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An expanded obituary project of MennObits.  Includes additional information of obituaries appearing in
The Mennonite and other newspapers.  
Source of individual obituaries given with each record.  Project managed by Thelma Martin.

2004 W-Z


Weaver, Galen M.;   Weaver, Hershey;   Weaver, Jonas M.;   Weaver, Lydia H. ; . . Weaver, Moses M. ; . .  Weaver, Olive;   Weaver, Raymond W; . . Weber, Mary H. Sensenig ; . . Wenger, Melinda Ann ; . . Wert, Boyd M. ; . . Yoder, David Eli ; . . Yoder, Edward Roy ; . .   Yoder, Lois L. Buzzard ; . . Yoder, Mary Elizabeth Beachy ; . . Zimmerman, Emma Z.;   Zimmerman, Titus N.;   Zimmerman, Vera Mae;   Zook, Daniel E.;   Zook, Levi S.;   Zook, Rachel F.;  


Weaver, Galen M
.

Born: 9-8-1975, Lebanon, Pa. Died: 5-5-2004, Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pa.

Husband of: Edna Fay Sensenig Weaver, who survives.  Son of: George Z. and Mary Jane Martin Weaver of Ephrata, Pa.

Other survivors: Brothers, Keith M., Derlyn M., Burnell M., all of Ephrata, Pa. Sister, Rose Elaine (David) Sauder of Selinsgrove, Pa. Paternal grandmother, Martha Zimmerman Weaver of Myerstown, Pa. Maternal grandparents, John Z. and Ella Zimmerman Martin of New Holland, Pa.

Galen was a member of Springville Mennonite Church, Ephrata, Pa.

Services: Springville Mennonite Church, Schoeneck (Ephrata), Pa. at 9:30 am with Bishop Lester B. Martin and Ministers, Wilmer R. Martin, Walter Z. Zimmerman dnd James W. Oberholtzer, officiating.  Interment in adjoining cemetery.
Original obituary may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published,
Saturday, May 8, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard



Weaver, Hershey


Born: 7-7-1913, East Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 4-27-2004, Ephrata, Pa.

Husband of: Lillian R. Sensenig Weaver (7-4-1913/3-4-1993/SS# 163-54-3946). Son of: Late Clayton and Mary Hershey Weaver.

Survivors: Sons, Richard L. (Mary Lou Usner) Weaver of Stevens, Pa., Donald L. (Jeanette Heller) Weaver, and Delmar R. (Linda Ginder) Weaver, both of Lititz, Pa.  Daughters, Eliane M. Weaver of Ephrata, Pa. and Jane L. (Mervin M.) Gingrich of Lititz, Pa.  Grandchildren: 13. Great-grandchildren: 25.  Brother, Lloyd (Vesta) Weaver of Ephrata, Pa. Sister, Mae Weaver of Ephrata, Pa.

Preceded in death by sisters, Elva Bowman, Elsie Witmer and Esther Hurst Hershey was a self employed poultry dealer. He was a member of Hammer Creek Mennonite Church, Lititz, Pa.

Services: Hammer Creek Mennonite Church, Hammer Creek Road, Lititz, Pa. on Friday, April 30, 2004, at 2 pm with Rev. Fred Heller, Rev. Samule Burkholder, and Rev. Wilmer Musser officiating. Interment in Weaverland Mennonite Church Cem., East Earl, Pa.

Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
 Intelligencer Journal, published
Wed. April 28, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Weaver, Jonas M
.

Born: 8-24-1924, Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 1-18-2004, Ephrata, Pa.

Husband of: Phebe L. Martin Weaver, who survives.  Son of: Jonas N. and Mary Martin Weaver.

