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Obituaries

Vernie Dorville Ashby, 90, of Westminster, passed away April 21 at the Carroll Hospital. He was the husband of the late Fonda Midkiff Ashby. Surviving are son and daughter-in-law, Ronald G. and Carolyn J. Ashby of Westminster; brother, Robert Ashby and wife Nancy; sister, Priscilla Smith and husband Kenny; grandchildren, Stephen Ashby, Jr. and wife Melissa, Kathleen Davis and husband Nicholas, Benjamin Ashby and wife Christina and Shaun Ashby; and great-grandchildren.

Nancy L. (Smith) Basler, 85, of New Oxford, passed away April 22 at The Brethren Home Community. She was the wife of Roy A. Basler, Jr. Nancy is also survived by daughter, Jacqueline A. Fredericks and her husband, Joseph of Lebanon, KY; son, Thomas K. Moore and his wife, Carol of Westminster; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and sister, Barbara Lyons of Tyrone, MD.

John Robert “Bobby” Baumgardner, 68, of Westminster, passed away April 24 at Carroll Hospital Center. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen F. (Close) Baumgardner; daughter, Marleen Gawel and husband Neal of Westminster; son, Bobby Baumgardner and wife Tracey of Westminster; grandchildren, Brady Brown and husband Chris, Logan Baumgardner, and Makenzie Gawel; siblings, Shirley Bauerlien of Taneytown, Grace Keeney and husband George of New Windsor, Ray Baumgardner and wife Bertha of Westminster, Phyllis Warner and husband Mike of New Windsor, Shannon Baumgardner of Westminster, Lonnie Baumgardner and wife Wanetta of New Windsor, and Billy Baumgardner and Linda Rollison, both of Westminster; nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.

Ruth C. Beard, 93, of New Oxford, passed away March 8 at Cross Keys Village, New Oxford.  She is survived by daughter, Carol Tyndall of Cody, WY; and brother, Robert Beard, Redcliff, Alberta, Canada.

Elizabeth A. Beattie, 82, of Westminster, passed away April 22 at Transitions Healthcare Center in Sykesville. Surviving are daughter, June L. Crumbie and husband Charles of Westminster; son, Robert C. Beattie and wife Glenda of Buchanan, VA; brothers, Edwin Schukraft and Richard Schukraft; grandchildren, Theresa Glowacki, Bobby and April Beattie, and Charles Crumbie II; and great-grandchildren.

Jean Elinor Berdini, 85, of Reisterstown, passed away April 17 at the Northwest Hospital in Randallstown. She was the wife of the late John Anthony Berdini. Jean is survived by her children, Maryellen Aman, Carol Dull and her husband Thomas, John A. Berdini, Jr. and his wife Justine, and Matthew J. Berdini and his wife Catherine; sister, Doris Rahlman; grandchildren: Katie, Cole, Carly, Allie, Meghan, Matthew and Kyle; and great-grandchildren: Colin and Jonathan.

Joseph “Edgar” Boerner, 77, of Manchester, passed away April 25 at Carroll Hospice Dove House. He was the husband of Barbara Ann (Berry) Boerner. Also surviving are children, Angela J. Boerner of Manchester, Amy J. Boerner of Westminster, and Joseph E. “Joey” Boerner, Jr. and wife, Marci of Manchester; grandchildren, Meagan Whitson and husband, Todd, Jonathan Riecke, Grant and Garrett Boerner; sister-in-law, Nancy Boerner of Westminster; nieces and nephews.

Karen J. Bollinger, 63, of New Oxford, passed away April 21 at her home. She was the wife of James P. Bollinger, and the daughter of Hazel M. (Rimil) Weaver of McSherrystown and the late Samuel D. Weaver, Sr. Also surviving are children, Robert A. Hartlaub III and his wife Lisa of Hanover, Shannon M. Watson and her husband Mark of Abbottstown, James P. Bollinger, Jr. and his wife Erin of New Oxford, and Tiffany L. Engelhardt and her husband Chris of Hanover; grandchildren; and siblings, Samuel D. Weaver, Jr. and his wife Margie of Hanover, Wanda Castro and her husband Nativida of Texas, Victoria A. Weaver-Arentz of Abbottstown and Patti Morris and her husband Michael of Hanover.

Joshua G. “Taylor” Bosley, Jr., 89, of Owings Mills, passed away April 22 at Future Care Cherrywood Nursing Home. He was the husband of the late Ellen M. Vaughn Bosley. Surviving are son, Mark J. Bosley; granddaughter; Kayla Rose Kramer; brothers and sisters.

