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Ralph Barner
1921 - 2001

Ralph Barner died on December 9, 2001. Born August 25, 1921, Ralph Barner was 80 years old. The last known place of residence for Ralph Barner was Jersey Shore, PA.

12/11/01

Ralph H. ‘Nick’ Barner
Ralph H. “Nick” Barner, 80, of 1409 Cemetery St., Jersey Shore, died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2001, at ManorCare in Jersey Shore. He was born in Sunbury, Aug. 25, 1921, a son of Gardner O. and Eva Shuman Barner. He was a corporal with the U.S. Army during World War II.
On March 7, 1946, he married the former Rosie Halstead, who survives. Private family funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2001, at the Rearick-Carpenter Funeral Home, “A Life Celebration Home,” 1002 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore, with Pastor Richard D. Waters of the First United Methodist Church of Williamsport, officiating. Interment will be in Jersey Shore Cemetery. His family suggests contributions be made to the Alzheimer’s Disease Association, 71 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18701
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Ralph H. (Nick) Barner, 80, of 1407 Cemetery St., Jersey Shore, died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2001, at Manor Care in Jersey Shore.

He was born in Sunbury, Aug. 25, 1921, a son of Gardner O. and Eva Shuman Barner.

He was a corporal with the U.S. Army during WWII. At one time, he was a member of Antes Fort United Methodist Church.

He enjoyed refinishing furniture, caning chairs and woodworking.

On March 7, 1946, he married the former Rosie Halstead, who survives.

He was employed for over 34 years with Piper Aircraft in Lock Haven.

Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Nancy Ingraham and her husband John of Jersey Shore; two sons, Steven J. Barner and his wife Barbara of Mill Hall and Gary W. Barner and his wife Maryann of Jersey Shore; one brother, Raymond Barner of Binghamton, NY and one sister, Eva Jones of Owego, NY; six grandchildren Jennifer, Reggie, Chad, A
manda, Kevin and Patrick and one great-granddaughter,Sabrina. He was predeceased by two brothers, Paul and "Gabe" Barner and an infant sister.

Private family funeral services will be held at 1:30 Wednesday at the Rearick-Carpenter Funeral Home, "A Life Celebration Home," 1002 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore, with Pastor Richard D. Waters, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, Williamsport, officiating. Interment will be in Jersey Shore Cemetery.

His family suggests contributions be made to the Alzheimers Disease Association, 71 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701
 
BARNER, Ralph Herbert "Nick" (I18386)
 
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Russell S. Lupold
POSTED: October 25, 2009
VETERAN
Russell S. "Lum" Lupold, 91, of New Columbia, died unexpectedly Friday
, Oct. 23, 2009, at home.

Born June 17, 1918, near Carroll, he was a son of the late Harvey C. a
d Carrie Mae (Barner) Lupold. His wife of 50 years, the former Doroth
y H. Frederick, preceded him in death on June 19, 1996.

Russell retired from Susquehanna Motors in 1984, where he worked a
s a mechanic and Service Manager.

Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Cronrath-Grenobl
e Funeral Home, 308 Main St., Watsontown, where the funeral will be he
ld at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Burial with full military honors will foll
ow in Uniontown Cemetery, Allenwood.

The family will provide the flowers and suggests memorial contribution
s be made to the Warrior Run Area Fire Dept., P. O. Box 8, Watsontown
, PA 17777.

www.cronrathgrenoblefuneralhome.com

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LUPOLD, Russell Solomon "Lum" (I14495)
 
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Jul 10, 2019

Harold C. Yost, Jr.

Harold (Bud) Charles Yost, Jr., 76, passed away Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at his home. Born in Lock Haven on March 9, 1943 he was the son of Harold (Bud) Charles Yost Sr. and Elva Hakin Yost.

Bud graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1960. Bud was an outstanding athlete lettering in football, track and basketball. He was selected to the 1960 Big 33 Football team. He was a member of the undefeated 1960 Lock Haven Bobcat football team. He set records in the javelin and shotput. He received the most valuable participant award for the Sixth Annual Juniata Relays. He set the 100 yard dash record at the Lock Haven High School.

Bud was elated when Rip Engle and Joe Paterno came to his home and offered Bud a scholarship to Penn State University. Bud was the limbo champion at the Delta Upsiln Fraternity. Bud would say he majored in football, food, and beverages at Penn State. Bud played in two bowl games the Gator Bowl and the Sugar Bowl. He was very proud that he had the opportunity to shake President John F. Kennedy’s hand at the Sugar Bowl.

After college, Bud worked with his father selling and building Ridge Pike Homes. In 1972 they sold 52 homes after the flood. He worked for Nestlerode Construction and was also a sub contractor. He was the owner and manager of the Eagle Hotel. Bud was a member of City Council from 1992-1995. He was mayor of Lock Haven 1996 -1999. He was a Clinton County Commissioner 2000 - 2007.

Bud loved the outdoors, hunting and fishing. He love spending time with his family, son Buddy, Teresa, and Delani. He enjoyed being with his side kick and beloved dog Sheba.

He was a lifetime member of the Castanea Fire Company, Elks, NRA, North American Hunting Club, Penn State Letterman Club.

He was preceded in death by his father: Harold Charles Yost Sr., his mother; Elva Hakin Yost, his brother; Billy Lee Yost.

He is survived by a son Harold (Buddy) Yost III, and his wife Teresa; a granddaughter; Delani; a sister; Bonnie Sue Yost Probst; a brother-in-law Samuel W. Probst; nephews, Samuel Grant Probst (Donna), Benson Wade Probst and Troy Allan Probst (Bethany); great nieces, Allison R. Probst, Alesia Ross Parks (Jake); great nephews, Cy Probst, Kelvin Probst, Watt Probst; a great great nephew Corbin Parks, and a great great niece, Sage Parks.

Funeral services for Harold (Bud) Charles Yost, Jr. will be held Friday, July 12, 2019 at 11 a.m. in the Yost-Gedon Funeral Home & Cremation Services, LLC, 121 W. Main St. Lock Haven. Officiating will be Pastor Mitch Smith of Christ Community Church, State College.

Family and friends will be received in the Yost-Gedon Funeral Home & Cremation Service, LLC on Thursday, July 11, 2019, from 5 to 8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Harold’s name to the Clinton County SPCA, 33 Mill Hill Road, Lock Haven, Pa. 17745.

Online thoughts and memories can be made at www.yost-gedonfuneralhome.com 
YOST, Harold C. "Bud" Jr. (I5832)
 
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Murdered in bed by gunshot
Assailant never found
Lived in Perry Co.

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Henry Barner was born circa 1770 at Robeson Township, Berks Co, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Adam Barner and Maria Euphronica Conrad. Heny married Susanna Bunce circa 1791 at Saint Michael's Church, Pfoutz Valley, Cumberland County (now Perry County)PA. He died in Decembe 1822 at Sugar Valley, Logan Township, Clinton Co, Pennsylvania. He was buried (No marker remains), at Old Schracktown Cemetery, #037, AKA, "Schracktown Cemetery", Loganton, Greene Township, Clinton Co, Pennsylvania..
 
BARNER, John Henry (I19239)
 
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Ralph C. Kimmel
Birth 9 Apr 1929
New Bloomfield, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 1 Jan 2019 (aged 89)
Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Restland Cemetery
Loysville, Perry County, Pennsylvania, USA
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Ralph C. Kimmel, 89, of Elliottsburg, passed away Tuesday, January 1, 2019 in the Harrisburg Hospital. He was born April 9, 1929 in New Bloomfield to Earl and Lillian (Brunner) Kimmel. He was a member of the Faith United Church, Ickesburg, the NRA, New Bloomfield Ambulance League and Ickesburg Fire. Co.
Ralph was the widower of Beatrice Kimmel and is survived by his daughter, Joanne Berrier and husband Ken of Carlisle; brother Russel L. Kimmel and wife Mary of New Bloomfield; 7 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by his son, Kenneth Kimmel; daughter, Dorine Sheffer and sisters, Mary Beard, Sarah Reisinger, Evelyn Baker, Ruth George and Myrtle Kimmel.
Services will be held Monday, January 7 from the Faith United Church, 6968 Veterans Way, Ickesburg at 2 PM with the Reverend Elaine Moyer officiating. There is a viewing from 1 PM until the service. Burial will follow in Restland Cemetery, Loysville.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, memorial contributions in memory of Ralph are requested to the Faith United Church.

http://www.davidmyersfuneralhome.com/obits/obituary.php?id=710510 
KIMMEL, Ralph Charles (I542)
 
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Russell S. Lupold
Birth 17 Jun 1918
Carroll, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 23 Oct 2009 (aged 91)
New Columbia, Union County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Allenwood Cemetery
Allenwood, Union County, Pennsylvania, USA
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Russell S. "Lum" Lupold, 91, of R. D., New Columbia, passed away unexpectedly Friday, October 23, 2009, at home.

Born June 17, 1918, on the Barner homestead one mile east of Carroll, he was a son of the late Harvey C. and Carrie Mae (Barner) Lupold.

On October 13, 1945, Russell married the former Dorothy H. Frederick at the Methodist Church in Montgomery. Dorothy preceded him in death on June 19, 1996 after 50 years of marriage.

In 1939 Russell served in the Pennsylvania National Guard 109th Regiment, 28th Division, located in Milton. He was inducted into the regular Army in January 1942 at Indiantown Gap and was stationed at Fayetteville, NC for training. Russell was returning to Indiantown Gap on December 7, 1941, when he heard about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Following assignments at Camp Livingston, LA, Camp Carabelle, FL, Camp Pickett, VA, and Camp Miles Standish, MA, he left for Bristol, England in October 1943. Russell landed at Omaha Beach on June 16, 1944, crossed into Germany at Luxenberg and was wounded September 14, 1944. He was hospitalized in England until December 24, 1944 and returned to New York on January 4, 1945 for further hospitalization. On June 24, 1945, after serving 6 years and 19 days, he was discharged at Camp Pickett, VA.

For 11 years Russell worked at the Turbotville Block Plant before taking a job as a mechanic at Susquehanna Motors. As a self-taught mechanic, he worked his way into the position of Service Manager and retired in 1984 after 26 years. Even after retirement he continued to maintain a schedule as though he was still working, eating his meals and performing work duties, and only just recently gave up his PA State Inspection license. He enjoyed special times spent with his family, particularly at the family cabin near Carroll.

Russell was a member of the Watsontown United Methodist Church. He was a life member of the Clyde F. Mowrer Post 323 American Legion, Watsontown, and the Milton Fire Department. In addition, he was a 50-year member of the Watsontown Masonic Lodge 401 and a member of the Williamsport Consistory.

Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Russell S. II "Twoie" and Rena Lupold of Allenwood; one daughter and son-in-law, KittyLu and Terry Hummel of Milton; four grandchildren, Chad Hummel and wife Chrissy of Milton, Tech Sgt. Brad Hummel and wife Liz of Nevada, Jodi Geiger of Allenwood and Annette Kerstetter and husband Greg of Loganton; five great-grandchildren, Jessica Hummel, Brendan Geiger, and Morgan, Gavin and Griffin Kerstetter; one sister, Geraldine Wolfe of Watsontown; and four very close sisters-in-law, Miriam Bower, JoAnne Golder, and Pauline Wertman, all of Watsontown, and Doris Jean Waltman of New York.

