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Anne Marder

Anne Marder, 88, Menno-Haven, died Monday, Dec. 4 in Menno-Haven.

Born Feb. 22, 1912 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, she was the daughter of the late David and Esther Kozda. Her husband, Gerson Marder, died in 1983.

Mrs. Marder was of the Jewish faith. She had been employed for over 20 years at Winkleman’s Women’s Clothing Store, Detroit, Mich.

Surviving are one daughter, Dale Wolfson of Chambersburg; two grandchildren; one niece; and several great nieces and nephews.

Graveside services were held Monday, Dec. 4 with Rabbi Danelle LeShaw officiating. Interment was in Sons of Israel Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Menno-Haven, 2075 Scotland Avenue, Chambersburg; or Congregation Sons of Israel, 209 E. King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Donald Lee Umbrell

Donald Lee Umbrell, 42, of 1749 East 21st Street, Douglas, Ariz. and formerly of Doylesburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 28 in Douglas, Ariz.

Born April 22, 1958 in Huntingdon, he was the son of Lyle S. and Sarah Catherine Junkin Umbrell, both of Doylesburg. He was never married.

Mr. Umbrell was a 1976 graduate of the Fannett-Metal High School, Willow Hill and a graduate of Penn State University in State College. He was an instructor at Vision Quest Western Division in Elfrida, Ariz. He had also taught with the Vision Quest Wagon Train and had formerly worked for Carl Rosenberry and Sons Lumber Co. in Fort Loudon.

Mr. Umbrell loved the outdoors and participated in the 1995 Great American Cattle Drive from Texas to Montana.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by a life companion, Libby Moreno of Douglas, Ariz.; two of his companion’s sons, Gabriel Moreno and Luis Moreno, both of Douglas, Ariz.; one foster son, Jesus “Chuy” Arvayo of Douglas, Ariz.; two brothers, Matthew Umbrell and Edward Umbrell, both of Doylesburg; and one sister, Sarah Jane Umbrell of Philadelphia. Also surviving is a nephew, Lt. Paul S. Umbrell serving with the U.S. Marine Corps in Quantico, Va. whom was raised with the family.

He was preceded in death by a brother, John, in 1986.

Memorial services were held on Monday, Dec. 4 at John L. Agett Funeral Home in Dry Run with the Rev. Alice M. Meloy officiating. Interment was in Upper Path Valley Cemetery in Fannett Township.

Memorial contributions may be made to Donald L. Umbrell Memorial Library, c/o Benny Bishop, P.O. Box 157, Elfrida, Ariz. 85610.

Donald R. Schuchman

Donald R. Schuchman, 81, of 4660 Rotz Road, died Wednesday, Nov. 29 in Chambersburg Hospital.

Born Sept. 15, 1919 in Greencastle, he was the son of the late Harry and Lillie Rine Schuchman. His wife, Isabelle Kyle Schuchman, died on Sept. 26, 1991.

Mr. Schuchman was a 1937 graduate of Chambersburg High School. He was a carpenter at Letterkenny Army Depot for 30 years until his retirement in 1980.

Mr. Schuchman was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was a former charter member of the Loyal Order of the Moose No. 842, Chambersburg.

He was a member of the Open Door Church, Chambersburg.

Mr. Schuchman is survived by one daughter, Donna Lou Benedict of Chambersburg; one son, Steve R. Schuchman of Chambersburg; and one brother, Richard Schuchman of Chambersburg. He is also survived by three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held on Monday, Dec. 4 at Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Dean Morrison officiating. Interment was in Lincoln Cemetery.

Military graveside services were conducted by members of the Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 V.F.W. Honor Guard.

Memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association, Franklin/Fulton Division, 225 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Dorothy Alma Wheeling

Dorothy Alma Wheeling, 88, 260C Menno Village and formerly of Ballwin, Mo., died Friday, Dec. 1 in her home.

Born Nov. 1, 1912 in St. Louis, she was the daughter of the late Paul F. and Alma Krull Gutmann. She married Lee Wheeling on March 29, 1939 in St. Louis. In 1992 they moved from St. Louis to Chambersburg. The couple celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary this year.

Mrs. Wheeling graduated from Roosevelt High School in St. Louis, Whittier College in Calif. and Harris Teachers’ College in St. Louis where she received her Missouri teaching certification and taught sixth grade at Mesnier Elementary School in Affton, Mo. for 16 years.

She was a member of the Presbyterian Church but while in Chambersburg attended services and Bible Study at Menno-Haven Chapel. She was a member of the Eastern Star, served as organist at Bible Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, was a volunteer pianist at Delmar Gardens Retirement Home in St. Louis, was a volunteer pianist at Walden Unit Menno-Haven and played in the lobby before dinner for the Menno-Haven residents.

During her retirement she was a member of the Rockwoods, Mo. and Franklin Co. Gem and Mineral Club. An avid sports fan, she enjoyed cooking traditional recipes that her family brought from Germany. She crocheted afghans for her family and enjoyed exchanging e-mail messages with her grandchildren. She was so appreciative of her friends at Menno-Haven and the physician’s care of Dr. James Barton.

In addition to her widower, she is survived by one son, Paul of Philadelphia; one daughter, Jean Druckenbrod James of Chambersburg; and one brother, Paul Gutmann of St. Louis. Also surviving are five grandchildren and a nephew.

Memorial services were held on Wednesday, Dec. 13 in the Menno-Haven Chapel with the Rev. Vernon Isner officiating. Interment was in Parklawns Memorial Gardens.

