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2004 H

  Hardwick, Bonnie M. Burkholder; . . Heistand, Martin B. ; . . Herr, Ruth N.; . . Hershberger, Iva M. Bixler; . . Hertzler, Warren N.; . . Hess, Edna Mae; . .High, Edna; . . Hoover, Ernest R.; . . Hoover, Lydia; . . Hoover, Marion P.; . . Horst, Paul Lester; . . Horst, Mary; . . Horst, Stanley M. ; . .    Hostetler, Nadene Marnetta ; . . Huber, Ornan Luther ; . . Hummer, Mary Eva Kuhns ; . .

Hardwick, Bonnie M. Burkholder
, 95, of Bluffton, OH died September 15, 2004 at Bluffton, Allen Co., OH.  She was born April 22, 1909 at Bluffton, Allen Co., OH to Samuel & Matilda (Kiene) Burkholder.  On May 8, 1931 she was married to Floyd R. Hardwick, who is deceased.

Surviving are a daughter, Dorothy L. (Donald) Burkholder, Bluffton,OH, 3 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren.

Also surviving is a sister, Vera E. Burkholder, Bluffton,OH.  Predeceased by siblings: Lyal Burkholder, Marion Burkholder, Geneva McCune, and Frances Balmer.

The funeral was held September 17, 2004 at Chiles & Sons-Laman Funeral Home, Bluffton, Allen Co., OH with burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Bluffton, Allen Co., OH.

Submitted by: Dale Hochstettler, Midland, MI
Edited by: Thelma Hoover Martin

Heistand, Martin B.
, 89, of Manheim, PA died October 11, 2004 at Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim, after a lengthy illness. Born in Rapho Twp., Lancaster County, PA to Martin K. and Elizabeth S. Brinser Heistand. The loving husband of Mary Siegrist Heistand, they celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary March 15th, 2004.

Mr. Heistand was a member of Risser's Mennonite Church in Elizabethtown where he was a trustee for many years. He also served as treasurer of Risser's Cemetery Association for 32 years. Mr. Heistand was a former member of PA Farmers' Association.

Survived by: his wife, Mary Siegrist Heistand of Manheim; two sons, George D., husband of Sandra L. Collins Heistand of Bainbridge, and J. Lester, husband of Elizabeth K. Kreider Heistand of Manheim; a daughter, Elsie A., wife of Jay E. Witman of Lancaster; 12 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren; two brothers, Brinser B., husband of Janet Lehman Heistand of Rheems, and Ira B., husband of Barbara Martin Heistand of Elizabethtown.

He was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruth B. Hynicker, and Anna E. Martin.

A funeral service was October 16, 2004 at Chiques Church of the Brethren, Manheim, with Pastors Ralph G. Ginder, Gerald M. Heistand, Larry E. Ginder, and James S. Zimmerman officiating. Interment will be in Risser's Mennonite Cemetery, Elizabethtown, PA

Source: Lancaster Co., PA
Obituary and Death Notice Collection, Published: Oct 13, 2004
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler

Herr, Ruth N

Born: 8-6-1921, Hinkletown, Pa. Died: 6-19-2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Wife of: Melvin N. Herr, who survives.  Daughter of: Late Aaron & Anna Mellinger Horst

Other survivors:
A son, A. Dale (Amy Yoder) Herr of Lititz, Pa.
Daughters, Darlene H. (John D.) Yoder of East Earl, Pa. and Diane H. (J. Dennis) Myers of Ronks, Pa.
Grandchildren: 6 Great-grandchildren: 3
A sister, Mary Horst of Brownstown, Pa.
Brothers, Glenn M. Horst of Ephrata, Pa., Aaron M. (Mildred Martin) Horst of New Holland, Pa. and Harold M. (Arlene Eckert) Horst of Ephrata.

Preceded in death by brothers, Clarence & Lester Horst
Ruth was a member of New Holland Mennonite Church where she served as as Sunday School teacher. She started the Summer Bible School program at Groffdale Mennonite Church in 1938.