In addition to his wife and parents, he was predeceased by a son, Samuel F. Lupold, who died in 1988, and nine brothers and sisters, Harvey Jr., McClellan, George, Forrest, Cleda, Lydia, Grant, Allen and Mary.

Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Cronrath-Grenoble Funeral Home, 308 Main St., Watsontown, where the funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, officiated by his pastor, Rev. Douglas M. Eberly. Burial with full military honors will follow in Uniontown Cemetery, Allenwood.
 
LUPOLD, Russell Solomon "Lum" (I14495)
 
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Carl E. Young

The Rev. Dr. Carl E. Young, 103, of Mechanicsburg, PA died on Decembe
20, 2011 at his home in Bethany Village.
Dr. Young was born June 11, 1908 to the late Jacob and Rosa (Metzger
) Young of Williamsport, PA. He graduated from Williamsport High in 19
26, went on to receive his BA from Albright College in 1930 and his Ba
chelor of Divinity from The Evangelical School of Theology (now Unite
d Theological Seminary) in 1933. He attended Biblical Seminary (now Un
ion Seminary) in New York City. He earned his Masters of Divinity in 1
950 from Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary and was awarded an Honorary Doct
or of Divinity degree by Albright College in 1966. In 1934, he marrie
d Lois Spencer Horton and was assigned to serve Zion Evangelical Churc
h in Scranton, PA. Additional pastoral assignments included a 3 poin
t charge in Mt. Holly Springs, PA; 17 years at Walbrook Memorial Churc
h in Baltimore, MD; and 19 years as the founding and senior pastor o
f Milford Mill United Methodist Church, in Pikesville, MD. After retir
ing, in 1972, he served 5 years as Pastor of Visitation for Grace UM C
hurch in Baltimore, MD. In June of 1977, he and Lois moved to Bethan
y Village where they immediately became involved in their new communit
y - Lois as editor of The Villager and Carl as the first Campus Chapla
in which included writing biographies of all new residents. After Lois
' death in 1981, Carl continued as The Villager editor for the next 1
0 years. In 1983 he married Martha Barner Boyer. During the 80's, Dr
. Young was instrumental in raising $1.5 million for the "new" Healt
h Care Center. In 1984, it was Dr. Young's vision that established th
e Care Assurance Fund at Bethany Village. This fund reached $100,000 b
y the end of the first year. In 1991 he was declared "The Father of th
e Care Assurance Endowment Fund," which now exceeds $10,000,000 and wh
ich supports a growing number of residents that have outlived their as
sets. In recognition of his contributions to his community, Bethany Vi
llage gives the Annual Carl E. Young Outstanding Service Award to on
e of their associates. Dr. Young was chosen as the 2003 "Cumberland Co
unty Outstanding Senior". He was named the 2004 Distinguished Alumnu
s by Albright College Alumni Association. At his death, he was the old
est living member of the Baltimore/Washington Conference of the Unite
d Methodist Church and the oldest resident of Bethany Village. Dr. You
g lived a life marked by integrity, concern for others, generous givi
g, and joyful service. His example of walking daily in the presence o
f God is one that calls each of us to such living. Surviving are his f
our daughters: Mary Lois Miller of Butler, PA; Margaret Wray and her h
usband Edwin of Durham, NC; Ruth McGuire of St. Paul, Austria; and Kat
hryn Carmines of Mechanicsburg, PA, 15 grandchildren and 21 great gran
dchildren. He is predeceased in death by his wife Lois (Horton) Young
, his wife Martha (Barner Boyer) Young and his sister Mary Young Pars
. A Celebration of Life will be held 1:00 p.m., Thursday, December 29
, at the Bethany Village Community Room. Contributions in his memory c
an be made to Albright College JOY Endowment Scholarship Fund, Thirtee
th and Bern Streets, P.O. Box 15234, Reading, PA 19612 or to Bethan
y Care Assurance Endowment Fund, 325 Wesley Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 1
7055. www.pennlive.com/obits

Published in Patriot-News on December 23, 2011
 
YOUNG, Carl E. (I18635)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. FURST, J.D.". (I1954)
 
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Sherman Francisco
FRANCISCO SHERMAN GOWDY FRANCISCO (Age 75) An electrical engineer wh
o helped pioneer the GPS system, died
at his home in Rockville, MD of a massive heart attack on January 7, 2
009. Mr. Francisco began his professional career with
IBM in 1955, working in the newly formed Federal Systems Division. Whi
le employed by IBM, he obtained patents relating to
analog to digital conversion. As a senior technical staff member, Mr
. Francisco was head of the Control Segment of the GPS
development program. He was a contributing author to the definitive bo
ok on the GPS System, Global Positioning System:
Theory and Applications, Vol. 1, ed by Bradford W. Parkinson and Jame
s J. Spilker Jr., [1994 American Institute of
Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.]. Mr. Francisco was a member of th
e first class in the prestigious IBM Academy and was
an IBM FSD Fellow. He received many citations and awards from IBM/Lora
l/Lockheed over the years, including IBMs
Outstanding Technical Achievement award for his contributions to the d
esign, development and fielding of the initial GPS
control segment. He received the Collier Award for IBM in recognitio
of the GPS system as the most significant develop-
ment in safe and efficient navigation in 50 years. The technical commu
ity of IBM/Loral/Lockheed Martin created The
Francisco Award to honor him for his outstanding achievements and cont
ibutions to the GPS Project. Dating from the 1950s,
Mr. Francisco was an accomplished private pilot with IFR, Seaplane, Gl
ider, Multi-Engine and Commercial ratings. He
volunteered many flying hours and administrative time to Aircraft Owne
s and Pilots Association (AOPA) for the Aviation
Safety Foundation. Before 4-wheel drive vehicles were popular, he volu
teered to transport doctors and nurses to and from
hospitals in snowstorms. In recent years he had volunteered as Santa C
laus on several occasions. Mr. Francisco was born in
Wellsville, New York, on February 2, 1933, and grew up in Smethport, P
ennsylvania near Bradford, where he attended the
Smethport Schools. He graduated from Smethport High School in 1951. Hi
s father, Mr. Sherman V. Francisco, was a
prominent educator who served as Superintendant of Schools in Smethpor
t. His mother, Rhea Brungard Francisco, taught
Remedial Reading. Mr. Francisco received a B.S. degree from Penn Stat
e in 1955, an M.S. from Stanford in 1960, and the
equivalent of doctorate in Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. in 1964
. His thesis was titled A Terrain Proximity Flight Controller
Utilizing Characteristic-Coordinate Transformations. He was a member o
f Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. Mr.
Francisco lived in Montgomery County from 1966 to the time of his deat
h. He is survived by Lizbeth K. Francisco, his wife of
44 years. A memorial service to honor and celebrate the life of Mr. Fr
ancisco will take place on Tuesday, January 27, at 3
p.m. at the Glenview Mansion (Rockville Civic Center), 603 Edmonston D
ive at Old Baltimore Road, Rockville, MD.
Donations in his name may be made to Doctors Without Borders,www.docto
swithoutborders.org or 1-888-392-0392, or by
mail to P.O. Box 5030 Hagerstown MD 21

Washington Post, January 18, 2009
 
FRANCISCO, Sherman Gowdy (I2101)
 
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IRA NELSON BARNER
(1917~2005)

PEKIN ~ Ira Nelson Barner, 88, of 1520 El Camino Drive, died at 9:50 p
.m. Saturday, August 13, 2005 at Pekin Manor. He was formerly of 308 F
ayette Street in Pekin.

Born March 30, 1917 in Solona, PA to Nelson Ira and Ethel Ellen Buchan
an Barner, he married Ruth Elaine Griesser on January 1, 1938 in Pekin
. She died April 8, 2003 in Pekin. He was also preceded in death by hi
s parents, one son (John Barner in 1944), three granddaughters, and on
e brother (Albert H. Barner).

Surviving are two daughters, Addie (Kenneth) Fisher and Mary (Gerald
) Graber, both of Pekin; two sons, Albert Barner of Camp Point and Ir
a Barner of Topeka; seventeen grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; s
ixteen great-grandchildren; five step-great-grandchildren; and one sis
ter, Adeline (Joseph) Niemiec of Chicago.

He was a United States Navy veteran of World War II.

Mr. Barner worked as a custodian at Pekin Community High School for 3
0 years,
etiring in 1978.

He was a member of Pekin Bible Church and the Loyal Order of Moose Lod
ge #916 in Pekin.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting, golfing, and bowling.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at the Pr
eston-Hanley Funeral Home, Pekin Chapel, where visitation will be on
e hour before services. The Rev. Harold Pothoven will officiate. Buria
l will be in Glendale Memorial Gardens in Pekin.

Memorial contributions may be made to Pekin Bible Church, 2405 Court S
treet, Pekin, Illinois 61554.

Peking (Illinois) Daily Times

Friday, August 16, 2005
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Ira Barner

PEKIN - Ira Nelson Barner, 88, of 1520 El Camino Drive, died at 9:50 p
.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at Pekin Manor. He was formerly of 308 Fa
yette St.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Preston-Hanley Funera
l Home, Pekin Chapel. The Rev. Harold Pothoven will officiate. Buria
l will be in Glendale Memorial Gardens.

Family will receive friends one hour prior to services.

Memorial contributions may be made to Pekin Bible Church.

He was born March 30, 1917, in Solona, Penn., to Nelson Ira and Ethe
l Ellen Buchanan Barner. He married Ruth Elaine Griesser on Jan. 1, 19
38, in Pekin. She died April 8, 2003, in Pekin.

He was also preceded in death by one son, John Barner in 1944, three g
anddaughters and one brother.

Surviving are two daughters, Addie (Kenneth) Fisher and Mary (Gerald
) Graber, both of Pekin; two sons, Albert Barner of Camp Point and Ir
a Barner of Topeka; 17 grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; 16 great-
grandchildren; five stepgreat-grandchildren; and one sister, Adeline (
Joseph) Niemiec of Chicago.

Barner worked at Pekin Community High School for 30 years, retiring i
1978.

He was a United States Navy veteran of World War II.

He was a member of Pekin Bible Church.

He also was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 916.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting, golfing and bowling.
 
BARNER, Ira Nelson (I2579)
 
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Miller, Rhea P.