Memorial may be made to Menno-Haven, 2075 Scotland Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Arrangements were made by the Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home.

Edwin S. Cullinan Jr.

Edwin S. Cullinan Jr., 60, 3485 Ridge Road, Ft. Loudon and previously of Southwest Philadelphia, died Friday, Dec. 1 in Falling Spring Nursing Home where he had been a patient for about six months.

Born Oct. 10, 1940 in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Edwin S. and Mary Dudo Cullinan. He married his wife Anne M. Lilly Cullinan in 1968.

Mr. Cullinan graduated from West Catholic High School in Philadelphia. Prior to his illness he had been a printer for Philadelphia Newspapers and Weyerhauser Inc. and also for Triangle Publications in Philadelphia.

Mr. Cullinan was a lifetime member of the Mercersburg Sportsman and he was a member of the Ft. Loudon American Legion.

In addition to his widow, he is survived by one daughter, Ann Marie Cullinan of Ft. Loudon; three sons, Edwin H. of Feasterville, James J. of Cherry Hill, N.J. and Robert E. of Ft. Loudon; and a sister, Barbara S. Quin of Aston. Also surviving are two grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian Burial was conducted on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Mercersburg with the Rev. Campion officiating. Interment was in Stenger Hill Cemetery in Ft. Loudon.

Arrangements were made by Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home in St. Thomas.

Jeffrey L. Peck

Jeffrey L. Peck, 46, 115 Fifth Avenue, Chambersburg, died unexpectedly Saturday, Dec. 2 in the Chambersburg Hospital.

Born Nov. 8, 1954 in Wausau, Wisc., he is the son of Lawrence “Larry” and Kathleen Machyniak Peck of Fayetteville.

Mr. Peck attended Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chambersburg. He was a member of Burt J. Asper Post No. 46 American Legion and the St. Thomas Sportsman Club. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed woodworking.

He was employed by Casher’s Inc. for 25 years and was presently their manager.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, Kathryn Shockey Peck; one daughter, Becky, at home; and one son, Ryan, at home; one sister, Ellen Bowman, Fayetteville; and a number of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 7 from the Trinity Lutheran Church, 26 Commerce Street, with Rev. Dr. Neal O. Hively officiating. Interment will be in Parklawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation was held Wednesday.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, 159 Lincoln Way West, Chambersburg; or the American Red Cross, Professional Arts Building, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Kenneth B. Gaston

Kenneth B. Gaston, 64, of 1986 Philadelphia Avenue, Chambersburg, died Friday, Dec. 1 in Chambersburg Hospital.

Born March 24, 1936 in Orrstown, he was the son of the late William B. and Rebecca Jane Hammond Gaston.

Mr. Gaston was a forklift operator at Letterkenny Army Depot for 24 years until his retirement in 1995. He also served in the U.S. Navy.

He was a member of the Burt J. Asper American Legion Post No. 46, the Chambersburg Club, a the AMVETS Post No. 224 and Landis McCleaf Detachment of the Marine Corps League.

He is survived by one daughter, Carla B. Gaston of Georgetown, S.C.; one son, Bryan I. Gaston of Spring Run; two sisters, Annabelle Myers of Chambersburg and Gail Peterson of Upper Horse Valley; and one brother, Norman A. Gaston of Chambersburg. Also surviving are five grandchildren.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating. Interment was in Upper Path Valley Cemetery in Fannett Township.

Robert McNair “Bob” Poe

Robert McNair “Bob” Poe, 83, of 3265 Woodstock Road, Chambersburg, died Saturday, Dec. 2 in Waynesboro Hospital.

Born May 5, 1917 in Greene Township, he was the son of the late Roy Charles and Ruth L. Brechbiel Poe. He was married to Edna Stamy Poe on Oct. 26, 1938.

Mr. and Mrs. Poe owned and operated a dairy farm at their Woodstock Road address. They had grown tomatoes and squash for the former H.J. Heinz Co., and Musselman’s. They operated Poe’s Home Grown, a roadside produce retail stand, for many years.

He was a member of the Chambersburg Brethren in Christ Church, Chambersburg, where he had served as Sunday School superintendent, Sunday School teacher and as the Young People’s chairman. Mr. Poe sang with the Gospel Tide Hour for 25 years. He served on the Lodging Committee at Roxbury Holiness Camp for over 25 years.

An avid outdoorsman, Mr. Poe was a lifelong hunter. He enjoyed music, having played the guitar and harmonica. He also enjoyed doing latch-hook and puzzles often having them framed to give as gifts.

In addition to his widow, he is survived by three sons, the Rev. Marshall Poe of Managua, Nicaragua, Robert Nelson Poe of Winfield, Jay Elton Poe of Carlisle and Lee McNair Poe of Greencastle; two daughters, Coetta Jane Ramsey of Chambersburg and Joyce Ann Hornbaker of Shippensburg; five sisters, Mildred Starr, V. Eleze McKenzie, Dorothy Lawyer and Ruth Small, all of Chambersburg, and Isabell Wenger of Lancaster; and two brothers, R. Charles Poe and Theodore Poe, both of Chambersburg. He is also survived by 23 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, M. Evelyn Poe and three brothers, Donald, William and Arthur; as well as one grandson.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Dec. 6 in Chambersburg Brethren in Christ Church with the Rev. A. Graybill Brubaker and the Rev. David A. Erisman officiating. Interment was in Air Hill Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Gospel Tide Hour, P.O. Box 151, Chambersburg; or Chambersburg Brethren in Christ Church, 465 Center Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Arrangements were made by Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home.

