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Shirley A. Wise - LancasterOnline

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Arment.She was a homemaker who enjoyed spending time with her family.In addition to her husband, she is survived by six children: Jeffrey married to Patricia Good, New Holland; Robert Good (Karen), Harrisburg; Kathi Matos (Steven), Ephrata; David S. Wise (Natalie), Robesonia; Michael Wise (Laura), Strasburg; Bridgett Ryan (Dennis), Gap; 20 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters: Pat Mummaw, Gordonville and Dawn Ressler, East Earl.She was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Richard Kurtz.Burial will be private at the convenience of the family. Kindly omit flowers. Donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. The Groff-High Funeral Home, New Holland is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be posted at www.groffeckenroth.com.

Baltimore mourns Cardinal Keeler, former archbishop - The Tidings

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Houston, president of the U.S. bishops' conference, also offered his “prayers of gratitude for Cardinal Keeler’s return to the Lord he so dearly loved,” in a statement. “As a priest, Bishop of Harrisburg, and Archbishop of Baltimore, the Cardinal worked to bring the hope of Christ to people’s lives. He also built bridges of solidarity to people of other faiths as a leader in ecumenism and interreligious affairs,” Cardinal DiNardo continued. “Cardinal Keeler was a dear friend. The most fitting tribute we can offer is to carry forward his episcopal motto in our daily lives: ‘Do the work of an evangelist.’”Cardinal Keeler was born in San Antonio, Texas March 4, 1931. After growing up and attending Catholic schools in Pennsylvania, he joined the seminary and then attended the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was ordained there as a priest of the Diocese of Harrisburg in 1955, at the age of 24. During the Second Vatican Council, Fr. Keeler served as secretary to Bishop George R. Leech of Harrisburg. He was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Harrisburg in 1979, and in 1983 became bishop of the same diocese. In 1989 he was named the 14th Archbishop of Baltimore, the oldest diocese in the United States.Archbishop Keeler was also elected as president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1992, where he helped coordinate 1993’s World Youth Day celebrations in Denver, Colorado. Archbishop Keeler was appointed a cardinal by St. John Paul II in 1994. He retired in 2007, at the age of 76. Cardinal Keeler was very involved in both interreligious and ecumenical activities, as well as the pro-life movement.At the USCCB, he served as the moderator for Catholic-Jewish relations as well as the Chair for the Bishops’ Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs between 1984 and 1987. He served on the International Catholic Orthodox Commission for Theological Dialogue, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and the Congregation for the Oriental Churches over the years. He also served twice as the Chair of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities.In Baltimore, Cardinal Keeler worked hard to secure funding for at-risk children

Maley, Ellen Cecilia (Donegan) - Winston-Salem Journal

Monday, March 06, 2017

Her journey with her husband, Joseph V. Maley started May 13, 1950 at St. Bernard's Church, Easton, PA. His job with GMAC lead to several transfers during his career. They lived in Ephrata, PA, Harrisburg, PA, Allentown, PA, Rutherford, PA, Williamsport, PA, Vienna, VA, and finally Winston-Salem, NC. She was the pillar of the family throughout these moves; solving the many problems that only five boys could provide. The great tragedy of her life was the passing of her husband, Joseph V. Maley, on March 4, 1980. She remained in Winston-Salem, NC for the next 31 years. She worked as a CRNA nurse anesthetist at Forsyth Hospital until 2001. She was the fount of medical advice for the entire family. She was fiercely independent with opinions to match on every subject. Despite this independent streak she moved into assisted living facility at Liberty Ridge in Lexington, KY in February 2011 until she broke her hip in January 2014. At that same time she moved to Brookdale Richmond Place, Lexington, KY. She was an avid gardener her entire life. She learned gardening from her grandfather, James Patrick Donegan, a professional gardener for the Chipman family in Easton, PA. She followed in his gardening footsteps with her many gardening activities. She was a member of Forsyth Gardening Club in Winston-Salem, NC. Family members include four sons, Edward and his wife Teresa of Lexington, KY, Joseph and his wife Betty of Miami, FL, Thomas and his wife Kathy of Olney, MD, and Patrick and his wife Susan of Columbia, SC. She was "Nana" to eight grandchildren, Jessica, Matthew, Katherine, Brian, Marc, Sarah, Lindsey and Joseph, and three great-grandchildren (Mackenzie Elizabeth and Mary Elizabeth and James Patrick). She was predeceased by her husband of 29 years, Joseph V. Maley, and her son Michael in 2008. She also was predeceased by four brothers, James, Michael "Mick," Thomas "Bon" and Joseph, and a sister, Anna Marie. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Sa

