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Elsie M. ; . .
Kolb, Helen I. Clemmer ; . .
West Clinton Mennonite
where she was active with Mennonite Women,
, 40, Wauseon, died Saturday afternoon, July 28, 2001,
College of Ohio Hospital, Toledo
where she was a patient since June 12.
Born May 10, 1961, in Lowville, N.Y.
, she was a daughter of Lloyd
and Minnie (Gerig) Chaffee, and married Mark Kennedy on Feb. 14, 1982.
lived most of her lifetime in the Wauseon area, and provided day care
She had served as newsletter editor for MOPS, and was a member of the
Surviving is her husband, Mark; one
son, Matt Kennedy; one daughter, Samantha Kennedy, both at home; her
Minnie Chaffee, Wauseon; three sisters; Mrs. David (Twila) Stoltzfus,
Larry (Betty) Sutter, both of Harrisonburg,
Va., and Mrs. Vern
Memorial services are today,
Wednesday, 11 a.m. at the West
Clinton Mennonite Church.
James Roynon and
Edward Diener are the officiating pastors. Burial will precede in the Pettisville Cemetery.
Buckeye, 1 Aug 2001
by: Mona Mann
ARCHBOLD - Elsie M. Klopfenstein,
87, Archbold, died
Saturday morning [Nov. 10,2001] at Heartland of Wauseon, where she had
She was born Aug. 14, 1914, near Archbold, the daughter of
Aaron and Mary (Short) Grieser. In 1937, she married Alton
survives. She worked for 20 years at Superior Carbon, West Unity, where
retired, and at the former Jim's Red and White. She was a member of Central Mennonite Church,
Also surviving are a son, Merle, Archbold; two daughters,
Mrs. Charles (Sharon) Lantz of Archbold
Tom (Shirley) Nafziger, Hampton,
S.C.; two sisters, Mrs.
(Clela) Stoll and Mrs. Leonard (Lois) King, both of Archbold; and 15
grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and two great-stepgrandchildren.
Preceding her in death were a son, Roger; two daughters,
Linda Nafziger, and infant, Connie; a brother, Ernest Grieser; four
Leora Nafziger, and Verna, Mable Ann and Ada Grieser.
Submitted by: Mona Mann
A memorial service will be held at 11
a.m. Tuesday in the
church with Revs. Jeffrey Smith, Cliff Brubaker and Charles Gautsche
officiating. Burial is an hour prior to services Tuesday in Pettisville Cemetery
Visitation is from 2-9 p.m. Monday in Short Funeral Home, Archbold.
Kolb, Helen I. Clemmer, 91, of spring City, PA., died July 31, 2001, in his residence. Born in Boyertown, PA to Harvey and Eva (Herbst) Clemmer. Her husband was Samuel G. Kolb. She lived in Spring City for more than 70 years, formerly of Barto. She was a long-term member of the Vincent Mennonite Church, Spring City. PA
Surviving are five daughters, Evelyn, wife of the late Robert Parson, of Oaks, Phyllis, wife of Clifford Miller, of Allen, MD, Wilma, wife of Stanley Keller, of Sellersville, Emily, wife of Alton Long, of Pottstown, and Gail, wife of James Alderfer of Telford; two sons, Linwood, huband of Alverda (Blank) Kolb, of Pottstown, and Russell, husband of Ruby (Poper) Kolb, of Spring City; a brother, Daniel Longacre, of Bally; 22 grandchildren; and 35 great-grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her adopted parents, John S. and Anna Longacre; two sons, Wayne and Glenn; a great-grand-daughter, Esther Parson; and five brothers, Melvin Clemmer, Linwood Clemmer, Paul E. Longacre, John E. Longacre, and Arland Longacre.
Funeral service was August 3, 2001 at the Vincent Memmonite Church, Spring City, PA with Rev. H. Wesley Boyer, church pastor. Burial will be in Vincent Mennonite Church Cemetery, Spring City, PA.
Source: Phoenixville, PA - Phoenix 2001-8-1
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler
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