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ALTHOUSE, T. PAUL, Bob Evans Chef
Paul T. Althouse, 49, of 307 Poplar Lane, New Providence, died of natural causes Sunday, February 3, 2002 at home.
Paul was a professional chef for 29 years, last working as an executive training chef for Bob Evans Corporation and traveling throughout the United States.
Paul was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam War.
Paul enjoyed hunting, fishing, working on automobiles and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Born in Pequea, Paul was the son of Betty L. Lungren Althouse Kauffman of Lancaster and the late James Althouse.
Paul was married to Carlene A. Hart Althouse.  His first wife was the late Lola Althouse.
Surviving in addition to his wife are two stepsons, Dean L. Schaeffer of Manheim and Eric M., married to Rebecca Schaeffer of Dallastown; a stepdaughter, Rhonda L. Baker of New Providence; a stepgranddaughter; a brother, Robert, married to Billie Marie Althouse of Holtwood; a half brother, Richard, married to Millie Kauffman of Mount Joy; a stepbrother, Donald, married to Linda Kauffman of Pequea; and two stepsisters, Marian, married to Raymond Hertz of New Providence and Joyce Woods of Drumore.
Paul was preceded in death by a daughter, Lisa Althouse; and a brother, James.
GRAVESIDE SERVICES FOR PAUL T. ALTHOUSE
PLACE:  Camp Hill Cemetery, Terrace Avenue, Mount Joy, Pennsylvania
DATE & TIME:  Thursday, February 7, 2002 at 3:00 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania on Wednesday evening, February 5, 2002 from 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
OFFICIATING:  Pastor Lee F. Michaels

BAKER, RUTH F., 66, lived in Manheim
Ruth F. Baker, 66, of 316 Oak Tree Road, Manheim, died Monday morning, January 7, 2002 at Essa Flory Hospice Center after a brief illness.
Mrs. Baker worked for Penn-Elm Apparel in Elm, for eight years.
A 35-year member of Grace Brethren Church in Manheim, Ruth was in charge of the nursery department and active in the AWANA group.
Ruth enjoyed sewing, crocheting, quilting and making crafts.
Born in Belleville, Ruth was the daughter of the late John P. and Saloma B. Yoder Yoder.
Ruth was married 43 years on July 12 to Carl W. Baker.
Surviving in addition to her husband are a son, Carl E. of Lititz; a daughter, Barbara A., married to Paul E. Yecker Jr. of Lititz; a granddaughter; five brothers, Emanuel M., married to Marian Yoder of Morgantown, John S., married to Grace Yoder of Belleville, Stephen C., married to Frances Yoder of Lebanon, Raymond D., married to Thelma Yoder of Yellow Jacket, Colorado, and Isaiah J., married to Shirley Yoder of Cedaredge, Colorado; and a sister, Mary B., married to John Byler of Belleville.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR RUTH F. BAKER
PLACE:  Grace Brethren Church of Manheim, 333 East High Street, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Thursday morning, January 10, 2002 at 10:30 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, on Wednesday evening, January 9, 2002 from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.  Friends may also call at the church on Thursday morning from 9:30 A.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Jeffrey L. Dunkle
INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Ruth’s Memory to:  Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125.

BRUBAKER, DOROTHEA, Raymark Retiree
Dorothea R. “Dottie” Brubaker, 91, of 291 East Sun Hill Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania died Tuesday evening, January 15, 2002 at Pleasant View Retirement Community in Manheim after a brief illness.
Dottie attended the Adult Day Care Center at Landis Homes in Lititz.
Dottie worked for the former Raymark Industries in Manheim for more than 25 years, retiring in 1975.
She as a Protestant.
Dottie was a member of Ammon K. Gibble American Legion Post 419 Auxiliary in Manheim and the 25-year Club at Raymark.
Dottie enjoyed flower gardening.
Born in Lancaster, Dottie was the daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Warner Richardson and the stepdaughter of the late Roy Mowery.
Dottie was married 41 years on December 3 to Samuel W. Brubaker.
In addition to her husband, Dottie is survived by a son, Peter R., married to Donna Schmeck Floyd of Lewes, Delaware; a granddaughter; three great-grandchildren; and a sister, Miriam Kimmich of Lancaster.
Dottie was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR DOROTHEA BRUBAKER
Private Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
There will be NO Viewing.

CHRISTIANO, JOHN, 72, auto mechanic
John Christiano, 72, of 1963 Cider Press Road, Manheim, died of natural causes Tuesday evening, January 29, 2002 at his home.
John was an auto mechanic for 40 years with Lando Diagnostic, Brooklyn, New York.  He also was a security truck driver for Manufacturer’s Hanover Trust in Manhattan, New York.
Prior to retirement, John worked five years in the maintenance department of Sauder Egg Company in Lititz.
John served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, John was the son of the late William and Lucy Muro Christiano.
John was married 47 years in February to Anna R. Cuillo Christiano.
Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, William J., married to Lori Christiano of Bronxville, New York, and John P., with whom he lived; two daughters, Jayne L. Carlucci, with whom he lived, and LuAnn married to Manny Licitra of Staten Island, New York; six grandchildren, two brothers, Angelo, married to Ruth Christiano of Pinellas Park, Florida and William, married to Julie Christiano of Staten Island, New York; and three sisters, Mary Amascotto of Brooklyn, and Lucy, married to John Brocco, and Helen  DeMaio, both of Long Island, New York.
John was preceded in death by two brothers, Joseph and Nicholas; and a sister, Rose Christiano.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JOHN CHRISTIANO
PLACE:  Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Monday, February 4, 2002 at 12:00 Noon
OFFICIATING:  Pastor Rick W. Stence
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim on Sunday evening, February 3, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. and also on Monday, February 4, 2002 from 11:00 A.M. until time of service.
INTERMENT:  Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, Pennsylvania.
MILITARY HONORS:  Accorded by the Lebanon V.F.W.
No Contributions