Rhea P. Miller March 23, 1918 - July 24, 2005 Rhea P. Miller, 87, of H
oward, formerly of Tylersville, died July 24, 2005 at the Susque Vie
w Home in Lock Haven. Born March 23, 1918 in Tylersville, she was th
e daughter of the late Charles and Linnie Mae Moyer Shreckengast. Mrs
. Miller graduated from Sugar Valley High School and was a homemaker
. She was a member of the United Church of Christ in Tylersville. Rhe
a was married to Richard T. Miller Sr, who preceded her in death in 19
80. Rhea is survived by three sons, Richard T. Miller Jr. of Tylersvil
le, Karl E. Miller Sr, of Grand Junction, CO, and Kenneth W. Miller o
f Howard; two sisters, Helen Lloyd of Lock Haven and Cuma Kerstetter o
f Tylersville; 16 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; and two great
-great grandchildren. In addition to her parents she was preceded in d
eath by a daughter, Elaine McClintic, who died in October of 2000; a b
other, James Shreckengast; a sister, Lena Nichols; and a step-brother
, Edward Slaterback. There will be no visitation. At 10 a.m. on Wednes
day, July 27, 2005 a private graveside service will be held at the Tyl
ersville Cemetery, with the Rev. Nancy Kuhns of the Tylersville Unite
d Church of Christ officiating. Memorials will be accepted to the Tyle
sville United Church of Christ through the funeral home. Funeral arra
gements are under the direction of the Yost-Gedon Funeral Home, 121 W
est Main Street, Lock Haven, Clinton Co, PA 17745.
Published in the Centre Daily Times on 7/26/2005.
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Lock Haven Exoress
7/26/2005

Rhea P. Miller
Rhea P. Miller, 87, of 146 Lisk St., Howard, formerly of Tylersville
, died July 24, 2005 at Susque View Home in Lock Haven.
She was born March 23, 1918 in Tylersville, a daughter of the late Cha
les and Linnie Mae Moyer Shreckengast.
She was married to Richard T. Miller Sr., who preceded her in death i
1980.
Rhea graduated from Sugar Valley High School and was a homemaker. Sh
e was a member of the United Church of Christ in Tylersville.
Survivors include three sons, Richard T. Miller Jr. of Tylersville; Ka
l E.Miller Sr. of Grand Junction, Colo, and Kenneth W. Miller of Howa
d; two sisters, Helen Lloyd of Lock Haven and Cuma Kerstetter of Tyle
sville; 16 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and two great-great-
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Elaine McClintic who died i
October of 2000; a brother, James Shreckengast ; a sister, Lena Nich
ols and a step-brother, Edward Slaterback.
Private graveside services will be held Wednesday, July 27, at 10 a.m
. at Tylersville Cemetery. Officiating will be Rev. Nancy Kuhns of Tyl
ersville United Methodist Church. There will be no visitation. Memoria
ls will be accepted to the Tylersville United Church of Christ throug
h the funeral home. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Yo
st-Gedon Funeral Home, 121 W. Main St., Lock Haven, Clinton Co, PA.
 
SHRECKENGAST, Rhea Pauline (I8333)
 
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Myrtle L. Barner
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Birth: 1905
PA
Death: Oct., 1997
Daytona Beach
Volusia County
Florida, USA

Daytona Beach News-Journal (FL) - October 16, 1997

Myrtle Sechrist Barner, 92, of Lantern Drive, a resident for 35 years
, died Tuesday at Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Barner, a homemaker, was born in Roaring Branch, Pa., and moved t
o this area from Williamsport, Pa. She was a member of the Messiah's L
utheran Church and the Order of Eastern Star, both of Williamsport. Sh
e enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Survivors include a daughter, Sandra Abraham, Daytona Beach; two grand
children; three great-grandchildren; and a caregiver, Rosemary Henley
, South Daytona. Baggett and Summers, Daytona Beach, is in charge.

Burial:
Daytona Memorial Park
Daytona Beach
Volusia County
Florida, USA

Created by: Robert Stanley Orrell
Record added: Apr 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68273393
 
SECHRIST, Myrtle I. (I2022)
 
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Kyle Monty Strouse, 14, of Centre Hall

Kyle Monty Strouse, 14, of Centre Hall, died Dec. 26, 2002, at Geising
er Medical Center, Danville, Mahoning Twp, Montour Co, PA in Danville.

Born Feb. 8, 1988, in Govenor, N.Y., he was a son of Douglas R. Strous
e, of Centre Hall, and Nevins Luscom Strouse.

He was a ninth-grade student at Penns Valley Area High School, where h
e played on the varsity soccer team, and was active in band, chorus, t
he drama club and the young life club.

He was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Centre Hall, where h
e was active in the youth group and served in a leadership position i
children's and youth activities, including Vacation Bible School. H
e served as an acolyte and as an assistant Sunday School teacher. He a
lso was active in the Logos program.

He began playing soccer at age 4 and also played Little League basebal
l. He especially enjoyed talking, playing practical jokes and drawing
. He also enjoyed fishing, playing computer games and playing the saxo
phone.

He was a member of the Centre Hall 4-H program, showing swine and goat
s at the Grange Fair. He was a member of the Centre County 4-H Goate
e Club and the Penns Valley 4-H Rams, where he was involved in Rocke
t Club, building rockets, and woodworking, having made a clock as on
e of his projects, and tie-dyeing activities.

He worked part-time during the Grange Fair at Luse's Market on the fai
grounds.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his paternal grandparent
s, Monty and Patricia Sharer Strouse, of Centre Hall, with whom he res
ided; his paternal great-grandmothers, F. Evelyn Sharer, of Centre Hal
l, and Jean Strouse, of Lamar; a half sister, Kacandra Dawn-Marie Stro
use, of State College; a brother, Kelly Ray Strouse, at home; an aun
t Sherri and her husband, Terry Corl; an uncle Kenneth and his wife, M
elissa Strouse; as well as several great aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Visitation will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at St. Luke's Luthera
Church, 301 N. PA Ave., Centre Hall.

The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, also at the chu
ch, with the Rev. Russell L. Sauerwein officiating.

Burial will be in the Reformed and Lutheran Cemetery, Centre Hall.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Mark D. Heintzelman Funera
l Service, 226 S. PA Ave., Centre Hall.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the youth grou
p at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 331, Centre Hall, Potter Twp
, Centre Co, PA 16828, or to the Penns Valley High School Young Life P
ogram, in care of Jill Geesey, 4545 Penns Valley Road, Spring Mills
, Gregg Twp, Centre Co, PA 16875.

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STROUSE, Monty Richard (I8512)
 
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Richard B. Barner

Birth: Mar. 27, 1932
Death: May 17, 1978

Inscription:
M SGT US ARMY
KOREA

Burial:
Sheffield Cemetery
Sheffield
Warren County
PA,

Created by: Thelma Kifer
Record added: Aug 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40940081

Added by: Thelma Kifer
 
BARNER, Richard Berdette (I18089)
 
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Stover, June E.

June E. Stover October 17, 1918 - September 18, 2004 June E. Stover, 8
5, of Nittany, went home to the Lord on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004, at t
he Mount Nittany Medical Centre, State College, Centre Co, PA Born Oct
. 17, 1918, in Oak Lane, Montgomery Co, she was a daughter of the lat
e F. Glenn and Mabel Tomb Rogers. She was preceded in death by her hus
band, Norman E. Stover, who passed away in May 1970. She was a graduat
e of Walker Twp High School in 1936. After graduation she entered th
e Lock Haven Teacher's College, graduating in 1938. Her first teachin
g job was at the Hublersburg Primary School in 1938-1939, where she ta
ught grades 1 through 5. In 1939-1940, she taught grades 1 through 8 a
t the Franklin School. She taught third grade in Ferguson Twp, Pine Gr
ove Mills, from 1940 to 1945. She operated Stover's Greenhouse in Nitt
any for more than 40 years. She enjoyed crocheting, music, playing th
e organ and the accordion, which she played in a family band for man
y years. She was a very avid Phillies fan and enjoyed spending time wi
th her family. June was a member of the St. Mark Lutheran Church in Sn
ydertown, where she had been the church organist and had been very act
ive in the Willing Workers Class. She is survived by three daughters
, Doris Stover, Martha McClain and her husband Irvin, and Linda Stover
, all of Nittany; three sons, Ron Stover and his wife, Penny, Carl Sto
ver and his wife, Patricia, all of Nittany, and Wayne Stover and his w
ife Patricia, of Montoursville; 16 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandch
ildren. She is also survived by two sisters, Marian Ream, of Boalsbur
g and Helen Miller, of Nittany. In addition to her parents and her hus
band, she was preceded in death by a brother, F. Glenn Rogers. Friend
s will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at W. Robert Neff Funera
l Home, 837 W. Main St., Howard. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. W
ednesday at St. Mark Lutheran Church, Howard, with her minister, the R
ev. Jean Horman, officiating. Burial will be in Hublersburg Cemetery
, @047. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St
. Mark Lutheran Church, 773 Snydertown Road, Howard, PA 16841.
Published in the Centre Daily Times on 9/20/2004.
 
ROGERS, June Elizabeth (I17704)
 
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From: melissa.barner@navy.mil
To: WABarner@aol.com
Sent: 2/19/2009 4:23:10 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: RE: Barner reunion

Helene,
Thank you for the quick response. My boyfriend, Mark, is also in the C
oast
Guard! He is now in the reserves and serves in Cape May, NJ. I am not
actually in the military, I am a civilian working for the military a
s a
logistician for the Marine Corps Harrier program. My Dad was in WWII a
d the
Korean War. I think he really wanted me to join, but I believe he wa
s happy
that I was still connected to the military in some way. He died befor
e I met
Mark, but I believe he had a part in us meeting! They are very much al
ike.
Anyway, I have been updating Ancestry.com as time permits. I do not ha
ve to
bring the pictures on a CD. I will be more than happy to bring photo a
lbums
instead. My niece is also doing a lot of research and we plan to visi
t the
various cemeteries around Jersey Shore/Williamsport/Loganton/Nippenos
e (the
Sugar Valley group) this summer to take pictures. I am looking forwar
d to
meeting every one. By the way, Mark works at Magarity Chevrolet in
Flourtown. We are going to take the next sunny day and walk around St.
Thomas's church. I love cemeteries and learning about the people and t
heir
history. That's what their there for, right? So, if Wayne in VA or you

husband would like me to do anything on this end, please let me know
. Mark
and I have a cabin in Waterville and go there a lot.
Thanks again,
Melissa

-----Original Message-----
From: WABarner@aol.com [mailto:WABarner@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 15:58
To: Barner, Melissa CIV
Subject: Barner reunion

Hi Melissa,

I will certainly add you to the mailing list. I assume that you alrea
dy
have a hard copy of the newsletter so I won't send another unless yo
u want
it. Let me know. You can also read it online at:

adam barner family reunion - Main Page eb/>

But, you probably already know that.

Glad that you and your family will be able to attend the reunion. W
e sure
do need more young people like you. I'm sure that you know that Wayn
e D.
Barner of Lovettsville, VA is the "official" keeper of the database
. If you
see any mistakes in your family line on the Barner website, be sure t
o let
him know. Also, my husband, Wayne A. Barner, keeps an "unofficial" da
tabase
and he checks the obits, wedding and engagements every day in the PA
ewspapers. He will probably be in touch also.

I see from you email address that you are in the Navy. We are a milit
ary
family. Wayne graduated from the Naval Academy and was in the Marin
e Corps
in Vietnam. Our oldest son, Charlie, retired after 21 years in the Ai

Force just three years ago. Our youngest son, Michael, is in the Coas
t
Guard and is stationed in Cleveland, OH right now. Our middle son, Ke
vin,
decided not to go into the military. He is a patent attorney and live
s in
Annapolis, MD. (so he's a big Navy fan after all)

Looking forward to meeting you in June. Bring your CD with pictures.
However, we can't always promise to have anything better than a lapto
p to
view them.

