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Ginger R Besecker 1962-2024

Ginger R Besecker, 61 passed away Tuesday March 26th 2024 at York Hospital.

She was born April 2, 1962 in Chambersburg.

Ginger was preceded in death by her parents Roger and Jean Hawbaker of Chambersburg.

Ginger is survived by her sister Candy Baer of Mechanicsburg PA and many additional loving family members and friends.

Services will be at a later date.

Arrangements are entrusted to Sellers Funeral Home.

Memorial Contributions may be made to Saint Judes Childrens.

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Pamela K Coyle 1949-2024

Pam received her Master’s degree in library science from Clarion University in 1978. She never lost her love of reading or her enthusiasm for libraries.

Daily Forecast, April 21, 2024

Franklin County Forecast: In the forecast for today, we are expecting overcast clouds, with a high of 52.23°F and a low of 35.2°F. The humidity

Candie Sue Diffenderfer 1963-2024

Candie worked in the Prothonotary’s office at the Fulton County Courthouse, and later at Irving Accounting and U.S.A. Cartage in Williamsport, MD.

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