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Arlene M. Brown
KLINGERSTOWN • Arlene M. Brown, 89, formerly of
Klingerstown, died Dec. 4 at ManorCare, Sunbury.
She was born April 25, 1924 in Klingerstown, a
daughter of the late Vinnie Klinger Strohecker and Raymond Seiger
and was raised by her grandparents, W.O. and Pearl Mable Klinger.
She owned and operated Arlene Brown’s Beauty Shop,
Klingerstown for 50 years; and had previously been employed at
Carl’s Store, Spring Glen; Boyer’s Butcher Shop, Klingerstown; and
Dormar Manufacturing, Gratz.
She was a member of Salem Church of Rough and Ready,
Klingerstown; and the Idella Rebekah Lodge 58 of Dornsife.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry
Brown; four half brothers, Marlin Klinger and Robert, Lawrence and
Mark Strohecker; and a half sister, Alma “Peg” Bordner.
She is survived by a daughter, Elaine Reed of
Wiconisco; a son, Lynn Brown of East Pittsburgh; four grandchildren;
two great-grandsons; three half sisters, Faye Wilkinson, Mabel
Thomas and Lucille Maurer; a half brother, Albert Strohecker Jr. and
A Celebration of Life Service was held Dec. 9 at
Salem Church of Rough and Ready, Klingerstown.
Burial was in Salem Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to Salem Church of Rough
and Ready Organ Fund, 1128 Ridge Road, Klingerstown 17941 or Holy
Angels Lutheran Church, 201 Caldwell Ave, Wilmerding 15148.
The Stephen R. Rothermel Funeral Home, 1133 Ridge
Rd., Klingerstown was in charge of arrangements.
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Jacques Lyman Miller
SANFORD, N.C. • Jacques Lyman Miller, 76, died Nov.
22 at UNC Chapel Hill Hospital.
He was born Dec. 12, 1936 in Wiconisco, a son of the
late George and Grace Miller.
He was a 1954 graduate of Wiconisco High School;
received a bachelor’s degree in business and management from the
University of Maryland; and received a masters degree in human
resources management from Pepperdine University.
He was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S.
Marine Corps; was a Ground Unit Supply Operations Officer; and was
assigned as Head of Enlisted Recruiting and Head of the Contact
Assistance Team of the 4th Marine Corps District, then located in
the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
He was a member of The Marine Corps Assn.; life
member of the Military Officers Assn.; and life member of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars; Marine Corps League, West Chester PA
Detachment; The Marine Corps Mustangs Assn.; and life member of the
Vietnam Chapter of the Marine Corps Tankers Assn.
He was a Naval Science Instructor for the Navy Junior
ROTC at Passiac, N.J.; Senior Marine Instructor; Marine Corps Junior
ROTC Sun Valley High School in Aston; taught in the business
department of Central Carolina Community College in Sanford, N.C.,
teaching fall, winter, spring and summer sessions at all four
campuses; and was a substitute teacher at Lee County Senior High
He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Barbara
Miller at home; a daughter, Lisa Wagner of Downington; two sons,
Jeffrey Miller of Leesburg, Va. and Steven Miller of Dover, Del.;
three sisters, Marilyn Murry of Washington Crossing, JoAnn Klinger
of Hyattsville, Md. and Mary Maiden of Halifax; and 10
Memorial services were held Dec. 1 at St. Luke United
Methodist Church, Sanford, N.C.
Burial with full military honors will be held at
Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.
Contributions may be made to UNC Hospital, 101
Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
Miller-Boles Funeral Home was in charge of
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Dolores “Dee” Valenda Appleton
PASADENA, Md. • June 21, 1924 - November 8, 2013
Because Dolores gave generously to various
organizations and charities, contributions in her memory may be
given to your choice.
McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home, P.A., Pasadena,
Maryland was in charge of arrangements.
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This is a paid obituary