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Burial will be held in Twin Hills Memorial Park, Muncy. East, 53, of Williamsport, died Sunday, April 26, 2015, at the Williamsport Regional Medical Center. 11, 1961, at Fort Lee, Va., he was the son of the Rev. He graduated from William Tennant High School in Warminster in 1980. Sanner Sr., 84, of Hughesville, died Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at his home. (Pearl Stewart) Sanner of Jersey Shore; a sister, Peg Wargo of Zepher Hills, FL; a brother, Lee (Amy) Sanner of Chealsa, AL; 12 grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; and one great-great-granddaughter.
Arrangements are being handled by the Allen & Redmond Funeral Home, 331 Elmira St., Williamsport. Upon graduating he returned to live in Williamsport and worked as a laborer in several companies in the area, plus taxi driver and telemarketing. Born August 10, 1930 in Clarkstown, he was a son of the late Ralph and Bessie Clouser Sanner. Miller, preceded him in death on September 30, 2008. In addition to his wife and parents, John was preceded in death by two sons, Roger and Barry Sanner; two grandsons, Jason Sanner and Brian Budman; and a sister, Ruth Bartlow.
He was well known for his walks all over town where he often met new people. Walker of Williamsport, three grandchildren; Richelle A. Walker, both of Williamsport and Shalese James-Perez of Florida, two great-grandchildren; Brooklyn Perez and London Perez, one sister; Doris E.
Brown (Raymond) of New Jersey and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by one son; Eden Hudson, one foster son; Jeffrey Olson and two brothers; Robert and Donald Hudson.
In keeping with the wishes of Calvin, there will be no services. He first came to live in Williamsport in September 1963 and moved to Warminster (Bucks County) in 1973.
They were married for 38 years at the time of her death.
Calvin was a member of the Men’s Group at the Center and enjoyed studying the bible, hunting, fishing, playing the guitar and harmonica, singing, stamp collecting and coin collecting.
Brian loved cars and motorcycles and enjoyed riding with his friends. Reynolds, of Philadelphia; uncle, Recardo Strothers Sr., of Williamsport; and a host of cousins. John was a self employed logger for most of his career. The family will hold a graveside memorial service on Monday, May 4, at 5 p.m., in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, with Ronald Statts officiating.
In addition to his father, Brian is survived by his daughter, Naykeshia (Rondell) Carson, of Warminster; son, Brian M. He loved his children and his granddaughters were his heart and joy. He loved visiting with friends and neighbors, especially breakfast with them every morning at May’s restaurant. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family at
East, of Danville; sister, Michele (Richard) Venegar, of Flower Mound, Texas; granddaughters, Chondell and Naylah Carson; significant other of 20 years, Tammy Frye, of Williamsport; aunts, Patricia G. Brian with love and devotion was a dedicated caregiver to his father during the past four years. John also enjoyed bowling, hunting, fishing and woodworking. (Ron Bills) Calabro of Hughesville; five sons, John R. Betty Earnstine Fenstemacher Bower Betty Earnstine Fenstemacher Bower, 84, of Lock Haven passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at her home.
His first priority was to see that Dad was properly cared for, received medical attention and transportation to and from any place he desired to go and ensured daily medical requirements were executed. Born on July14, 1930 in Williamsport, she was the daughter of the late Alfred and Eleanor Pidcoe Fenstemacher.