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Elisabeth Sterling (Frost)

Elisabeth E. Sterling passed away peacefully on November 4, 2020, at Neshaminy Manor Home, Warrington.  She was 94.

Born in Abington, she was the beloved wife of the late Thomas F. Sterling, Jr., and daughter to the late William and Lottie Ewing Frost.

Elisabeth was a women of faith who believed that family came first.

She worked for over 30 years for Neshaminy Electronics in Furlong, and also at Sterling Shoe Repair in Doylestown.  Elisabeth and her late husband Tom enjoyed camping and taking in all of what Mother Nature had to offer. Her talents came alive in her knitting creations and when you looked at them they spoke to you with warm and loving words.

She will be sadly missed by her dear family and all who came to know and love her.

Elisabeth is survived by her devoted children and their spouses; Craig W. Sterling and his wife Carolyn, Mary Lou Shaw and her husband Bob and Charles T. Sterling and his wife Pat. Also surviving are her 5 dear grandchildren; Charles, Michael, Christian, Ian and Thomas, as well as her 2 great-grandchildren; Aubrey and Logan.

A private service will be held for Elisabeth at the Washington Crossing National Cemetery, Newtown, were she will be laid to rest alongside her late husband Tom.

Elisabeth’s family ask that in lieu of flowers that you say a prayer or do an Act of Kindness in her memory.

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