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Anna M. King (Stoltzfus) 1950-2024

Anna M. King, 73, of 379 Running Pump Road, Shippensburg, PA, passed away on Friday, July 5, 2024 at her home.

She was born on December 7, 1950 in Lancaster County, a daughter of the late Andrew K. and Katie E. (Beiler) Stoltzfus. Anna was preceded in death by her husband, Amos K. King, Sr.

Anna was a member of the Old Order Amish Church.

She is survived by five stepsons and five stepdaughters, Arie Lynn King (late Benuel), Chester and Emma Zook of Lykens, Steven and Sarah Hostetler of Newburg, Amos and Lavina King, Jr. of Shippensburg, Isaac and Anna King of Newburg, Reuben and Katie King of Loysville, Omar and Rosanna King of Newburg, Gideon and Susie Kurtz of Newburg, Ephraim King of Newville, John and Malinda Stoltzfus of Honeybrook, and Andy and Fannie Stoltzfus of Newville; three brothers and three sisters, Abram and Katie Stoltzfus, Naomi and (late Elam) Stoltzfus, Henry and Rebecca Lapp, Jeptha and Linda Stoltzfus, Andrew and Rachel Stoltzfus, Ammon and Katie Zook, and Ben and Rachel Stoltzfus; 69 step-grandchildren; and 38 great-grandchildren.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two stepsons, Benuel and John King; one brother, Elam Stoltzfus; and one step grandson.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 8, 2024 at 10 a.m. EST at the family residence, 379 Running Pump Road, Shippensburg, PA 17257.

Burial will be in the Blue Mountain Amish Cemetery.

A viewing will be held from the time of this notice until the time of the service at the family home.

The family kindly requests the omission of flowers.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc., Shippensburg.



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