Services: New Holland Mennonite Church , 2 pm. on Wed., 6-23-2004, with
Rev. Ron and Judy Zook officiating. Church located 18 Western Ave., New
Holland, Pa. Interment in adjoining cemetery.
Original obituary and photo may be obtained
from Lancaster Intelligencer Journal,
published Monday, June 21, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.

Submitted by: Peggy Reichard

Hershberger, Iva M. Bixler

Sept. 16,1921 -Aug. 2, 2004

GOSHEN - Friends of Iva M. Hershberger may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8:p.m. Saturday at Rieth-Rohrer-Ehret Funeral Home, 311 S. Main St., Goshen. They may also call one hour before the funeral at 2 p.m. Sunday at Waterford Mennonite Church,65975 S.R. 15, Goshen. Pastors John King and Tina Schlabach will officiate. Burial will follow in Elkhart Prairie Cemetery.

Mrs. Hershberger, 82, of 1306 Greencroft Drive, died at 6:01 p.m. Monday (Aug. 2, 2004) in Goshen General Hospital, after suffering a stroke.

She was born Sept. 16, 1921, in Elkhart County to Samuel and Martha (Wenger) Bixler. She married Clarence Hershberger Dec. 24, 1943 in Elkhart County. He died Aug. 29, 2002.

She is survived by her twin daughters, Carolyn (Gary) Riegsecker of Goshen and Marolyn (Roger) Yoder of Shipshewana; one son, Gary (Janet) Hershberger of Elkhart; one sister, Eva Gongwer of Wakarusa; one brother, Glen Bixler of Goshen; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Hershberger was a homemaker, and she worked for 13 years at Goshen General Hospital, sewing and mending.

She was a member of the church, and she enjoyed attending her church WMSC (Women's Missionary Service Commission) Ladies Guild each month to quilt.  She loved sewing and quilting, but also traveling, and being with her family and friends.

Memorials may be given to Care at Home/Hospice of Goshen General Hospital or the church.
The Elkhart Truth, Elkhart, IN
August 5, 2004
Submitted by: Thelma Hoover Martin

Hertzler, Warren N.

Born: 12-17-1910, Salunga, Pa.  Died: 8-18-2004, Lancaster, Pa.

Husband of: Minnie R. Leaman Hertzler (10-7-1909/11-14-1999/SS# 188-40-1907).  Son of: Late Frank N. and Fannie Newcomer Hertzler.

Survivors: Sons, Melvin R. (Priscilla) Hertzler of Lubbock, Tx., Karl L. (Tanya) Hertzler of Middleburg, Pa., W. Everett (Linda) Hertzler of Bainbridge, Pa.  Grandchildren: 13.  Great Grandchildren: 20.  Brothers, John Hertzler of Elizabethtown, Pa., and Amos Hertzler of Mt. Joy, Pa.  Sisters, Kathryn Hertzler of Lancaster, Pa., and Frances Young of Redding, Calif.

Preceded in death by a sister, Mary Myers.

He was a member of Elizabethtown Mennonite Church and a retired dairy farmer.

Services: Elizabethtown Mennonite Church, 300 S. Spruce St., Elizabethtown, Pa. on Saturday, August 21, 2004, at 11 a.m. with Pastor John M. Myers and Pastor Richard H. Frank officiating. Interment in Elizabethown Mennonite Cem..
Original obituary may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, Lanc., Pa.,
published Thursday, August 19,2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard

Hess, Edna Mae

Born: 10-12-1917, Pequea Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.  Died: 7-28-2004, Lititz, Pa.
Wife of: Christian M. Hess, who survives.  Daughter of: Late Christ and Annie Eshleman Harnish.