Stella B. Neil

Stella B. Neil, 91, a resident of Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and formerly of 526 South Second Street, died Thursday, Nov. 30 at her residence.

Born March 21, 1909 in Maple Grove, she was the daughter of the late Grover R. and Cora B. Foltz Umberhocker. She was widowed.

Mrs. Neil was a homemaker. She had at one time been employed by the former H.J. Heinz Co. and the former Interwoven Co., both of Chambersburg. She had also worked at the former Shirt Craft Co. in Shippensburg.

Mrs. Neil was of the Protestant faith. She enjoyed crocheting and reading.

She is survived by two sons, Paul E. Hoch and Dennis M. Neil; one daughter, Joyce Hoch Summers; and one sister, Isabelle S. Winters. Also surviving are two granddaughters and one grandson.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Charles M. Hoch, who died June 12, 1952; and her second husband, Milo L. Neil, who died in 1969.

Funeral services were held on Monday, Dec. 4 at Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray L. Kauffman officiating. Interment was in Upper Strasburg Methodist Cemetery in Upper Strasburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 210 Franklin Farm Lane, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Thelma E. Hamilton

Thelma E. Hamilton, 87, of 5300 Lincoln Way East, Fayetteville, died unexpectedly on Monday, Dec. 4 at Quincy United Methodist Home, Quincy, Pa.

Born Dec. 13, 1912 in Harrisburg, she was a daughter of the late Clyde E. and Helen M. Geiger Shank. She married Thomas Lowson on Sept. 16, 1933. Mr. Lowson died on Jan. 11, 1941. She then married Albert E. Hamilton on Jan. 23, 1943. Mr. Hamilton died on Jan. 27, 1990.

Mrs. Hamilton was a member of the National A.A.R.P., the Golden Opportunity Club, the Golden Age Club and the Chambersburg Senior Center. She was also a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Mont Alto.

Surviving are a son, Thomas Lowson Jr. of Mont Alto; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Mrs. Lowson was the last of her immediate family.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8, from the Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home, 297 Philadelphia Avenue, Chambersburg, with Rev. Robert L. Basom officiating. Interment will follow in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, near Chambersburg.

Friends may call Friday from 1 to 2 p.m. at the funeral home.

The family requests the omission of flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to Wesley United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 339, Mont Alto, Pa. 17237.

Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

David S. Shauf Sr.

David S. Shauf Sr., 70, 1243 Cider Press Road, Chambersburg, died Monday, April 2 at the Chambersburg Hospital.

Born Aug. 30, 1930 in Everett, Pa., he was the son of the late William A. and Fannie Meck Shauf. He was married to Jane Peters Shauf on July 14, 1951.

Mr. Shauf was a mechanic with Knouse Foods in Chambersburg for forty years, retiring in 2000. He was a member of Hume-McNeal-Byers Amvets Post No. 224, Chambersburg. He enjoyed gardening and hunting.

Surviving in addition to his wife are four sons, David S. Shauf Jr. and Daniel S. Shauf, both of Orrstown, Dennis L. Shauf of Fayetteville and Donald R. Shauf of Chambersburg; three daughters, Mary Lane and Beverly Beck, both of Fayetteville, and Vickie L. Morrison of Greencastle; three brothers, Charles Shauf of New York; Walter Shauf of Fayetteville and Charles Glen Shauf of Greencastle; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and a nephew, David C. “Pete” Shauf of Shippensburg, whom Mr. and Mrs. Shauf raised. He was preceded in death by six sisters and one brother.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 5 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, 333 Falling Spring Road, Chambersburg, with Rev. George Strayer officiating. Interment will be in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Friends may call Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Dialysis Service of Pennsylvania, 765 Fifth Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Doris M. “Honey” McConaghy

Doris M. “Honey” McConaghy, 86, of Germantown, Md. and formerly of Ohio Avenue, Chambersburg, died Friday, March 30 at the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Rockville, Md. after a brief illness.

Born May 27, 1914 in Philadelphia, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Joshua and Mae Stokes Fernald. She was married to Edward McConaghy, who died June 20, 1984.

She moved from Chambersburg to Germantown, Md. in 1989. While living in Chambersburg, she was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. She was a Gray Lady in Chambersburg with the American Red Cross and a member of the Chambersburg Hospital Ladies Auxiliary. She had been employed at Worth’s Store, South Main Street, Chambersburg, for 29 years, retiring as manager.

Surviving are two daughters, Doris M. McCleary of Germantown, Md. and Barbara Elaine McConaghy of Herndon, Va.; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 5 at Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home, 297 Philadelphia Avenue, Chambersburg, with Rev. Dr. Neal O. Hively officiating. Interment will be in Norland Cemetery, Chambersburg.

There will be no viewing, however, the family will receive friends one hour prior to the funeral.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 225 E. King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201; or to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Memphis, Tenn.

Edgar Clair Wrights

Edgar Clair Wrights, 98, a resident of Caledonia Manor in Fayetteville and formerly of Upper Strasburg, died Thursday, March 29 in Caledonia Manor in Chambersburg.

Born April 24, 1902 in Maple Grove, he was the son of the late John and Mary Hammond Wrights. His wife Alice Ritter Wrights died Sept. 7, 1977.