Survivors: Besides his wife, sons, Joseph M. (Miriam Martin) Weaver of Denver, Pa., Daniel M. (Violet Martin) Weaver, Peter M. (Cheryl Brubaker) Weaver, both of Ephrata, Pa., Jonas M. of Federalsburg, Md., Nathan M. (Kim O'Donnell) Weaver of Eas Newmarket, Md., and Noah M. (Erma Zimmerman) Weaver of Orchard, Iowa; daughters, Eunice M. (Joseph S.) Weaver, Lois M. (Jacob) Beiler and Rhoda M. Weaver, all of Ephrata, and Joy M. (John) Shirk of Shippensburg, Pa.  Grandchildren: 77. Great grandchildren: 18. Brother, David M. (Lizzie Mae Auker) Weaver of Liverpool, Pa., and a sister, Barbara (Harvey S.) Martin of Ephrata, Pa.

Preceded in death by daughters Miriam and Phebe Weaver; brothers, Martin, John, Daniel, Rufus and Isaac; and sisters Mary Weaver Martin, Mattie Weaver Martin and Lizzie Weaver.

Jonas was a member of Weaver Mennonite Church, East Earl, Pa.

Services: From late residence 152 Meadow Valley Rd., Ephrata, Pa. on Wed. 1-21-2004 at 8:00 a.m. and further services at 9:30 a.m. at Weaver Mennonite Church, East Earl Twp. Intement in adjoining church cemetery.

Original obituary may be obtained from
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
published Monday, January 19-2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Weaver, Lydia H
.

Born: 4-21-1915, Hinkletown, Pa. Died: 3-17-2004, Ephrata, Pa.

Wife of: Jack Z. Weaver, who survives. Daughter of: Late David and Mary Ann High Fox.

Survivors: Sons, Harvey F. (Emma Fox) Weaver, David F. (Alda Nolt) Weaver, and Lloyd F. (Lena Zimmerman) Weaver, all of Ephrata, and Leroy F. (Edna Rissler) Weaver of Stevens, Pa.  One daughter, Mary F. Weaver, at home.  Grandchildren: 28.  Great-grandchildren: 30. Brothers, David H. Fox of Ephrata, J. Christian (Eva Stauffer) Fox of Shippensburg, Pa., and Floyd E. (Anna Mary Weaver) Fox of Stevens, Pa. Sisters, Fannie H. Sauder of Ephrata, Edith S. Bailey of Lititz, Pa. and Alice L. (John) Rissler of Leola, Pa.

Preceded in death by a daughter, Emma F. Weaver; brothers Ivan, Harvey, Raymond, and Henry Fox; and sisters, Edna Martin, Mary Ann Fox, and Emma Martin.

Lydia was a homemaker and member of Groffdale Mennonite Church, Groffdale Conference, Leola, Pa.

Burial: Groffdale Mennonite Church followed by burial in adjoining cemetery.

Original obituary may be obtained from
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
published Thursday, March 18, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard



Weaver, Moses M.
, 89, of Stevens, PA, died Sept 18, 2004 at Fairmount Homes Ephrata, PA. Born in East Earl Twp. Lancaster Co., PA to Joseph M. & Maria Z. Martin Weaver. His wife, Verna Gehman Weaver, married 67 years on June 5th. He was a member of the Denver Mennonite Church

Survivied by his wife, Verna and son, Mervin H/O Sheila Staub Weaver, 4 daughters: Irene, W/O Earl White, Evelyn, W/O James White, Elsie, W/O Marvin Stauffer, Esther Mae, W/O Leland Seibel, 17 grandchildren & 9 great-grandchildren, 2 brothers: Ammon, H/O Mary Weber Weaver, David, H/O Martha Kauffman Weaver.

Preceded in death by 8 brothers- Enos H., Harry H., Aaron H., Norman H., Joseph H., Clarence H., Martin M., & Allen M., and 4 sisters: Anna Oberholtzer, Lizzie Nolt, Bertha Weaver, & Mary Martin.

Funeral service was Sept 22, 2004 at the Denver Mennonite Church, Denver, PA. Interment in adjoining cemetery.

Source: GenealogyBuff.com Lancaster Co., PA
Obituary and Death Notice Collection
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Weaver, Olive


Born: 1-9-1909, Caernarvon Twp. Died: 7-2-2004, Lititz, Pa.