DOYLE, LARRY, Warner Lambert Retiree
Larry L. Doyle, Sr., 61, of 21 West Orange Street, Lititz, formerly of Sporting Hill, died of natural causes Saturday, February 2, 2002 at his home.
Larry worked in the heat and air conditioning maintenance department of the former Warner-Lambert Company, Lititz.  He retired after 30 years.
A U.S. Army veteran, Larry was a member of Lititz Springs Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1463 and Garden Spot American Legion Post #56, Lititz.
Larry also belonged to Germania Band Club, Manheim; Elstonville Sportsman’s Association; Newmanstown Sportsman’s Club; and Lancaster’s Seventh Ward Club.
Born in Brickerville, Paul was the son of the late Charles and Hilda Vaughn Doyle.
Surviving are three sons, Larry L. Jr., married to Tracey J. Hoyt Doyle of Tucson, Ariz., and Lee Ray and Lyle Scott, both of Manheim, six grandchildren; and three brothers, Clarence R., married to Jean Kilefner Doyle, Lloyd W., married to Dolly Lehman Doyle, and Kenneth E., married to Carol Blyler Doyle of Manheim.
Larry was preceded in death by three brothers, John, Miles and Charles; and a sister, Mary Clark.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LARRY L. DOYLE
PLACE:  Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania
DATE & TIME:  Thursday, February 7, 2002 at 10:00 A.M.
VISITATION:  Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, February 7, 2002 at the Buch Funeral Home from 9:00 A.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Randy C. Leitzel
INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
  
EBY, HELEN M., 86, was a homemaker
Helen M. Eby, 86, of 600 East Main Street, Lititz, formerly of 260 Hempfield Avenue, Landisville, died of natural causes Wednesday morning, January 30, 2002 at Luther Acres, Lititz after a long illness.
A homemaker, Helen was a member of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Landisville, and an active member of the Lancaster General Hospital auxiliary.
Helen enjoyed gardening.
Born in Lancaster, Helen was the daughter of the late William and Bertha Boenke Erb.
Her husband, Charles M. Eby died in 1978.
Surviving are a son, Robert C., married to Lila Isbill Eby of Marysville, Tennessee; three daughters, Judith A., married to John Sumilas of Loudon, Tennessee, Linda L., married to Bruce Shipe of Lititz and Deborah L. Eby of Manheim; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Elizabeth Eby of Mount Joy and Caroline Swarr of Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Helen was preceded in death by a brother, Paul.
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR HELEN M. EBY
PLACE:  Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Sunday afternoon, February 2, 2002 at 1:30 P.M.
There will be NO Public Viewing 
Friends may visit with the family at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim on Sunday afternoon, February 2, 2002 from 12:30 P.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Martha Sheaffer
INTERMENT:  Conestoga Memorial Park, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Please Omit Flowers – Memorial contributions may be sent in Helen’s Memory to:  Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125 or American Heart Association, 610 Community Way, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603.

GEORGE, EDNA K., 92, auto auction cook
Edna K. George, 92, formerly of 327 Ferdinand Street, Manheim, died of natural causes Tuesday evening, January 29, 2002 at Luther Acres in Lititz where she lived since 2000.
Edna was a cook for Manheim Auto Auction from 1953 to 1977.
A member of Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church, Manheim, Edna was trustee of the official board, church pianist and Sunday school teacher for primary, junior and senior classes.
Edna volunteered for Meals on Wheels since it began in Manheim in 1979 and was a member of Manheim Historical Society.
Born in Penn Township, Edna was the daughter of the late Adam E. and Mary Kling Showers.
Her husband, Chester H. George, died in 1990.
Surviving are three daughters, Ruth G. Hollinger of East Petersburg and twins Betty G., married to Samuel H. Brandt of Palmyra, and Doris G., married to Paul E. Obetz of Lancaster, six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a brothers, Charles K., married to Erla Showers of Lititz; and two sisters, Mary Getz and Ruth Smith, both of Lititz.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR EDNA K. GEORGE
PLACE:  Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church, 48 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Saturday, February 2, 2002 at 2:00 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Church on Saturday, February 2, 2002 from 1:00 P.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Jeffrey C. Schell
INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.