Richard Lee Brafford, 68, of Manchester, passed away April 26 at the Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He was the husband of Nina Elizabeth (Bauerlein) Brafford. Richard is also survived by daughters, Deborah Gray of South Carolina and Julie Brafford of Florida; and grandchildren, Logan, Alex and Adam Gray.

Tiffany Michelle Busic, 41, of Woodbine, passed away April 21 at Gilchrist Hospice of Columbia. She was the daughter of Linda Burdette Bell and the late Karl J.Busic. Tiffany is also survived by son, Chase Tyler Campbell; stepfather, Ralph “Bud” Bell; brother, Shane Busic; aunt, Ann Mullican; and cousins, Marcia Robertson (Steve), Debbie Cramer (Larry), Michelle Waite (Dale), Bridget Thomas (Leighton) and Jason and Donovan Burdette.

Michael J. Carlisle, 46, of Sykesville, passed away April 12. He was the son of Melvin and Jane Carlisle. Surviving are brother, Kenneth (Randi) Carlisle of Westminster; sister, Linda (Gilbert) Hatfield of Sykesville; daughter, Jessica Carlisle of Tennessee; grandchildren, La’Nya Garner and Tyson Carlisle; nieces, Tiffany Blair, Jaylin Blair, Khloe Kindred; and nephew, Carter Blair.

Mark William Charlebois, 55, of Hampstead, passed away April 25. He was the son of Helen (Smith) Charlebois of Fallston and the late Donald R. Charlebois. His wife, Teresa Clarke Charlebois, preceded him in death. Also surviving are daughters, Kaila M. Charlebois of Arizona, Markie N. Charlebois of Las Vegas, NV, Tallia G. Charlebois of Baltimore, Noel I. Charlebois of Hampstead; siblings, Dody Charlebois Burger and husband Tom of Fallston, MD, Donald P. Charlebois of Dallas, TX, and Aime C. Papastephanou of California; grandson, Leonardo B. Hernandez; cousins, nieces, nephews, stepchildren and stepgrandchildren.

Charlotte H. Clark, 92, of Hanover, passed away April 24 at the SpiriTrust Lutheran Home at Utz Terrace. She was the wife of the late William H. Clark, Jr. Charlotte is survived by daughters, Lori K. Smith of Hanover, Priscilla C. Sible of Scranton; grandchildren, Jason R. Sible, Holly K. Liska, and Jennifer C. Sible; and great-grandchildren, Alexander and Daniel.

Mary Josephine “Mary Jo” “Josie” Dubsky, 68, of Westminster, passed away April 24 at the Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. She was predeceased by her life-partner, Charlotte Zinser. Surviving are siblings, John Dubsky of Central, SC, James Dubsky and wife Teresa of Marietta, GA, Philip Liechty and wife Linda of Columbus, OH, Richard Dubsky of Central, SC, Patricia Layfield and husband Melvin of Bowie, MD, Kathryn Dubsky and husband Tom of Forrestville, CA, Margaret Dubsky of Willards, MD, Jenifer Karwoski and husband Tony of Crownsville, MD, and Brenda Leister and husband Dave of Baltimore, MD; nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.

Laura Maria Ferretti-Szabo, 53, of Manchester, passed away April 26 at the Dove House in Westminster. She was the daughter of Antonietta Nicoletta Florio Ferretti of Manchester and the late Enrico Ferretti, and the wife of Markus Sandor Szabo. Laura is also survived by daughter, Monterra Noel Szabo of Manchester; and siblings, Frank Ferretti of Sebring, FL, Tim Ferretti of Manchester, and Angela Canapp of Finksburg.

Rosalie Rae (Kraft) Fields, 73, of Hampstead, passed away April 23. Her husband, Allen Fields, preceded her in death. She is survived by sons: Charles “Terry” Boone, John Michael Boone, and Duane E. Fields-Kuehl; daughters-in-law: Michele Boone and Susanna Fields-Kuehl; granddaughter, Nicole Boone; and brother, Gene Kraft.

Barbara P. Franklin, 70, of Eldersburg, passed away April 22. She was the daughter of Alice June Podolsky and the late George Anthony Podolsky. Her husband, Thomas Unger Franklin, preceded her in death. Barbara is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Jarret and Jennifer Franklin; daughter and son-in-law, Judith “Cori” and Thomas Klein; sister and brother-in-law, Joanne and Gary Michael; and grandchildren, Isabella Grace Franklin and Maxx Anthony Franklin.