Other survivors: Sons, Abe (Janie Miller) Hess, and Elvin (Sue Heistand) Hess, both of  Conestoga, Pa.,
Christ Jr. (Elaine Severino) Hess, and Raymond (Faye Greenawalt) Hess, both of Pequea, Pa., Richard (Kay Richardson) Hess of Millersville, Pa., and Park (Stacy McFarland) Hess of Mancus, Colo.  Daughters, Pauline (Melvin) Reitz of Gaithersburg, Md., Anna Mae Hess of Colmar Manor, Md., Eshter Hess of Pequea, Edna (Kevin) Kilheffer of Lancaster, Pa., and Joyce (Phil) Shertzer of Washington Boro, Pa. Grandchildren: 23
Great Grandchildren: 20.  Brothers, Christ (Ethel Hess) Harnish and Clarence M. (Marie Miller) Harnish, both of Willow Street, Pa., Marvin (Betty Jane Goss) Harnish of Millersville, Pa.  A sister, Ruth (Paul) Hess of Lititz, Pa.

Preceded in death by a son John Henry Hess; a brother, Jacob Harnish; and sisters, Elizabeth Warfel, Suie Thomas, Stella Bowman and Florence Thomas.

She was a member of Byerland Mennonite Church, Willow Street, Pa. where she was a member of the sewing circle.

Services: Byerland Mennonite Church on Monday, August 2, 2004, at 11:00 am with Rev. Joe C. Garber and Rev Paul L. Reitz officiating. Interment in adjoining cemetery.
Original obituary and photo may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published Friday,
July 30, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard

High, Edna

Born: 10-12-1930, Rapho Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 4-16-2004, Lancaster, Pa.

Wife of: Christian H. High, who survives. Daughter of: Late Elmer and Minnie Johnson Ober

Survivors: Sons, Mark, Roy (Cora) High, John, Richard, and Elmer, all of Manheim, Pa. Daughter, Janet (Like) Bange of Wrightsville, Pa. Brother, Paul (Deborah Haldeman) Ober of Manheim. Sister, Jean (Richard) McMullen of Elizabethtown, Pa.

Preceded in death by a son Harold Ober; brothers, Mark and Luke Ober; and sisters Ruth Ebersole and Cora Hess.

She was a member of Mount Hope Mennonite Church, Manhiem, Pa. She was a homemaker.

Services: Hernley Mennonite Church, 746 Lebanon Road, Manheim, Pa., on April 22, 2004, at 9:00 am with Pastors David Hess, Donald Finley and Donald Stelfox officiating. Interment in adjoining cemetery.
Original Obituary may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published
4-19-2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard

Hoover, Ernest R.

June 29, 1922-Nov. 13, 2004

GOSHEN -- Ernest R. Hoover, 82, of 24654 C.R. 32, died at 10:40 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 13, 2004) in his home. He had been ill with cancer since January.

He was born June 29, 1922, in Goshen to Warren and Nettie (Martin) Hoover. He married Lizzie Lucile Martin on Jan. 25, 1948. She survives, along with six daughters, Mrs. Henry (Elaine) Martin, Ethel Hoover and Mrs. Dean (Vera) Witmer, all of Goshen, Mrs. David (Edna) Miller and Mrs. Wayne (Elsie) Martin of Sanilac County, Mich., and Mrs. Ronald (Rita) Martin of Nappanee; two sons, LaVerne (Virginia) Hoover of Goshen and Marlin (Berdena) Hoover of Elkhart; 54 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Esther J. Schrock of Goshen, Florence Hoover of Elkhart and Carol Hoover of Plymouth. He was preceded in death by a son, Loren, on Oct. 24, 1986; a great-granddaughter, Roselyn Nusbaum; four brothers, infant Adin Hoover, Arthur Hoover, Martin Hoover and Joseph Hoover; and a sister, Martha May Hoover.

Friends may call at the family home between C.R. 11 and C.R. 13 from 2 to 8 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and one hour prior to the funeral at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Yellow Creek Wisler Mennonite Church. Home Ministry is in charge of the service. Burial will be in Yellow Creek Wisler Mennonite Cemetery. Westbrook-Metz & Clouse Funeral Home, Elkhart, is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Martin was a dairy farmer and in his later years enjoyed working in the woods, cutting firewood and cooking maple syrup. He graduated from Concord High School in 1940. He was baptized in the Wisler Mennonite Church in his youth and was a faithful member of the Yellow Creek Wisler Mennonite Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be given to Christian Aid Ministries, P.O. Box 360, Berlin, OH 44610-0360, or Care at Home/Hospice Program, Goshen General Hospital, 200 Park Ave., Goshen, IN 46526.