JEROME “Jerry” L. GRUMBLING, decorated Army vet
Jerome “Jerry” L. Grumbling, 56, of Rumley Road, Rockhill Furnace, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, where he lived for two years, formerly of 103 West Elizabethtown Road, Manheim, died unexpectedly Saturday morning, January 19, 2002 at the Lewistown Hospital in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania of natural causes. 
Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Jerome was the son of the late Alvin W. and Pearl E. Sweigart Kahley.
Jerome was in the U.S. Army and served in the Vietnam War.  He received the Army Commendation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Humanitarian Service Medal and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry.  Jerome also received the Good Conduct Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Overseas Bars, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon and the Marksman Badge Rifle Medal.  Jerome retired from the military after twenty-five years of service where he worked as a personnel management specialist. He retired with a Sergeant First Class status.
After retiring from the Army in 1985, Jerome worked for Henkels and McCoy Inc., Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.
In his earlier years, Jerome worked for the Highland Tank Manufacturing Co., Manheim where he worked as a welder.  
Jerome was a 1963 graduate of the Manheim Central High School.  
Jerome was a member of the American Legion Post #40, Maryland, a lifetime member of the Manheim VFW Post 5956, Loyal Order of Moose #596, Elizabethtown and a member of Elstonville Sportsmen Association.  
Jerome was an avid Philadelphia Phillies baseball fan, enjoyed hunting and enjoyed his hunting beagles.  Jerome also enjoyed bowling.
Surviving are a companion of seven years, Susan Abbott of Lewistown, a daughter, Lisa K. married to Vince Campanalie, Orlando, Florida, three grandchildren, a stepbrother, Rodney Sweigart of Ephrata, two sisters, Margaret “Peggy” A. married to William Cunha of Manheim and Pauline “Polly” M. married to James L. Sweigart of Mastersonville and a stepsister, Sandra Martin.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JEROME “JERRY” L. GRUMBLING
PLACE:   Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania
DATE & TIME:  Friday, January 25, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania on Thursday evening, January 24, 2002 from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. and also on Friday morning, January 25, 2002 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Allen F. Helwig
INTERMENT:  Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, East Hanover Township, Pennsylvania.
No Memorial Contributions
 
HESS, ANNE, 85, formerly of Manheim R3
Anne M. Hess, 85, formerly of Manheim R3, died Wednesday afternoon, January 2, 2002 after a long illness at Brethren Village.
A homemaker, Anne worked for the former Badorf Shoe Company in Lititz in her early years.  She also helped her husband on the family farm in Rapho Township.
Anne was a member of Lancaster Church of the Brethren and Mastersonville Fire Company auxiliary.
Mrs. Hess volunteered in the Brethren Village infirmary.
Anne attended Linden Hall.
Born in Lititz, Anne was the daughter of the late Hiram and Nettie Beck Minnich.
Her husband, Roy G. Hess, died in 1977.
Surviving are a son, James E. Hess of Lititz; a daughter, Margaret A. “Peg”, married to Scott T. Garber of Landisville; and four grandchildren.
Anne was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Dr. Howard Minnich.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ANNE M. HESS
PLACE:  Brethren Village Chapel, 3001 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Saturday morning, January 5, 2002 at 10:30 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the chapel on Saturday morning, January 5, 2002 from 9:30 A.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Levi J. Ziegler
INTERMENT:  Chiques Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Rapho Township, Pennsylvania.

HOFFER, DEAN, owned insurance agency
Dean Hoffer, 62, of 1012 Elbow Road, Lititz, died unexpectedly of natural causes Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at Lancaster General Hospital.
A licensed life insurance agent since 1968, Dean owned Hoffer Agency Inc., Lititz.
An active Republican, Dean served on the Warwick Area Republican Committee and was its past chairman.  He also served on the state Republican Committee for several years.  At the time of death, Dean was treasurer for Representative Jere Strittmatter’s re-election campaign.
Dean was a member of Grace Brethren Church in Lititz, where he served as deacon and was involved in Evangelism Explosion ministry training.  Dean also was the secretary of the North Atlantic Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches.
The first county resident elected to a national Future Farmers of America office, Dean was the past regional vice-president of the national FFA and past president of Lancaster County and Pennsylvania FFA and Pennsylvania Young Farmers Association.
Dean received the Rural Youth Award as outstanding future farmer and Chapter Star Farmer of the Manheim Chapter of FFA in 1957.  The next year, Dean received the State Star Farmer of Pennsylvania, the highest award given by Pennsylvania FFA.  Dean then was honored with the American Farmer degree at the National FFA Convention in 1959.
An avid hunter and golfer, Dean was a member of Elstonville Sportsmen’s Association.
Born in Mount Joy Township, Dean was the son of the late Arthur H. and Edith W. Snyder Hoffer.
Dean was married 41 years on August 21 to Rosene J. Kettering Hoffer.
Surviving in addition to his wife are three daughters, Karen R., married to James O. Bower Jr. of Harrisburg, Sheri L., married to Mark A. Sell of Lititz; and Trina J., married to Bradley E. Floyd of Lancaster and nine grandchildren.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR DEAN HOFFER
PLACE:  Grace Brethren Church of Lititz, 501 West Lincoln Avenue, Lititz, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 2:30 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Fellowship Hall of the Grace Brethren Church of Lititz on Friday evening, January 11, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.   Friends may also call at the church on Saturday afternoon, January 12, 2002 from 1:30 P.M. until time of service.
INTERMENT:  Hernley Mennonite Cemetery, Rapho Township, Pennsylvania.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Jerry R. Young and the Reverend William C. Willard.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Dean’s memory to:  Fishermen Fund, c/o Grace Brethren Church of Lititz, 501 West Lincoln Avenue, Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543.