Regards,
Helene
 
BARNER, Melissa Jane (I18541)
 
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Published: Thu, Feb 14, 2002
Gene Heckman
A funeral for Gene Heckman, 68, of Canyon Creek, Mont., will be held a
t 2 p.m. Saturday in Retz Funeral Home, Helena, Mont.
The Rev. Jim Fiedler will officiate. Burial will be in Barners Cemeter
y, Liverpool, Perry Co, PA.

Mr. Heckman died Feb. 12, 2002, after a short illness.

Born Feb. 18, 1933, he resided in Canyon Creek. He was retired from th
e Air Force Special Forces. He was very active with the Brotherhood o
f Vietnam Veterans. He was a former resident of Vacaville.

Mr. Heckman is survived by his wife, Kathy Ann of Canyon Creek; sons
, Robert of Alameda and Eric; daughter, Kimberly.

A visitation will be held from noon to 8 p.m., Friday in The Retz Mort
uary in Montana.

Arrangements were handled by Vaca Hills Chapel.
 
HECKMAN, Emmett Eugene (I9487)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BARNER, R.A. II (I10355)
 
19


10/23/1902 - Jamestown Weekly (Jamestown, Stutsman Co, ND)
ewspaper -- Clara taken to asylum today
 
WREN, Clara Anna (I7211)
 
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10/24/2007
Bruce L. Barner October 19, 2007

Bruce L. Barner, 47, of Jenkins Twp passed away Friday morning at hi
s home after an illness.

Born in Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co, he was the son of LeRoy and the lat
e Marguerite Miller Barner. He graduated from Northern Senior High Sch
ool, Class of 1978.

Prior to his death, he was co-owner and driver for Barner Freight Inc.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Marguerite, in 1999.

He is survived by his daughter, Kristy Barner, Wilkes-Barre; son, Paul
, Jacksonville, Fla.; father, LeRoy Barner, Mechanicsburg; brother, Br
ian, New Cumberland; brother, Robert, Lewisberry; sister, Lori Grassme
yer, Gettysburg.

Bruce served as the president of the Polish Air Force Amateur Radio R/
C Club, Wyoming, and loved to fly his model R/C planes and enjoyed spe
ding hours talking on his Amateur (HAMM) Radio. He was an active memb
er of the Jonestown Mountain Repeater Association.

He will be terribly missed by family and friends.

A memorial service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Graziano Funera
l Home Inc., Pittston Twp.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Jonestown Mountain Re
peater Association, P.O. Box 171, Plymouth, PA 18651.

©The Citizens Voice 2007
Wilkes Barre, PA
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Bruce L. Barner
Bruce L. Barner, 47, of Jenkins Twp, passed away, Friday morning, Octo
ber 19, 2007, at his home after an illness.
Born in Jersey Shore, Pa., he was a son of LeRoy and the late Margueri
te Miller Barner. He graduated from the Northern Senior High School, C
lass of 1978.
Prior to his death he was co-owner and driver for Barner Freight Incor
porated.
Bruce served as the president of the Polish Air Force Amateur Radio R/
C Club in Wyoming and loved to fly his model R/C planes and enjoyed sp
ending hours talking on his amateur (hamm) radio.
He was an active member in the Jonestown Mountain Repeater Association
.
He will be terribly missed by his family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Marguerite, who died in 1999.
He is survived by his daughter, Kristy Barner, of Wilkes-Barre; son, P
aul, of Jacksonville Fla.; father, LeRoy Barner, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.
; brother, Brian, of New Cumberland; brother, Robert, of Lewisberry, P
a.; sister, Lori Grassmeyer, of Gettysburg.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday from the Grazian
o Funeral Home Inc., 700 Twp Blvd., Pittston, Twp.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Jonestown Mountain Re
peater Association, P.O. Box 171, Plymouth, PA 18651.
Published in the Times Leader on 10/24/2007.
 
BARNER, Bruce LeRoy (I18402)
 
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1000280 From the "Lock Haven Express," Thursday, 4 April 1951:
Mill Hall - Clarence H. BARNER, 76, died suddenly at 4:10 p.m. yesterd
ay at his home after being
stricken while at work as a carpenter on the Earl STROUSE farm, Ceda
Run.
Mr. BARNER was working with his son, Mahlon H., Mill Hall contractor
, when he suddenly became
ill. He was taken home by his son but died shortly after.
A native of Bald Eagle Twp, he resided in Mill Hall for the past 23 ye
ars.
In addition to his son, he is survived by his wife, Matilda, four othe
sons and two daughters, Harrry
B., Howard RD; Foster A. Harrisburg; Leroy S., Mill Hall; and Floyd I.
, Rebersburg; Mrs. Fletcher Campbell,
Lock Haven, and Mrs. Kenneth LUCAS, Salona; 26 grandchildren and nin
e great grandchildren; also four
brothers and one sister, Irvin O., Boyd C., and G. Cleveland all of Mi
ll Hall; Clyde of Merser; and Mrs. Frank
DeLong, Lamar.
Funeral Announcement: Interment - 7 April 1951, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
, Rosecrans (PA)
 
BARNER, Clarence Hope (I5323)
 
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19 January 2010

Dennis G. Barner
BARNER Dennis G. Dennis G. Barner of Toledo, OH, died in his home on M
onday, January 11, 2010, at the age of 57 years. The son of Robert C
. and Joanne M. Stroehlein Barner and one of five siblings, he was a g
aduate of Rogers High School Class of 1971, enlisting in the U.S. Ai
Force in 1972 serving during the Viet Nam era until 1976 when he wa
s honorably discharged with the rank of Staff Sergeant. Enrollment fol
lowed at the University of Toledo where he obtained his associate degr
ee in computer technology. His employments included the Green Lines Co
mpany of Bowling Green, OH, where he worked in the over the road depar
tment followed by Express Bill and Payroll of Toledo, OH. He was a mem
ber of American Legion South Side Post #531. He also enjoyed professio
al sports, especially the National Football League. Surviving are sib
lings, Carol (Randall) King of Whitehouse, OH, Beverly A. (Lonny) Yate
s of St. Petersburg, FL, Randall L. (Karen) Barner of Plant City, FL a
d Kathleen M. Dartt of Columbia, MO; also nieces, Lauren E. King, Lin
dsay C. King, Samantha Yates, Rebecca Yates, Kimberly M. (Cliff) Dartt
-Selkoe and Patricia Dartt, and nephew, Dave Dartt. Friends may call T
uesday from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. in the Thomas I. Wisniewski Fune
al Home, 2426 North Reynolds Rd. (between Central and Bancroft) wher
e services will be held Wednesday, January 20, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.
http://www.funeraldigest.com/index.php
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A memorial service celebrating his life was held at Wisniewski & Wic
k Funeral Home, Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. After donating body part
s so that others could live, Dennis' body was cremated and his ashes a
e with his loving family
 
BARNER, Dennis Gene (I3062)
 
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2 midstate men face charges in Internet sex sting
Posted by pshellem April 02, 2009 15:02PM
The arrest of a Harrisburg man and six other men on charges they solic
ited sex from minors over the Internet brought the total of alleged pr
edators snagged by the Attorney General's Internet Child Predator Unit
s to more than 200.

After allegedly exposing himself on a Web camera to what he thought wa
s a 14-year-old girl, Robert A. Barner, 46, 569 Chesterfield Court, we
t to meet her at a store in Swatara Twp when he was arrested Wednesda
y, police said.

Submitted photoRobert A. Barner
Barner, who described himself as a "youth leader," is charged with unl
awful contact with a minor relating to involuntary deviate sexual inte
course and one count of unlawful contact with a minor relating to sta
tutory sexual assault.
Submitted photoCharles A. Giuliani
An Elizabethville man is charged with sending what he thought was a 14
-year-old girl photos of his penis, asking what she would do with it
. Charles A. Giuliani, 33, of the Harvestview Apartments, is facing ch
arges of unlawful use of a computer and unlawful contact with a minor.

Also arrested were Carlos R. Harrison, 35, of Chambersburg; Timothy E
. Weidinger, 31, of Greensburg; William L. Marcus, 46, of Mount Laurel
, N.J.; Timothy W. Senich, 61, of Pittsburgh; and Abraham Sarver, 22
, of Altoona.

The arrests bring the total number of people arrested by the unit to 2
03.

Categories: Breaking News, County: Dauphin, Courts, Crime, Technology
Comments
hbgfinest says...
Too bad they will be out in less then a year! That's how these cases a
lways work! This court system is such bs! I am so orry to the familie
s affected by this. May justice be served.

Posted on 04/02/09 at 7:39PM
marissyx3 says...
wow. really? that apology is as fake as the world we live in. you fee
l no remose at all.. this kind of thing effects a family and close fri
ends MUCH more than you can imagine so keep your opinions to yoursel
f because words can hurt a person just as much as actions. what thes
e people need are other people who are going to help them because obvi
ously they are sick. don't say anything until you put yourself in some
one else's shoes. Yeah what they did was wrong and cannot be justifie
d in ANY way..believe me, i am a teenaged girl myseld and i know tha
t living in a society where no women can walk down the streets at nigh
t and feel safe is sad..but its even worse that people like you who ar
e only critisizing can't even give a decent apology to the loved one
s effected by this. this world sucks and it's time someone does someth
ing about it..not only with crime but with the speech toward other. th
ink about what you say before you say it..EVERYTHING even "harmless" w
ords can destroy a person and no one understands that.

Posted on 04/02/09 at 9:39PM
hbgfinest says...
First of all, I expressed my sympathy for these families! Do you nee
d to read it again?
Second of all, all I said was how these judges are so worried about pu
tting drug dealers in jail for life and these poor families that are v
icitms of these horrible crimes have to deal with the fact that thes
e animals in society get a slap on the wrist! Did you see how that gu
y got 5 years PROBATION? NO jail time what so ever!!! That is what i
s wrong in this country! I just wish these law makers can put themselv
es in their shoes and understand that they are letting these animals o
ut so they can prey on another innocent victim again! I am deeply sorr
y for these victims of these crimes. And before YOU open YOUR mouth an
d say something about someone elses comment just remember that maybe t
hat person had gone through that same thing once in there life!!! Thin
k about it!

Posted on 04/02/09 at 10:27PM
hbgfinest says...
You obviously have some growing up to do!

Posted on 04/02/09 at 10:28PM
CDgrad117 says...
I think one thing we all lose sight of is how the victims in this ar
e not just the children they were involved with talking to but also th
eir families. We have to realize that for some of these men it's an ad
diction that has taken over and has left them full of shame and havin
g to find a way to explain to their families. These are sons with pare
ts, husbands with wives, and fathers with children. Yes some would sa
y throw them away into a cell and forget about them. But these men des
erve to find redemption and find a way out of there problems. They des
erve to be given a chance to fix their lives and mend the wounds in th
e relationships with their own families. Some of these men are the vic
tims themselves.