Mr. Wrights had farmed all of his life. He last farmed in the Orrstown area. He was a member of the Fayetteville Church of God.

He is survived by one brother, James Wrights of Edenville. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers and four sisters.

Funeral services were held Monday, April 2 at Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home with the Rev. George S. Mouer Sr. officiating. Interment was in Upper Strasburg Methodist Cemetery in Upper Strasburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to Fayetteville Church of God, 5276 Treher Road, Fayetteville, Pa. 17222.

Grace C. McKnight

Grace C. McKnight, 82, a resident of Shook Home, Chambersburg, formerly of 1015 Elevator Street, Scotland, died Friday, March 30 at the her residence.

Born Feb. 16, 1919 in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late Andrew F. Sr.and Mabel Irvin Peters. She was married to Clyde M. “Mike” McKnight, who died July 18, 2000.

She was employed with the former Fairchild Industries, Hagerstown, Md., for many years. Mrs. McKnight was of the Catholic faith. She was a long-time member of the Chambersburg Hospital Auxiliary and was a gift shop volunteer. A gifted artist, she enjoyed painting. She also had enjoyed golf earlier in her life.

Surviving are three sisters, Linda Zullinger and Jane McClelland, both of Chambersburg, and Louise McLanahan of Fayetteville; and a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by three brothers.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 3 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, with Monsignor Thomas R. Brenner and Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating. Interment was in Norland Cemetery, Chambersburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Shook Home, 55 South Second Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Jacs M. Dymond

Jacs M. Dymond, 76, 25 Cambridge Lane, Chambersburg, died Friday, March 30 at the Chambersburg Hospital.

Born Nov. 15, 1924 in Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late Hart M. and Mildred C. Beck Dymond.

Mr. Dymond was a 1942 graduate of Chambersburg Area Senior High School. He was employed as a mail carrier with the Chambersburg Post Office, retiring in 1990. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Air Force.

He was a member of the Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 VFW and its 40 et 8 club; Burt J. Asper Post No. 46 American Legion, B.P.O. Elks No. 600, Marine Corps League, Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge No. 842 and the Chambersburg Club, all of Chambersburg. He enjoyed flying.

Surviving are a daughter, Cyndie Dymond, St. Petersburg, Fla.; a stepson, Terry Mish, San Antonio, Texas; a sister, Joy Harrington, York; a sister-in-law Kathryn I. Dymond of Fayetteville; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

He was preceded in death by a brother Hart M. Dymond Jr. in 1996.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 3 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating. Interment was in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg. Military graveside service was conducted by the members of the Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 VFW Honor Guard.

James E. Remmel Jr.

James E. Remmel Jr., 70, 2045 Edgewood Road, Chambersburg, died Friday, March 30 at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C.

Born Oct. 28, 1930 in Chambersburg, he was the son of the late James E. and Etta Snyder Remmel. He was married to Martha Minehart Remmel, who died Feb. 3, 1993.

He was a 1948 graduate of the Chambersburg High School, Chambersburg, and had attended the former Shippensburg State Teacher’s College, Shippensburg.

Mr. Remmel was employed at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, until retirement on May 18, 1987. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Antietam. He was a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church, Chambersburg.

He was also a member of Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 VFW, Burt J. Asper Post No. 46 American Legion, National Association of Retired Federal Employees No. 1063, all of Chambersburg; and the National AARP. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.

Surviving are his son James M. Remmel of Biglerville; and daughter, Michelle K. Remmel of Chambersburg. He was preceded in death by one brother and one sister.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 3 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Trevor E. Rosenberry officiating. Interment was in Pleasant Hall Cemetery, Pleasant Hall. Military graveside service was conducted by members of the Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 VFW Honor Guard.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association Franklin/Fulton Division, 225 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201; or the American Diabetes Association, Franklin Co. Chapter, c/o Mrs. Doris J. Goetz, 219 West Second St., Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Karan S. Verdier

Karan S. Verdier, 52, a resident of The Village of Laurel Run, Fayetteville, formerly of 3415 Old Route 30, Orrtanna, died Monday, March 26 at her residence.

Born Dec. 27, 1948 in Keyser, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Lee Vance and Demarius Fearer Parsons. She was married to Linwood R. Verdier on Jan. 22, 1969.

Mrs. Verdier was a 1966 graduate of the Anne Arundel High School, Glen Burnie, Md. She was a homemaker.

She was a member of the fibromyalgia Support Group of Waynesboro for three years. She was an avid gardener and enjoyed fishing.

Surviving are two daughters, Monica L. Verdier of South Mountain and Mandy K. Hendrix of Gettysburg; a son, Clinton J. Verdier of Orrtanna; a sister, Betty L. Ames of Glen Burnie, Md.; two brothers, Dennis V. Parsons of South Plainfield, N.J. and Gary L. Parsons of Brooklyn, Md.; and six grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Thursday, March 29 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Patrick B. Jones and Rev. Clinton Bingaman officiating. Intement was in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancere Society, 452 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Kenneth E. Hawbecker

Kenneth E. Hawbecker, 66, 541 Briar Lane, Chambersburg, died Friday, March 30 at the V.A. Medical Center, Martinsburg, W.Va.

Born Oct. 6, 1934 in Chambersburg, he was the son of Kenneth L. and Eleanor Wolf Hawbecker.

Mr. Hawbecker had attended Chambersburg High School. He had been employed in the mobile home industry. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U.S. Army.

