Amy Elizabeth Twine 1967-2023

Amy Elizabeth Twine, 56, of Mercersburg, passed away at her home on Wednesday, September 26,

Amy Elizabeth Twine
Amy Elizabeth Twine

Born September 8, 1967 in Chambersburg, Amy was a daughter of the late Jack Lester and Betty Louise Shaffer Miller.

Amy is survived by her husband, Rick R. Twine of Mercersburg, children, Megan, Zachary, Parker Angle, and stepchildren, Melissa Twine, Aimee Longmire, Robert Twine, and many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Surviving siblings include Judith (Roger) Hockenberry, Jackie (Ellis) Hornbaker, Laura (Richard) Anderson, Shelly (Marty) O’quinn, Lou Anne Miller.

Amy was preceded in death by her brother, Jeffrey Miller.

A visitation and gathering will take place at the American Legion Post 517, Mercersburg, at 12 p.m. on Saturday, October 7, 2023.

A private burial will take place at Welsh Run Church of the Brethren Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Institute for Cancer Research.

To plant trees in memory, please visit the Sympathy Store.

Arrangements are entrusted to Fries Funeral Home.



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John O Freeman 1935-2023

Mr. Freeman served with the 101st Airborne where he was stationed in France for 2 ½ years. He enjoyed woodworking, splitting wood and carpentry.

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