Posted on 04/03/09 at 10:06AM
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BARNER, Robert Arthur Jr. (I5074)
 
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Darlene A. Barner: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

New Castle News (PA) - Thursday, March 10, 2005

Deceased Name: Darlene A. Barner

Darlene A. Barner, 63, of Camp Point, Ill., died at 2:50 p.m. Tuesday
, March 8, 2005, in her home.
Born June 16, 1941, in New Castle, Mrs. Barner was a daughter of Kenne
th and Annabell Gallo Swogger.
She married Albert D. Barner on July 8, 1961, in New Middletown, OH. H
e survives.
Mrs. Barner worked as a seamstress in her home for many years and late
as a salesperson for J.C. Penney in Quincy, Ill.
She was a member of Camp Point United Methodist Church and was in char
ge of youth bowling in Camp Point for several years.
Mrs. Barner enjoyed being with her children and grandchildren, and bow
ling in couples leagues with her husband.
She was a graduate of Mohawk High School and attended the former New C
astle Business College and Thiel College.
Survivors, in addition to her husband, are her mother, Annabell Swogge
of Bessemer; four sons and two-daughter-in-laws, Kenneth A. Barner o
f Quincy, Jeffrey A. and Michael A. Barner of Point Mugu, Calif., an
d John M. and Renee L. Barner, and James A. Barner, all of Camp Point
; and six grandchildren, Kelsey S. Barner of Ona, W.Va., Jeffrey Barne
and Justin Barner, both of Point Muga, Riley Barner and Cora Barner
, both of Camp Point, and Kaylee M. Barner of Clayton, Ill.
Mrs. Barner was preceded in death by her father, Kenneth Swogger; mate
al grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dom Gallo; and paternal grandparents
, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Swogger.
Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 12, 2005
, at Camp Point United Methodist Church by the Rev. Jeff Rasche. Buria
l will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Camp Point.
Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrow and 9 a.m. until the 10 a
.m. service Saturday at Camp Point United Methodist Church.
Memorial contributions may be made to Camp Point United Methodist Chur
ch.
Lummis-Hamilton Funeral Home of Camp Point is in charge of arrangement
s.
Page: A5
Copyright (c) 2005, New Castle News
 
SWOGGER, Darlene A. (I2547)
 
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The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie
down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters. He
estoreth my soul; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for
his name's sake.

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will
fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort
me; Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies;
Thou anointest my head with oil, my cup runneth over.

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life;
and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

In Memory Of
W. BRUCE BARNER
Newport, RD 1, Pa.
(formerly Liverpool, Perry Co, PA.
 
BARNER, Wilson Bruce (I224)
 
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Charles E. Barner, 81, of 13 Oldt Road, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2003
, at the Williamsport Home, following a lengthy illness. He and his wi
fe, the former Loretta J. Keeler, were married for over 50 years.
Charles was in the U.S. Navy for four years and retired from the U.S
. Army. He served during WW II and the Korean wars. Following his mili
tary service he retired in 1992 from the former Lutheran Brotherhood a
fter 16 years. He was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Rauchtown
, a 32nd degree mason and a 50-year member of Labelle Vallee Lodge 23
2 F. & A.M. Jersey Shore and the Williamsport Consistory. He was a mem
ber of the Jersey Shore Elks and enjoyed golfing, fishing and travelin
g.
Born July 29, 1922, in Oval, he was the son of Warren and Margaret Wen
tzel Barner.
Surviving besides his wife are daughters, Margaret Ann Camp of William
sport and Melissa J. Sanders of Hatfield; sisters, Ann Wright of Monto
ursville, Bertha Hawkins of South Williamsport and June Devine of Will
iamsport and four grandchildren.
Charles was predeceased by a brother, Dale and a sister, Linda Merkel.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, 3 p.m., at the church, at th
e corner of Middle Road and Route 880 with Rev. Dennis E. Crissman, of
ficiating. Interment will be at the Oval Cemetery. Visitation will b
e Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Knight-Confer's, 1914 Memorial Ave. A mas
onic service will be provided by Ivy Lodge #397 at 7:30 p.m.
The family will provide the flowers and suggests donations be made t
o the church, 3242 Middle Road, Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co, PA 17740.
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= ===========
Williamsport Sun-Gazette
11/1/2003

Charles E. Barner Post Date: 10/2/2003

Charles E. Barner, 81, of 13 Oldt Road, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2003
, at the Williamsport Home, following a lengthy illness. He and his wi
fe, the former Loretta J. Keeler, were married for over 50 years.>Char
les was in the U.S. Navy for four years and retired from the U.S. Army
. He served during WW II and the Korean wars. Following his military s
ervice he retired in 1992 from the former Lutheran Brotherhood after 1
6 years. He was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Rauchtown, a 32
d degree mason and a 50-year member of Labelle Vallee Lodge 232 F
. & A.M. Jersey Shore and the Williamsport Consistory. He was a membe
of the Jersey Shore Elks and enjoyed golfing, fishing and traveling.
Born July 29, 1922, in Oval, he was the son of Warren and Margaret Wen
tzel Barner.
Surviving besides his wife are daughters, Margaret Ann Camp of William
sport and Melissa J. Sanders of Hatfield; sisters, Ann Wright of Monto
ursville, Bertha Hawkins of South Williamsport and June Devine of Will
iamsport and four grandchildren.
Charles was predeceased by a brother, Dale and a sister, Linda Merkel.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, 3 p.m., at the church, at th
e corner of Middle Road and Route 880 with Rev. Dennis E. Crissman, of
ficiating. Interment will be at the Oval Cemetery. Visitation will b
e Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Knight-Confers, 1914 Memorial Ave. A maso
ic service will be provided by Ivy Lodge #397 at 7:30 p.m.
The family will provide the flowers and suggests donations be made t
o the church, 3242 Middle Road, Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co, PA 17740.
 
BARNER, Charles Ernest (I18548)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DONLEY, F.M. (I10294)
 
28


A Sewiska S. Barner is listed as a "brakeman" at 1915 N. 7th St. in t
he Harrisburg, PA directories of 1887-1890. -- Bould this possibly b
e th same person ???
==========================
Also known as Sewiska, or S.S. Barner the Hermit
 
BARNER, Souvisca Souvria (I11257)
 
29


A write-up of Belle's 100th birthday party appears in June 1985 Barne
Family Newspaper.
 
BARNER, Isabelle "Belle" (I11202)
 
30


A. Pauline Barner | Visit Guest Book

A. Pauline Barner, 95 years of Millerstown, entered into eternal res
t on Sunday, November 28, 2010, at her residence.
She was the wife of the late Albert L. barner, who preceded her on Jun
e 16, 1986. Pauline was born on March 10, 1915 in Oriental, Juniata Co
, the daughter of the late Calvin E. and Villa Mae (Frymoyer) Goodling
.
She had worked on the family dairy farm. Pauline was a member of the S
t. John (Barner's) Lutheran Church, Liverpool and the Liverpool Volunt
eer Fire Company. She was the former member of the Ladies Aide at he
church. Pauling enjoyed embroidering, fishing and cooking.
She is survived by her three daughters; Shirley J. Barner, and June L
. Barner at home, and Carol M. Hoffman and her husband Lawrence N. o
f Richfield, a granddaughter Karen "Suzy" Stahr and her husband Wade D
. of McAlisterville, a great grandson Nicholas A. Stahr; a sister Id
a Seig of Etters, two brothers; Allen Goodling and his wife Katy of Mt
. Pleasant Mills, and Mervin Goodling and his wife Geraldine of Miffli
town, nieces and nephews and a sister-in-law Blanche Goodling of Mt
. Pleasant Mills. Pauline was preceded by a daughter Geraldine Barne
at birth, and two brothers; Lee Goodling, while serving our countr
y during World War II, and Ernest Goodling.
Friends and family are invited to the viewing on Thursday, December 2
, 2010 from 7:00-9:00 P.M., at the George P. Garman Funeral Homaes, In
c., 606 N. Front St., Liverpool. The funeral service will be at 11:0
0 A.M., Friday, December 3, 2010, with a viewing from 10:00 A.M., unti
l the time of the service at St. John (Barner's) Lutheran Church, 5 Ba
er Road, Liverpool. Officiating will be her pastor, Rev. Peter Kuebl
er. Burial will be made in the adjoining church cemetery. In lieu of f
lowers, memorial gifts may be made in loving memory of Pauline to St
. John (Barner's) Lutheran Church, 5 Barner Road, Liverpool, Perry Co
, PA 17045. www.pennlive.com/obits

Published in Patriot-News on December 1, 2010
 
GOODLING, Alma Pauline (I9925)
 
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Abel A. Wilt, age 74, of McClure, PA,
died at 2:07 am, Thursday, April 29,
2010, at Hershey Medical Center. Born
April 27, 1936 in Yeagertown, he was a
son of the late Lee D. and Kathryn
(Grenoble) Wilt. He was an auto assembler
for General Motors Corp., Wilmington,
DE, retiring in 1978. He was a member
of Lewistown Gospel Chapel. He enjoyed
spending time with his family and
especially his grandchildren. His wife,
Nancy L. (Cavanaugh) Wilt, whom he
married July 4, 1957, survives. Also surviving
are children, Ricky L. Wilt and
wife Rachel of Middletown, DE and
Terry A. Wilt and wife Norma of Newark,
DE; brothers and sister, Jeremiah
Wilt and wife Ann of Harrisburg, PA,
Joseph Wilt and wife Deborah of Lewistown,
PA, Barbara Deamer and husband
Roy of Florida and David Wilt and wife
Connie of McClure, PA; six grandchildren
and a great-grandson. He was preceded
preceded
in death by 5 brothers and 4 sisters.
His funeral service will be held at 11 am,
Monday, May 3, at Heller Hoenstine
Woodlawn Funeral Home, Lewistown with
his sons, Rick and Terry officiating. Interment
will be in Wilt Cemetery,.
=============================
Abel A. Wilt

Age 74, of McClure, PA, died at 2:07 am, Thursday, April 29, 2010, a
t Hershey Medical Center.

Born April 27, 1936 in Yeagertown, he was a son of the late Lee D. an
d Kathryn (Grenoble) Wilt. He was an auto assembler for General Motor
s Corp., Wilmington, DE, retiring in 1978. He was a member of Lewistow
Gospel Chapel. He enjoyed spending time with his family and especial
ly his grandchildren.

His wife, Nancy L. (Cavanaugh) Wilt, whom he married July 4, 1957, sur
vives. Also surviving are children, Ricky L. Wilt and wife Rachel of M
iddletown, DE and Terry A. Wilt and wife Norma of Newark, DE; brother
s and sister, Jeremiah Wilt and wife Ann of Harrisburg, PA, Joseph Wil
t and wife Deborah of Lewistown, PA, Barbara Deamer and husband Roy o
f Florida and David Wilt and wife Connie of McClure, PA; grandchildren
, Andrew, Bryan, Stacey, Matthew, Lauren and Jennifer and a great-gran
dson, Caleb. He was preceded in death by 5 brothers and 4 sisters.

His funeral service will be held at 11 am, Monday, May 3, at HELLER HO
ENSTINE WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 200 N. Main St., Lewistown with his son
s, Rick and Terry officiating. Interment will be in Wilt Cemetery, McC
lure. Family will receive friends from 10 am Monday until time of serv
ice at the funeral home.