Wife of: Mark B. Weaver, who survives.  Daughter of: Late Horace K. and Susan S. Witmer Martin.

Other Survivors: A son, Arthur M. (Ruth Bollinger) Weaver, of New Holland, Pa.; and a daughter Susan (Andre) Wenger of Claremont, NH.
Grandchildren: 7.  Great-grandchildren: 14.

Preceded in death by: Brothers, Luke W., Guy W. and Barton Z. Martin.  Sisters, Irene Weber, Hope Parmer, Pearle Hillard, Mayme Baxter

Olive was a member of Goodville Mennonite Church, Goodville, Pa.

Services: Landis Homes Memorial Chapel, 1001 E. Oregon Road, Lititz, Pa. on Thursday, July 8, 2004, at 9:30 am. Interment in Goodville Mennonite Church Cem.

Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
published Monday, July 5, 2004.
Peggy Reichard




Weaver, Raymond W
.

Born: 8-5-1926, West Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 8-13-2004, Lancaster, Pa.

Husband of: M. Arlene Rutt Weaver, who survives.  Son of: Late Luke S. and Anna Martin Weaver. Stepson of Anna Mary Eberly Weaver, who survives.

Other survivors: Sons, Fred (Sara Snader) Weaver, and Gerald (Judy Martin) Weaver, both of East Earl, Pa., and Timothy (Carol Leaman) Weaver of New Holland, Pa.  A daughter, Ann Weaver of East Earl.
Grandchildren: 8.  Great-grandchildren: 2.  Brothers, Irwin (Esther Martin) Weaver, and Luke Jr. (Pauline Martin)
Weaver, both of Ephrata, Pa., Emory (Joan Hahn) Weaver of Denver, Pa., and Lloyd (Naomi Nolt) Weaver of New Holland.  Sisters, Miriam (Lester) Weaver of Leola, Pa., Edith (Paul) Gehman of Ephrata, Pa., Thelma (Nelson) Hershey of Mountville, Pa., and Rosene (Leonard) Martin of New Holland, Pa.

Preceded in death by sisters, Pearl Eberly and Pauline Weaver; and brother, Charles W. Weaver.

Raymond was a member of Weaverland Mennonite Church, East Earl, where he was a trustee, usher and Sunday School secretary.

Services: Weaverland Mennonite Church on Tuesday, August 17, 2004, at 10:00 am with Rev. Leon Hurst and Rev. Keith Weaver officiating. Interment in adjoining cem.
Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published
Monday, August 16, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Weber, Mary H. Sensenig
, 92, of Mohnton, Lancaster County, PA, died Saturday, March 27, 2004 at Fairmount Homes Epharta, PA. Born in Martindale, PA to Daniel and Mary Alice Hurst Sensenig. On May 14 she would have celebrated her 72nd wedding anniversary to Andrew G. Weber. She was a member of Bowmansville Mennonite Church.

Survivied by her husband and four sons, Floyd, married to Salinda Stoltzfus Weber of Denver, Leon, married to Norma Frees Weber of Reinholds, John, married to Janet Frey Weber of Lititz, and Glenn, married to Lucy Yoder Weber of Mohnton; five daughters, Margaret, married to Glenn B. Gockley of Mohnton, Mildred, married to Herbert Horning of Reinholds, Mae, married to John Z. Weaver of Mohnton, Bernice, married to Daniel Valverde of Mohnton, and Linda, married to Larry J. Snader of Harrisonburg, VA; 31 Grandchildren; 68 Great Grandchildren; two Great Great Grandchildren; and a sister, Mae, married to Lloyd Martin of East Earl.

Preceding her in is two brothers, Oliver and Elmer Sensenig; two sisters, Bertha Eckert, and Ruth Reed; a grandson, Nelson Gockley; and a great grandson, Trevor Gockley.

Funeral service was March 31, 2004 at the Bowmansville Mennonite Church, East Earl, PA, with the Reverend Chester Yoder and the Reverend Ken Witmer officiating. Interment was in the adjoining church cemetery.

