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Muncy Township Volunteer Fire ...
Muncy Township Volunteer Fire company of Pennsdale elected Thomas Springman as president and Robert Hofer, chief.
Thomas Springman, of ...
Thomas Springman, of Pennsdale, has been elected president of the Muncy township Volunter fire company.
Her husband, Thomas L. ...
Her husband, Thomas L. Springman, died June 1, 1999, after nearly 58 years of marriage.
Together they owned and operated Springman's Store in Pennsdale, later to become the Country Store.She graduated from the former Picture Rocks High School and was a member and officer of the Picture Rocks High School Alumni Association.She was a charter member of the Pennsdale Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary and belonged to various parents organizations at her children's schools.Mrs. Springman
was devoted to her
family and supported her
children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in all their endeavors and was a life-long sports fan, especially of the Muncy Indians, the Hughesville Spartans and the Penn State Nittany Lions.She was a member of Christ United Methodist Church, Hughesville.She
loved cooking and baking for her
family and friends and spending time with her
family and extended family and neighbors.
PENNSDALE - Thomas M. Springman ...
PENNSDALE - Thomas M. Springman II is a very busy man.
But not busy enough to take time out for his customers and their needs.
He is a fourth generation family member to run and operate the Country Store since its inception in the mid 1800's.
Most recently Thomas Springman II
was featured in January's Food and Wine 2010 edition for perfecting a bacon, an all natural product that is cured and processed with a mixture of unique spices.
"I was excited to develop this product specifically for Transatlantic Foods
, a national marketing food distributor in Manhatten.
The bacon is being served in several frequented restaurants in New York City.
This time of year, however, Springman
staff are busy with venison processing. which he
started in 2003.
Now until the end of February, the Country Store will be taking orders for all wild and small game.
Customers can get stick bologna, hot dogs, venison mini sticks, smoked sausage, steaks, and whole and ground jerky.
A new facility was built on to the Country Store in 2003 for processing.
It is USDA approved.
"We will do whatever the customer wants," explained Springman
It will up to two weeks on average to turn an order, but since the season is winding down it could be quicker according to Springman