He was of the Protestant faith. Mr. Hawbecker was a member of the Charles M. Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 VFW, Chambersburg.

He was the last of his immediate family.

Funeral services and interment will be private in the Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home Inc., Chambersburg, was in charge of the arrangements.

Lena P. Cowgill

Lena P. Cowgill, 79, a resident of Shippensburg Health Care Center, formerly of 6223 Angle Road, Chambersburg, died Monday, April 2 at her home.

Born Sept. 11, 1921 in Morgan County, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Adam K. and Alice Farris Gloyd. She was married to Mr. Cowgill on May 15, 1938.

Mrs. Cowgill was a salesperson at Kmart, Chambersburg, before retiring. She had also worked for W.T. Grant Co. She was a member of Marion United Methodist Church, Marion. She enjoyed gardening and sewing.

Surviving are a daughter, Wanda C. Gross of Chambersburg; two sons, Herman L.Cowgill of Annapolis, Md. and Howard L. Cowgill of Chambersburg; two sisters, Beulah Mawyer of Culpepper, Va. and Rosie Spielman of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.; two brothers, Charles Gloyd of Paw Paw, W.Va. and Raymond Gloyd of Great Cacapon, W.Va.; two granddaughters and four grandsons; four great-grandchildren; one step-great-granddaughtger; two half-sisters; and seven half-brothers.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 5 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, 333 Falling Spring Road, Chambersburg, with Rev. Guy W. Camp II officiating. Interment will be in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Friends may call one hour before the service at the funeral home.

Lula B. Keefer

Lula B. Keefer, 86, a resident of Menno Haven, Chambersburg, formerly of 1484 Edenville Road, died Sunday, April 1 at her residence.

Born May 2, 1914 in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late Amos M. and Carrie B. Plum Keefer.

Ms. Keefer was a 1951 graduate of Huntington College, Huntington, Ind. In 1960, she formed a partnership with her sister, Janet K. Johnson, and established Hamilton Heights Market on Edenville Road, Chambersburg. She continued in that business until retiring in 1985.

In her earlier years, she worked at the former Stanley Co., Chambersburg. She then moved to York where she attended Beauty Culture School and worked at Woolworth Co. Since she had pursued a career in the Missions Field at Huntington College, she was assigned as a social worker to the Rescue Mission, Lancaster, for a brief time. She returned to Chambersburg and secured a job as office manager with the former J.J. Newberrys, where she worked until establishing her own business.

Ms. Keefer was a member of King Street Church, Chambersburg, where she was a charter member of the Buds of Promise Sunday School class and had taught fifth-grade Sunday School for many years. She was also the pianist for the Junior Department at the church.

Surviving are two sisters, Viola B. Brechbill and Janet K. Johnson, both of Chambersburg; and a brother, Melvin M. Keefer of St. Thomas. She was preceded in death by one sister and one brother.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 4 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Lester F. Stine and Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating. Interment was in Stenger Hill Cemetery, Fort Loudon.

Memorial contributions may be made to the King Street United Brethren Church, Generation Next, 172 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Martha M. Shannon

Martha M. Shannon, 89, of Chambersburg, died Sunday, April 1 at the Falling Spring Nursing and Rehab Center, Chambersburg.

Born Aug. 19, 1911 in Orrstown, she was a daughter of the late Clark R. and Amanda K. Weaver Hoffman. She was married to Samuel E. Shannon Sr., who died June 29, 1974.

She was a member of King Street United Brethren Church, Chambersburg and a member of its Buds of Promise Sunday School class. She was a former member of the Golden Age of Shippensburg Senior Citizens Club.

Surviving are seven children: Samuel E. Shannon Jr., Richard E. Shannon, Donald R. Shannon and and Cynthia S. Jones, all of Chambersburg; Kenneth L. Shannon of Fayetteville; and Joyce K. Timmons and Linda L. Bricker, both of Mercersburg; 19 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and one step-great-grandson. She was preceded in death by one sister and one grandson.

Funeral services were conducted on Wednesday, April 4 at the Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Lester F. Stine and Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating. Interment was in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Rhoda V. Dunkle

Rhoda V. Dunkle, 86, of 323 Stouffer Ave., died Tuesday, March 27 in her home.

Born Aug. 7, 1914 in Hamilton Township, she was the daughter of the late John A. and Ellie G. Strike Butler. Her husband, Charles W. "Dunk" Dunkle died on June 12, 1976.

Mrs. Dunkle was a 1933 graduate of Chambersburg High School. She was employed at the former Stanley Company for 43 years until her retirement in 1976. She had attended Mt. Olivet United Brethren Church.

Mrs. Dunkle was a member of Burt J. Asper Post 46 American Legion Ladies Auxillary, a former member of Charles M. Nitterhouse Post 1599 VFW Ladies Auxillary and its 40 et 8 club and a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees No. 1063.

She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews, as well as great- and great-great-nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two sisters and two brothers.

Graveside services were held Saturday, March 31 in Lincoln Cemetery with the Rev. Paul B. Baker officiating.

The family requests the omission of flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association Franklin/Fulton Division, 225 East King St.

Arrangements were made by Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home Inc.

Charles August Bikle, M.D. 

Charles August Bikle, M.D., 92, of Luther Ridge, Chambersburg, died at his residence Sunday, June 10, after a lengthy illness.

Born Aug. 23, 1908 in Guilford Township, he was a son of the late Philip M. and Harriette M. Brown Bikle.