Axe, James D. Reilly-Rakowski Funeral Home, Inc., 2632-34 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, 2 PM. - LancasterOnline

Monday, February 20, 2017

AM.McCullough, Maris R. Boehms United Methodist Church, 13 West Boehms Road, Willow Street, 11 AM. Andrew T. Scheid Funeral HomeNewcomer, H. Clarence Woodcrest Villa Eagle Commons, 2001 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, 11 AM. Sheetz Funeral Home, Inc.Sadler, Joanne Marie John S. Sell Chapel, Masonic Village, Elizabethtown, 1:30 PM. Shalonis Funeral HomeSeiler, Dorothy Salvation Army, 131 S. Queen St., Lancaster, 11 AM. The Groffs Family Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc.Sizemore, Miriam M. Creter Reynolds Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc., 144 East State Street, Quarryville, 10 AM.

John H. "Jack" Cooper - LancasterOnline

Monday, February 06, 2017

Master Mason, Brother Cooper was a 50 year + member of the Panther Valley Lodge # 677 F.&A.M., the Carbon Lodge No. #242, F. & A.M., Jim Thorpe, PA, the Lancaster Lodge of Perfection and the Harrisburg Consistory. Earlier in life, Mr. Cooper was an active member of the Lansford Volunteer Fire Company #1 and was later made an Honorary Member. A lover of nature, he enjoyed hunting birds, gardening, photography, Lancaster Barnstormers baseball, and fishing. He and his beloved late wife, Dorothy, were square dancers and members of the Grand Squares, the Conestoga Country Club, and the Hamilton Club, Downtown Lancaster.Mr.Cooper is survived by his sister, Charlotte C. Phillips of Auburn, CA, nieces and his nephew. He is preceded in death by his brother Robert H. Cooper.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to the Memorial Service to be held at the Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home-Sullivan Home, 121 South Prince Street, Downtown Lancaster, PA 17603 (on-site parking with attendants). PLEASE NOTE: THE DAY & TIME WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN A FUTURE EDITION OF LNP. Inurnment will be held in the Woodward Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, PA with Military Honors being accorded. Kindly omit flowers. Memorial Remembrances can be made in Mr. Cooper's memory to a charity of one's choice.To submit an on-line condolence, visit: www.scheidfuneralhome.com Exclusive Provider ofVeterans Funeral Care717-397-8298

Monzell Butler - Daily Register

Monday, December 19, 2016

Monzell Butler, 83, of Harrisburg, passed away at 9:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, 2016 in the Saline Care Center.Mrs. Butler was born Oct. 14, 1933 in Saline County, daughter of the late Raymond Dowdy and Nellie (Furlong) Dudley. She was raised by Joe and Nellie Dudley.Mrs. Butler was a member of the Spring Valley Social Brethren Church and was a retired healthcare worker.She is survived by sons, Rick (Cindy) Butler of Eddyville and Terry (Becky) Butler of Harrisburg; grandchildren, Rickey Joe (Tasha) Butler, Travis (Catrina) Butler, and Candi (Joe) Rone all of Harrisburg; great-grandchildren, Abigail Butler, Gabe Smothers, Chase Butler, Agnes Butler, Camden Cummins, and Jonathan Rone; and sisters, Ovalee Reynolds of rural Stonefort, JoAnn (Doug) Young of Harrisburg, and Bonnie (Dale) Jones of Carrier Mills.Mrs. Butler was preceded in death by her parents, daughter, JoNell Butler, and her brother, Leon Dowdy.Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. today (Monday) at the Absher-Nicholson Funeral Home in Carrier Mills.R

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Prosecutor: Slain Palmer Township woman was ambushed - Allentown Morning Call

Monday, March 06, 2017

Contributions in Menzo Santoro's name may be made to Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence Fund Development Director, PCADV, 3605 Vartan Way, Suite 101, Harrisburg, Pa. 17110, or online at www.pcadv.org.mmerlin@mcall.comtwitter @michellejmerlin610-820-6533DETAILSCalling hours for Lisa Menzo SantoroWhen: Tuesday from 2 to 8 p.m.Where: Morello Funeral Home, 3720 Nicholas Street, Palmer Township