The Elkhart Truth, Elkhart, IN
Nov. 15, 2004
Submitted by: Thelma Hoover Martin

Hoover, Lydia

Born: 2-5-1926, East Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 7-17-2004, New Holland, Pa.

Wife of: Amos W. Hoover, who survives. Daughter of: Late John N. and Ada Nolt Hoover

Other survivors:
Daughters, Alma (Henry) Hoover, and Martha (David) Hoover, both of Hopkinsville, Ky., Ada (Levi) Reiff, and Lydia (David) Hoover, both of
New Holland, Pa., Emma (Luke) Martin of Ephrata, Pa., Mary (Paul) Hoover of East Earl, Pa., Linda Hoover, at home.
Sons, Isaac H., Leon H., Lloyd H., Lester H., Jonas H., all of New Holland, James H. of Ephrata, Daniel H. of Hopkinsville, Amos H. of East Earl, and John H. and Paul H., both of Stevens, Pa. Grandchildren: 109 Great-grandchildren: 15
A sister, Esther (Aaron) Hoover of Leola, Pa.
Brothers, Walter Hoover of Narvon, Pa. and Isaac Hoover of Versaille, Mo.
Half sisters, Fannie, Elizabeth and Eva Hoover, all of New Holland.
Half brothers, Ivan Hoover of Shippensburg, Pa. and Henry Hoover of New Holland.

Preceded in death by sisters, Alice Hoover, Lena Reiff and Emma Burkholder; and
brothers Paul, John and Eli Hoover.

She was a member of Reidenbach Mennonite Church, New Holland, Pa.
Services: Reidenbach Mennonite Church on Tuesday at 1:30 pm. Interment in adjoining cemetery.

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

Hoover, Marion P.

SHILOH, Ohio -- Marion P. Hoover, 66, formerly of Goshen, Ind., died Monday (Nov. 8, 2004) in Samaritan Regional Health Systems in Ashland.

He was born Nov. 19, 1937, in Goshen, to W. Paul and Myrtle (Good) Hoover. He married Wilma Horst on July 27, 1958. She survives.

Also surviving are 10 sons, Richard (Rose) Hoover of Martinsburg, Pa., John (Agnes) Hoover of Leetonia, Ohio, Lynn (Rosene) Hoover of Kenton, Ohio, Roger (Brenda) Hoover of Orrville, Ohio, Dennis (Roberta) Hoover and Duane (Sharon) Hoover, both of Neshkoro, Wis., Dean (Lovisa) Hoover of Thornloe, Ontario, Philip (Miriam) Hoover and Joseph Hoover, both of Shiloh, and Mark (Ella Joy) Hoover of Rawlins, Wyo.; four daughters, Rhonda (Titus) Rudolph of Arcadia, Fla., Regina and Martha Hoover, both of Shiloh, and Lois (Brian) Burkholder of
Benton, Ill.; 55 grandchildren; three brothers, David, Elvin and Clarence Hoover, all of Goshen; and two sisters, May (Ted) BeMiller of Wakarusa, Ind., and Rhoda (Roy) Martin of Nappanee, Ind.

He was preceded in death by an infant brother and a granddaughter.

Friends may call from 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today at Woodlawn Mennonite Church on S.R. 13, about 2 miles north of Shenandoah, Ohio.

Services will be at the church at 10 a.m. Friday. Leroy Zimmerman and H. Lynn Martin will officiate. Burial will follow at the Woodlawn Mennonite Cemetery. Secor Funeral Home, 35 Railroad St., Plymouth, Ohio, is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Hoover was minister of Woodlawn Mennonite Church.

Elkhart Truth - 11/11/2004
Elkhart, IN
Submitted by: Robert Fish

Horst, Paul Lester

Born: 6-21-1933, West Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 8-28-2004, Manheim Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.