He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Chambersburg, where he had been active on its property committee. He was a member of the following: Franklin County Medical Society where served as treasurer and president; the Pa. Medical Society (a former delegate and vice president); American Medical Association; Pa. Academy of Dermatology; American Academy of 

Dermatology; Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce where he served as director; Chambersburg Hospital Board of Directors were he became the first physician ever elected to the board and to serve as its chairman. He was also a member of the Chambersburg Lions Club, one of the founders of the Institute for Retired Persons, the A.A.R.P., Masons, Chambersburg Area Development Corporation and the Totem Pole Theater Board of Directors in Fayetteville.

He was a graduate of Chambersburg High School, Class of 1926; a graduate from Gettysburg College in 1930; and a graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1939. Dr. Bikle completed residency in Dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania in 1955. 

He taught high school science in Sharon Hill, Pa. for five years. He then practiced general family medicine from 1940-1952 in Shippensburg and Dermatology in Chambersburg from 1955-1978.

Surviving are his wife of 68 years, S. Elizabeth Yaukey Bikle; two sons, Charles Henry Bikle of Billings, Mont. and Daniel David Bikle of Mill Valley, Calif.; one daughter, S. Christine Mummert of Harrisburg; and five grandchildren.

Dr. Bikle was preceded in death by four brothers, including his twin.

Memorial services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday, June 15 from the Trinity Lutheran Church, 26 W. Commerce Street, Chambersburg, with Rev. Dr. Neal O. Hiveley officiating. Interment will be private in Lincoln Cemetery, Chambersburg. 

There will be no public viewing; however, the family will receive friends following the service in the church’s social hall. 

The family requests the omission of flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to the Chambersburg Hospital, 112 North 7th Street, Chambersburg, or to Hospice of the Good Shepherd, 2700 Luther Drive, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Arrangements are being handled by the Robert G. Sellers Funeral Home, 297 Philadelphia Avenue, Chambersburg.

Cleveland B. Neil 

Cleveland B. Neil, 75, Willow Hill, died Saturday, June 9 at the Chambersburg Hospital.

Born March 25, 1926 in Willow Hill, he was the son of the late Charles L. Neil and Martha E. Weaver.

Mr. Neil was self-employed in retail distribution. He had served in the U.S. Army.

Surviving are a son, Robert L. Neil of Lewistown; four daughters, Sharon Crader of Fannettsburg, Lois Elms of Willow Hill, Susan Pressel of Dillsburg and Cindy Pottle of Massachusetts; two brothers, Donald G. Neil of Willow Hill and Charles D. Neil of Sharon; a sister, Eva M. Miley of Shippensburg; a companion, Grace E. Fleming; and six grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a son, Benjamin Neil; eight brothers and five sisters.

A memorial service was held on Wednesday, June 13 at Shady Pine Mennonite Church, Willow Hill, with Rev. Marlin A. Neil officiating. Interment was private.

Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Fleming, P.O. Box 142, Willow Hill, Pa. 17271.

John L. Agett Funeral Home, Dry Run, was in charge of the arrangements.

Doris M. Willman 

Doris M. Willman, 76, a resident of Penn Hall, Chambersburg, formerly of 982 South Fifth Street, Chambersburg, died Friday, June 8 at the Chambersburg Hospital.

Born Jan. 14, 1925 in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Flossie Ecton Metz. She was married to Harold F. Willman on Aug. 20, 1950.

Mrs. Willman was a 1942 graduate of the Chambersburg High School, Chambersburg. She was a bookkeeper for Franklin County Vo-Tech School, Chambersburg, from 1969 until she retired in 1980. Prior to working at the school, she had been employed from 1942 until 1957 in the Ammunition Division Office at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg.

She was a member of Zion Reformed Church, Chambersburg, where she had been a member of the Women’s Circle and the church choir. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and Franklin County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees. She was also a member of National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 1063, Charles Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, Burt J. Asper Post No. 46 American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, AARP Chapter 2840, member and past president (from 1997-1999) of the Chambersburg Garden Club, all of Chambersburg. Mrs. Willman enjoyed gardening and needlepoint.

Surviving in addition to her husband, are a son, Todd F. Willman of Chambersburg; a sister, Virginia Tarner of Chambersburg; a step-granddaughter; and two step-grandsons.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday, June 12 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. Jeffrey R. Diller and Rev. Robert Dean Morrison officiating. Interment was in Lincoln Cemetery, Chambersburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Zion Reformed Church, 259 South Main Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201; or the Chambersburg Garden Club, c/o Bridgetta Buhan, 280 Park Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Elizabeth M. “Bet” McCleary Monn 

Elizabeth M. “Bet” McCleary Monn, 80, Quincy United Methodist Home, Quincy, formerly of 444 Broad Street, Chambersburg, died Monday, June 11 at her residence.

Born Aug. 21, 1920 in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late John F. and Elizabeth Cunningham Kump. She was married to Lester E. McCleary, who died in 1969. Her second husband, James D. Monn, died in 1998.

Mrs. Monn graduated from Chambersburg High School in 1940. She was a waitress at Frank’s Pizza. She had also been employed at Maria’s Hoagie Shop, Knouse Food, Sears, Corning, Hollander Auto, J.J. Newberrys and F. W. Woolworths. She attended New Franklin Assembly of God Church in Chambersburg. 

