Louise Thornley Anderson, 87, of Hanover, passed away October 19 at the home of her daughter, Nancy Johnson, in York. She was the wife of the late Warren E. Anderson. Louise is survived by daughters, Christine Anderson of York, Patricia Sullivan and her husband David of Pittsburgh, and Nancy Johnson of York; grandchildren David Sullivan, Jr. of Boston, Mass., Rebecca Sullivan Payne of Suffolk, Va. and Katie Johnson Boyd of Horsham; and great-grandson Henry Payne.
Kenneth S. "Kenny" Becker, 20, Glenville, passed away October 20 at his home. He was the son of Steven and Rachel Becker of Glenville. In addition to his parents, Kenny is survived by his sister, Gwenivere Carl of Jacksonville, Fla.; paternal grandparents, Eddie and Marilyn Becker of Fort Meyers, Fla.; maternal grandparents, Bill and Sylvia Carl of Upperco, Md.; and aunts and uncles, Brian and Kathleen Becker of Phoenix, Md., and Bill and Kelly Carl of Westminster, Md.
Robert "Bob" Harold Bennett, 66, of Westminster, passed away October 21. He was the husband of Wanda Bennett. Surviving in addition to his wife are son and daughter-in-law Robert and Megan Bennett Jr.; daughters and sons-in-law Sheri and Troy Karan, Robin and Charles Racey, April and Dan Staton; step-sons Travis and Roland Yelton; grandchildren Brianna, Conner and Kara Bennett, Lyndsay O'Neill and husband Matt, Jeremy Karan, Adrian Burns, Noah and Brieanna Racey and Ashley Staton; great-granddaugher Harper O'Neill; siblings and spouses Martha and Owen Pohlhaus, James and Lisa Bennett, Larry Bennett, David Bennett, Rose and Rob Wymer; numerous nieces and nephews.
Elwood "Rudy" F. Blyler, 77, Orrtanna, passed away Oct. 17 at his home. Rudy is survived by his wife, Betty Neely Blyler; a daughter, Lisa Dawes and her husband Dennis who lived with her parents; a son, Barry Blyler and his wife Rhonda of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Doug Dawes, Marie Stonebraker and her husband Bill, Barry Loshel; sisters, Mary Lou Clattbaugh of Altoona, Pa., Jean Felus of Hellam, Pa.; brothers, Patrick Reed of Altoona, Pa., and Harry Reed of Virginia.
Cathy Peregoy Bollinger, 57, of Westminster, passed away October 22 at the University of Maryland Hospital. She was the wife of David Scott Bollinger. In addition to her husband, she is survived by daughters Emily Bollinger Miller and her husband Matthew, Katie Beth Bollinger, Rachael Elise Bollinger, brother Craig Peregoy, mother-in-law June Bollinger, brother-in-law Mark Bollinger and his wife Sherrine, sisters-in-law Ann Bollinger and Carole McShea and her husband Tim; numerous other family members.
William E. "Bill" Bollinger, Jr., 67, passed away October 21 at the Carroll Hospice Dove House. He is survived by children, Maria A. Kaas Jaramillo, William J. Kaas, Jr., Ronald W. Bollinger, Richard A. Bollinger, Sr., and Janet L. Bollinger; a brother, Dale Bollinger; and sister, Cheryl Fenton Bollinger; grandchildren.
Barry W. Bower, 81, of Hanover, passed away Oct. 22 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was the husband of Suzanne M. (Del Barto) Bower of Hanover. Surviving in addition to his wife are daughters, Lynn B. Riccobono and her husband Francis of Batavia, N.Y., and Wendy S. Hagerman and her husband Philip A. of Hanover; grandchildren, Jennifer Kowalcyk, Patrick Witt, Amanda Kowalcyk, and Stephen Kowalcyk, Brandi Mayers, Ashley Albaugh; and great-granddaughter, Cheyene Rudisill; siblings, Brian, Robin, Candace, and Craig Bower.
Charles W. Boyer, 85, of Hanover, passed away October 17. Surviving are his brother, Steve M. Boyer; nephew, Jason A. Boyer; and great niece Jasmine A. Boyer.