Sandra Lee Gist, 65, of Finksburg, passed away April 27 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was the daughter of Shirley Hendricksen Bicknell of Gettysburg, and the late Russell Cofiell, and the wife of Marvin R. Gist. Sandra is also survived by sisters, Sherree Cofiell of Reisterstown and Terry Cimino of Gettysburg; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Gary M. and Brenda Gist of Charleston, SC, Deborah Gaver of Westminster and David L. Gist of Finksburg; nieces and nephews.

Wreatha E. Glatfelter, 97, of York Springs, passed away April 21. She was predeceased by her husband, Victor A. (Sam) Glatfelter. Surviving are daughters, Vicki Wagaman and husband, Roger of York Springs, Melissa Smith of York Springs, Kathy Long of New Cumberland and Kim Thomas of Biglerville; grandchildren, Chris Wagaman, Kara McCauslin, Timothy Smith, Kelly King, Andrew Smith, Angela Wert, Benjamin Long, Samuel Long, Jonathan Matas, and Ethan Thomas; and great-grandchildren, Sarah Mummert, Adam Wagaman, Jake McCauslin, Emma McCauslin, Lance Smith, Nadalie King, Hunter Smith, Georgia Smith, Madison Wert, Caleb Wert, and Asher Long.

James Edward “Jim” Green, 68, of Taneytown, passed away April 21 at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. Surviving are sister, Judy Frock and husband Jim; nephew, Jason Frock and wife Denise; and great-niece, Taylor Frock, all of Taneytown.

Thelma F. Gross, 102, of New Windsor, formerly of Round Mountain, TX, passed away April 27 at Golden Crest Assisted Living in Westminster. She was the wife of the late Howard M. Gross. Surviving are brother-in-law, Raymond Gross; niece, Patricia Parks; nephews, Darius Gross, Mark Gross, Charles Gross, Frederick Gross and their families; cousin, Theodore R. Koons, Jr. and family.

Christine E. “Teenie” Hagarman, 79, of McSherrystown, passed away April 27 at her home. She was the wife of Donald G. Hagarman. Also surviving are children, Brent Hagarman of New Oxford, Gregory Hagarman and his wife Kathy of Hanover, Mindy Millheim and her husband Lonnie, and Douglas Hagarman, all of McSherrystown, and Patrick Hagarman and his wife Stacey of Hanover; grandchildren, Mark, Amanda, Eric, Erica, Tyler, Ryan, Samantha, Alissa and Emma; great-grandchildren, Khloe and Hayden; siblings, Merle Weaver and his wife Jan, Stephen Weaver and his wife Toni, all of Mcsherrystown, Pamela Shoff and her husband Brad of Dover, and Scott Weaver and his wife Michelle of Myrtle Beach, SC.

A. Madeline Haifley, 94, of Gettysburg, passed away April 26 at the Gettysburg Center. She was the widow of J. Roy Haifley. Surviving are son, R. Wayne Haifley and his wife, Kelly of Biglerville; grandchildren, Christopher Hertz, Diane Dean, Sally Miller, and Ashley Hertz; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and brother, Harold Simpson of Hanover.

Margaret R. Hankewycz, 72, passed away April 21 at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. She was the wife of George M. Hankewycz, Sr., formerly of Baltimore. Margaret is survived by children, Mark and his wife, Jennifer of Frederick, MD, Annette and her husband, Garnet of Chambersburg, Nikki and her husband, Charles of Pocomoke City, MD, David of Lancaster, and Kevin of Hanover; grandchildren, Chris and wife, Kristen of Hanover, Mark Alexander of Frederick, MD, Beka and Katelyn Kline of Pocomoke City, MD, Dylan of Hanover, and Emily of Tennessee; brothers, John Andrewzywski and wife, Sandy of York, and Raymond Andrewzywski of Baltimore; nieces and nephews.

Geneva (Jean) Harner, 90, passed away April 18 in Melbourne, FL. She is survived by her husband, Malcolm A. Harner; daughter, Linda (G. Melvin) Mills of Melbourne, FL; and sister, Juanita Smith of Salisbury, MD.

