Betty J. Fraunfelter
Sep 4, 2017
Graveside services will be held at Laurel Hills Memorial Gardens, Columbia, at 11AM, Monday, August 14, 2017 with Rev. Richard Thierolf, of Moravian Manor, officiating.Betty was born in Lebanon, PA to Lillie and Ralph Lear on January 30, 1924. She graduated from J.P. McCaskey High School in 1941. She worked as the Outpatient Billing Supervisor at Community Hospital of Lancaster for 32 years. Betty enjoyed baking, cooking, reading, needlecraft, gardening, crafts and was an avid card and game player.She was active in many organizations such as, Lancaster Chapter #501 Order of the Eastern Star, having served as Worthy Matron, Alta Shrine No. 38, she also was a Past Matron of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, Order of Amaranth, Lancaster Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association where she served as President and was recognized as Woman of the Year in 1985. Betty was also a member of Guild of Lancaster Osteopathic Hospital, Happy Wanderers and the Dutchland Polkateers. A devotee of volunteering, Betty shared her talent and time doing volunteer work for Moravian Manor – ran their Bingo games for years, the Lancaster Recreation Commission Happy Hours Club and ORCA.Betty is survived by her daughter Linda Busler wife of Robert Busler, Punta Gorda, FL, daughter Brenda Fraunfelter, Lancaster, a sister June Shepley of Lancaster, PA, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Floyd Fraunfelter Jr, sister Ella Walters and brothers Thomas Bradley, Ralph Lear, Jr. and Reno Lear.Memorial donations may be made to Masonic Village Hospice, One Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022.The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the staff of Masonic Village Hospice (thank you Bob and Ana), the staff at Moravian Manor, Robin Work and Sandra Mays, who had such a special relationship with our mother, for their passionate and professional care.To leave the family an online condolence, please visit: SnyderFuneralHome.com...
Evelyn Mae Baker Keck
Sep 4, 2017
Born in Marietta, PA, on April 29, 1931, she was the daughter of the late Willis and Anna Baker. After graduating from Donegal High School, she worked at the Marietta Depot and then Charles Chips before marrying John C. Keck (now deceased) in 1951. A devoted mother, excellent cook and baker, she enjoyed being a homemaker. After her kids were raised, she went back to work full time at JC Penney in Park City, continuing to work part time way into her retirement years.She loved knitting and sewing, and was a collector of dolls and stuffed animals. She later took to painting wood cut outs for the yard along with her companion at that time; Clarence Herr (now deceased). They made many Christmas displays bigger than life and were featured in the Lancaster New Era. They were two little sized people in statute, but big in heart and talent. Evelyn was also an avid reader, loving her romance novels and doing crossword puzzles. One thing she wanted everyone to know is that she loved everybody. She loved Christmas and playing Santa Claus, gifts for everyone!As her health declined later in life, she became a member of Albright Life Services where she went to their daycare activities daily and later resided at Elizabethtown Nursing & Rehab Center for the past three years. Evelyn was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Orange Street in Lancaster. Her favorite bible verse was Psalm 23.She is survived by two daughters, Regina Ensor (James) of Landisville, PA and Deborah Devine Guhl (David) of Mountville, PA, two grandchildren, Ryan Ensor (Sara), Landisville, and Melissa Ensor McDonnell (Patrick), Holly Ridge, NC, one step-granddaughter, Kennedy Ressler, Mountville, PA, and two great-grandsons, Jacob, and Lochlan. She is also survived by two brothers, Richard Baker (Louise), and Bill Baker (Judy), of Mount Joy.Celebration of Life services will be at First Presbyterian Church, 140 E. Orange St., Lancaster, PA 17602 on Wednesday, August 9 at 11:00 A.M. with the Rev. Dr. Donald W. Hackett officiating. Family will greet friends from 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. Interment in Laurel...