Alma "Bonnie" I. Brinegar, 71, of Hampstead, passed away October 4 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Forrest E. Brinegar. Surviving are nieces, Pamela J. Shorb and companion Steve Krug of Taneytown, MD, and Michelle D. Thomas and husband Carl of Littlestown, sister-in-law Hazel L. Graybill, nieces and nephews Aletha & Charles Robertson of Littlestown, Lana Ledford & companion Terry Harris of Westminster, Jeffery Lescalleet of Westminster, Stacey King & companion Troy Swan of Blue Ridge Summit, PA, and Randy King of New Windsor.
Mary Ruth (Rice) Collins, 92, a resident of The Brethren Home, New Oxford. passed away October 21. She was the widow of L. William Collins. She is survived by her children, Thomas L. Collins and wife, Jane of Biglerville, Barbara C. Wisotzkey of Gettysburg, and Patricia C. Neary and husband, Thomas of Pilesgrove, N.J.; grandchildren, Brian Wisotzkey, Andrew Collins, Beth Wisotzkey Mays, Ryan Neary, Matthew Neary, Justin Collins, and Elizabeth Miller.
Richard Eugene "Rick" Conley, 56, of Union Bridge, passed away October 21 at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was the son of Helen Shifflett Bracken of Westminster and the late Kemper Conley and the husband of Susan Harris Conley and step-son of Edward Bracken. Surviving in addition to his wife, mother and step-father are children Christopher Conley and girlfriend Bridget Pickett of Union Bridge, Jackie Conley and fiance' Tyler Baylin of Westminster, Cheyenne Conley of Union Bridge; step-children Amanda Bryson and Ashley Golden of Pennsylvania; siblings Doris Seiler and husband Donald of Westminster, Joie DeBold and husband Gary of Westminster, and Bruce Conley of Westminster; grandchildren Sophia and Jacey Conley; son-in-law of Charlotte Smith and Charles Harris, Sr. He was predeceased by brothers Charles, Thomas and James Conley.
Willard Alfred "Bunky" Daniels, Jr., 72, of Mt. Airy, passed away October 22 at his home. He was the son of Dorothy Cucina Daniels and the late Willard Alfred Daniels, Sr. and the husband of Brenda L. Daniels (nee Boyer). Surviving also are children, Allen & Sheena Daniels and Dana and Brooks Coleman; grandchildren, Stephanie, Heather and Amber Daniels, Brittany Fink and husband James Fink; brother of Barbara and Guy Ledford, Pricilla and Allen Cameron, Peggy and Rusty Newton, Sam and Darcy Daniels; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Mary Ruth Davidson, 58, of Upperco, passed away October 17 at home. She was the wife of Kris Bernstein. Surviving in addition to her husband are her daughter, Emily Ruth Thomas; son, David Dutrow Thomas V; son-in-law and wife, Geoffrey and Jenna Bernstein; sister and husband Patricia Mae and the late David Paul Lemly; sister Beverly Davidson Hague, brother and wife Bruce Ira and Judy Davidson. She was previously married to David Dutrow Thomas, IV.
Ronald "Ron" R. Day, 79, passed away October 15 at his residence. He was the husband of Patricia G. (Duncan) Day, York. In addition to his wife, survivors include, a sister, Patricia Heidler and her husband, Joseph of York; a brother, Barry Day and his wife, Angela of Spring Grove; several nieces and nephews; a sister-in-law, Cindy Zendaker of Lancaster; and a brother-in-law, Michael Duncan of York.
Dr. Dolores J. Deardorff, 81, of Westminster, passed away October 17 at the Carroll Hospice Dove House. She is survived by an aunt, several cousins and many friends.
David Allan DeVincent, 50, of Eldersburg, MD passed away October 8 while vacationing in Hawaii with his wife, Debbie DeVincent. David is survived by his wife, Debbie DeVincent; daughters, Tia Marie Schoepfer and Allison Nicole DeVincent; son, David Allan DeVincent, Jr.; grandchildren, Kale and Reki Schoepfer; as well as numerous loving family and friends.
