Mabel worked at many orchards in her younger years and was Manager of the Appleway Orchards Packing House for 17 years. She also worked at U-Wanna Frock Co in Fort Loudon for 22 years and the Days Inn in Chambersburg for 17 Years.
Erma worked as a weaver at the former Richards Textile; a packer at Knouse Foods; and a secretary for her son’s business, Ferrell’s Electric. In her younger years, she was once a Justice of the Peace and a Notary Public.
Steve graduated from the University of Maryland where he excelled at chess and billiards. After graduation, he worked for the Social Security Administration as a computer operator until his retirement.
Brenda was very devoted to her family, and truly enjoyed caring for and cooking for family and friends. She also enjoyed her flower and vegetable gardens, and was well known for her baking, especially for her prize-winning apple pies.
Judy retired from the Chambersburg Hospital after over 30 years. She enjoyed spending time with family, going to church, having coffee with siblings in the morning and she loved her pets over the years.
A proud U.S. Navy veteran, Mr. Hostettler served honorably during WWII. He worked at T.B. Woods Company for 20 years, retiring in 1980; however he was a passionate Tool Sharpener, he continued working in this lost art up until his passing.