Lloyd Seibert Hawbaker, 92, of Gettysburg, passed away April 24. His wife, Mary Louise (Sanders) Hawbaker, preceded him in death. Lloyd is survived by daughter, Carol Kelley and husband Steve of Gettysburg; sons, L. Stephen Hawbaker of Biglerville, and Dennis Hawbaker and his wife Lisa of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Jennifer Chenault, Scott Kelley, Gregg Kelley, Allison Kelley, Tamarah Bair, Amy Vail, Krista Hawbaker, Kelsey Hawbaker, Nathan Hawbaker, Jason Hawbaker and Rachel Palmer; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews, including John Hawbaker, Marshall Hawbaker and Michael Hawbaker; brother-in-law, Robert J. Sanders of Lancaster.

Pauline K. Hoffman, 90, of York, passed away at SpiriTrust Lutheran Village at Sprenkle Drive April 22. She is survived by sister-in-law, Charlotte Hoffman of Spring Grove; nieces and nephew; and great- and great-great-nieces and -nephews.

Todd D. Hoover, 45, of New Oxford, passed away April 21 at home. He was the husband of Barbara J. (Smith) Hoover. He was a son of Glenn H. and Shirley E. (Wolf) Hoover of Hanover. Todd is also survived by son, Ethan D. Hoover of New Oxford; sister, Patty Wolf of Littlestown; brother, Marty Hoover of York; and extended family members.

David D. Houseknecht, 64, of Reisterstown, passed away April 21 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth “Betty” Houseknecht; son, Eric (Jennifer) Houseknecht of Reisterstown; daughter, Ashley (David) Barnes of South Bend, IN; grandchildren, Zolie Houseknecht, Sariah, Jean, Julien and Seline Barnes; and sister, Laurie Houseknecht of Red Lion.

Christopher R. “Chris” Jones, 26, of Gettysburg, passed away April 25 at home. He was the son of Robert and Melissa (Ross) Jones, of Gettysburg. Chris is also survived by paternal grandmother, Sandra Jones, Lutherville, MD; maternal grandfather, Edward John Ross, Jr., Pasadena, MD; uncles, Jack (Cindy) Ross, Taneytown, Ed Jones, Lutherville, MD, and Joe (Christie) Jones, Honduras; cousins, Kelly (Kevin) O’Brien and son Cole, Hanover, and Matthew, Tyler, Liam and Riley Jones, all living in Honduras; aunts, uncles and cousins.

Linda Lee Kauffman, 68, of New Windsor, passed away April 21 at the Select Specialty Hospital of York. She is survived by her husband, Charles Kauffman; daughters, Tammy Carrico Reyes of Marriottsville, Ashlea Kauffman of Reisterstown; son, Brandt Kauffman and wife Wing of Carney; sisters, Beverly McGraw and Darlene Fleming; brother, Eugene L. Young, Jr. of Westminster; and grandson, Brock Carrico of Marriottsville.

Thomas A. Kennedy, 81, of York, passed away April 26 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home in York.

Richard A. “Porky” Leonard, 81, of Finksburg, passed away April 26 at his residence. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Leonard; children, Cheryl J. (Leonard) Collins, Richard Leonard, Jr., Jeffrey Leonard, Lora Wean, and Leslie Leonard Jenkens; sister, Mildred Leonard Riceberg; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Glines V. “Dennis” Maggard, 69, of Gettysburg, passed away April 23 at York Hospital. He was the husband of the late Veronica L. (Petrey) Maggard. Dennis is survived by son, Van Maggard, Jr and his wife Connie of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Shawna Maggard, Matt Maggard, Bradley Maggard and Clayton Lester; great-grandchildren, Jeremy Hawk, Joseph Hawk, Teagan Maggard, and Daniel Lester; and sister, Ginny Shultz of East Berlin.

Harvey Edwin “Tiger” Marshall, Jr., 77, of Reisterstown, passed away April 22 at the Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. He was the husband of Eula Renfro Marshall; father of Amy Lewis (Bo), Dr. Harvey E. Marshall III, Julie Cobert and Thomas Marshall; grandfather of Edward Lewis, Tara Lewis Bisciotti (Jason), Caroline Cobert, Claire Cobert, Elizabeth Marshall, Katie Marshall, Harrison Marshall, Harvey Marshall IV and Thomas Marshall, Jr.; and brother of Carolyn Marshall Snawder.

Rev. John W. McCarty, 82, of Hanover, passed away April 22 at his home.