Grace Emma (Osborne) Emerson, 84 of Lake Heritage passed away September 28 at home. Grace is survived by her husband, Richard (Dick) Emerson, Sr, her daughter, Patricia and nieces Jane (Jerry) Bowers, Belinda (John) Karas, Dianne, Debbie, Donna and a nephew Rob Osborne and many great nieces and nephews; granddaughters Kali and Kara Emerson and her daughter-in-law Zoe Fox Emerson and son-in-law Jerry Mabry – all of Midlothian, VA.
Louis Alan Evans, passed away Oct. 17. He was the husband of the late Faith J. Robbins and companion of Jean Shriner of Oak Crest. Surviving are children Stacey Hilder (Dave) of Arnold, Randy LeCompte of Charlotte, NC, Blair McCarron (Gene) of Gambrills, Todd Evans of Sykesville and Greg Evans (Sharon) of Hampstead; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
James S. Henry, 66, passed away October 21 at Gettysburg Hospital. He was the husband of Barbara A. (Cullison) Henry. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Lonnie Henry and wife, Gretchen of New Oxford; grandchildren, Zachary and Madison Henry, both of New Oxford; sisters, Linda Misner of Hanover, and Gloria Redding and husband, Henry of Spring Grove; cousins, John and Vickie Hayes of Racine, Wis.; and several nieces and nephews.
William Halton Hofferberth, 88, of Westminster, passed away October 18 at his home. He was the husband of the late Emma M. Hofferberth. Surviving him are daughters and sons-in-laws Sherry L. and Dennis Byers of Finksburg, Linda Fields and Bill Rasmussen of Westminster, Lisa S. and Richard Spotts of New Carlisle, OH, and Ellen K. and Michael Leffler of Davison, MI; grandchildren and spouses Aaron and Jennifer Byers, Amy and John Linton, Megan and Chuck Lepovetsky, Susan and Michael Guckes, Laura Spotts, and Kaitlin Rasmussen; and great granchildren.
Chester J. "Chet" Hoke, Jr., 89, passed away October 16 at Hanover Hospital. He was the husband of Elizabeth J. "Lil" (Schek) Hoke. In addition to his wife Lil, he is survived by children; Jeannette LaChat and her husband Ruben Ortiz of Gaithersburg, Md., Jim Hoke of Hanover, Dave Hoke and his wife Martha of Boca Raton, Fla., Lisa Riband and her husband Anthony of Doylestown, Susan Fogarty and her husband Seamus of Hanover and Jennifer Minushkin and her husband Jeff of Great Falls, Va.; sister, Violet Hoke of Belgium; grandchildren and great-granddaughter.
A. Paul Holsinger, 74, Hanover, passed away on October 19 at York Hospital. He was the husband of the late Bracie I. (Cox) Holsinger. His survivors include his son, Tim Holsinger and his wife Kathy of East Berlin; grandchildren, Kerry Blettner, Post Falls, Idaho and Andy Trostle, Hanover; great-grandchildren, Kara and Logan Blettner and Addyson Trostle; and a number of brothers and sisters and nieces and nephews.
Michael Thomas Hoover, 57, New Oxford, passed away October 18 at home. He was the husband of Nancy (Waugh) Cuffley Hoover and the son of Betty (May) Becker of Hanover and the late Roy L. Hoover. In addition to his wife and mother, Mike is survived by his children, Jessica Felix and her husband, Bryan, Bryan Cuffley and his wife, Nicole, Krystal Cuffley, Jenifer Klinedinst and her husband, Bob, Aaron Cuffley, Wayne "Woody" Cuffley and his wife, Trisha, and Emily Hoover. Mike was proud "Pop" to Jake, Adam, Blaine, Camille, Nash, Clara, Samantha, Juliann, Noah, Jared, Isaiah, and baby Felix, who is due to arrive in February; sisters, Suzanne Smith and her husband, Sam, Cindy Bortner and her husband, Steve, and Vicky Knott and her husband, Mark.
Charles G. "Herb" Horwedel, 76, of Brushtown passed away October 23 at Hanover Hall Nursing Center. He was the husband of Joyce A. (Trimmer) Horwedel. Surviving in addition to his wife are children; Stacy Little and her husband, Larry of Brushtown and Charles G. "Chuck" Horwedel II and his companion, Kelly Docimo of McSherrystown; grandchildren; Charles G. Horwedel III, Cassandra Horwedel, Brittany Snyder and Brian Little; great-grandson, Marcus Glacken; siblings; Mary Lou Hertz of East Berlin, Shirley Horwedel of Lewisburg, Agnes Horwedel, Rose Mohr and Irene Horwedel all of McSherrystown.