Source: GenealogyBuff.com Lancaster Co., PA
Obituary and Death Notice Collection, March 27, 2004
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Wenger, Melinda Ann


Born: 2-15-1992, Lancaster, Pa. Died: 8-17-2004, McConnellsburg, Pa.

Daughter of: Irvin G. and Anna Kuhns Wenger.  She attended Meadow Green Mennonite Church, Three Springs, Pa.

Other survivors: A Brother, Dwight Wenger, at home.  Sisters, Rachelle, Alissa, Melanie, Lorelle and Jessica, all at home Paternal Grandparents, Menno and Anna Wenger of Millersville, Pa.  Maternal Grandparents, Samuel and Janice Kuhns of Greencastle, Pa. Maternal Great-grandparents, Harvey and Edna Kuhns of Chambersburg, Pa. Maternal Step great-grandfather, Sidney Gingerich of Myerstown, Pa.

Melinda drowned in a pool on the family farm, at Three Springs, Pa.

Services. Monday, August 23, 2004, at 10 a.m. at Immanuel Bible Church, RD, Three Springs, with Melvin Horst, Daryl Bair, Nelson Haldeman and Larry Haldeman officiating. Interment in Meadow Green Mennonite Cem.,
Three Springs, Pa.
Original obituary may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published
Friday, August 20. 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Wert, Boyd M.
, 92, of Lititz, PA formerly of Smoketown, PA died May 27, 2004 at Landis Homes. He was born in Juniata Co., PA to Henry W. and Katie B. (Musser) Wert.

His wife, Martha R. (Groff) Wert, died in 1997. He was a member of Groffdale Mennonite Church where he had served as a deacon from 1970-80, and also as a Sunday School teacher.

Surviving are a son, Dr. Nelson E., married to Susan (Stauffer) Wert, of Townsend, Montana; and a daughter, L. Ann, married to Dr. Donald M. Shellenberger of Lancaster, PA; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by three sisters, Lydia M. Kauffman, Anna M. Zendt, and Mary E. Wert; and six brothers, Michael W., John L., Paul M., Henry R., Jacob M. and Earl M. Wert.

Funeral Service was June 5, 2004, at Landis Homes West Bethany Chapel, Lititz, PA, with the Pastors Jim Leaman, Charles Wert and Chaplain Donald Good officiating.. Interment was in the Groffdale Mennonite Cemetery. Leola, PA

Source: Genealogybuff.com..Lancaster Co., PA
Obituary & Death Notice Collection
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Yoder, David Eli
, 44, of Bittinger, Maryland, died June 23, 2004 at Garrett County Memorial Hospital, Oakland, Maryland. Born December 24, 1959, in Montezuma, Georgia, to Edwin E. Yoder, Montezuma and the late Sara (Brenneman) Yoder. On August 1, 1986, he was united in marriage to Sandra Bender of Bittinger, and then became a member of the Dry Run Mennonite Church, now known as the Bittinger Mennonite Church.

His is survived by his wife, Sandra; two daughters, Sherri and Sheila; two sons, Ryan and Karlyn, all of home; seven brothers, Ivan Ray, Stanley, Melvin Paul, twin brothers, Marlin and Mark; his twin, Dale and Wesley, and two sisters, Leila Fern Yoder and Darlene Yoder, all of Montezuma, Georgia; 14 nieces; 13 nephews; 3 great-nieces; and 2 great-nephews.

He was preceded in death by two brothers, Kenneth and Norman Yoder; and one nephew Darrin Yoder.

Funeral service was June 26, 2004 at the Bittinger Mennonite Church with the Rev. Keith Yoder, Rev. Leonard Orendorf and Rev. Herman Yoder officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery

Source: Newman Funeral Homes, P.A.
Grantsville, Maryland
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Yoder, Edward Roy
, 77, Grantsville, Md., died March 22, 2004, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland, Md. Born June 2, 1926, in Defiance, Ohio, to Bert and Sue (Bontrager) Yoder. His first wife, Norma (Miller) Yoder; his seconded wife was Esther (Beachy) Yoder, Mr. Yoder was a member of Cherry Glade Mennonite Church, where he served in various church activities and committees and was currently president of the Cherry Glade Medical Sharing Plan.