Husband of: Alice G. Ebery Horst, who survives.  Son of: Late Harry H. and Fannie Kauffman Horst.

Other survivors: A son, Philip R. (Ruth Ann Weaver) Horst of Ephrata, Pa. Daughters, Velma (Lama) Hurst of Mohnton, Pa., Joan (Lester) Zimmerman of Stevens, Pa., Lois (Jay) Weaver of Reinholds, Pa., Karen (Neal) Martin of Denver, Pa. and Brenda (Kenneth) Martin of Narvon, Pa. Grandchildren: 26. Great-grandchildren: 2.
Brothers, Mervin (Anna Zimmerman) Horst of Newmanstown, Pa., Ammon (Luella Weaver) Horst and Ivan (Mabel Martin) Horst, both of Ephrata. Sisters, Alma (Ivan) Martin of Dauphin Co., Pa., Norma (Harold) Martin of Lititz, Pa., and Florence (Allen) Nolt of New Holland, Pa.

Paul was a member of South Hinkletown Mennonite Church, Ephrata, Pa. He died from injuries suffered in an automobile accident.

Services: South Hinkletown Church, Earl Twp. at 9:30 am on Thursday, 9-2-2004, with Bishop Amos Martin and Ministers John Martin, Harlan Martin and Merle Nolt officiating. Interment in adjoining cemetery.

Original obituary may be obtained from
Intelligencer Journal, published
Monday, August 20,2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by Peggy Reichard

Horst, Mary

Born: 8-5-1914, Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Died: 3-30-2004, Ephrata, Pa.

Wife of: Adam M. Horst, who survives. Daughter of: Late Harry M. and Lizzie Martin Martin

Other survivors:
Sons, Allen M. (Linda Martin) Horst, of Mannsville, NY, Walter M. (Arlene Brubaker) Horst of Newmanstown, Pa.
Daughters, Miriam M. Horst, at home, Mabel M. (Clarence H.) Wenger of Ephrata, Pa., and Erma M. (Harlan) Martin of Stevens, Pa.
Grandchildren: 23. Great-grandchildren: 93.
Brother, Allan Martin of Womelsdorf, Pa.

Preceded in death by brothers, Noah, Paul, Isaac, Henry, Willis, and Norman Martin; and Sisters, Minnie Eberly, Martha Martin, and Lydia Zimmerman.

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

Services: Springville Mennonite Church, Sat., April 3, 2004 at 1 pm followed by interment in adjoining cemetery
Original obituary may be obtained from Intelligencer Journal,
 Lanc., Pa., published March 31, 2004, Lancaster, Pa.
Submitted by: Peggy Reichard


Horst, Stanley M., 78, of 13323 Maugansville Road, Hagerstown, MD died Saturday, June, 5, 2004, at Washington County Hospital.

Born June 9, 1925, in Clear Spring, MD, he was the son of the late Ephriam and Anna Mary Martin Horst.

He was a farmer for 21 years.

He was a member of Mount Olive Mennonite Church near Maugansville, MD.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Louise Horst Horst, whom he married Nov. 25, 1949; three daughters, Martha A. Strite of Clear Spring, Ella R. Horst of Maugansville and Thelma J. Martin of Hagerstown; one son, Eldon Horst of Harrisonburg, Va.; two sisters, Mary Horst of Waynesboro, Pa., and Hettie Ebersole of Hagerstown; one brother, Amos Horst of Sarasota, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; and seven great-grandsons.

Services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Mount Olive Mennonite Church, Maugansville. Bishops Glenn Martin and Duane Eby and the Rev. Ira Martin will officiate. Burial will be in the adjoining church cemetery.

The family will receive friends Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. at the church and one hour prior to the services Wednesday.

The family requests the omission of flowers and that memorial donations be made to his granddaughter's mission work in Sudan at African Christians Missions, P.O. Box 1862, Hagerstown, MD 21742.

Arrangements are by Harold M. Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home, Greencastle, Pa.