Jeffrey David "Jeff" Hughes, 57, of Owings Mills, passed away October 17 at his residence. He was the son of Joan Ann Clark Hughes and Charles Samuel Hughes of Finksburg. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister and brother-in-law Laura Lynn Hughes and David Hahn of Millers and aunt C. "Lynn" Arrington of Perry Hall.
Naomi Marie Jackson, 92, of Westminster, passed away October 22 at Golden Crest Assisting Living in Westminster. She was the wife of the late Gordon Earl "Buddy" Jackson. Surviving are son and daughter-in-law Earl L. and Edna Jackson of Westminster and daughter and son-in-law Carol Ann and Michael Gossman of Westminster; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Robert D. Jones, 93, passed away October 20 at the Brethren Home Retirement Center. He was the husband of Evelyn M. (Lescalleet) Jones. In addition to his wife, Evelyn, Robert is survived by his children, Richard M. Jones and his wife Dolores of Hanover, Gary L. Jones and his wife Virginia of Hanover, Wayne A. Jones and his wife Sandy of Warner Robins, Ga., Roberta A. Sponseller and her husband David of York, and Bruce L. Jones and his wife Lou Ann of Spring Grove; grandchildren; great-grand-children; great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Nadine Baer of Hanover.
Nicholas C. Kierniesky, 70, of Gettysburg, passed away Oct. 16. Nicholas is survived by his wife, Diane Kierniesky and sons David Kierniesky of Gettysburg and Stephen Kierniesky of Albuquerque, N.M.; a sister, Gloria Kierniesky of Monmouth Junction, NJ.; and a brother, Robert Kierniesky of Vineland, N.J., and uncle, Joseph Kierniesky of Millville, New Jersey, and cousins.
Victor G. Kinneman, 67, Hanover, passed away October 17 at York Hospital. Vic is survived by daughters, Wendi Clark and her husband Randy of New Oxford, and Heather Carr and her husband Bradley of Lititz; sisters, Esther M. Kinneman of Abbottstown, Edith K. Moose of Hanover and Dorie L. Keffer of McSherrystown; grandsons; and a companion, Deb Starner of Hanover.
Joy E. Laughead, 67, wife of Malcolm H. Laughead, Jr., Spring Grove, passed away October 21 at her residence. In addition to her husband she is survived by sons, Todd M. Laughead of Spring Grove and James H. Laughead of Iron Ridge; grandson, Jeremy Laughead of Jefferson; brothers, Robert Hall of York, Randy Hall and his wife, Debra of York and Ricky Hall and his wife, Alice of Havre de Grace, Md.; and several nieces and nephews.
Miriam L. Ledford, 86, passed away October 18 at the Hanover Hall Nursing Center. Miriam was the wife of the late Donald H. Ledford. Surviving are children, Farrell D. Ledford and his wife, Diane of Glenville, Alma E. Breedlove and her husband, Ray of Hanover, and Marshall D. Ledford and his companion, Evelyn of Glenville; grandchildren, Darrell Ledford, David Breedlove, Lisa Coradi, Rebecca Ledford; and great-grandchildren.
Yvonne E. Little, 64, New Oxford, passed away October 19 at her home. Surviving is her brother John A. Little Jr. of York and numerous cousins.
Thomas E. McVey, Jr., 67, Hanover, passed away October 11 at his home. He was the husband of Patricia (Lawrence) McVey. Surviving, in addition to his wife are a stepdaughter, Kimberly Alascio and husband, Angelo; grandchildren, Lauren, Emily, and Angelo Alascio; his brother, Joseph McVey of Ansted, W.Va.; sisters, Jordan McVey of Ansted, W.Va., and Helen Wood, Charleston, W.Va.; a niece; and a nephew.
