A. Arlene Hershey
October 14, 2005
A. Arlene Hershey, 89, of Camp Hill, died Friday, October 14, 2005, at Manor Care Camp Hill.
Ms. Hershey was born October 23, 1915, in Harrisburg, the daughter of the late Eli N. and Carrie M. H. Hershey. She was a graduate of the former John Harris High School, Harrisburg, Ward-Belmont College, Nashville, TN, and the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester, NY where she received her B.A. in music. During the early years of WW II, she served as cryptographer at the South African Purchasing Commission in NY. Subsequently, Ms. Hershey was employed by Special Services of the U.S. Army, first in the Pacific Theater, then in Europe producing and directing shows and entertainment for the U.S troops throughout those two areas. Following her government service, she was employed by the Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster as a Manager of Promotion and Public Relations. After her retirement she was an active participant in cultural and charitable activities in Harrisburg, some of which include supporting the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Homeland Center (where she was a board member), and Market Square Presbyterian Church where she was an active member supporting Market Square Concerts, and Radio Station WMSP.
She is survived by 2 brothers, John E. Hershey, MD of Chattaroy, WA and Donald L Hershey of Paoli and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother, Jacob W. Hershey.
Memorial services will be held Saturday October 22, 2005 in Market Square Presbyterian Church at 1 PM following a family burial in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Lower Paxton Twp.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions to Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, 800 Corporate Circle, Suite 101, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
Robert F. Greene
October 18, 2005
Robert F. Greene, 50, of New Cumberland died Tuesday in his residence.
He was a former mechanic for Sutliff Chevrolet, Harrisburg.
Bob is survived by 3 daughters, Bobbie Sue Greene, Jessica Greene and Beth Ann Shultz; his mother Minerva P. Henry; his maternal grandparents Ruth and Adam Spidel; 2 sisters, Connie Collier and Lorraine Greene; 5 brothers, Donald, Rodney, James, William and Wesley Greene; a companion Kimberly Lowery; 2 half sisters, Marci Novosel and Heidi Dowling; and 2 grandaughters. He was preceded in death by his father Donald E. Greene and a brother Richard Greene, Sr.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family with a burial in Kentucky.
James F. Predmore
October 23, 2005
James F. Predmore, 93, of New Cumberland, died Sunday, October 23, 2005, at home.
He retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Chief Warrant Officer after 26 years of service. He then retired from the Commonwealth of PA, Dept. of Environmental Resources as an administrative officer. Mr. Predmore was a member of St. Theresa Catholic Church, New Cumberland, as well as responding to the needs of the parish such as serving as assistant head usher, BINGO volunteer, helping with repairs to the church property and many other services; a member of American Legion Post 974, Fairview Twp.; 29 year member of the Malvern Retreat League; NRA.
He was a very active volunteer during the 1972 flood and became known as “Handyman Jim” while doing plumbing and repairs in the greater Harrisburg area. Mr. Predmore was born January 26, 1913, in Coudersport, to the late John W. and Mary B. (Rennells) Predmore.
Surviving are his wife, Bernice M. Neary Predmore; two sons, Thomas J., Coudersport, and Matthew J., East Berlin; three daughters, Judith A. Somerick, Thorndale, Elizabeth M. Patterson, Harrisburg, and Martha F. Cornogg, Conestoga; nine grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and 2 great great grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 Wednesday in his church with the Rev. Msgr. William M. Richardson as celebrant. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Upper Allen Twp. Viewing will be held 3-5 pm Tuesday in Parthemore Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Cumberland.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Central PA, PO Box 266, Enola, PA 17025 or to the charity of one’s choice.
John E. Fox, Jr.
Monday Oct. 24, 2005
John E. Fox, Jr. of Camp Hill, formerly of New Cumberland, died peacefully at his home on Monday Oct. 24, 2005.
He was born on April 1, 1913, in Harrisburg, to the late Judge John E. Fox and Rachel K. (Kunkel) Fox. He was preceded in death by his wife Katherine C. Fox, two brothers, Charles K. Fox and George B. Fox and a sister Mary Elizabeth Fox.
He is survived by two stepsons and their families: Ross Chrisman and his wife Debbi and their son Andrew of Selinsgrove and Neil Chrisman and his wife Kim and their two children Kate and Neil of Pittsburgh, PA. Also surviving are two sisters, Virginia F. Uihlein of Naples, Fla. and Eliza F. Gerhardt and her husband, David, of Baltimore, MD and a sister-in-law Elizabeth Richey Fox of Camp Hill, PA. He was a beloved uncle to three nieces Eliza G. Granlund of New Bern, NC, Diane U. Koestner of Naples, Fla. and Suzanne F. Ricker of Carlisle, PA and to three nephews John F. Gerhardt of Traverse City, MI, Frederick W. Uihlein of Steamboat Springs, CO and Charles A. Fox of Wallingford, PA and numerous great and great- great nieces and nephews.
Mr. Fox was veteran of World War II. He attended Williams College and graduated from Lafayette College in Easton, PA. He taught at the Berkshire Prep School in Massachusetts in the early 1940’s until he returned to Harrisburg. For the next thirty years he was a devoted English and foreign language teacher at the Milton Hershey School from which he retired in 1973. He was a lifetime member of the Harrisburg Country Club. He also belonged to the West Shore Country Club.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Hummelstown Cemetery, Hummelstown. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial Contributions in memory of John E. Fox, Jr. to The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 2205 Harrisburg, PA 17105, or to the New Cumberland Fire Dept., 319 Fourth Street, New Cumberland, PA 17070.
Arrangements are under the direction of Parthemore Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Cumberland.
October 25, 2005
Camp Hill – Stanley Bulota (87) died October 25th at home after a prolonged illness.
