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Emory "Pappy" D. Saylor, formerly of Wrightsville, entered into God's eternal care on Saturday, March 18, 2017, after a brief illness, at 6:46 am at Pleasant Acres Nursing Home at the age of 93. He was the husband of the late Dora E. (Kinard) Saylor who entered into rest on February 25, 2016.

He was born in Chanceford Township on September 1, 1923 and was the son of the late Harvey N. and Mary A. (Myers) Saylor. Emory was an auto mechanic at Fred Greg Buick in York , and thoroughly loved his job, retiring in 1989 after many years of service. He attended Calvary Bible Church in Wrightsville and was a WWII United States Army Veteran.

Emory leaves behind three daughters to cherish his memory, Janet M. Warner of Red Lion, Sharon A. Brandenburg of York and Marian E. Fake and her husband Paul of Windsor. Three grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his two son in law, three grandchildren and his six brothers.

There will be no viewing for Emory. Family and friends are invited to share their condolences on Wednesday, March 22nd from 6 to 7 pm at Burg Funeral Home, Inc., 134 W. Broadway, Red Lion. A service of Honor and Praise for Emory will begin at 7 pm on Wednesday, at the funeral home with his pastor, Rev. Joe L. Fauth officiating. A flag folding ceremony will be presented by the York County Veterans Honor Guard prior to the service. Burial will private and take place at Bethlehem (Stonepile) United Methodist Church cemetery at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Emory may be offered to Hospice & Community Care, 224 St. Charles Way, York, PA 17402 or to Pleasant Acres Nursing Home Women's Auxiliary, 118 Pleasant Acres Road, York, PA 17402.

Pappy was a very special man to his family and was loved by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. He will be remembered in many ways but especially with his beautiful smile. God looked upon his garden and found an empty place. He then looked down upon this earth and saw your tired face. So he closed your weary eyelids, and whispered, "Peace be thine." In our hearts forever.