HOSSLER, VERNA S., 98, of Manheim
Verna S. Hossler, 98, formerly of 309 West High Street, Manheim, died Friday morning, January 18, 2002 at Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim, following a brief illness.  Verna was a resident at Pleasant View since 1992.
Verna worked for the former Noggles Garment Factory, Manheim for many years in the pressing and inspection departments.  She also worked part-time at the Danner Home, Manheim.
Verna was the oldest member, by age, of Salem United Methodist Church, Manheim.  She was a dedicated and faithful member.  Verna taught Sunday school for many years.  At one time Verna was on the missions committee and the visitation team for the Church.
Verna enjoyed quilting, crocheting, vegetable and flower gardening.
Born in Frederickburg, Lebanon County, Verna was the daughter of the late William B. and Nora Binkley Smith.
Her husband, John S. Hossler died in September 1966.
Surviving are a son, John Kenneth married to Nancy E. Nissley Hossler of Manheim, two grandchildren, Jon Eric married to Michelle Hossler and Denise Lyn Hossler and one great-grandson, Jon Phillip Hossler, and one sister, Lucille Heller of Lebanon.
Verna was preceded in death by three brothers, Gerald Smith, Arthur Smith and Roy Smith and one sister, Florence Reber.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR VERNA S. HOSSLER
PLACE:   Hoffer Auditorium at Pleasant View Retirement Community, 544 North Penryn Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Monday, January 21, 2002 at 2:00 P.M.
VIEWING:  There will be NO Public Viewing.  Friends may visit with the family from 1:00 P.M. until time of service at the Hoffer Auditorium on Monday, January 21, 2002.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Paul F. Keefer and The Reverend Bruce L. Lefever
INTERMENT:  Hernley Mennonite Cemetery, Rapho Township, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Verna’s Memory to:  Salem United Methodist Church, Memorial Fund, 140 North Penn Street, Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545 or Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125.

KREIDER, CALEB A., 85, minister, farmer
Caleb A. Kreider, 85, of 1167 North Penryn Road, Manheim, died Wednesday, January 9, 2002 at Essa Flory Hospice Center after a long illness.
Caleb was a Church of the Brethren minister from 1955 until he retired in 1998.
For many years, Caleb owned and operated a farm in Penn Township.  He also operated Kreider Manufacturing, a welding company in Manheim, for many years.
Caleb was a member of White Oak Church of the Brethren in Manheim where he was an elder-in-charge for 15 years.
An avid hunter, Caleb also enjoyed woodworking.
Born in South Annville Township in Lebanon County, Caleb as the son of the late Jonas and Susan Kettering Kreider.
Caleb was married 60 years on January 1 to Erma H. Koser Kreider.
Surviving in addition to his wife are five daughters, Mary, married to Kenneth Ober of Towanda, Ruth, married to Kervin Hoffer of Bainbridge, Jean, married to Clair Mummau of Mount Joy, and Erma, married to Robert Bruckhart, and Elizabeth, married to J. Lester Heistand, both of Manheim; a son, Caleb L., married to Connie Keller Kreider of Manheim; 22 grandchildren; and two sisters, Ruth, married to Norman Fahnestock of Lancaster, and Miriam Smith of Palmyra.
Caleb was preceded in death by six brothers, Ralph, Isaac, Simon, Henry, Jonas and David; and two sisters, Mary and Elizabeth Kreider.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR CALEB A. KREIDER
PLACE:   White Oak Church of the Brethren, 1211 North Penryn Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Tuesday, January 15, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the White Oak Church of the Brethren on Monday evening, January 14, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.  Friends may also call on Tuesday morning, January 15, 2002 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service of the service.
OFFICIATING:   Ministers from the White Oak Church of the Brethren
INTERMENT:  White Oak Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
Please Omit Flowers
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Caleb’s Memory to:  Bible Helps, P.O. Box #391, Hanover, Pennsylvania   17331.  

KREIDER, CHARLES, 73, was dairy farmer
Charles H. Kreider, 73, of 1959 Valley View Road, Mount Joy, died of natural causes Saturday, February 2, 2002 at Lancaster General Hospital.
Before retiring in 1993, Charles was a dairy farmer on his family’s Mount Joy Township farm.
Charles was a member of Hammer Creek Mennonite Church in Lititz.
Born in Elizabeth Township, Charles was the son of the late Benjamin S. and Lizzie B. Huber Kreider.
Charles was married to Helen Bollinger Kreider for 50 years on April 15.
Surviving besides his wife are two sons, C. Lynn, married to Ginnie G. Paulson Kreider of Elizabethtown, and Nevin L. of Lititz; three daughters, Laverne, married to Clair N. Oberholtzer of Elizabethtown, Sharon Weinhold of Lancaster and Nancy, married to Carl C. Douthit of York; 11 grandchildren; a great-grandson; a step-granddaughter, five brothers, Wilmer H., married to Lois Kreider, and Landis H., married to Arlene Kreider, both of Elizabethtown, Paul H., married to Marian Kreider of Lititz, Benjamin H., married to Esther Kreider of Annville, and Earl H., married to Betsy Kreider of East Earl; and two sisters, Ruth H. Kreider of Lancaster and Ellen H., married to George Bennett of Lebanon.
Charles was preceded in death by a brother, Lloyd H. Kreider.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR CHARLES H. KREIDER
PLACE:  Hammer Creek Mennonite Church, 590 Hammer Creek Road, Lititz, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Wednesday, February 6, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Hammer Creek Mennonite Church on Tuesday evening, February 5, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. and also on Wednesday, February 6, 2002 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service at the Church.
OFFICIATING:  Ministers Fred G. Heller, Wilmer S. Musser and Samuel S. Burkholder.
INTERMENT:  Hammer Creek Mennonite Cemetery.
PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may make memorial contributions in Charles’ Memory to:  Friendship Community Ministries, 1149 East Oregon Road, Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543.

