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December 31, 2018

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December 10, 2018

            Jean L. (Schultz) Haas, 81, widow of Melvin Haas, of Bechtelsville, passed

away peacefully on Decembe 6, 2018 in her home.  Born in 

Hereford, she was the daughter of the late Melvin C. and Dorothy A. (Berger) Schultz.

            Jean was a graduate of East Greenville High School and was employed at Bally Case and Cooler as a secretary for many years. She also worked at the Boyertown Body works as a switchboard operator and retired from driving a Rosenberger Dairies' tank truck.

            She was actively involved in church and charitable activities at the Bethany EC Church, Barto and the Pentecostal Revival Center in Westfield.

            She had a lifelong passion for horses and was active in local riding clubs.

            Surviving are her daughter-in-law, Dawn Derr; two grandsons, Brandon and ...



December 10, 2018

            Jean L. (Schultz) Haas, 81, widow of Melvin Haas, of Bechtelsville, passed

away peacefully on Decembe 6, 2018 in her home.  Born in 

Hereford, she was the daughter of the late Melvin C. and Dorothy A. (Berger) Schultz.

            Jean was a graduate of East Greenville High School and was employed at Bally Case and Cooler as a secretary for many years. She also worked at the Boyertown Body works as a switchboard operator and retired from driving a Rosenberger Dairies' tank truck.

            She was actively involved in church and charitable activities at the Bethany EC Church, Barto and the Pentecostal Revival Center in Westfield.

            She had a lifelong passion for horses and was active in local riding clubs.

            Surviving are her daughter-in-law, Dawn Derr; two grandsons, Brandon and ...



December 10, 2018

            Frances C. Bittenbender, 72, of East Greenville, passed away December

6, 2018 in Pennsburg Manor. She was the widow of Dale O. Bittenbender. Born in Reading, she was the daughter of the late Albert & Madeline (Fritz) Buckner.

            Frances began her career as a cafeteria lady for the Upper Perkiomen School District for 12 years.  She then worked for the former Red Hill Financial for 6 years.  She retired from Grand View Hospital after 18 years, and then worked part time at Walmart. 

            She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Pennsburg, where she was a former Sunday school teacher. She was also a Band & Sports Booster when her sons were in school, a member of the Upper Perk Senior Center, and a former member of the Ladies of the Golden Eagle.

            Surviving are sons: Anthony and his wife, Juanita, William and ...



December 10, 2018

            Richard R. Fronheiser, 84, of Pennsburg, passed away Thursday, December 

6, 2018 at St. Luke's Hospital in Quakertown. He was the loving husband of Louise H. (Hammerle) Fronheiser.

            Born in Barto, he was one of ten children of the late Lawrence and Marie (Melcher) Fronheiser.

            He was a 1953 graduate of Boyertown High School, proudly served in the United States Army for two years and then became a production worker for Occidental Chemical Corporation in Pottstown for many years before retiring.

            Richard was a member of St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Pennsburg and the Pottstown/Sanatoga American Legion Post 244. He was an outdoorsman and enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping.

            Surviving along with his wife of 60 years, are his three sons, Kevin A. Fronheiser and wife, Brenda, Dean R. Fronheiser and Joseph B. Fronheiser and ...



November 29, 2018

            Kenneth L. Himmelwright, Jr., 76, of Pennsburg, passed away Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at LifeQuest Nursing Center in Quakertown. He was the husband of Cynthia A. (Krause) Himmelwright, sharing 47 years of marriage together.

            Born in Sellersville, he was a son to the late Kenneth L. and Helen (Stubanus) Himmelwright, Sr.

            Kenny worked for Roadway Express in Line Lexington as a truck driver for 36 years earning a safe driving award and reaching two million miles.

            He enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting, snowmobiling, and riding his motorcycle. He also enjoyed engine repair and motorcycle and stock car racing. Above all of this, his greatest pleasure was spending time with his family.

            Along with his wife, he is survived by his two children, Jeremy I. Himmelwright of Quakertown and Rebecca A., wife of Matthew Weiss of Barto; three grandchildren Gavin, Brody and Liam Weiss; and his brother, Roy D. Himmelwright and companion Dolores Schaffer of Green Lane.

            A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 30, 2018 at ...



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