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Marjorie E. Meyers of Southampton, PA died at home surrounded by her loving family after a hard-fought battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 78.
Born in Philadelphia, Marjorie was the beloved wife of 60 years to George H. Meyers and she was the daughter of the late Rudolph and Marie Hendricks Mattes.
Marjorie was a faith-filled woman of impeccable character. She and her husband George were the proud parents of six children and were foster parents to over 70 children. She was heavily involved with her church where she served as organist, Sunday School teacher and Vacation Bible School leader for many years. She enjoyed quilting and being part of Quilts for Kids at Good Samaritan Church, sewing, reading, gardening, and camping with her family. Marjorie will be greatly missed but she will be eternally loved and appreciated by those who she cared and loved.
In addition to her husband George, Marjorie is survived by her loving and devoted children: Timothy Meyers and his wife Cheryl of Roslyn, Richard Meyers and his wife Tammy of Herndon, VA, Karen McGuckin wife of the late Robert of Philadelphia, Ruth Ann Landis and her husband Ben of Harford, PA, Karen Meyers of Southampton, and James Meyers and his wife Marie of Feasterville. She is also survived by her brother Carl Mattes, 12 loving grandchildren and 3 dear great grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing on Wednesday Evening, September 23, 2020 from 6:00-8:00PM in the Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, 800 Newtown-Richboro Rd. (at Holland Rd.) Richboro, PA 18954 and to her Graveside Funeral Service at Hillside Cemetery, 2556 Susquehanna Rd. Roslyn, PA 19001 on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 11:00AM.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the Church she and her family attended, Lehigh Baptist Church, 934 Alburger Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19115.
Sarah (Sally) C. Warenius passed away unexpectedly on Friday, September 18, 2020. She was 78
Sally was the beloved wife to Robert Eric Warenius for 61 years.
Born in Pittsburgh, PA, she was the loving daughter to the late Charles Edward and Sophia Pernisik Warren. She later moved to Philadelphia and graduated from Germantown High School. She started her own interior decorating business, Sally’s Decorating Workroom, in Horsham, PA which she owned until 2002. She retired in Ocean Pines, MD where she enjoyed playing golf, sewing, playing mahjong and meeting new friends. She recently moved back to PA to be near family.
In addition to her husband, Sally is survived by her loving children; Barbara Ann, Robert Jr. (Patricia), and Brian (Karen) Warenius, as well as her sister Ivy Klamut, and her 3 grandchildren; Morgan, Eric, and Sara. She is predeceased by her brothers, Charles and William.
Relatives and friends are invited to Sally’s memorial service on Friday, September 25, 2020 at 10:00 at the Wayside Chapel at Whitemarsh Memorial Park, 1156 Horsham Road, Prospectville, PA 19002. Her interment will follow at the Memorial Park}
Jeanette H. Fusco passed away peacefully on Friday, September 18, 2020. She was 87.
Jeanette is survived by her loving daughters and extended family; Dr. Cynthia R. Fusco, Elizabeth and Gerald Driscoll, Gina M. Fusco and Mark N. Schor, as well as her 10 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Jeanette was the beloved wife to the late Raymond C. Fusco, mother to the late Holly C. Fusco, mother-in-law to the late Catherine A. Shoenfelt, and daughter to the late Jesse and Theodore Kamish. She had lived in Bucks County for over 40 years.
Jeanette grew up in Englewood, NJ, with her brother Teddy and sister Adele spending wonderful summers on Long Beach Island. Strong in English and grammar, she graduated from Dwight Morrow High School. After marriage to Raymond, they spent their first years in Montana where Raymond was stationed in the Air Force. As a young couple Raymond pursued his engineering career in aerospace which included many moves throughout the country while starting and raising a family. Many years were spent in Florida, with the family ultimately landing and settling in Pennsylvania. She enjoyed traveling, sewing and making holiday outfits for her four young daughters, photography, and researching family genealogy. Inspiring her daughters to always explore their interests, she created a home that valued and emphasized education and after-school activities that included music lessons, sports, cooking, and traveling. Jeanette was loving, strong, and humorous, and always encouraged all around her to actualize their potential. With many talents and interests, Jeanette helped support the family securing a job at The Easter Seals Foundation followed by several years working in pharmaceutical companies. Creating and sewing her own designs, Jeanette opened Gingersnaps, a children’s clothing store in Lahaska. She eventually became a paralegal while also exploring her true love of writing which later included biographies and historical fiction. As an author, she published Radiant Passage, a journey of the family’s spiritual path facing Raymond’s terminal illness at a young age. She later published Seagate House, a historical fictional novel centered around a family living on Long Beach Island over many generations. Later in life Jeanette published Billy Jackson’s Ghost, a childhood mystery and adventure. Jeanette loved and was a fervent advocate of animals, which brought many rescues to the family home. She created within her family the intrinsic value and need of animal care and stewardship.
