Brian L Stockwell obituary 1985~2023


Brian L Stockwell, 37, of Chambersburg, passed away February 28, 2023.  

Brian L Stockwell
Brian L Stockwell

He was the son of Peter L. and Lois (Goetchius) Stockwell of Forked River, NJ.

Brian was born November 15, 1985, in Toms River, NJ.  

He graduated from Lacey Township High School in 2004 and served a period of enlistment in the United States Air Force, honorably discharged in 2007. 

Brian resided in Franklin County for a number of years and worked in sales and service primarily from his home.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister, Shannon (Stockwell) Naia, twin nieces, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Brian’s arrangements are being cared for by his family in New Jersey.   

Online condolences may be expressed at Agett-Lakjer Funeral Home.



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Helen F Hykes 1928-2023

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Steven Dietrich Gotham 1942-2023

Steve also loved to dine out. However, his most cherished time was spent with his children and grandchildren, who he loved beyond measure.

Shirley Ann Hudson 1932-2023

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