Published in The News Journal on Apr. 30, 2010
 
WILT, Able Adam (I1546)
 
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN BARNER

ABRAHAM LINCOLN BARNER. Some of the most substantial people of Kansa
s today, well able to ride about over the improved highways in their a
utomobiles, came into the state in the early days with the slow and te
dious method of the prairie schooner or the mover's wagon. Such an emi
grant party arrived in Sumner County in 1873. They had come overland f
om Central Illinois, being twenty-six days en route. Three wagons com
prised the train, and the driver of one of those wagons, then thirtee
years of age, was Abraham Lincoln Barner, who is now living retire
d at Belle Plaine in Summer Co, and for years has been prominently kno
wn as a farmer, stockman, land owner, banker and closely identified wi
th many of the business and civic affairs of his home section.

The head of the family at that time was his father, Michael Barner. Mi
chael Barner had come out to Summer County in the spring of 1873, wit
h two other men, and they bought three-quarter sections, two for $80
0 each and another for $850. One of these quarters had an unfinished h
ouse on it, but one of the familiar Kansas winds of that day soon ble
w it away. When Michael Barner brought his family out he bought 160 ac
es near one of the three quarter sections previously mentioned, payin
g $1,000 for it. Its chief improvement was a log cabin, and that old b
uilding is still standing there. Michael Barner during the following y
ears became one of Summer County's most valued citizens. At the time o
f his death he owned 960 acres of land, and had devoted it to genera
l farming and the raising of cattle and hogs. He was naturally a leade
in the community, and was greatly admired for his straight-forward
, honest, God-fearing virtues and his devotion to his family. Michae
l Barner was born in PA and married Martha Ann Moan, a native of OH. M
ichael had been left an orphan at the age of nine years, and up to fif
teen made his home with an older brother. Despite early handicaps he w
as in no way deficient in energy and ambition to make the most of hi
s opportunities, and on leaving home he went out to Illinois and afte
working hard for several years he bought eighty acres in the heavy w
oods not far from Springfield, Sangamon County. He paid $10 an acre fo
this land. The timber he removed by cutting into cord wood and selli
g it, and he also grubbed up the stumps and gradually got his land cl
eared for cultivation. He was an indefatigable worker, and by sheer de
termination won a substantial success. Though his school advantages ha
d been very meager, he acquired a good education by teaching himself
. When he married he had only $75 in capital, but he and his wife prov
ed excellent team mates and by much self denial in the early days mad
e a home and provided for their growing children. Michael Barner, real
izing what he had been denied in his youth, was more than eager to giv
e his children the best of educational equipment. In politics he wa
s a republican, but later became allied with the populist party, and a
ltogether was little of a politician, his only public serving being o
the school board. While living in Illinois he had been able to incre
ase his first farm by an addition of forty acres, and was prospering t
here, but it was his desire to expand and give his children a start wh
ich prompted him to trade his forty acres of Illinois land for 160 acr
es in Summer County.

The birthplace of Abraham Lincoln Barner was a log cabin on the littl
e farm in Sangamon Co, Illinois, where he first saw the light of day A
ugust 8, 1860. He was the third in a family of ten children, seven o
f whom are still living. He attended school in Illinois, and afterwar
d had the advantages of a log-cabin temple of learning in Summer Co, K
ansas, and for one year was in the high school at Oxford.

He lived at home and did his part in the work on the farm until his ma
iage on December 21, 1882, to Miss Laura A. Cox. Her parents came t
o Summer County in 1877. Mr. and Mrs. Barner are the parents of five c
hildren, one of whom died in infancy. Ray J. lives on his own farm; Fl
orence is the wife of F. W. Scott, a farmer; Ethel is Mrs. Roy Carrout
hers of Sumner County; and Bert lives on the home farm.

When Mr. Barner was twenty-one years of age his father gave him a tea
m of horses and allowed him his board free for one year. That was hi
s start in life. He rented one of his father's farms, and though he wa
s thus fairly well capitalized he had by no means an easy time of it f
or the first fifteen years. He encountered successions of droughts, ot
her plagues incidental to Kansas farming in the early days, and it wa
s only by the closest kind of co-operation between himself and his fai
thful wife and by going without the luxuries that he finally arrived a
t a comfortable degree of material prosperity. Eventually he bought 12
0 acres, but in 1893 sold it and raced into Oklahoma at the opening o
f the Cherokee strip in the fall of that year. He did not locate in Ok
lahoma, and returning to Kansas paid $5,000 for 160 acres of land. The
e he began his farming career in earnest, and gradually his prosperit
y enabled him to make other purchases until his ownership now extend
s over 800 acres of the fertile lands of Summer County. This land is h
ighly developed and improved, and he has done much as a stock raiser
, keeping both horses and cattle. His favorite brand of cattle is th
e Short-Horn.

It was only recently, in 19l6, that Mr. Barner retired from the farm a
d moved to his town house in Belle Plaine. He is president of the Cit
izens State Bank of Belle Plaine, having held that office since 1908
. This is now the largest bank in the city. He was one of the organize
s of the Mutual Farmers Elevator at Palestine being president of th
e company there, and has given his time and resources liberally for th
e promotion of every laudable undertaking in his community. He is a me
mber and president of the Fraternal Aid Society, and has served as cle
k of Palestine Twp and four years as county commissioner. In politic
s he is a democrat. He also owns some real estate in the cities of Wic
hita and Belle Plaine. Mrs. Barner is an active member of the Methodis
t Church and Sunday School.

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According to a book on PA Dutch settlers, the people from Germany ha
d to go to Rotterdam and Amsterdam, Holland to get on a boat to come t
o America. When asked their language the reply was "Deutsch" meanin
g "German." This was confused with the word "Dutch" so the name "PA D
utch" stuck. Many of them sailed from Germany down the Rhine River, pa
ssing through many custom houses. They were often detained and the tr
ip took several weeks. Then they were detained again in Rotterdam an
d Amsterdam. The boats were crowded, conditions very poor, food and w
ater scarce on the long trip to America.

Landed in Philadelphia, PA from Rotterdam on November 19, 1771. He im
migrated to New Fredom, York Co, PA.

Henry Ruhl and Michal Eirich of Frederic Ruhl, deceased, produced an a
ccount whereby there is a balance of seven hundred and eighty five dol
lars and eighty eight cents, which account the court does hereby confi
m.
1810 York, PA Court Hourse, Will Book # 13; page 206.
This same document lists Frederic Ruhl, his wife Catherine, their sons
, daughters, and spouses.

In Carrie Elizabeth WADSWORTH's notes she has "1783 - Room 221 at Harr
isburg and then the following names listed:
Henry Ruhl
John Ruhl (1739 in light pencil)
Frederic Ruhl (1738 in light pencil)
William Ruhl
In is not clear what the relationship of the above men was.
 
RUHL, Frederick (I19256)
 
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Adam departed Sugar Valley environs in the 1830's and was situated fo
awhile in Perry Co, OH (Clayton Twp), and then moved on to Stark Cou
ty (1838) and then Mercer Co, OH (1853) After this we lose track of A
dam, the elder of two grandsons of the original PA Pioneer who were na
med "Adam" after their grandfather.
 
BARNER, Adam (I16698)
 
35


Adopted by Darrell and Patricia Barner Fiedler
Robert was son of Virginia BarnerSon of Virginia Barner - sister of Pa
tricia, who adopted Robert
 
FIEDLER, Robert Barner (I3280)
 
36


Adopted Ruth's 3 daughters from first marriage.
 
CONNETT, James (I6971)
 
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Bonnie Kay Ulsh Crump
Birth 4 Apr 1950
Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 3 Jan 2013 (aged 62)
Georgia, USA
Burial Cremated, Specifically: Location of ashes unknown.
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Bonnie Crump

Douglas County Sentinel (GA) - Saturday, January 5, 2013

Mrs. Bonnie Kay Crump, 62, of Douglasville, GA passed away Thursday, J
anuary 3, 2013.

Mrs. Crump was born in Harrisburg, PA on April 4, 1950, the daughter o
f Jack Ulsh and the late Thelma Linsey Ulsh. She worked as manager o
f Ryan's Steakhouse for 23 years and was of the Lutheran faith.

Survivors include her husband, LeRoy Crump, daughter, Melissa Crump o
f Douglasville, GA, sons, Jeremy (Lensi) Crump of Dallas, GA, Brad (He
ather) Crump of Villa Rica, GA, 6 grandchildren, father, Jack Ulsh o
f Middletown, PA, brothers, Barry Ulsh of Clarksville, TN, and Brian U
lsh of Harrisburg, PA.

Funeral services will be Monday, January 7 at 2 p.m. from the chapel o
f Almon Funeral Home with Rev. Danny McGouirk and Rev. Kenny Teal offi
ciating.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday from 1
2 noon until the funeral hour.

Following the service, Mrs. Crump's body will be cremated.

Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at www.almonfuneralh
ome.com.

Almon Funeral Home of Carrollton in charge of arrangements.
 
ULSH, Bonnie Kay (I9708)
 
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Herman W. Barner, Sr
Birth 28 Feb 1927
Richfield, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 18 Aug 1999 (aged 72)
Lewistown, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Lind Memorial Cemetery
Lewistown, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID 29992136 · View Source

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HERMAN W. BARNER SR.
Herman W. Barner Sr., 72, of Lewistown, died at 11:42 a.m. Wednesday
, August 18, 1999, at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill.
Born February 28, 1927, in Richfield, he was a son of the late Elmer N
. and Blanche L. [Basom] Barner. His wife, Olive I. [Eberts] Barner, d
ied in 1989.
Surviving are a companion, Thelma M. Yocum, Lewistown; children, Mrs
. James (Connie) Brannon, Lewistown, Herman W. Barner Jr., Marysville
, Ronald E. Barner, New Bloomfield, Nancy A. Coleman, Lewistown, and M
s. William [Louann] Beers Jr., Lewistown; sisters and brothers, Grac
e Fogle, Lewisburg, Mary Weider, Landisville, Rev. Charles W. Barner
, Lewistown, and Palmer Barner, Enola; 10 grandchildren; nine great-gr
andchildren; three step-grandchildren; and one step-great-grandson.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Sharon Barner, in 1967; thre
e brothers, Victor Barner, Robert Barner and Malvern Barner; and two s
isters, Alameda Aumiller and Bertha Book.
He was a United States Army veteran of World War II.
He was a retired conductor of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
He was Methodist by faith and a member of Lewistown Moose Lodge 143 an
d VFW Post 7011.
Services were held Saturday at Heller-Hoenstine Woodlawn Funeral Home
. Lewistown, with Rev. Charles W. Barner officiating. Interment was i
Lind Memorial Cemetery.

Published in the Perry County Times, August 25, 1999

====================================================================
Herman was a member of Lewistown Moose Lodge No. 143 and VFW Post 701
1

Herman W. Barner Sr.
LEWISTOWN - Herman W. Barner Sr., 72, of 3 Knepp Ave., Lewistown, die
d at 11:42 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18, 1999, at Holy Spirit Hospital in C
amp Hill.

Born Feb. 28, 1927, in Richfield, he was a son of the late Elmer N. an
d Blanche L. (Basom) Barner. His wife, Olive I. (Eberts) Barner, die
d in 1989.

