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An expanded obituary project of MennObits.  Includes additional information of obituaries appearing in
The Mennonite and other newspapers.  
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 1996 - I to K

   Kreider, Harold H.;  

Kreider, Harold H.
, 61, of Elizabethtown, PA died August 6, 1996, at home. He was born in Lancaster Co., PA , to Elmer K. and Mary A. Herr Kreider. He was the husband of Martha Miller Kreider.

A member of Miners Village Mennonite Church Cornwall, PA.

Survived by his wife Martha and six sons, Jerry D., husband of Iva Lynn Gehman Kreider of Manheim, PA; Arnold W., husband of Rachel Kauffman Kreider of Metter, GA, Nelson, husband of Dorothy Kauffman Kreider, and Harold R., husband of Carolyn Haldeman Kreider, both of Thompsontown, PA; Daniel L., husband of Eunice Rohrer Kreider of Sudlersville, MD, and Nevin P., at home; three daughters, Grace E., wife of Elton Gehman of Thompsontown, PA; Gloria J., wife of Noah Boyle of  Elizabethtown, PA and Lois E., at home; and 32 grandchildren. Also surviving are seven brothers, Mervin H. of Denver, PA; Lloyd H. of Kirkwood, PA; Elmer H. of East Berlin, PA; Franklin H. and Clyde H., both of Lancaster, PA and Norman H. and John H., both of Harrisonburg, VA; and three sisters, Elva M., wife of Eli Breneman of Manheim, PA; Esther M., wife of James Siegrist of Wernersville, PA; and Edith A., wife of Elvin Denlinger of Holtwood, PA.

Funeral service was August 9, 1996 at White Oak Mennonite Church, with the following ministers of Miners Village Mennonite Church officiating: Stanley Wine, Earnest Wine, Daniel Binkley and Jessie Neuenschwander. Interment was in White Oak Mennonite Cemetery, Manheim, PA.
Source: The Juniata Sentinel Mifflintown, PA August 14, 1996
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler

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