KREIDER, ROSANNA H., 88 Homemaker
Rosanna H. Kreider, 88, formerly of Ironville and 1931 Willow Street Pike, died of natural causes Monday, January 14, 2002 at the Mennonite Home.
A homemaker, Rosanna was a member of Willow Street Mennonite Church, where she was a former Sunday school teacher and participated in the sewing circle.
Born in Kinzers, Rosanna was the daughter of the late Harry P. and Anna Mae Rutt Hershey.
Her husband, G. Frank Kreider, died in 1969.
Surviving are four sons, Kenneth H., married to Dorothy M. Ranck Kreider of Strasburg, Norman L., married to Orpha M. Hawthorne Kreider and G. Frank Jr., married to Barbara Myers Kreider, both of Lancaster, and James F., married to Elizabeth Naylor Kreider of Trout Run; two daughters, Janet E., married to Walter Harrison of La Jolla, California, and Linda M., married to Robert E. Keeport of Washington Boro; 16 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Harold R., married to Ruth Hershey of Quarryville, and Richard R., married to Mary Ellen Hershey of Lancaster.
Rosanna was preceded in death by two brothers, Edwin and Ivan Hershey.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ROSANNA H. KREIDER
PLACE:   Willow Street Mennonite Church, Penn Grant Road, Willow Street, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Friday, January 18, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:   Friends may call from 10:00 A.M. until time of service at the church on Friday, January 18, 2002.
INTERMENT:  Willow Street Mennonite Church Cemetery, Willow Street, Pennsylvania.
OFFICIATING:  Pastor Robert A. Breneman and Pastor Dorcas J. Martzall
CONTRIBUTIONS:   Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Rosanna’s Memory to:  Alzheimer’s Association, Building 2, Suite #321, 2001 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102.
KULP, CHARLES G., 76, Automobile Salesman
Charles G. Kulp, 76, of 2358 Mountain Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania died Saturday, January 5, 2002 at the Lebanon Veterans Medical Center, South Lebanon Township, following a brief illness.
Born in Union Square, Rapho Township, Pennsylvania, Charles was the son of the late Amos D. and Amelia Diffenderfer Kulp.
Charles was a car salesman for Kulps Used Cars in Manheim for 28 years from 1964 to 1990 before retiring in 1990.  Previously, Charles owned and operated the Kulps Gulf Oil Service Station in Columbia from 1958 to 1964.  He also was a house painter with his father for four years.
His wife, Fay D. Dennis, died November 10, 1990.
Charles was a U.S. Navy Veteran during World War II.
Charles was a member of Hope Episcopal Church in Manheim. He was a member of Elstonville Sportsman Association, Manheim VFW Post 5956, Germania Band Club and the U.S. Navy Club in Lebanon.
Charles enjoyed hunting and deer, bear and turkey hunting.
Charles also collected antique cars and was known for his Chevy II and Impalas Model A’s.
Charles is survived by two sons, Thomas J. Kulp of Laurel Maryland and L. Scott married to Jody Lynn Fry Kulp of Manheim; two daughters, Barbara A. married to Robert J. Fegley and Lydia L. married to Jeffrey E. Engle both of Manheim; six grandchildren; a brother, Amos married to Faye Kulp of Manheim and three sisters, Ruth married to David Shelly, Kathryn Ruhl both of Manheim and Alda Cowart of Penryn.
Charles was preceded in death by a son, Robert C. Kulp who died in 1990, two brothers, Harold and Marlin Kulp and a sister, Naomi Ruhl. 
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR CHARLES G. KULP
PLACE:  Hope Episcopal Church, 2425 Mountain Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Friday, January 11, 2002 at 2:00 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim on Thursday evening, January 10, 2002 from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. and also visit with the family following the service at the Parish Hall directly across from the church.
OFFICIATING:   The Reverend John B. Edison as Celebrant
INTERMENT:  Hope Episcopal Church Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania where military honors will be accorded by the Red Rose Veterans Honor Guard of Lancaster, Pennsylvania
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Charles Memory to:  Hope Episcopal Church Building Fund, 2425 Mountain Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545. 

LANDIS, RUTH L., 89, formerly of Manheim
Ruth L. Landis, 89, of Landis Homes Retirement Community in Lititz, Pennsylvania, formerly of R.D.#1 in Manheim, died Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at the home where she lived since 1988 following a lengthy illness.
Born in Manheim, Pennsylvania, Ruth was the daughter of the late Harry and Annie Harnley Steinman.
A homemaker, Ruth was a member of the Lancaster Brethren in Christ Church.
Her husband, Clarence M. Landis died in March of 1986.
Surviving are two sons, Gordon S., married to Sarah “Sally” Good Landis of East Petersburg and Donald S., married to Judith Justice Landis of Millersville; three grandchildren, one great-granddaughter and a brother, Howard Steinman of Ephrata Manor.
Ruth was preceded in death by four sisters, Elsie Groff, Anna Krick, Edna Rhinier and Nora Miller; two brothers, Ralph Steinman and Henry Steinman and one grandson.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR RUTH L. LANDIS
PLACE:  EAST BETHANY CHAPEL of Landis Homes, 1001 East Oregon Road, Lititz, Pennsylvania
DATE & TIME:  Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 10:30 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the East Bethany Chapel from 9:30 A.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Donald W. Good
INTERMENT:  East Petersburg Mennonite Cemetery, East Petersburg, Pennsylvania.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend Joel DeVinney
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Please Omit Flowers
Memorial Contributions may be sent in Ruth’s Memory to:  CARING FUND of Landis Homes Retirement Community, 1001 East Oregon Road, Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543.

