Received into the arms of our heavenly Father early Friday morning, Nov. 4, 2016, was Todd Stephen Wary, 40, of 32 S. Main St., Snydertown.
A son of the late Norman C. Wary and Judith Faust Wary, he was born at Sunbury Community Hospital on Jan. 24, 1976.
After attending Oaklyn Elementary School, he graduated in 1995 from Shikellamy High School.
Todd worked numerous positions over the years and was on the construction crews for building roller coasters in both Hershey and Arkansas. At the time of his passing he was employed by Faust Electric Motor Repair of Danville and was a licensed pyrotechnician with Fireworks Extravaganza of Glen Rock, where his last professional show was for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra outdoor concert in July. He also served customers both in Sunbury and Danville through his business, Wary Window Washers.
A member of St. Mark Lutheran Church of Elysburg, he was serving as a member of Church Council. Todd was also known to be a friend of Bill W.
Survivors, in addition to his mother, include oldest brother, Larry Wary and his family, Linda McDonald, Dan Hensley, Ryan and Cale Wary, of Snydertown. Sister, Leslie Fegley and Mike Ruane, of Snydertown, and family; Melissa and Courtney Rarig, Landon and Addison, of Elysburg; Alicia and Jim DePeal, Raven, Robert, and Charlotte, of Coal Township; Quinn and Laura Fegley, Ricky, Christian, Vanessa, and Jayden, of Selinsgrove, and brother Timothy Wary, of Sunbury.
Todd took great pleasure in gardening, cooking, and entertaining family and friends. He felt tremendous pride and spent many hours through this past Spring and Summer, along with his brother, designing and constructing a sizable barbeque smoker with aspirations of a commercial endeavor. Todd was a loyal and trustworthy son, brother, uncle, and friend and will be truly missed by many.
A memorial service for Todd will be held on Saturday at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Elysburg with Pastor MarthaSue Moll. Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. with the service following at 4 p.m. Afterwards, all Todd's friends and families are invited to the Snydertown Borough Municipal Complex, formerly St. Johns Church in Snydertown for an evening of fellowship and remembrance at 6 p.m.
Contributions in his memory can be made to Wary Scholarship Fund of Snydertown Association Committee, Patricia Hetzendorf, 106 S. Main St., Sunbury, PA 17801.
Arrangements are by Jerre Wirt Blank Funeral Home, 395 State St., Sunbury.
Published on November 6, 2016