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Janet L Holston 1949-2024

Janet L Holston (Fulton), 74, of Shippensburg passed Monday April 1, 2024 in UPMC Carlisle.

She was born April 30, 1949 in Carlisle a daughter of R. Craig and Ruth E. Wheeler Fulton.

Janet had retired from Shippensburg Health Center, where she had worked as an administrator. She had bee a 4-H Leader most of her life, involved mostly with the Horse Club, she loved skiing, horses, and 4-H. She was also involved with the Farm Woman’s group.

Janet is survived by one son Todd S. Holston, two grandchildren Trey Holston, and Tacy Holston, one sister Sandra L. Long, and one brother Robert C. Fulton and his wife Rebecca, and several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday April 6, 2024 in the Egger Funeral Home Inc. 15 W. Big Spring Ave. Newville. Burial will follow in Big Spring Presbyterian Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Cumberland County 4-H, Horse Club 310 Allen Road #601 Carlisle, PA 17013.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Janet L. (Fulton) Holston, please visit the floral store.



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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