving are his wife Dorothy Ann; son Steve “Blair” Replogle and wife Cindy of New Enterprise; son Dennis Replogle and wife Sandy of Hopewell Twp.; son Allen Replogle and wife Angie of New Enterprise; grandchildren Mandi Cottle (Steve), Casey Salyards (Adam), Nathaniel Replogle (Laura), Ethan Replogle (Amanda), Mason Replogle, Carter Replogle, and Aiden Replogle; great-grandchildren Riley, Logan, and Braden “Blair” Cottle; Lucy “Kate”Salyards; and Aria and Gannon Replogle. Due to recent COVID-19 regulations and restrictions services will be held privately. Interment will be in Baker-Replogle Cemetery. If so desired, Memorial Contributions in Donald’s name can be made to the Woodbury Food Pantry. Arrangements by Weaver Funeral Home, LLC (weaversfh.com); Woodbury.
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