LeFevre, Justin, 17, CV football player
Justin Timothy LeFevre, 17, of 362 Sawmill Road, Strasburg and 2428 Stumptown Road, Bird-In-Hand, died Tuesday afternoon, January 15, 2002 at his father’s home after a long battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a cancerous tumor.
Justin was a junior at Conestoga Valley High School, where he was an inside linebacker with the football team.  He previously was a running back and outside linebacker and participated in various intramural sports.
Conestoga Valley football coach, Gerad Novak gave Justin the game ball when the Buckskins defeated Elizabethtown on September 22, 2000.  It was the first game ball Novak gave out during his tenure at Conestoga Valley.
Justin worked part-time at Dutch Wonderland.
An avid outdoorsman, Justin enjoyed the mountains, hunting, fishing, skiing, dirt-bike riding and traveling.  He also enjoyed “hanging out” with his friends.
Born in Lancaster, Justin was the son of Timothy G., married to Terri A. Nolte Wertz, with whom he lived in Strasburg, and Jeanie S. LeFevre-Glick, married to Dean M. Glick, with whom he lived in Bird-In-Hand.
Surviving in addition to his parents and stepparents are a stepbrother, Charles D. Moncrief of Strasburg; paternal grandmother, Diane B. Wertz of Strasburg; and maternal grandparents, Lester J. and Shirley J. LeFevre of Lancaster.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JUSTIN TIMOTHY LEFEVRE
PLACE:   Forest Hills Mennonite Church, 100 Quarry Road, Leola, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Saturday, January 19, 2002 at 10:30 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call on Friday evening, January 18, 2002 at the Church from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. and also on Saturday morning, January 19, 2002 from 9:30 A.M. until time of service.
INTERMENT:  LeFevre Cemetery, Strasburg Township, Pennsylvania.
OFFICIATING:  Pastor Shawn Moyer and Pastor John E. Winterstein.
CONTRIBUTIONS:   Please Omit Flowers – Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Justin’s Memory to:  Justin LeFevre Memorial Fund, c/o Bank of Lancaster County, 101 North Pointe Blvd., Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601.  Funds will be distributed to Hospice of Lancaster County, Four Diamonds Fund and toward the purchase of athletic equipment for Conestoga Valley High School.  

MYERS, MARTIN, 77, Fuller Supervisor
Martin V. “Mots” “Marty” Myers, 77, of 75 Circle Drive, Manheim, died Wednesday, January 30, 2002 at Lancaster General Hospital after a brief illness.
Marty retired in 1987 after more than 22 years as a supervisor in the machine shop of Fuller Company in Manheim.
A 1997 graduate of Lancaster Bible College and a member of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Manheim, Marty served on the church council and was Sunday school superintendent, teacher for the Men’s Sunday school class and a commissioned Stephen Minister.
Marty volunteered in the Lancaster General Hospital recovery room.
A U.S. Army veteran, Marty served as a technician 4th grade during World War II.
A sports enthusiast, Marty enjoyed walking, running and a general individual physical fitness program for himself.  
Born in Manheim, Marty was the son of the late Norman F. and Ella Mae Buchter Myers.
Marty was married 25 years in August to Linda A. Walters Myers.
Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Christopher S. of Salisbury, N.C.; three daughters, Denise L. Stouch of Lancaster, Rebecca Myers Tolle, married to Thaddeus Tolle of Exton, and Peggy S. Anderson of Ephrata; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a sister, Norma M., married to Charles S. Kaye of Manheim.
Marty was preceded in death by a brother, Donald H., and a sister, Althea M. Edmonds.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MARTIN MYERS
PLACE:  Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2 South Hazel Street, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Sunday, February 3, 2002 at 2:30 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church on Sunday afternoon, February 3, 2002 from 1:00 P.M. until the time of service.
OFFICIATING:  Pastor James W. Roth
INTERMENT:  Will be at the convenience of the family in the Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may make memorial contributions in Marty’s Memory to:  Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lancaster County Chapter, 117-D South West End, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603.

MYERS, RONALD E. “Punkin” Myers, of Manheim
Ronald E. “Punkin” Myers, 58 of 644 Lorraine Avenue, Manheim, died early Thursday morning, January 3, 2002 at home after a six-month battle with cancer.
Ronald was an assistant store manager for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board in Mount Joy until October.  He previously worked for the Fuller Company in Manheim.
A U.S. Army veteran, Ronald served in Korea in 1963.  He was a member of Manheim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5956.
Ronald belonged to Ruhl’s United Methodist Church in Manheim where he served on the staff-parish relations ministry, was the offering and communion steward and was involved in the missions and ministry.
A 1961 graduate of Manheim Central High School, Ronald was an avid Manheim Central Barons football fan.
Ronald was awarded Eagle Scout.
He enjoyed lawn and yard work.
Born in Lancaster, Ronald as the son of the late Elwood B. and Elsie V. Weaver Myers.
Ronald was married 30 years on May 22, 2001 to Linda M. Ecenrode Myers.
Surviving in addition to his wife are two daughters, Amy E. Myers and Tami M. Myers, both at home; two brothers, Donald W. Shank and Elwood W. Myers both of Manheim; and two sisters; Darlene W., married to Lester F. Rambler of Manheim, and Betty Lou Brown of Lititz.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR RONALD MYERS
PLACE:  Ruhl’s United Methodist Church, 410 West Elizabethtown Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Sunday, January 6, 2002 at 2:00 P.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Church on Saturday evening, January 5, 2002 from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. and also on Sunday, January 6, 2002 from 1:00 P.M. until time of service.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend James F. Price and the Reverend Randy C. Leitzel
INTERMENT:  Ruhl’s United Methodist Church, Rapho Township, Pennsylvania.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE FOR RONALD MYERS
PLACE:   Ruhl’s United Methodist Church, 410 West Elizabethtown Road, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Sunday, January 13, 2002 at 2:00 P.M.
PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Ronald’s Memory to:  Myers College Benefit Fund, c/o Fulton Bank, Manheim Branch, 1 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545 or to the charity of one’s choice would be appreciated.