Roberta Judith Mitchell, 70, of Hampstead, passed away October 17 at her daughter's home in Hampstead. Surviving are daughters, Elaine Marie Ellyson & husband Raymond Thomas Ellyson of Hampstead, Mary Carol Geiman & husband Michael Franklin Geiman of Hampstead; son, Michael Anthony Mitchell of Manchester; sisters, Fran Buchanan of Hummelsville, PA, Genevieve Thompson of Gulfport, MS; brother, Christopher Magaro of Marysville, PA; grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Richard Wayne Mullineaux of Windsor Mill passed away Oct. 17. He was the husband of Darlene Slert Mullineaux; father of Gary, Shannon, and Brooke Mullineaux; grandfather of Karleigh, Lucas and Kaeden Mullineaux; brother of Dolores and Dottie Mullineaux.
Barbara Jennings Olson, 81, Hanover, passed away October 16. Survivors include her husband, Howard M. Olson; a daughter, Leslie K. Crincoli and her husband, Dominick of Tarrytown, N.Y.; a son, Eric G. Olson and his wife, Celia Mitchell of Coudersport; and a sister, LeVonne Flint and her husband, Marshall of Glasgow, Va.
Patty Sue Palmer, 52, of Hampstead, passed away October 20 at her home. She was the daughter of George William Teague, Sr. and Pat Strauss Teague of Finksburg. Surviving, in addition to her parents, are her daughter, Danielle Palmer of Canvas, W.Va.; son, Bradly Palmer of Hampstead; sister, Lola McDermott of Finksburg; brother, George "Buddy" Teague, Jr. and his wife Carol of Finksburg, MD; and nephew, Bryan McDermott, Jr and his wife Megan.
Charles Roger Peeling Jr., 83, of Westminster, passed away October 19 at the Dove House. He is survived by his wife, Jessie Bowersox Peeling; daughters and son-in-laws Debra P. and Larry Freeland of Westminster, Christine M. and Steve Brandenburg of Annapolis, son and daughter in law Mitch and Tammy Peeling of Waynesboro, VA., grandchildren Ashley Brandenburg Habib of Geneva, Switzerland, Sara Peeling of Brighton, MA, and Jacob Peeling of Staunton, VA, brother-in-law John "Jack" Bowersox of Westminster, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mary Kathryn (Martin) Ramos, 65, formerly of Myerstown, passed away August 17 in Santa Ana, El Salvador. She was the wife of Lecho Ramos, Santa Ana. In addition to her husband, she is survived by sons: Jonnie Ramos and wife Elaine of Dublin, GA, Henry Ramos and wife Joyce of Dublin, GA; grandchildren: Kelvin, Jessenia, Tyler, Tony, Veronica and Sabrina Ramos; brothers: Larry Martin and wife Lois of Robesonia, Jerry Martin and wife Rhoda of Dublin, GA, Nevin Martin and wife Louise of Fredericksburg; sister Martha and husband Lester Burkholder of Allentown; and nieces and nephews.
William "Doc" Reese, Jr., 72, of Westminster passed away October 18 at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. Surviving are son, Aaron Derr of Westminster, daughter, Elena Reese and fiancé Jose Lopez of Westminster, and son, Sean Reese of Abbottstown; sister, Barbara Jean Parrish and husband Ralph of Littlestown; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and a nephew. He is also remembered by former wife, Brenda Reese and step-son, Eric Derr, both of Abbottstown.
Betty Jane Repp, 89, of Taneytown, passed away on October 19 at Lorien Nursing Home in Taneytown. She was the wife of the late Wayne L. Repp. She is survived by children, Dale L. Repp & wife Maggie, Rebecca R. Reasner & husband Dave, and Elizabeth R. Benjamin; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Ruby Elaine Sanfellipo, 62 of Sykesville, passed away October 18 at Carroll Hospice Dove House in Westminster. She was the wife of Frank J. Sanfellipo of Sykesville. Surviving in addition to her husband are daughter Jennifer E. Sanfellipo of Westminster, brother Bernard Gibson and his wife Patty of Chesapeake Beach, and sister-in-law Maureen Willett and her husband Russ of Titusville, FL.