Surviving are: a companion, Thelma M. Yocum, 3 Knepp Ave., Lewistown
; children, Mrs. James (Connie) Brannon, 726 W. Sixth St., Lewistown
, Herman W. Barner Jr., Marysville, Ronald E. Barner, New Bloomfield
, Nancy A. Coleman, Lewistown, and Mrs. William (Louann) Beers Jr., Fi
fth Street, Lewistown; sisters and brothers, Grace Fogle, Lewisburg, M
ary Weider, Landisville, Rev. Charles W. Barner, Loop Road, Lewistown
, and Palmer Barner, Enola; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren
; three step-grandchildren; and one step-great-grandson.

He was preceded in death by a daughter, Sharon Barner, in 1967; thre
e brothers, Victor Barner, Robert Barner and Malvern Barner; and two s
isters, Almeda Aumiller and Bertha Book.

He was a United States Army veteran of World War II.

He was a retired conductor of the PA Railroad.

He was Methodist by faith and a member of Lewistown Moose Lodge No. 14
3 and VFW Post 7011.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Heller-Hoenstine Woodlaw
Funeral Home, 200 N. Main St., Lewistown, with the Rev. Charles W. B
arner officiating. Interment will be in Lind Memorial Cemetery.

There will be no public viewing, but family will receive friends 7-9 p
.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice.
 
BARNER, Herman Wayne Sr. (I12455)
 
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Malvern John “Slim” Barner
Birth 28 Mar 1921
McAlisterville, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 24 Feb 1999 (aged 77)
Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Cedar Grove Cemetery
Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
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Husband of Arlene L. Swartz Barner who he married July 17, 1942.

Father of John M. Barner, of Beavertown, Donald Dillman, of Thompsonto
wn, Lester E. Barner, of Lewistown, Blanche Riden and husband, Mike, o
f Lewistown and Maxine A. Zook and husband, Leonard, of Millerstown; V
onnie May Ridley and Ronald J. Barner.

CPL US Army World War II

Information from the obituary of his wife and the Locate Grave website
.

Malvern John Barner was born on Monday, 28 March 1921 at McAllistervil
le, Fayette Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania. He was the son o
f Elmer Newton Barner and Blanche Ludella Basom. His nickname was Slim
. Malvern married, at the age of 21 Arlene Lottie Swartz on Friday, 1
7 July 1942. He died on Wednesday, 24 February 1999 at the age of 77 y
ears, 10 months and 27 days at Ohesson Manor, Lewistown, South Derry T
ownship, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. He was buried at Cedar Grove Ce
metery, Mifflintown, Fermanagh Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania.

Information from Adam Barner Family Reunion History Committee at http:
//www.adambarner.org/bfrweb/p3336.htm.
 
BARNER, Malvern John (Slim) (I12564)
 
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Pearl L. Barner Lehman
Birth 21 Jul 1923
Lamar, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 28 Feb 2018 (aged 94)
Northumberland, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Riverview Cemetery
Northumberland, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA
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Pearl L. Lehman, 94, of Northumberland, formerly of Hilbish Heights, l
ater Oak Park and at the Lewis Building, passed away on Wednesday, Feb
. 28, 2018, at Nottingham Village, Northumberland, where she had bee
a resident.
She was born July 21, 1923, in Lamar, a daughter of the late Grover Cl
evland and Nancy Elizabeth Barner. On Aug. 5, 1944, she married Reed F
. Lehman who preceded her in death on April 21, 2003.
Pearl attended Mill Hall High School.
She was a fly tier for the Pequea Fish Hook Factory in Loganton and la
ter became a manager for W.T. Grants, Sunbury.
She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Northumberland wh
ere she used her knitting talents for the Guidepost Project, Knit fo
Kids.
Along with her passion for knitting, Pearl also enjoyed playing bing
o and working on puzzles.
She is survived by her son, Robert L. Lehman of Sunbury; three grandso
s, Chad Lehman and wife Nicole of Virginia, Justin Lehman of Duncanno
, and Brock Lehman and wife Beth of Sunbury; four great-grandchildren
, Cameron, Alexander, Addison and Jackson; and one brother and sister-
in-law, Jimmy H. and Sandra Barner of Mill Hall.
In addition to her parents and husband of 58 years, she was preceded i
death by one daughter, Jeanne M. Karchner; two sisters, Betty Haffle
y and Marie Rogers; and four brothers, Clifford, Raymond, Grover and G
ordon Barner.
Friends and family may call from 6 to 7:45 p.m. Monday where a servic
e of the Eastern Star will follow at 7:45, and from 10 to 11 a.m. Tues
day, followed by the funeral at 11, at the Joseph W. Epler Funeral Hom
e, 210 King St., Northumberland, with Pastor Leslie Halchak officiatin
g.
Burial will follow in Riverview Cemetery, Northumberland.
Contributions in Pearl's memory may be made to the American Cancer Soc
iety, 1948 E. Third St., Williamsport, PA 17701.
Published on March 1, 2018
 
BARNER, Pearl Leone (I15448)
 
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Albert H. Campbell Jr.
POSTED: July 1, 2008
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Albert H. Campbell Jr.

Albert H. Campbell Jr., 82, formerly of Reservoir Road, Muncy, and cur
ently a resident at Elmcroft, Montoursville, died Sunday, June 29, 20
08, at the Gatehouse in Williamsport.

Born May 10, 1926, in Monaca, Beaver Co, he was one of 14 children bor
to the late Albert H. Sr. and Alice (Hammerstein) Campbell.

On October 28, 1946, he married the former Claire M. Summer. Her deat
h on April 28, 1999, ended a 52-year marital union.

A U. S. Navy veteran of World War II, he served on a sub chaser in th
e North Atlantic.

Al's first civilian job was with the former Spencer Heater Foundry i
Williamsport. From there he went to work for the former Thomas Boyl
e Bottling Co, Williamsport, and later worked for Stroehmann's Baker
y as a salesman for 32 years, retiring in December 1987.

His woodworking talents were greatly admired, and Al lovingly hand mad
e several gun racks, grandfather clocks and cabinets. Together he an
d his wife tended their vegetable garden and canned their produce. H
e enjoyed traveling and dancing, and possessed a marvelous sense of hu
mor. Al could tell a good story, and did a good job of keeping the nur
ses in stitches. He was also a dedicated Pittsburgh Steeler fan.

Al was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Muncy.

Surviving are one son and daughter-in-law, Russell E. and Linda Campbe
ll of Muncy; three sisters, Patricia Davenport and twins Joyce and Jac
queline Campbell, all of Williamsport; five brothers, Allen Campbell o
f Johnstown, Louis Campbell of Buffalo, N.Y., Charles Campbell of Flor
ida, Franklin Campbell of OH and Paul Campbell of Selinsgrove; four gr
andchildren, Elizabeth McKenna, Brian Preston-Campbell, Victoria Killo
an and Benjamin Williams; and six great-grandchildren, Nathan, Ryan a
d Colin McKenna, Ian and Caleb Preston-Campbell and Lia Killoran.

He was predeceased by three sisters, Alberta Gibbs, Esther Lusk and Sh
irley Wagner; and two brothers, Richard and Russell Campbell.

The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 2, at Grenob
le's, 121 S. Main St., Muncy. Officiating will be his pastor, the Rev
. Michael R. Gardy. Burial with full military honors will be in Twin H
ills Memorial Park, &031 Muncy.

Friends will be received at the funeral home on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.
m. and again on Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m.

The family welcomes flowers; however, if desired, contributions in Al'
s memory may be made to the Gatehouse, 1001 Grampian Boulevard, Willia
msport, PA 17701.

www.grenoblefuneralhome.com
 
CAMPBELL, Albert H. Jr. (I16514)
 
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Allen B. Lupold

VETERAN

Allen B. Lupold, 90, of 153 Broad St., Montgomery, died Wednesday, Feb
. 21, 2007 in the Kramm Health Care Center, Watsontown.

He was born May 21, 1916, near Loganton, a son of the late Harvey an
d Carrie (Barner) Lupold. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, th
e former Martha A. Swartz.

Allen was employed for 20 years at the Bi-Lo Plumbing and Supply Compa
y, managing the Montgomery stores and later managing the Danville sto
e, where he retired. Earlier in his life, he drove truck for the form
er John Peters and Son Meat Packing plant in Williamsport.

He was a veteran of World War II, with the rank of Master Sergeant. H
e was on active duty prior to the start of World War II, and helped t
o organize and train the paratroopers. Allen also served in the Europe
an Theatre attached to the 13th Airborne Division.

He was a member of the Williamsport F&AM Lodge, Williamsport Consistor
y and a former member of the Montgomery Lions Club.

For many years he had enjoyed his cabin in Washington Twp, Lycoming Co
unty. As an outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting, hiking, riding three-whee
lers and vegetable gardening.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by one son and daughter-in-law
, Larry A. and Cynthia of Montgomery; two grandchildren, Angela Jo Ris
hel of Montoursville and Allison K. Begley of Niceville, Fla.; by fou
great grandchildren, Jena Deann Rishel, Dalton Jeffrey Rishel, Broc
k Alan Begley, Kaylin Renee Begley; two sisters, Mary Wolford and Gera
ldine Wolfe, both of Watsontown; brother, Russell Lupold of RR Allenwo
od.

He was predeceased by two sisters and five brothers.

Friends may call from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cronrath Funeral Ho
me, 308 Main St., Watsontown, where the funeral service will be conduc
ted at 10 a.m. with the Rev. D. Todd Baker, Elimsport Baptist Church
, officiating.

Burial will follow in Green Lawn Memorial Park, Montgomery.

Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Section: Posted: 2/23/2007
 
LUPOLD, Allen Barner (I14507)
 
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An Almeda Barner is listed as a "domestic" at 211 N. Front Street i
the Harrisburg, PA directories of 1887-1890. -- Is this the same Alm
eda ???
 
BARNER, Almeda Wendt (I11779)
 
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Anamary N. Cheesman

Anamary N. Cheesman, 75, of Port Charlotte, Fla., died Dec. 22, 1999
, at the Bon Secours-St. Joseph Hospital in Port Charlotte.

She was a 10-year resident of southeast Florida and a 10-year residen
t of Port Charlotte coming from Mantoe, N.C. She was born Dec. 30, 192
3, to Deemer Barner and Florence (Nihart) Barner, in Minnesota. She wa
s a homemaker and a member of Peace Lutheran Church in Port Charlotte
. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Family and friends may visit from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dec. 26 at Peac
e Lutheran Church, 21500 Gibraltar Drive, Port Charlotte. The funera
l service will be at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 26 at the church., with Pastor Edw
ard H. Struebing III officiating. Entombment will be at 11 a.m. Dec. 2
8 at the Charlotte Memorial Cemetery Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, a
t the request of the family, donations may be made to the charity of y
our choosing in Anamary's name.

North Port, FL Sun 12/25/1999
Charlott Sun Herald, FL 12/25/1999
 
NIHART, Anamary N. (I13605)
 
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and her ashes spread on the beach||per her request
 
MONK, Beverly Jane (I15287)
 
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Ann B. Wright

Mrs. Ann B. Wright, 91, of Frontz Lane, Allenwood, died Tuesday, Augus
t 10, 2010 at RiverWoods, Lewisburg.