Edith Ellen (Noel) McDermitt, of Hanover, passed away April 27. She was the widow of George R. McDermitt, Sr. Surviving are children: George R. McDermitt, Jr. and his wife, Joyce of York Springs, Suzanne V. Kurtz and her husband, Dave of Glenville, Joan L. Miller, Edith Springfloat and Carol O. McDermitt, all of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.

Eleanor Margaret Llewellyn Poole, 86, of Sykesville. She was the wife of  Harvey Poole. Surviving are siblings, Raymond Llewellyn, Mary Lou Preston, Albertus P. Llewellyn, Jr.; daughters, Linda Healey, Janet Poole, and Denise Meyers; sons-in-law, Gene Healey and Wayne Meyers; grandchildren, Robert Veit, Jay Groomes, Arthur Healey, Nicholas Clark, and Brandon Reeves; and great-grandson, Miles Anthony Groomes.

Antoinette Mary Presti, 97, of Westminster, passed away at Carroll Dove House April 24. She was the wife of the late Samuel Presti. Antoinette is survived by daughter, Catherine Shockney and her husband Larry; sisters, Teresa Iubatti and Angela Callahan; grandchildren, Carey Wargo and her husband Todd, Bryan Shockney, and Steven Shockney and his wife Jessica; great-grandchildren, Lauryn Wargo, Marisa Wargo, Violet Shockney, and Juliette Shockney; nieces and nephews.

Joseph C. Rang, 89, of Hanover, passed away April 22 at Hanover Hospital. He was the husband of Rosella Baublitz Rang. Also surviving are children, Michael J. Rang and his wife, Sharon of Gettysburg, and Theresa Ann Rang of New Oxford; grandchildren, Tracy L. Mummert and his wife, Sonja of New Oxford, Craig M. Rang and his wife, Julie of Dover, and Christopher J. Rang and his wife, Kayla of McSherrystown; and great-grandchildren, Adley Katherine and Cooper Elliott Rang of Dover.

Betty Arlene Reaver, 76, of Hanover, passed away April 23 at her home. She is survived by children, Patricia A. Reaver of Hanover and Thomas A. Reaver of McSherrystown; sister, Anna Kime of New Oxford; and brothers, Kenneth Snyder of Dover, Donald Snyder of Hanover, James Snyder of McSherrystown, and Jack Snyder of Hanover.

Arthur Leroy Ruby, 89, of Hampstead, passed away April 21 at the Golden Living Center in Westminster. He was the husband of Geraldine May Seipp. Arthur is also survived by son, Steven Leroy Ruby and wife Ellen of Millers; grandchildren, Angela Auchey and husband Ryan and Jessica Ruby; great-grandson, Laim Auchey; and siblings Edith Gardener of New Oxford, Russell Ruby of Hampstead, and Paul Milton Ruby of Virginia.

Edward Friedrich Senkbeil, 38, of Upperco, passed away April 24 in his home. He was the husband of Sonya (Zito) Senkbeil, and a son of Kenneth Robert Senkbeil of Fawn Grove, PA, and the late Kaye Elaine (Crum) Senkbeil. Ed is also survived by children, Savannah Senkbeil of Stewarstown, Rebecca Senkbeil, Edward V. Senkbeil, Mackenzie Senkbeil and Ezekiel Senkbeil, all of Upperco; stepson, Zachary Crigger of Upperco; and siblings, Jeff Senkbeil of Alamagorda, NM, Clare Compher of Fawn Grove, PA, Allison Bryant of Tampa, FL, Gregory Senkbeil of York, Michael Senkbeil of York, Jordan Senkbeil of Annville, PA, Joe Hamilton of York, Kathy Kroft of Glen Rock.

Paula Jane Shipley, 48, of Hampstead, passed away April 22 at the Howard County General Hospital in Columbia. She was the daughter of Althea Snyder Zepp of Westminster and the late Paul F. Zepp. Also surviving are brother and sister-in-law, Tim and Judy Zepp of Manchester; sisters and brother-in-law, Debra Eckard of Westminster and Pam and Michael Nicewarmer of Charlestown, WV.

Nathle Virginia Stahl, 93, of Westminster, passed away April 25 at Carroll Hospice Dove House, Westminster. She was wife of the late Walter Stahl. Nathle  is survived by son, Thomas A. Jamart and his wife Saundra G. of Westminster; daughter, Nathle P. Johnson and her husband James E. Johnson II, of York; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; siblings, Norwood Griffin, Charles Griffin and his wife Olga, Nancy McDermott, Nelda Prather, Regina Griffin; nieces and nephews.