Mr. Yoder is survived by his wife, Esther (Beachy) Yoder; one son, Dennis Yoder and wife, Mona Lee, Meyersdale; two daughters, Ardith Deal and husband, Terry, Salisbury; Bernice Garlitz and husband, David, Grantsville; one brother, Clayton Yoder, Springs; four sisters, Ruth Yoder, Grantsville; Irene Maust and husband, Jonas, Walnut Creek, Ohio; Martha Yoder and husband, Norman, Grantsville; Mary Miller and husband, Ivan, Greenwood, Del.; and four grandchildren, Mike, Kristi and Megan Garlitz and Katie Deal.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Norma; one daughter, Cynthia; one granddaughter, Marcie Ann Deal and one sister, Rhoda Yoder.

Funeral service was March 26, 2004 at Cherry Glade Mennonite Church. The Rev. Barry Maust, the Rev. Ivan J. Maust and the Rev. Joe Byler officiating. Interment will be in Oak Dale Cemetery, Salisbury, Maryland

Source: Newman Funeral Homes, P.A.
Grantsville, Md.
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Yoder, Lois L. Buzzard
Aug. 16,1914-Jan. 10, 2004

ELKHART - Lois L. Yoder, 89, of Hubbard Hill Estates, died at her residence at 10:13 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 10, 2004). She was born on Aug. 16, 1914, in Metamora, Ill., to Alpha and Cora (Shoemaker) Buzzard. She married Lloyd K. Yoder on Oct. 21, 1938 in Elkhart. He died on Aug. 28, 2002.

Survivors include a niece, Linda L. Yoder of Albuquerque, N.M., who became part of the Yoder family after the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado; a great-niece, Susan, J. Lehman of Norfolk, Va.; and a sister. Ruth Hemingway of Goshen.

Friends may call from noon Wednesday at Hubbard Hill Estates until the service at 2 p.m. The Rev. Wayne Speicher and the Rev. Orville Banks of Hubbard Hill will officiate. Burial will be in Prairie Street Cemetery.

Walley-Mills -Zimmerman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Yoder was a homemaker. She was a member of Beulah Missionary Church and was active in many church services. She was a member of the Happy Homemakers Club and a graduate of Concord High School.

Memorials may be given to Beulah Missionary Church, the Alzheimer's Association or to the Memory care Unit at Hubbard Hill Estates.

The Elkhart Truth, Elkhart, IN, Jan. 12, 2004
Submitted by: Thelma Hoover Martin



Yoder, Mary Elizabeth Beachy
, 83, of Grantsville, Maryland, died April 1, 2004, at her home. Born July 15, 1920 at Elk Lick Township, Pennsylvania, to Moses and Lucy (Miller) Beachy. Her husband, Henry Eli Yoder whom she married May 25, 1947. She was a member of Mountain View Christian Fellowship and an avid writer of family histories and children's books

Survived by her husband, Henry two sons, Joseph A. Yoder, Scottdale, PA, Eli Moses Yoder, Grantsville, MD; two daughters, R. Sharon Yoder, Grantsville, MD, Joanna "Jan" Schrock, Salisbury, PA; and 9 grandchildren.

Mrs. Yoder was a retired Book Store Manager at Yoder's, Incorporated.. Mrs. Yoder loved flowers, all nature, music and children.

Funeral service was April 5, 2004 at the Mountain View Christian Fellowship with the Rev. Simon Schrock officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

Source: Newman Funeral Homes, P.A.
Grantsville, MD
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler



Zimmerman, Emma Z.


Born: 6-27-1928, Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 6-11-2004, Lititz, Pa.

Wife of: Paul M. Zimmerman, who survives.  Daughter of: David H. and Emma Z. Zimmerman Sensenig.