Born April 17, 1919 in Oval, she was a daughter of the late Warren an
d Margaret (Wentzel) Barner. Her husband of 43 years, Lt. Col. Arthu
M. Wright, predeceased her in 1987.

Ann was a 1937 Graduate of Jersey Shore High School. She joined the Wo
man's Army Air Corps after the war. Ann also graduated from Jefferso
University in Philadelphia with a degree in Nursing. Most of her lif
e she worked as a private duty nurse in California and traveled with h
er husband in the military. However, during her career she also worke
d as an operating room and emergency room nurse at the University of C
alifornia.

Ann was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Jersey Shore.

A member of the Jersey Shore Garden Club, she had a passion for flowe
gardening and especially loved roses. Ann also enjoyed bird watching
, her cats, sewing and caring for her family and friends.

Surviving are a son; a grandson, Evan A. Wright of Watsontown and nume
ous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death b
y a daughter, Kathe Wright, two brothers, Charles and Dale Barner an
d three sisters, Bertha Hawkins, June Devine and Linda Merkle.

Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, August 15, 2010 at C
onrath-Grenoble Funeral Home, 308 Main St., Watsontown and from noo
to 1 p.m. Monday, August 16, 2010 at St. James Evangelical Luthera
Church, 3242 Middle Road, Jersey Shore. A funeral will be held a
t 1 p.m. at the church. Officiating will be her pastor, Pastor Kerry A
ucker. Burial will follow in the Oval Cemetery, Oval.

The family welcomes flowers, however if desired memorial contribution
s may be made to St. James Lutheran Church, 3242 Middle Rd., Jersey Sh
ore, PA 17740.

Expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cronrathgrenoblefuneralho
me.com.

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BARNER, Ann Kathryn "Kay" (I18568)
 
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Anna Mae Koch
POSTED: November 29, 2007
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Anna Mae Koch, 77, formerly of Jersey Shore passed away Tuesday, Novem
ber 27, 2007 in Warren General Hospital in Warren, Pa.

She was born October 10, 1930 in Jersey Shore, a daughter of John an
d Luva Moore Wagner.

Anna was the wife of the late Oliver J. Koch who passed in 1980.

She was a member of the Crossroads Community Church.

Anna was an avid camper and gardener.

She was a devoted mother, most of all she enjoyed and loved all of he
children and grandchildren.

Anna is survived by her children, Barry Koch of Houtzdale, Aleada (Ric
k) Merrifield of Lock Haven, Donna (Scott) Alexander of Cogan Station
, Marlene (Herb) Praster of S. Williamsport, Joyce (Mark) Wall of Jers
ey Shore, Rita Cybulski of Jamestown, NY, Brenda Koch of Lock Haven, E
leanor (Wayne) Taylor of Sugar Grove; fourteen grandchildren and fourt
een great grandchildren; a sister, Sara Hennessey and five brothers, H
arry, John, Rich, Charlie and Herb Wagner; also survived by many niece
s and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband Oliver J. Koch, mother, father, tw
o brothers, George and David Wagner, a sister Mary Trinidad and a grea
t granddaughter Alexis Wall.

Relatives and friends are invited to Anna’s Life Celebration service a
t Noon, Saturday, December 1, 2007 at the Rearick-Carpenter Funeral Ho
me, Ltd., “A Life Celebration Home” 1002 Allegheny St. with her pasto
Rev. John Phillips officiating. A visitation will be from 11 a.m. un
til noon. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family.

Family suggests memorial contributions in Anna’s memory can be made t
o the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital, 3705 5th Avenue, Pittsburgh, P
A 15213
 
WAGNER, Anna Mae (I17901)
 
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Anna R. Schreck
Anna R. Schreck, 89, of 5450 Furnace Road, Lewisburg for the past 56 y
ears, entered into rest at 8:25 p.m. Saturday, May 15, 2010, at Buffal
o Valley Lutheran Village, Lewisburg.
She was born Dec. 11, 1920, in Lewisburg, a daughter of the late Joh
M. and Katie (Wolfe) Reamer. On Dec. 25, 1938, in Kelly Twp with th
e Rev. R.L. Lundy performing the ceremony, she married James E. Schrec
k who preceded her in death on Dec. 16, 2002.
Anna was employed at Yorktowne Kitchens, Mifflinburg, for many years
. Earlier in life, she worked at Philco Ford, Watsontown, and Royal Im
prints, Lewisburg.
Anna enjoyed bowling, gardening, baking, and cooking for her family.
Surviving are four sons and daughters-in-law, Dean M. and Sandra L. Sc
hreck, of Sunbury, Paul M. and Diana A. Schreck, of Lewisburg, Carl E
. and Pauline F. Schreck, of Mifflinburg, and Steve R. and Magdaline E
. Schreck, of Mount Pleasant Mills; two daughters and sons-in-law, Jan
ette L. and Harold L. Diehl, of Montgomery, and Debra K. and Roger L
. Sauers, of Mifflinburg; four brothers and one sister-in-law, John Ne
lson and Carol Reamer, of Mifflinburg, Luther Reamer, of Millersburg
, Lee Reamer, of Aaronsburg, and Arthur Reamer, of Muncy; one sister a
d brother-in-law, Dorothy and George Richard Sr., of Penns Creek; 1
8 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandch
ildren.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Gerald G. and Robert Schreck; o
e daughter, Sandra Schreck; two brothers, Elwood and Francis Reamer
; and one sister, Charlotte Styers.
Friends and family are welcome from 10 to 11 a.m. Thurs., May 20, at t
he Roupp Funeral Home, Inc., 8594 Old Turnpike Road, Mifflinburg, wher
e the funeral will be conducted at 11, with the Rev. Michael Reece off
iciating.
Burial will be in the New Berlin Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Anna to the American H
eart Association, 1704 Warren Ave., Williamsport, PA 17701.

Mifflinburg Telegraph
5/20/2010
 
REAMER, Anna R. (I9073)
 
49


Annabelle L. Ohnmeiss
POSTED: February 10, 2008

Annabelle L. Ohnmeiss, 92, formerly of 498 Glade Run Road, Muncy, die
d Friday, February 8, 2008, at the Muncy Valley Hospital Skilled Nursi
g Unit, where she resided the past five years.

Born June 25, 1915, in Williamsport, she was a daughter of the late Cl
yde and Helen (Pepperman) Ohnmeiss.

Annabelle was a homemaker who also enjoyed the challenge of a good ji
g saw pu?le, producing a beautiful work of embroidery, and practicin
g her cursive penmanship.

She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Jerry L. and Judy Ohnm
eiss of Muncy; one brother and sister-in-law, Berdell and Toot Ohnmeis
s of Muncy; four sisters and one brother-in-law, Nina Houseknecht an
d Maxine and Earl Loudenslager, all of Williamsport; Vivian Heller o
f New York and Betty Bastian of Georgia; two granddaughters, Lois Char
les and Regena Koch; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death were one grandson, Jerry L. Ohnmeiss, Jr.; fou
brothers, Dan, Max, Charles and Stanley; and two sisters, Helen an
d an infant sister.

The funeral will be at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12, at Grenoble’
s, 121 S. Main St., Muncy. Officiating will be Pastor Max L. Walters
, Jr. of Lairdsville Faith Church. Burial will be in Montoursville Cem
etery.

Friends will be received at the funeral home prior to the service on T
uesday from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.

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Annabelle L. Ohnmeiss

Annabelle L. Ohnmeiss, 92, formerly of 498 Glade Run Road, Muncy, die
d Friday, February 8, 2008, at the Muncy Valley Hospital Skilled Nursi
g Unit, where she resided the past five years.

Born June 25, 1915, in Williamsport, she was a daughter of the late Cl
yde and Helen (Pepperman) Ohnmeiss.

Annabelle was a homemaker who also enjoyed the challenge of a good ji
g saw pu?le, producing a beautiful work of embroidery, and practicin
g her cursive penmanship.

She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Jerry L. and Judy Ohnm
eiss of Muncy; one brother and sister-in-law, Berdell and Toot Ohnmeis
s of Muncy; four sisters and one brother-in-law, Nina Houseknecht an
d Maxine and Earl Loudenslager, all of Williamsport; Vivian Heller o
f New York and Betty Bastian of Georgia; two granddaughters, Lois Char
les and Regena Koch; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death were one grandson, Jerry L. Ohnmeiss, Jr.; fou
brothers, Dan, Max, Charles and Stanley; and two sisters, Helen an
d an infant sister.

The funeral will be at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12, at Grenoble’
s, 121 S. Main St., Muncy. Officiating will be Pastor Max L. Walters
, Jr. of Lairdsville Faith Church. Burial will be in Montoursville Ce
metery.

Friends will be received at the funeral home prior to the service on T
uesday from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
 
OHNMEISS, Annabelle L. (I7426)
 
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Annmarie "Ann" Kramer | Visit Guest Book
Kramer
Annmarie "Ann" Kramer, 49, of West Hanover Twp., passed away on Sunday
, May 15, 2011 at home surrounded by her family and friends after a br
ief and brutal battle with cancer.
Born January 12, 1962 in Harrisburg, she was the daughter of the lat
e Melvin Kramer and Eleanor (Barner) Kramer currently of Harrisburg.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband of 23 years
, Paul Snizek; daughter, Cathy Henderson and husband Brian; three gran
dchildren, Mason, Taylor, and Cole; sister and best friend, Darlene Jo
hnson; brother, John Cirillo.
Ann was a graduate of Central Dauphin High School, Washington & Jeffer
son College and Lebanon Valley School of Nursing. She was recently emp
loyed as a clinical nurse supervisor at the Nye's Road Family Practic
e of the PennState Hershey Medical Center.
She loved training dogs and always had Chesapeake Bay Retrievers. Sh
e was past-president of the Obedience Training Club of Harrisburg, boa
d member and instructor at Dauphin Dog Training, an AKC evaluator fo
Canine Good Citizen, an evaluator for Therapy Dog International, an
d a founding member of Pennswood Therapy Dogs.
Ann was an avid knitter and cross stitcher, she was a veracious reade
always having two to three books going at any one time and was a for
mer reader for the Tri-County Association of the Blind. She loved he
vegetable garden and canning its bounty. She truly loved the Delawar
e seashore and had hoped to retire there someday.
As per her wishes, Ann was cremated. A time of visitation will be hel
d on Thursday evening, May 19th from 6:00 - 8:00PM in the Hoover Funer
al Home & Crematory, Inc., Linglestown.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Pinnacle Health Hospi
ce, 2645 North Third St., Suite 300, Harrisburg, PA 17110 or to Therap
y Dogs International, 88 Bartley Road, Flanders, NJ 07836.
Her time at home would not have been possible without the many lovin
g and caring friends who helped us care for her. Thank you all so much
.
Share condolences with the family at www.hooverfuneralhome.com
Due to Linglestown Road construction, the funeral home parking lot ca
be accessed from westbound Linglestown Road only or via Raspberry La
e, off of North Mountain Road, one block south of the Linglestown Squ
are.
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