Surviving are a daughter, Connie E. Kaiser of Chambersburg; two sons, Stephen L. McCleary and S. Michael McCleary, both of Chambersburg; two sisters, Gertrude Zeger of St. Thomas and Wilda Senseny of Sebring, Fla.; nine stepchildren; 10 grandchildren; 34 step-grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; 49 step-great-grandchildren and eight step-great-great-grandchildren. 

Mrs. Monn was also preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 14 at the New Franklin Assembly of God Church, 2355 New Franklin Road, Chambersburg. Interment will be in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

Friends may call Thursday, June 14 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the church. 

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 452 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201; the American Heart Association Franklin/Fulton Division, 225 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201; or New Franklin Assembly of God Church, 2355 New Franklin Road, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home Inc., Chambersburg is in charge of the arrangements.

F. Rosalie Stevens 

F. Rosalie Stevens, 85, 710 Hamilton Street, Carlisle, formerly of Fayetteville, died Friday, June 8 at the Carlisle Hospital in Carlisle.

Born Oct. 26, 1915 in Fayetteville, she was the daughter of the late James Clark and Margaret Jane Heckman McClure. She was married to Merle W. Stevens, who died in March 1959.

Mrs. Stevens was a house mother at Scotland School for Veterans’ Children in Scotland. She retired in 1978.

She was a member of Fayetteville Church of God in Fayetteville. She was a life member of Charles Nitterhouse Post No. 1599 V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, Chambersburg.

Mrs. Stevens is survived by a son, Richard A. Twaddle of Carlisle; six sisters, Mary L. Piper, T. Jean Powell and Lois C. Kramer, all of Fayetteville, Annabelle Smetzer of Waynesboro, Dora E. Deardorff of Cashtown and Margie A. Wile of Scotland; and two brothers, Charles G. McClure and Robert F. McClure, both of Fayetteville. 

She was preceded in death by a brother, James C. McClure II in February 2001.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, June 13 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home, Chambersburg, with Rev. George S. Mouer Sr. officiating. Interment was in Lincoln Cemetery, Chambersburg.

Memorial contributions may be made to Fayetteville Church of God, 5276 Treher Road, Fayetteville, Pa. 17222.

Fred D. Johnston Sr. 

Fred D. Johnston Sr., 86, of Menno Haven, Chambersburg, and formerly of 765 Blanchard Avenue, Chambersburg, died Thursday, June 7 at his residence.

Born April 23, 1915 in Waynesboro, he was the son of the late Grover and Bertha S. Meyers Johnston. He was married to Mary Jane Nitterhouse Johnston on Nov. 14, 1936. Mrs. Johnston died Jan. 21, 1986.

Mr. Johnston was a 1935 graduate of the Waynesboro High School, Waynesboro, where he played as guard on the school basketball team.

Mr. Johnston had been employed as a Boring Mill Operator at Landis Tool Co., Waynesboro. He later worked at Nitterhouse Concrete Products, Chambersburg until his retirement in 1977.

He was a corporal in the U.S. Marines, where he served in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater during World War II.

Mr. Johnston was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chambersburg. He excelled in all sports during and after his time in high school. He was captain of the former Waynesboro Wahian's football team and played as quarterback and halfback. 

In his younger days he enjoyed archery, golf and hunting. He also enjoyed helping other people and can be remembered as a honest man of high integrity and a kind and gentle spirit.

Mr. Johnston was a life member of Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 V.F.W. and B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 600, both of Chambersburg. He had been named "Elk of the Year" numerous times.

Surviving is a daughter, Sharan K. Carbaugh of Chambersburg; a son Daniel Johnston of Chambersburg; a sister Wilma Stephey of Waynesboro; three grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.

In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Armatha Ludwig and Louella Richardson; and one brother, John Johnston.

Funeral services were held Saturday, June 9 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home. The Rev. David L. Keener officiated. Military Graveside Service at Parklawns Memorial Gardens was conducted by members of the Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 V.F.W. Honor Guard.

Members of the B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 600 conducted a service Friday evening at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Walden Unit at Menno Haven, 2075 Scotland Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

George E. Murray 

George E. Murray, 69, of 527 S. Fourth Street, Chambersburg, died Wednesday, June 6 at his home.

Born Nov. 29, 1931 in Fort Loudon he was the son of the late Charles W. and Emma Jane Yeager Murray. He was married to Carol Ann Lawyer on April 8, 1956.

Mr. Murray served in the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the Korean War. He was a woodworker. He worked for the H.J. Heinz Co. prior to going to Letterkenny Army Depot, where he worked until his retirement in 1987.

Mr. Murray attended the Chambersburg Open Door Church. He was a life member of the Goodwill Fire Co. in Chambersburg, Amvets Post 224 (life member), Wesley Yeager Post 606 American Legion in Fort Louden, Burt J. Asper Post 46 American Legion in Chambersburg, Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 V.F.W. in Chambersburg, Loyal Order of Moose 842 in Chambersburg and the A.A.R.P.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Cindy Diane Piper of Chambersburg; two sons, Michael Shae Murray, and George Matthew Murray both of Chambersburg; two brothers, Garnet Yeager of Norristown, and Fred Murray of St. Thomas; two sisters, Pauline Hammond of Fannettsburg and Patsy Cline of Chambersburg; seven grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by one sister and four brothers.

Funeral services were held Saturday, June 9, at Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home, Chambersburg. Rev. Arthur Brown and Rev. Daniel Kelchner officiated. Interment was in Parklawn Memorial Gardens. Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 Honor Guard conducted graveside services.