PARIDO, EDGAR, Flexsteel Retiree
Edgar F. Parido Sr., 75, of 220 Mayberry Drive, Lititz, formerly of Indianapolis, died Tuesday morning, February 5, 2002 at Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Lebanon, after a long illness.
Edgar was a plant supervisor for Flexsteel Industries.  He retired in 1991 after 23 years.
Edgar was a former member of Maryland Avenue Christian Church, Lexington, Kentucky.
A Boy Scout Master for Troop 141, Indianapolis, Edgar was involved in scouting for more than 20 years.
Edgar was a U.S. Army veteran.
In his earlier years, Edgar played minor league softball for Kramer Corporation, Indianapolis.
An avid golfer, Edgar also was a Manheim Central Baron football fan.
Born in Lexington, Edgar was the son of the late Vernon C. and Lillie B. Columbia Parido.
Edgar was married 53 years in May to Ruby S. Spigle Parido.
Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Edgar F. Jr., married to Marsha H. Johnson Parido of Manheim; two daughters, Deborah S., married to Michael G. Chernich and Pamela K., married to Mark Hicks, both of Lititz; seven grandchildren; three brothers, Grover, married to Mary Parido of Fishers, Ind., Ernest, married to Ann Parido of Dunnellon, Fla., and Ray married to Pearl Parido of Lexington; and a sister, Mary Bollman of San Diego.
Edgar was preceded in death by a son, Paul D., and a brother, Vernon Jr.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR EDGAR F. PARIDO
PLACE:  Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim, Pennsylvania
DATE & TIME:  Friday morning, February 8, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home on Friday morning, February 8, 2002 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service.
INTERMENT:  Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, Pennsylvania with Military Honors accorded by the Lebanon VFW.           
Please Omit Flowers
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Edgar’s Memory to:  Parkinson’s Disease Support Group, P.O. Box #3002, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604.

SHUTT, PAULINE, V., 83, lived in Manheim
Pauline V. Shutt, 83, of 113 West Colebrook Street, Manheim, died Sunday morning, January 27, 2002 at her home following a long illness.
A homemaker, Pauline was a member of St. Richard’s Catholic Church, Manheim and its women’s group.  She also participated in the church’s music program.
Pauline volunteered at Mennonite Central Committee in Akron.
Other memberships included Manheim Historical Society, the Manheim Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5956 auxiliary, Stiegel Roses Senior Citizens Group of Manheim and Lititz Senior Center.
In her early years, Pauline worked at the former Consolidated Cigar Factory.
Pauline enjoyed folk, polka and square dancing with her husband and was a member of Dutchland Polkateers and Swing Through Square Dance clubs, both in Lititz.
An accomplished seamstress, Pauline also enjoyed crocheting and flower gardening.
Born in Lancaster, Pauline was the daughter of the late Carl and Grace Hecker Wolf.
Pauline was married 49 years to Clayton W. Shutt.
In addition to her husband, Pauline is survived by a son, Dennis C. of Kernersville, North Carolina; a daughter, Carol A., married to Donald L. Stoltz of Lebanon; a brother, Henry, married to Doris Wolf of Lancaster; and a sister, Elsie Horn of Lancaster.
Pauline was preceded in death by five brothers, Albert, Charles, Johnny, Herman and Theodore Wolf; and three sisters, her twin, Mary Guldin, Kathryn Mitterer and Margaret Wolf.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL FOR PAULINE V. SHUTT
PLACE:  St. Richard Catholic Church, 110 North Oak Street, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Thursday morning, January 31, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim on Wednesday evening, January 30, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.  Friends may also call at the Church on Thursday morning, January 31, 2002 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service.
CELEBRANT:  The Reverend Raymond J. Christ, O.S.F.S.
FINAL COMMENDATION AND FAREWELL:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Pauline’s memory to:  Lancaster Office of the Aging, 50 North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603 or Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125.