Mabel French - West Plains Daily Quill

Monday, March 06, 2017

Monday, March 6, 2017, at 2 p.m. at the Carter Funeral Home Chapel, West Plains, Mo.She was born the daughter of the late James Perry Harper and Lois D. Cole Harper, on Oct. 15, 1933, in Harrisburg, Ark., and died March 1, 2017 in Caulfield, Mo.She was united in marriage Nov. 1, 1952, in Harrisburg, Ark., to Albert French.She is survived by her husband, Albert French, of the home, Caulfield, Mo.; five children, Terry French and wife Cindy, Rover, Mo.; Tom French and wife Debbie, Pomona, Mo.; Tina Hendrix and husband Dennis, West Plains, Mo.; Teressa Osborn and husband, Keith, Willard, Mo., and Michael L. French, Apache, Okla.; four brothers, James Harper and wife Carrie, Harrisburg, Ark.; Larry Harper, Jonesboro, Ark.; Johnny Harper and wife Brenda, Harrisburg, Ark., and Rick Harper and wife Connie, West Plains, Mo.; 20 grandchildren; 58 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Keith French; two brothers, Jr. Harper and Randy Harper, and two sisters, Dottie Ingersoll and Carol Loggains.She attended the Assembly of God Church. She loved to garden, work with her flowers, and loved to write. She also enjoyed sewing and spen

Perry County Times Obituaries - February 11, 2017 - PennLive.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Veterans Way, Ickesburg 17037.DOROTHY J. REICHENBACHDorothy J. "Dot" Reichenbach, 90, of Loysville died Wednesday, Feb, 1, 2017, in Select Speciality Hospital, Harrisburg. She was born Jan. 21, 1927, in Newport to Harry and Mary (Biggs) Myers. She was a homemaker and retired from C.H. Masland and Sons, Carlisle, and Hershey Chocolate; and a member of Zion U.C.C., Blain. She was the widow of Glenn "Rick" Reichenbach, who died Sept. 30, 1966.Surviving are six children, Glenn F. (Betty) of Carlisle, Carol A. Keck of Elliottsburg, Barbara J. (Jerry) Shreffler of Blain, Susan K. (John) Ritter of Loysville, Harry W. (Susie) of Carlisle and Peggy J. (Joe) Morrison of Newville; 17 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Richard D.; a daughter, Linda L. Willette; a grandson, Nicholas B. Morrison; and two brothers and three sisters.A service was held Feb. 6 in Nickel Funeral Home, Loysville, with the Rev. Mike Boehm officiating. Burial was in Restland Cemetery, Loysville.Memorial contributions may be made to her church, 24 W. Main St., Blain 17006. LOUIS E. LUCKENBAUGHLouis E. "Lou" Luckenbaugh, 94, of Spring Road, Shermans Dale, died Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, in Carlisle Regional Medical Center.He was born Tuesday, July 11, 1922 in Rye Twp. to Paris and Dora (Smee) Luckenbaugh.He was a retired employee of the former Mechanicsburg Naval Depot; an Army veteran of World War II; attended Snyder's United Methodist Church, New Bloomfield; and enjoyed hunting and fishing, cutting grass and wood.He was the widower of Treva Bentzel Luckenbaugh. Surviving are a son, Barry L. of Shermans Dale; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by a daughter, Gwendy L. Luckenbaugh, and many brothers and sisters.A service was held Feb. 4 in Boyer Family Funeral Home, New Bloomfield, with the Rev. William Pipp off

Services set for state Trooper Landon Weaver - Centre Daily Times

Monday, January 09, 2017

Police will be held at Fairview Cemetery, Martinsburg,” his obituary said. “Memorial contributions in memory of Trooper Landon E. Weaver can be made to Troopers Helping Troopers, 3625 Vartan Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110.”Arrangements were made by John K. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., Martinsburg.“Law enforcement agencies from across the country and around the world will be in attendance to pay their final respects to this fallen hero,” Altoona police said in a statement. “We ask for your understanding and patience during these couple of days and ask that you find and alternate route to your destination.”