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George Rummel Sr. 1931-2024

George Rummel Sr., age 93 of York Springs, passed away July 6, 2024 at home.

George Rummel Sr.
George Rummel Sr.

He was born June 19, 1931 in Tyrone Township, Adams County, to the late Mervin R. and Etta Frances Rummel. He was widowed by his wife, Alda Harman.

George worked in the sanitation department at Duffy Motts, attended Rock Chapel Church, was a member of the Eagles club, and enjoyed football, baseball, softball, bowling, hunting, fishing and weed-whacking. He also loved watching wrestling.

George is survived by his children; Ricky Rummel of Lykens, Richie Rummel of York Springs, Ruthann Rummel; step-daughter, Dixie Atha and husband, Mike of Aspers; grandchildren, Ashley Atha, Anne Atha and Shawn Atha.

He was preceded in death by his sons, George Rummel Jr., Randy Rummel, infant daughter, MaryLou Rummel and siblings, Betty Sanders, Wilmer Rummel and Robert Rummel.

Professional services have been entrusted to Dugan Funeral Home, Inc., 111 S. Main Street, Bendersville. At George’s request, viewing will be private for the family.

George will be laid to rest at Bendersville Cemetery.

To leave a condolence for his family, please visit the funeral home’s website.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of George, please visit the floral store.


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