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Trudy Anne Sites 1945-2024

The dear, sweet, Trudy Anne Sites, 78, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania passed away February 5, 2024, at Shippensburg Rehabilitation and Health Care Center after a brief illness.

Trudy Anne Sites
Trudy Anne Sites

She was born on May 12, 1945, in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania to Harry and Mildred (Eberly) Knepper.

She was a 1963 graduate of Chambersburg High School. She worked for J. Schoeneman as a seamstress, and at Menno Haven as a cook.

Trudy was an active Christian. She was known to some as Sam. She was a beloved mother, sister, and aunt; a humble, loving friend to many. Trudy was a good listener, dependable and always helped anyone that she could. She enjoyed reading, watching TV, playing solitaire, shopping and spending time with family and friends.

Trudy is survived by three children, Harold C. “Buddy” Sites, Jr. (Carol Stopyra) of Chambersburg, Tracey A. Kranzley (Evan) of Martinsburg, WV., and Tina M. Artley (John) of Chambersburg; two grandsons, Chad Sites and Logan Artley; and a great-grandson, AJ McFerren; a brother Arthur Knepper (Marie); a special niece, Vicki Gossert; a special nephew, Shawn Sites, and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her former husband, Harold C. “Bud” Sites, a brother Harry G. Knepper and a sister Evelyn A. Gossert.

At her request there will be no service.

Arrangements are entrusted to Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home, Ltd., Chambersburg.

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

Trudy will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

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



A Fred McCleaf 1923-2024

Mr. McCleaf served in the South Pacific with the United States Navy during World War II. He owned and operated A. Fred McCleaf Plumbing & Heating most of his life.

Daily Forecast, February 24, 2024

Franklin County Forecast: In the forecast for today, we are expecting light rain, with a high of 42.03°F and a low of 27.55°F. The humidity

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