Other survivors: Sons, Marlin Ray (Mary Sensenig) Zimmerman of Lancaster, Pa., and Paul Eugene (Brenda Horst) Zimmerman of Lititz, Pa.
Daughters, Nora Jane (Marlin) Martin of Lititz, Mary Anne (Harvey) Fox of Lititz, Carla Mae (Neal) Shirk of Lititz, Emma Joyce (Gary) Sauder of
Stevens, Pa. and Grace Elaine (Fred) High of Lititz.  Grandchildren: 28.  Great-grandchildren: 9.  Brothers, Ivan Z. (Anna Mary Weaver) Sensenig of Denver, Pa., Adam Z. (Mary Lou Martin) Sensenig of New Holland, Pa., Earl Ray (Mary Weaver) Sensenig of New Holland, and Lloyd Z. (Alta Martin) Sensenig of Ephrata, Pa. Sisters, Mary Z. (Aaron W.) Hurst of Ephrata, Vera Z. (Elmer W.) Hoover of New Holland, Anna Z. Nolt of Peach Bottom, Pa., Nora Z. (Isaac W.) Martin of Ephrata, Ella Z. (Ammon H.) Hoover of Manheim, Pa., and Erla Mae Burkholder of Ephrata.

Preceded in death by three sons, Elmer J., Leon Merle and Wilmer Lynn; a brother, John Z. Sensenig, and a sister, Alta Z. Sensenig

Emma was a Member of Hammer Creek Mennonite Church, Lititz, Pa.

Services: Hammer Creek Mennonite Church, on Tuesday, 6-15-2004, at 11 am with Wilmer S. Musser, Fred G. Heller, Samuel S. Burkholder
officiating. Interment in Weaverland Mennonite Cem., East Earl, Pa.

Original obituary may be obtained
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal
published Saturday June 12, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard




Zimmerman, Titus N
.

Born: 12-18-1924, Stevens, Pa.  Died: 7-28-2004, Stevens, Pa.

Husband of: Ursula B. Denlinger Zimmerman, who survives.  Son of: Late Mahlon and Esther Nolt Zimmerman.

Other survivors: Sons, Robert (Linda Bowman) Zimmerman of Stevens, Pa., Mark (Lucille Martin) Zimmerman of Ephrata, Pa., Roy (Esther Sollenberger) Zimmerman of Lititz, Pa., and Clair (Michelle Botz) Zimmerman of Denver, Pa.  Daughters, Marie (Glenn) Miller of Honesdale, Pa. and Sharon (Dale) Good of Stevens, Pa.
Grandchildren: 28.  Great-grandchildren: 14.  A brother, Mahlon Jr. (Rozanne Landis) Zimmerman of Akron, Pa.
Sisters, Alverna (Earl) Mast of Parkesburg, Pa. and Rhoda (Robert) Landis of Leola, Pa.

Preceded in death by a brother James Zimmerman, and a sister, Ruth Zimmerman.

Titus was a member of Ephrata Mennonite Church where he served as deacon form 1964 to 1989.  He was a self employed dairy farmer.

Services: Ephrata Mennonite Church, Monday, August 2, 2004, at 10:00 am.  Interment in Metzler Mennonite Church Cem., Ephrata, Pa.
Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published Friday,
July 30, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by Peggy Reichard



Zimmerman, Vera Mae


Born: 1-25-1930, East Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.  Died: 7-26-2004, Ephrata, Pa.

Wife of: Ivan Zimmerman, who survives.  Daughter of: Late Aaron Z. and Katie Wise Snader.

Other survivors: Son, Ivan R.Jr. (Cherly Sawrzentruber) Zimmerman of Sarasota, Fla. Daughters, Darleen K. Zimmerman of Sarasota, and D. Jeanie (H. Brian) Risser of Elizabethtown, Pa.  Grandchildren: 6.
Sisters, Ruth Getz and Fay (Earl) Martin, both of East Earl; Anna (Wilmer) Burkhart, and Karhryn (Chester) Hurst, both of Cherry Hill. Brothers, Ray (Delores) Snader of East Earl, Melvin (Yvonne) Snader of Leola, Pa., and Kenneth (Mary Ellen) Snader of Akron, Pa.