Jeanette’s love of her family was a central focus of her life. She brought many years of love, joy, laughter, style, and happiness to us all. Highly empathic and intuitive, she brought spirituality and faith to all those around her. A believer of tradition and guiding us to do the right thing, as our Nana, she created a warm home and hearth including grand Christmas
celebrations - always making holidays and even the little things in life special. Throughout her life she sought to help others. For many years as a volunteer, she was the Editor of the Craven Hall Historical Society newsletter. Caring for her family, friends, animals, and her community, Jeanette lovingly and powerfully impacted and inspired all those who surrounded her and she will be terribly missed.
The family will receive relatives and friends on Friday, September 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM at St. Andrew Catholic Church, 81 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA.,18940. Reflections and honoring remarks will be held at 11:00 AM followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:30 AM. All are invited for an outdoor luncheon at The Washington Crossing Inn to begin at 12:30 PM. Her interment will be held privately.
For those unable to attend her services in person, a live stream of the time of sharing and Funeral Mass will be available to view below.
William J. Griffitts of Southampton, PA died peacefully on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at Jefferson Health Hospice at Warminster. He was 73.
Born in Elk City, OK Bill was the son of the late Beal Dean and Josephine Mummo Griffitts. He was predeceased by his wife of 19 years, Donna, in 1989.
Bill was a proud veteran of the United States Navy and he retired in 2012 from SEPTA as an HVAC Specialist.
Bill enjoyed going dancing, watching movies, and painting. He was an avid fan of car shows and enjoyed going with his son.
Bill is survived by his devoted son Brendan Griffitts and wife Rachel of Bethlehem, PA. He is also survived by his brother Edward Griffitts, sisters Janet DeLuca, and Angela Bullock, numerous nieces and nephews and his longtime companion Novelle McFadden.
Bill’s family will receive friends on Sunday, September 27, 2020 from 12 Noon until his Funeral Service 1:00PM in the Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, 800 Newtown-Richboro Rd. (at Holland Rd.) Richboro, PA 18954. His interment will be private.
In Lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to American Cancer Society.}
Karen A. Shores of Holland died peacefully with her family at her side on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at home. She was 72.
Karen was the loving wife of Linus Shores with whom she had shared 52 years of marriage.
Born in Decorah, IA she was the daughter of the late Charles and Anna Pavlovec Klimesh.
Karen graduated from Rudolphinum High School and later attended Mount Mercy College. She led a long career as payroll manager with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit until her retirement. Karen had endless energy and lived life to the fullest. She enjoyed staying active and picked up many hobbies and pastimes throughout her life. She especially enjoyed yoga, politics, her Kindle, quilting and her cat Shiloh. Friends and family will dearly miss this fun, spunky, vibrant woman.
In addition to her husband, Karen leaves behind her children, Carla Waltersdorf of Warrington, PA and Brian Shores (Kimberly) of Holland, PA; her grandchildren, Caleb and Nathan Waltersdorf and Mason and Tyler Shores; and her siblings, Charles Klimesh (Martha) and Donald Klimesh (Mary Ann).
Relatives and friends are invited to greet the family on Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 10:00 AM until her Funeral Mass 11:00 AM at St. Bede the Venerable Church, 1071 Holland Rd., Holland, PA 18966. Her interment will follow in All Saints Cemetery, Newtown.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to the American Association for Cancer Research at 615 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106.}
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