Submitted by: Leon Hertzler, Newport, NH

Hostetler, Nadene Marnetta
, 42, of Snow Hill, Maryland, died April 2, 2004, at University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Born in Crisfield, MD to Harold M. and Sylvia Miller Hostetler of Snow Hill. Nadine was a member of Snow Hill Mennonite Church. She taught at the Snow Hill Mennonite School.

Survied by her parents, and two daughters, Nancy and Jenna Hostetler of Snow Hill; four brothers and their spouses, Paul and Anna Hostetler of Dalton, Ohio, Maynard and Mary Hostetler of Snow Hill, Bennie and Miriam Hostetler of Benton, Ohio, and Nathan Hostetler of Snow Hill; three sisters and their spouses, Ida Mae and Leon Overholt of Minerva, Ohio, Lois and Lamar Ropp of Mission Home, Va., and Christina and James Kurtz of Snow Hill; 15 nieces; 15 nephews; nine great-nieces and nephews; and several cousins. During the last several years she was a foster mother and a day-care provider for several dear children. Her desire was that her daughters would know the ways of God and that her life would be lived to the glory of God.

Funeral service was April 4, 2004 at Snow Hill Mennonite Church, The Rev. James Kurtz will officiate. Interment was in Snow Hill Mennonite Church Cemetery in Snow Hill, Maryland.

Source Maryland Obit. Collection
Submitted by Leon Hertzler

Huber, Ornan Luther
, 81, of Harrisonburg, VA., died Jan. 28, 2004, at the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community. He was born on April 10, 1922 in Riley Alberta, Canada to Joseph E. and Emma Burkholder Huber. On Nov. 24, 1949, he married the former Naomi Driver.

At age 7 he moved with his family to Ohio. In 1941, he moved to Virginia. Later he lived in Hickory, N.C., Sarasota, Fla. and Waynesboro, Ga., where he was active in church - mission work. After retiring, he returned to Harrisonburg in 1999. He was a member of the Peake Mennonite Church.

Survived by his wife, Naomi and three daughters, Esther Eshelman of Stuarts Draft, Va., Janet Hartzler of Dublin and Norma Jean Rolin of Atmore, Ala.; one son, Virgil Huber of Augusta; two brothers, Aaron Huber of Waynesboro, Va. and Daniel Huber of Harrisonburg; and 17 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Funeral service was Jan. 31, 2004 at the Pike Mennonite Church, with Howard Brubaker, James Goering, Elam Heatwole, Nathan Horst and Jay Rohrer conducting the service. Burial followed in the church cemetery.

Source: Georgia Obituary and
Death Notice Collection- Burke County
Submitted by Leon Hertzler


Hummer, Mary Eva Kuhns

Mary E. Hummer, 94, formerly of 860 Stouffer Ave., Chambersburg, died on Sunday, March 21, 2004, in ManorCare Health Services, Chambersburg. Born Oct. 12, 1909, in Chambersburg, she was the daughter of the late Samuel Kuhns and Martha (Horst) Kuhns Ebersole. Her husband, Clarence C. Hummer, died on July 23, 1995. A homemaker, she had foster-parented 13 children in her home over the course of her lifetime. She was a member of Pond Bank Mennonite Church. She was also a member of Occupational Services Inc., Menno Haven Auxiliary, Chambersburg Area Hospital Auxiliary, Franklin County Nursing and Rehab Auxiliary and the Brethren Home Auxiliary in Cross Keys.

She is survived by one daughter, Orlena (wife of William) Kuhn, one son, Marvin Hummer, both of Chambersburg; two brothers, S. Harvey Kuhns of Chambersburg and Harold Kuhns of Harrisonburg, Va.; one sister, Cora (wife of Theodore) Crunkleton of Chambersburg; two foster daughters; three granddaughters; and six great- grandchildren. Aside from her husband, she was preceded in death by one son, Mark Hummer; one foster son; one sister; and four brothers. Burial in Chambersburg Mennonite Church Cemetery.

Original source Unknown Find a Grave 8547161
Submitted by: Leon Hertzler, Newport, NH

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