Preceded in death by brothers, Lloyd and Aaron Snader.

Vera was a member of Goodville Mennonite Church.

Services: Goodville Mennonite Church, Route 23, Goodville, Pa. on Friday, July 30, 2004, at 10 am with Pastor Harold S. Reed officiating.  Burial: Weaverland Mennonite Cem., East Earl, Pa.
Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal published Tuesday,
July 27, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Zook, Daniel E.


Born: 7-3-1995, Quarryville, Lancaster Co., Pa.  Died: 3-28-2004, Quarryville, Pa.  Son of: Leah Ebersol Zook and late Levi L. Zook

He attended the Old Order Amish Church.

Other survivors: Brothers, Mervin, Jonatha, Eli, Samuel Zook.  Grandparents: Eli and Lydia Ebersol of Strasburg, Pa.
Paternal grandparents: Daniel and Mary Zook of Paradise, Pa.

Burial: Bart Amish Cem., Georgetown, Pa.
Services: From the late home 443 Eden Road, Quarryville, Pa. on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 11 am, followed by interment
Original obituary may be obtained from
 Intelligencer Journal, published
March 29, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard, Mountville, Pa




Zook, Levi S
.

Born: 10-28-1931, Honey Brook Twp. Died: 4-27-2004, Lancaster, Pa.

Husband of: Elizabeth H. Beiler Zook, who survives.  Son of: Late Moses B. and Malinda Stoltzfus Zook.

Other survivors: Sons, Elmer (Rachel Beiler) Zook of Strasburg, Pa., Moses Zook of Paradise, Pa., Levi S. Jr. (Barbara Riehl) Zook of Marshall, Ind., Andrew Wilbur (LaVerda Fry) Zook, and Elam Zook both of Port Royal, Pa., and Samuel (Mary Stoltzfus) Zook of Quarryville, Pa. Daughters, Annie Zook of Lancaster, Pa. and Esther (Levi J.) Fisher of Quarryville, Pa.  Grandchildren: 24.  Brothers, Henry (Rose Ellen Eash) Zook of Sarasota, Fla. and Amos (Mary Lapp) Zook of Quarryville, Pa.  Sisters, Priscilla (Amos) Beiler of Danville, Pa. and Mary (Abram) King of Lancaster, Pa.

Preceded in death by a son, John B. Zook, a borther John Zook, and a sister Jemima Zook.

Levi was a carpenter and member of Old Order Amish Church.

Services: From the late home 1079 Holtwood Road, Quarryville, Pa. on Thursday at 11:00 am.  Intement in Drumore Amish Cem., Drumore, Pa.
Original obituary may be obtained from
Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
published Wed., April 28, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Zook, Rachel F
.

Born: 2-5-1918, Gap, Pa. Died: 7-4-2004, Kinzers, Pa.

Wife of: Joel Z. Zook, who survives.  Daughter of: Late John K. and Sarah Fisher Glick

Other survivors: Sons, Christian B. (Sarah Fisher) Zook, and Emanuel G. (Susie Stoltzfus) Zook, both of Kinzers, and John Joel (Debbie Paul) Zook of New Providence, Pa.  A daughter, Emma G. (Moses B.) Glick of Lancaster, Pa. Grandchildren: 37  Great-grandchildren: 51  Stepgrandchildren: 2
Brothers, Christ Glick of Gap, Pa. and David (Lavina) Glick of Middlebury,  Ind.  A sister, Emma (Abner) Zook of Womelsdorf, Pa.

Preceded in death by a daughter, Anna King and a son, Jacob; 3 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Rachel was a member of Old Order Amish Church. 

Services: From the late home, 944 A. Gap Road, Kinzers, Pa. on Tuesday, July 6, 2004, at 11:00 am. Interment in Buena Vista Amish Cem., Salsibury Twp., Lancaster County, Pa.

Submitted by: Peggy Reichard

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