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Gladys P Myers Ehrhart 1938-2024

Gladys P Myers Ehrhart, 86, of Orrstown, went to meet her Heavenly Father and beloved husband Bob in the afternoon of May 28, 2024.

Gladys P Myers Ehrhart
Gladys P Myers Ehrhart

Born Thursday, January 6, 1938 near Roxbury, PA, she was the daughter of the late Paul Myers and Viola Mackey Myers.

She was a 1956 graduate of the Chambersburg Area Senior High School.

Gladys married the love of her life Robert O. “Bob” Ehrhart on August 25, 1956, and enjoyed over 62 years of marriage until his passing on December 16, 2018.

In her early years before children, she worked at the former Stanley Company in Chambersburg. When her children were born, she became a stay at home Mom and babysitter for neighboring children. Her children grew up with a lot of extra playmates.

After her children were grown, she pursued a few cleaning jobs until she decided she had worked long enough. Gladys enjoyed her flowers and gardening, and always had plenty of fruits and vegetables canned or frozen.

Gladys attended The Orrstown Ebenezer Church of God, where she served as treasurer and Sunday school teacher.

She is survived by three children, Tina Stouffer and husband Kirby, Pleasant Hall, Joe Ehrhart and wife Annebelle, Doylesburg, and Samuel Ehrhart and wife Nabamita, Winchester, VA; three grandchildren, Dawn Bowersox and husband Jason, and their children, Brandt, Riley, Ari, Kyleigh, and Braylon; Natosha Riley and her children, Eric, Annebelle, and Damien, and Sohan Biswas Ehrhart; and one great grandson, Kasen Ehrhart.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Myers Ehrhart, and one grandson, Casey Ehrhart.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, June 4, 2024 at 11 a.m. in the Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home & Crematorium Inc., with The Rev. Daniel Reed and The Rev. Timothy Bash officiating.

Burial will be in Parklawns Memorial Gardens.

A viewing will be held Monday, from 5-7 p.m. and also one hour prior to the service on Tuesday, in the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Orrstown Ebenezer Church of God, C/O Linda Somers 1049 Ashton Drive, Shippensburg, PA 17257

Online condolences may be expressed at the funeral home’s website.



Tammy Annette Robinson 1964-2024

For the past years, Tammy helped take care of her mother. She enjoyed watching game shows and listening to contemporary Christian music.

Robert William Gordon 1947-2024

Born August 18, 1947, a son of the late Merrill R. and Goldie E. Kotzmoyer Gordon, Bob liked to hunt and fish, and loved spending time with his family.

Janice Mae Keller 1938-2024

Janice always enjoyed shopping trips with her children and always used that opportunity to stop at her favorite restaurant, Olive Garden.

Ethel R. Smith 1935-2024

Ethel was a very loving and caring woman. She will always be remembered and cherished as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend.

Sharon M. Matthews 1951-2024

Sharon enjoyed game shows on TV, mostly Wheel of Fortune. She also liked watching the Food Network and talk about what they made.

Ralph V. Foltz 1928-2024

Ralph enjoyed hunting, telling stories, and traveling around the United States on bus trips, alongside his wife Lois.

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