The family requests that memorial donations be made to the American Cancer Society, 452 E. King St., Chambersburg; or to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd 2700 Luther Drive, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201. 

Jeremiah H. "Jere" Mentzer 

Jeremiah H. "Jere" Mentzer, 72, 1370 Third Avenue, Chambersburg, died Wednesday, June 6, at the Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Born April 19, 1929 in Kistler, Pa., he was the son of the late Russell and Olive Gutchall Mentzer. He was married to Linda C. McNerlin Mentzer on Aug. 31, 1956.

Mr. Mentzer worked as a Logistician at Letterkenny Army Depot (DESCOM), Chambersburg for 38 years before he retired.

He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War.

Mr. Mentzer was of the Protestant faith.

He was a member of the Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 V.F.W., Hume, McNeal, Byers AMVETS Post 224, and the Burt J. Asper American Legion Post 46, all of Chambersburg.

He was also an avid fisherman, hunter and fiddle-player.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Cindy Mentzer of Mechanicsburg and Susan Hull of Chambersburg; a son, Rodney Mentzer of Lawton, Okla.; four sisters, Esther Wagner of Lewistown, Helen Mellott of Mt. Union, Grace Miller of Shirleysburg and Flo Scott of Mt. Union; three brothers, Blaine Mentzer of Mill Creek, Merrill Mentzer of Shippensburg and Dale Mentzer of Wilmington, Del. He is also survived by four grandchildren.

A memorial service was held Monday, June 11 at the Chapel of Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home with the Rev. Raymond Crownover officiating.

A military graveside service was conducted at Parklawns Memorial Gardens by members of the Charles Nitterhouse Post 1599 V.F.W. Honor Guard.

Lester E. Martin 

Lester E. Martin, 58, 3926 Guilford Springs Road, Chambersburg, died Sunday, June 10 at his residence.

Born April 4, 1943 in Hagerstown, Md., he was the son of Naomi Diller Martin of Hagerstown, Md. and the late Abner R. Martin. He was married to Ruth A. Martin Martin on Feb. 23, 1963.

Mr. Martin was a lifelong farmer known in the dairy business for his family’s herd “Pleasant Valley Jerseys.” He had also operated a cattle leasing business.

Mr. Martin was a member of Marion Mennonite Church, Chambersburg, where he taught Sunday School. He had also been an active representative with Brotherly Aid and had hosted international guests. Mr. and Mrs. Martin were also active with the Outreach at Bethel Community Church in Warfordsburg.

He was a board member and past president of Ag-Choice Farm Credit of Pennsylvania, director and past president of the Pa. Jersey Cattle Association, member and past president of the Cumberland Valley Jersey Breeders; member of the Cumberland Valley Cooperative, Franklin County DHIA, Franklin County Farm Bureau, Dairy Farmers of America, American Jersey Cattle Association, Franklin County Graziers and Cumberland Valley Antique Association. Mr. Martin served as director with the Pennsylvania Dairyman’s Association. He was a 4-H Leader and was active with the Gideon’s Society.

In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by a son, Douglas E. Martin of Chambersburg; three daughters, Karla A. Slick, Tina K. Holderman and Denise R. Martin, all of Chambersburg; two brothers, Glenn Martin and Roger Martin, both of Hagerstown, Md.; three sisters, Anita Eby of Hagerstown, Md., Nadine Martin of Chewsville, Md. and Hazel Martin of Waynesboro; four grandsons and four granddaughters.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 14 at the Marion Mennonite Church, 4365 Molly Pitcher Highway, Chambersburg, with Rev. Roger Martin, Rev. Gary Quackenbos, Rev. Cleon Nyce and Rev. Lauren Horst officiating. 

Visitation was held Wednesday evening. 

Interment will be private in Marion Mennonite Church Cemetery prior to the funeral service.

Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home Inc., Chambersburg, is in charge of the arrangements.

Ruth E. Forrester 

Ruth E. Forrester, 82, a resident of Menno Haven, Chambersburg, formerly of Clearfield Road, Shippensburg, died Sunday, June 10 at her residence.

Born July 13, 1918 in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late Mary E. Hinkle McLaughlin and raided by her late grandparents, Samuel and Belle Hinkle. She was married to Ray E. Forrester, also a resident at Menno Haven, Chambersburg.

Mrs. Forrester was a member of the Prince Street United Brethren Church, Shippensburg. In her youth, she had been involved with the Youth Program at the Orrstown United Brethren Church and various other activities in the Orrstown community.

She had been employed at the former Shirt Craft and L’Aiglon companies in Shippensburg and helped on the dairy farm with her husband. He loved to sew, crochet and cook.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Cleveland R. Forrester, Chambersburg; two daughters, Lois M. Brechbiel of Berwick, Ill. and Tina James of Everett; one brother, Amos McLaughlin Jr. of Orrstown; four sisters, Alice Taylor of Chambersburg, Elsie Watts of Lykens, Betty Fickes of Carlisle and Kathryn “Dot” Yeager of Shippensburg; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Forrester was preceded in death by one grandson, one great-grandson, seven brothers and six sisters.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 15 in the Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home Inc., Shippensburg, with the Rev. Garry L. Culler and the Rev. Ronald L. Cook officiating. Interment will be in Salem Cemetery, Greene Township. 

Friends may call Thursday evening, June 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Menno Haven, 2075 Scotland Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201.

Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home Inc., 112 West King Street, Shippensburg, is in charge of the arrangements.


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