He was born and raised on a farm in southern Schuylkill County. He was the youngest son of Alexander Bulota and Elizabeth (Chizauskie) Bulota. Stanley was educated in a one-room grammar school, graduated from Tamaqua High School (1935) and from Lebanon Valley College (1939). He subsequently earned the degree of Master of Science in Biology from the University of Michigan. He played varsity football for four years at LVC. Upon graduating, Stanley began a career teaching science at Lykens High School, and after a period of active service in the US Navy from 1942-1945, he returned to teaching and coaching football in 1946 in Hummelstown. In 1948 he accepted a position at Camp Hill High School teaching science and chemistry and coaching football. He remained in Camp Hill High School until his retirement in 1975 except for a period of naval service during the Korean War. Stanley served as an officer in the Amphibious Forces of the US Navy in North Africa, Italy, and France during WWII and with Naval Training Command during the Korean Conflict. He completed his naval service as a reserve officer and retired with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Since his retirement, Stanley has remained in Camp Hill and pursued his interests in gardening, fishing, and scientific readings. He made occasional trips to the southern and western states with his wife, as well as their annual fishing vacation in Ontario.
Stanley was preceded in death by his sister, Aldona, his brother, Winfield, his first wife, Alice Reed Bulota, and on son, Stanley Ben. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Walden Bulota, two sons, William of Stevenson, WA and Robert of Starbuck, WA; his stepchildren, Gail Walden of Paoli, PA, Stephen Walden of Slatington, PA and Mark Walden of Batavia, IL. He has six grandchildren.
Stanley will be long remembered with respect and affection by the many students and athletes whom he taught and by his many friends. He will be sorely missed by his family.
There will be no viewing. Private memorial service and interment will be at Fort Indiantown Gap. Friends are invited to celebrate Stanley’s life at a gathering from 5-7 on Sunday, November 6th at James Café on Market, 2138 Market Street, Camp Hill.
Donations could be made to the Science Department at Lebanon Valley College or Hospice of Central PA.
October 28, 2005
Russell Dunstan, 81, of Lower Allen Twp., Camp Hill, died Friday, October 28, 2005, at Manorcare Health Services, Camp Hill.
He was a retired supervisor for Hall’s Motor Transit Company, Mechanicsburg, and was a 1941 graduate of Coal Township High School, Shamokin Russ always considered “13” to be his lucky number. His wife, Beverly, was born on the 13th. During WWII he served in the U.S. Navy on the carrier USS Franklin (CV13), in Group 13, plane #13. Russ was an Aviation Radioman and saw action from Bonin to the Philippines from July 4, 1944 to October 26, 1944. He was awarded two Air Medals. He was an accomplished shooter and competed in the arena of High Power Rifle (Military), small caliber, and in his latter years, Trap Shooting and Archery. He was also a hunter and Fisherman. Four years ago, he and his grandson Tom had a successful caribou hunt in Canada.
Born on November 19, 1923, in Shamokin, he was the son of the late Isaac Russell and Jennie Beulah (Snyder) Dunstan. He was the widower of Beverly Arlene (Eslick) Dunstan.
Surviving are his son and his wife, Isaac “Ike” and Marie E. Dunstan, York Haven; two daughters and their husbands, Judy Ann and Patrick D. Layser, Todd, PA, Arlene B. and James H. Sauerwine, Camp Hill; a brother and his wife, James R. and Eleanor Dunstan, Shamokin; seven grandchildren, Robyn Dunstan, Wendy Dunstan, Pamela Burge and her husband Brady, Julie Justice and her husband Andrew, Matthew Layser, Robert Sauerwine and his wife Theresa, Thomas Sauerwine and his wife Shellie; 11 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held 11 am Tuesday in Parthemore Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Cumberland, with Chaplain Barbara Sorin, Heartland Home Healthcare and Hospice, officiating. Burial will be in Rolling Green Memorial Park, Lower Allen Twp. Viewing will be held one hour prior to services in the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions to Heartland Home Healthcare and Hospice, 2260 Spring Road, Suite 2, Carlisle, PA 17013.
Casey E. Morris
October 30, 2005
Casey E. Morris, 20, of Fairview Twp., Lewisberry died Sunday October 30, 2005 as a result of an automobile accident.
He was a 2003 graduate of Red Land High School where he played varsity soccer and currently attended H.A.C.C. He was employed by FedEx, Lewisberry and worked for 5 years at Bob Evans, Limekiln Rd., New Cumberland location. He was a volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House, Hershey; participated in Adult Indoor Soccer leagues; loved his family, friends and faithful dog Kirby; enjoyed computers and technology; and planned a career in computer networking. Casey was a member of Mt. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lewisberry.
Casey is survived by his parents Larry A. and Suzanne (Mickey) Morris with whom he lived; a brother Damon and his wife Catharine of York Haven; 2 sisters, Tobi Troike of Middletown and Mandi Warren and husband Steve of New Cumberland; his maternal grandmother Margaret M. Mickey of New Cumberland; paternal grandparents Lewis M. and Mary Jane Morris of Dauphin; 5 nieces and 2 nephews.
Services will be held 10:30 am Thursday November 3, 2005 in his church with the Rev. Timothy L. Hoffman, his pastor officiating. Burial will be in Emanuel Cemetery, Lewisberry. Visitations will be from 6-8 pm Wednesday in Parthemore Funeral Home & Cremation Services, New Cumberland and again one hour prior to service time on Thursday in the church.
Memorial contributions may be made to either the Ronald Mc Donald House, 745 West Governor Road, Hershey, PA 17033 or to his church at 863 Lewisberry Rd. Lewisberry, PA 17339.