SNAVELY, MARTIN D., AGE 77
Martin D. “Marty” Snavely, 77, of 686 West High Street, Manheim, died unexpectedly of natural causes on Thursday afternoon, January 31, 2001 at Community Hospital of Lancaster following a brief illness.
Marty worked for 34 years for the former Fuller Company, Manheim as a wood pattern shop foreman, retiring in 1990.  After retiring, Marty volunteered at Nearly-Nu Thrift, Manheim where he served as the president of the thrift shop.   
Born in Mastersonville, Pennsylvania, Marty was the son of the late Jacob B. and Mary Ann Dourte Snavely.
Marty was married 54 years on May 31, 2001 to Vivian V. Williams Snavely.
Marty was a member of Manheim Grace Brethren Church, Manheim where he taught Sunday school in the 5th and 6th grades.  He was a Awana Leader for 13 years and also a deacon at the church.  Marty was also part of the church worship team and enjoyed leading the congregation in song.  
Marty was the president of the former Pleasant Place School, Mastersonville where he coordinated class reunions for the school.  Marty attended Pleasant Place School.  
Marty graduated from McCaskey High in 1942.  
Marty was in the U.S. Navy during World War II.  He was a Chief Petty Third Class Officer where he served as an Aviation Metal Smith Third Class on the U.S.S. Essex during the Battle of Midway in the Pacific.  List of service metals:  American Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with one silver star and three bronze stars, Navy Occupation SVC Medal , Presidental Unit Citation Ribbon, World War II Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with two bronze stars, Honorable Service Lapel Button and the Navy Honorable Discharge Button.
Marty’s hobbies included woodworking, camping, fishing, bird-watching, helping people fix things, flower gardening and was a life-time member of the Thousand Trails, Lebanon.
Surviving besides his wife are a son, Dennis M. married to Barbara J. Hoover Snavely, Manheim; three daughters, Patsy Ann married to Patrick E. Klugh, Lancaster, Dorene Fay married to Daniel Young, Pittsburgh and Sherry Jean Plasterer, Lititz, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Martha, married to Charles Koelbl, Manheim, Ruth, married to Elmer Petticoffer, California, Esther, married to Clayton Myer, Manheim, a brother, Edgar, married to Anna Snavely, Elizabethtown.
Marty was preceded in death by three sisters, Edna Snavely, Stella Winters, Maime Snavely and Stella Winters and three brothers, Elam, Melvin and Wilmer Snavely and a step-brother, Monroe D. Snavely.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MARTIN D. SNAVLEY
PLACE:  Manheim Grace Brethren Church  333 East High Street  Manheim, PA
DATE & TIME:  Tuesday, February 5, 2002 at 11:00AM
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home  21 Market Square  Manheim, PA on Monday, February 4, 2002 from 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM and from 10:00AM until the time of service at the church on Tuesday
MINISTER: Rev. Jeffrey L. Dunkle
PLACE OF INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Please omit flowers.  Contributions may be made in Marty’s memory  to Manheim Grace Brethren Church    333 East High Street   Manheim, PA 17545
MILITARY HONOR GUARD: Red Rose Veterans Honor Guard

VOSBURG, STUART, Production Manager
Stuart W. Vosburg, 68, of 665 Green Ridge Drive, Manheim, died Wednesday afternoon, January 16, 2002 at home after a long illness.
Stuart was a plant production manager for several Air Products and Chemicals Inc. plants throughout the United States.  He retired in 1993 after 37 years.
Stuart was a U.S. Army veteran and a member of Sta. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Manheim.
A member of Endless Mountains Tractor Association, Stuart attended the annual tractor show in Meshoppen, taking first place in July.
His hobbies included flower and vegetable gardening and collecting antique farm tractors.
A 1950 graduate of Tunkhannock High School, Stuart was a member of Future Farmers of America.
Born on the family farm in Tunkhannock, Stuart was the son of the late Albert M. and Katherine Brown Vosburg.
Stuart was married 47 years on November 27 to Virginia L. Smith Vosburg.
Surviving besides his wife are seven sons, Stuart A., married to Charlene Huettner Vosburg of Bel Air, Maryland, Richard K., married to Mary F. Nardi Vosburg of Baltimore, David A., married to Rebecca L. Ralston Vosburg of Franklin, New Jersey, Paul J., married to Jill S. Endress Vosburg of Vernon, New Jersey, Mark S., married to Linda M. Abato Vosburg of Wantage, New Jersey, Matthew W. of Lancaster and Marshall W., married to Kathleen M. Wetzel Vosburg of York.
Also surviving are three daughters, Jill L. Vosburg of Dingman, Katherine Vosburg Baker of Landisville and Tammy L. Vosburg of Lancaster, 16  grandchildren; a brother, Albert, married to Doris Vosburg of Tunkhannock; and a sister, Gloria, married to LeRoy Garey of DeBarry, Florida.
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR STUART VOSBURG
PLACE:  St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 50 North Man Street, Manheim, Pennsylvania.
DATE & TIME:  Saturday, January 26, 2002 at 11:00 A.M.
VIEWING:  There will be NO Viewing.  Friends may visit with the family immediately following the services in Fellowship Hall of the Church.
OFFICIATING:  The Reverend John F. Dieterly
INTERMENT:  Will be at the convenience of the family.
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Stuart’s Memory to:  St. Paul’s United Church of Christ Memorial Fund, P.O. Box #129, Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545 or Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125.
  
YOUNG, RICHARD E., 83, photographer
Richard E. Young, 83, formerly of Charlestown, West Virginia and Manheim, died of natural causes Tuesday afternoon, January 29, 2002 at Conestoga View.
A professional salesman and photographer, Richard lived in Charlestown for more than 50 years.
An Army Air Force and U.S. Air Force veteran, Richard was an aerial photographer during World War II and the Korean War.
Richard was a 1936 graduate of Manheim Central High School, where he was captain of the boys basketball team.  He attended the former Millersville State College.
An avid tennis player, Richard won several tennis championships in the Manheim and Lancaster areas during his early years.
Born in Manheim, Richard was the son of the late Charles E. “Poss” and Helen Oehme Young.
Surviving are a daughter, Patricia J., married to Larry Feirick of Lancaster; four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; and a brother, Harold H., married to Emma Young of Manheim.
Richard was preceded in death by three brothers, Ray, Chester and Mahlon; and a sister, Anna Rettew.
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR RICHARD E. YOUNG
Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
INTERMENT:  Manheim Fairview Cemetery, Penn Township, Pennsylvania.
VIEWING:  Friends may call at the Buch Funeral Home, 21 Market Square, Manheim on Friday evening, February 1, 2002 from 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Please Omit Flowers
CONTRIBUTIONS:  Those desiring may send memorial contributions in Richard’s Memory to:  Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box #4125, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604-4125.


 

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