Susan Jane Meyerhoeffer

Born: Wed., Jan. 11, 1950
Died: Fri., Oct. 18, 2019


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     Susan Jane Meyerhoeffer, 69, passed away peacefully on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at the Nippenose Valley Village.
     She was born Jan. 11, 1950, in Elizabethtown.
     Sue is proceeded in death by her husband, Bruce Meyerhoeffer; her parents, Glenn Farver and Evelyn (Zerphy); two brothers, Richard Farver and Sonny (Glenn) Farver; and two nephews, Tim Farver and Darrel Shelly; and her father- and mother-in-law, Verlon and Marthalynn Meyerhoffer.
     Surviving her is two daughters, Amy Sue (Matthew) Bee, of Greenville, and Jennifer Marie (Scott) Aldinger, of Morris; five grandchildren, Alexandra Aldinger, Ethan Aldinger, Madison Bee, Luke Aldinger and Jonah Bee; a sister, Linda (Galen) Shelly, of Elizabethtown; and a brother, Douglas (Debra) Farver, of Elizabethtown.
     Sue is a graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, '67, where she enjoyed playing field hockey. She had worked at Reese Candy Company for 20 years and ManorCare of ten years.
     You couldn't have met a more fun loving and generous lady. She was often know to pick up stray animals.
     She was a member of Cedar Run Baptist Church. She enjoyed her yearly trips to Ocean City, Md. Her favorite thing to do was spending time in the mountains. You could often find her (and Bruce) hunting, hiking and snow mobiling. They also enjoyed fishing and tubing down the Pine Creek. Sue and Bruce camped at Petticoat Junction Campground for 18 years until they bought a home in Slate Run. They were Penn State Season ticket holders for over 30 years.
     The family would like to offer a heartfelt "Thank you" to the staff and administration at Nippenose Valley Village. She loved them all very much.
     A private memorial service will be held Nov. 23 in Mount Joy. An addition memorial service will be held in January, service details will be announced at a later date.
     In lieu of flowers, a donation in Sue's memory can be made to the Nippenose Valley Village 7190 S. Route 44, Williamsport, PA 17702.

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Denise (Dennie) Bower
   Posted Sun November 10, 2019
I worked with Sue at Manor Care several years ago before I changed jobs. She was always so caring and compassionate. She was there to comfort me when my Mother was spending her last days at Manor Care. I couldn’t believe when I saw her over at Nippenose Village while visiting another resident. It was so good to see her, again. Sue was helping one of the residents at Nippenose when I saw her there; always the caregiver with a heart of gold. It was an honor and privilege to know and work with Sue. Sincerely, Denise (Dennie) Bower

Jackie Bee
   Posted Thu November 21, 2019
Sue was a very kind and caring woman I was blessed to be able to know in my life.I am sorry we will not be able to attend the service because we are having our Thanksgiving Dinner that day as my husband works on Thanksgivng Day But My prayers and thoughts are with you all not only this day that you are remembering her but every day in the future that you will be missing her Love Always and God Bless Jackie Bee

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