August A. “Auggie” Schwab, 75 of Gettysburg, passed away Oct. 16 at M.S. Hershey Medical Center. He was the husband of A. Lorine (Krause) Schwab. In addition to his wife Lorine, his survivors include children; Liz Fetter and her husband Dan of Cashtown, Chris Schwab and his wife Wendy of New Oxford, Charlie Schwab and his wife Mickey of Mt. Joy and Cindy Burke and her husband Harold of Hanover; grandchildren, Anna Robison, Jedidiah Fetter, Molly Fetter, Samuel Fetter, Joseph Fetter, Emma Fetter, Allison Schwab, Katelyn Schwab, Julia Schwab, Amanda Schwab and Lorena Lamb; and great grandchildren, Emily Schmidt and Kale Burge.
Margaret Curley Seebode, 79, of Finksburg passed away October 17 at Carroll Hospital Center. She was the wife of Melvin Seebode. Surviving in addition to her husband are son and daughter-in-law Joseph and Betty Loosmore of Baltimore; son Tanner Artez of Suffolk, VA; step-daughters Shelly Ruff of Westminster, Stephanie McVey of Westminster, and Cindy Baker of Shrewsbury, PA; brothers Charles Reed of Baltimore and Leo Reed of South Carolina; sisters Catherine Afford of Westminster, Noreen Speciale of Westminster, Theresa Reed of Aberdeen; grandchildren Elizabeth Ann Loosmore and Catherine Ann Loosmore; step-grandchildren Nicholas and Ryan Ruff, Robert Seay VI, Dustin and Kevin McVey, and Dylan and Sara Menefee.
Linda A. Shaffer, 70, passed away October 18 at Hanover Hall. She was preeded in death by her husband Kenneth W. Shaffer. Surviving are her son, Ralph Thoman and his wife, Kristine of Lakeville, Minn.; and siblings, Rodney Lau of Hanover, Elaine Brown of Hanover, Donna Folmer of Spring Grove, and JoAnn Miller of McSherrystown.
Beulah Marie Slaysman, 88, passed away October 18 at Golden Living Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Westminster, MD. She was the wife of the late Marvin Richard Jarret "Jerry" Slaysman. Surviving are son, Kenneth Scott Slaysman and wife Nanette of Mt. Holly Springs, PA; daughters, Deborah Lynn Mauck and husband John of Catonsville Manor, and Lori Ann McCracken of Finksburg; daughter-in-law, Susan Slaysman; grandchildren Corinne, Erica, Colin, Richard Jr., Jaime, Nathan, Travis, Andrea, Matthew, Benjamin, and Jessica; great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Doris Marie Smith (nee Schaeffer), 91, passed away October 17 at Carroll Hospice-Dove House in Westminster. She was the wife of the late Charles Frederick "Fritz" Smith. She was the mother of Linda Spafford of Eldersburg, Leslee Arnold of Sandpoint, Idaho, Cheryl Koerner of Rockledge, FL,. Charles B. Smith of Winfield, Scott Smith of Eldersburg, and Jeffrey Smith of Pasadena, MD; grandchildren and great grandchildren.
James T. Sneeringer, 80, passed away October 20 at Cross Keys Village, The Brethren Home Community. He was the husband of Helen M. (Millhimes) Sneeringer. In addition to his wife, Helen, James is survived by his children, Stephanie A. Wagner and her husband, James of Abbottstown, Michael R. Sneeringer and his wife, Brenda of New Oxford, Robert J. Sneeringer of Hanover, Angela M. Orendorff and her husband, Richard of New Oxford, Andrea M. Weaver and her husband, Scott of New Oxford, and Timothy E. Sneeringer of York; grandchildren, Corey, Brandon, Amber, Raymond, Jenna, Blake, Jake, and Julia; step grandchildren, Jeb and Doug; great-grandchildren, William, Ivy, Henry, Avery, and Zebulon; brothers, Robert Sneeringer of Gettysburg, and Carl Sneeringer and his wife, Hailing of Orlando, Fla.; and sisters, Frances Clabaugh and her husband, James of Hanover, and Rose Eline of Hanover.
