He was as a firefighter at Walter Reed and then at Letterkenny Army Depot where he retired in 1998. He was also a member of the Franklin Fire Company.
Dorothy always had an open door policy at her home. She would do anything for anybody. Her door was always open for visitors. She loved flowers and has always enjoyed the company of a dog. You would often find her sitting on her front porch watching the birds and squirrels.
During her lifetime, Betty worked as a seamstress and cook and in retirement was director of food at Rhodes Grove Camp.
Mrs. Sheffler was a longtime employee of the Waynesboro Hospital, beginning as a secretary in the Lab and later working as an administrative assistant in the Human Resources department. She later owned and operated Sheffler’s Uniform Shop in Waynesboro for over 20 years.