Wayne Stockslager, 62, of Fairfield, passed away April 23 at the Waynesboro Hospital. He is survived by his mother, Viola Sims of Woodbridge, VA; sons, Wayne Stockslager, Jr. and his wife Melissa of Taneytown, Tony Stockslager and his wife Melinda of Westminster, Westley Stockslager of Fairfield, and Glen Stockslager of Springfield, VA; partner, Nina Maddy of Fairfield; grandchildren, Emory Stockslager, Gene Stockslager, Lauren Stockslager, and Emma Stockslager; and sister, Betty Stockslager of Front Royal, VA.

Grace E. Stowell, 92, of East Berlin, passed away April 24 at the York hospital. She was the wife of the late James L. Stowell. Grace is survived by daughter, Darlene Diggs of York; son, Raymond C. Eskridge and his wife Janice of Waldorf, MD; grandchildren, Chelle, Sly and Nicole; great-grandchildren; and sisters, Janet Myers of New Oxford and Verda Mohn of Mont Alto.

Nalla Mae Studzinski, stillborn baby girl of Nikki L. Siebor and Zachary R. Studzinski, passed away April 21 at the Hanover Hospital. She is also survived by maternal grandparents, Kristina and Jonathan Williams of Bendersville; paternal grandparents, Chris and Carla Null of New Oxford; maternal great-grandmother, Judy Weikert of Fairfield; and paternal great-grandmother, Terry Livingston of Hanover.

Margaret “Marge” Winifred Stuhler, 93, of Owings Mills, passed away April 22. She was the wife of the late Joseph Nicholas Stuhler, Jr. Surviving are sons, Nick Stuhler of Sykesville, and Gary Stuhler and his wife Jerrie from Greencastle, PA; and grandchildren, Kyle, Kristin, Brandon, Molly, Josh and Jeremy.

Charles H. Weaver, 85, of Hanover, passed away April 23 at his home. He was the husband of Patricia M. (McMaster) Weaver. Also surviving are children, Michael Weaver and his wife Jill of New Oxford, Donna Groft and her husband Dan of Hanover, Wanda Gebhart and her husband Donald of New Oxford, Matthew Weaver and his wife Sharon of Hanover and June Keeseman and her husband Ron of Newburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and siblings, Lester Weaver and Julia Criswall, both of Hanover, Margaret Dennis of Dover, Loretta Laser of Delaware, and Carroll Weaver of New Oxford.

Robert James Wherley, 57, of Gettysburg, passed away April 25 at the Gettysburg Hospital. He was the son of James E. Wherley of Gettysburg and the late Sandra K. Kint, and the husband of Carol E. (Miller) Wherley. Robert is also survived by children, Jason Wherley of Gettysburg, and Casey Wherley, of Loganton, PA; granddaughter, Ravina Wherley; and brother, Daniel Wherley of Gettysburg.

Gail Hildreth White, 65, of Westminster, passed away April 23. She is survived by her husband, Dave White; daughters, Mattie Wilson (Eric), Sarah Miller (Jason), Melinda Fadden (Patrick); sons, Cameron White (Mary); sister, Sherry Hildreth; brother, Brian Hildreth (Cindi); nieces, nephews and many cousins including Patti McDonnell and Evelyn Cumm; and grandchildren, Anabelle, Violet and Bonnie Wilson, Caleb, Hannah and Emma Miller and Samuel Fadden.

Nathaniel E. “Ed” Wilt, 63, of Fairfield, passed away April 21 at Gettysburg Hospital. He is survived by daughter, Heather Wilt; grandsons, Adam and Ethan Becker; brothers, Clifford Wilt, Carroll and Lorainne Wilt, and Joel and Ellie Wilt; sisters, Aletha and David Strait, Halda and Ray Chestnut and Ann Miller; nieces and nephews.

Robert C. Wingert, Jr., 65, of Gettysburg, passed away at home April 21. He is survived by his wife, Mary E. (Pauley) Wingert; sons, Nathan R. Wingert and his wife Michelle of Lancaster, and Adam C. Wingert and wife Molly of Chambersburg; daughters, Tammy Van Wingerden and husband Andy of Virginia, and Nicole Sullivan of Chambersburg; sister, Susan Wingert of Chambersburg; and grandchildren: Aidan, Brady, Jack, Nolan, Eve, Milan, Natalia, Bella, Willow, Philip, Abigail, Joshua, Emily and Caleb.