Mertis Leroy Snyder, Sr., 90, husband of Edna Wonder Snyder, passed away October 22 at Hanover Hospital. In addition to his wife he was survived by sons, Mertis Snyder, Jr. and his wife, Linda Faye, Glenn Snyder, all of Hanover, and David Snyder and his wife, Ellen of Spring Grove; daughters, Lynn Shorb and her husband, Terry of Westminster, Md. and Vonnie Renshaw and her husband, Albert of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Edward Warren Spencer, 92, of Gettysburg, passed away Oct. 20 at the Golden Living Center. He was the husband of June (Haynes) Suddeth Spencer. In addition to his wife, Edward is survived by sons, John W. Spencer and his wife Jessica, of Wilmington, Del., Douglas E. Spencer and his wife Sonya, of Frederick, Md., Mark A. Spencer and his wife Myra, of Frederick, Md.; step-sons, Thomas A. Suddeth, of Mercersburg, Pa., Dr. James N. Suddeth and his wife Lisa, of Beach Haven, N.J.; grandchildren; step-grandchildren; and sister, Rosetta Mayo and her husband Billy, of Washington, DC. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Marion DiSabella Spencer.
Robert Burnett Temple, 84, of Westminster, MD passed away October 17 in hospice care at Longview Nursing Home. Bob is survived by his wife, Geraldine (Gerri) Temple (nee Barton), daughters Debbie Temple, Robin Temple, and Tammy Testerman; son-in-law Steve Testerman; sons Robert Temple and Randall Temple; and daughter-in-law Heidi Temple (nee Armstrong); grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Bernard E. "Bernie" Webb, 73, Littlestown, passed away October 16. Bernie is survived by his daughter, Tammy C. Webb of Aldie, Va.; brothers, Paul Webb, Jr., of Jefferson, and Roy Webb of Hanover; and sisters, Alta Schrum of Spring Grove, Linda Kreitz of Dover, and Lilly Dell of Dallastown.
Barbara A. "Bobbie" Weikert, 75, of Aspers, passed away Oct. 18 at Gettysburg Center in Gettysburg. Bobbie is survived by daughters, Mindy McCord and her husband Paul of Neptune Beach, Fla., Lisa Manolovich of Martinsburg, Va.; three step-children, Kris Webb and her husband Scott of Gettysburg, Chelli McGlaughlin and her husband Jim of Gettysburg, Chad Weikert and his wife Diane of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Taylor McCord and Madison Laughman; step-grandchildren, Julie and Katie Williams, Paige Szarowski, Darren McGlaughlin, and Conner Weikert; and great-grandchild, Chasen Sowders.
Anna Mae Welty, 82, of Westminster, passed away October 22 at Carroll Hospice Dove House. She was the wife of the late James Elwood Welty. Surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Deb and Marty Liebno of Taneytown, granddaughters April Andalora of Westminster, Angela Hilderbrand and husband Brad of Santa Rosa Beach, FL, great-grandchildren Kaylin Andalora and Tripp Hilderbrand, siblings Bobbie Grossnickle of Westminster, Rosia Day of Ijamsville, William F. Green, Sr. of Damascus and Howard A. Green, Sr. of Ocala, FL; cousins, nieces, nephews.
Donald P. Willet, 96, of Hanover, passed away Oct. 18 at Hanover Hospital. He was preceded by his wife, Shirley Burgard Willet. Survivors include his son, Steven D. Willet and his wife, Holly, of Spring Grove; grandsons, Eric Willet and his wife, Lisa, Josh Willet and his companion, Aimee Sirmon, and Todd Willet; step-granddaughters, Laura Williams and her husband, Mike, and Amber Walter; great-grandchildren, Kolton and Kiara Willet; and a sister, Jane Swope of McSherrystown.
Sara "Sally" (Trone) Winand, wife of Philip Winand, passed away Oct. 20. Sally is survived by her husband, Philip; a son Dr. Andrew Winand and wife Becky; grandchildren, Sara and husband Steve, Hannah, Leah, and Noah; John's wife, Cheryl and her husband John, and their children, Jake and Kia. A sister, Claire and her husband Bill, nephews, John and his wife Anna, Josh and wife Christine.
Francis C. Wolfinger, 93, of Hampstead, passed away October 21 at Long View Nursing Home, Manchester, MD. He was the husband of Mildred L. (Starkey) Wolfinger. Surviving in addition to his wife are sons, Robert Wolfinger of Manassas, VA, John Wolfinger of Punta Gorda, FL, Steve Wolfinger of Atascadero, CA; daughter, Jane Bretthauer of Bangor, ME; brother, Jack Wolfinger of HiNella, NJ; grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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