Richard E. Lehman
Born April 23, 1943 in Waynesboro, he was the son of Florence I. (Randall) Lehman, Hagerstown, MD and the late Chester G. Lehman. He spent his early life in Williamson, PA. Mr. Lehman attended St. Thomas schools. He and his wife, Arlene F. (Faust) Lehman, were married on October 26, 1973 in Hagerstown. They lived at their current residence for the past thirty years. Mr. Lehman worked on a farm in his early years and later as a chipper and grinder for the former Chambersburg Engineering and most recently for TB Wood's, Chambersburg. He attended Antrim Assembly of God Church, Greencastle, PA and enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoors. In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by two daughters: Tina Bear, Chambersburg, Tanya Mentzer, Greencastle; a son: Michael Lehman, Chambersburg; five grandchildren, two great grandchildren; four sisters: Cinda L. Pittman, Greencastle, Delta R. Oberholzer, Greencastle, Shirley L. Amis, Chambersburg, LaVonne I. Tobias, Waynesboro; two brothers: Roy L. Lehman, Chambersburg, Ronald E. Lehman, Winchester, VA; and several nieces and nephews.
Both his father and brother, John L. Lehman, preceded him in death.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, 384 Floral Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201 or Hospice of the Good Shepard, 2700 Luther Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201.
The Rev. Albert Allen Knox, 76, formerly of Hagerstown and a resident of Julia Manor Nursing Center, died Friday, Jan. 18, 2008, at Julia Manor. Born Aug. 9, 1931, in Vindex, Md., he was the son of the late Howard F. Knox and Lula Pearl Sims Knox.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine L. Knox, in 1993.
He was employed by H. B. Mellott Co.
He was a minister for more than 30 years. He provided ministry to nursing homes.
He was a member of Greencastle (Pa.) Antrim Assembly of God.
He is survived by five daughters, Cindy L. Schildtknecht and Victoria R. Lantz, both of Hagerstown, Beverly J. Forshey of State Line, Pa., Gloria J. Rankin of Berkeley Springs, W.Va. and Brenda K. Exline of Hancock; two sons, David A. Knox and Albert L. Knox, both of Hagerstown; one sister, Beatrice Kiefer of Glassport, Pa.; one brother, Alvin Knox of McKeesport, Pa.; 14 grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by three sisters, Dorothy Mullens, Freda Kinser and Nellie Bray; and three brothers, Harold Knox, Howard Knox and Ardern Knox.
Robert H. Miller
Born Feb. 8, 1930 in Greencastle, he was the son of the late Harry J. and Daisy V. (Coldsmith) Miller.
He was employed at Anvil Products (now Beck Manufacturing) of Greencastle.
Mr. Miller was a member of the Antrim Assembly Of God of Greencastle.
He was also a member of the Rescue Hose Co. 1 of Greencastle, Mercersburg Sportsman Association and the Chambersburg Rod and Gun Club.
Mr. Miller enjoyed fishing, hunting and being with his greatgrandsons.
He and his wife, Hazel M. (Bryan) Miller, were married July 17, 1948.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a grandson, Rick L. Bingaman of Greencastle; two great-grandsons, Austin and Blaine Bingaman of Greencastle; a brother, Charles R. "Joe" Miller of Greencastle; three sisters, Irene Barbuzanes of Greencastle, Betty Myers of State Line and Doris Statler of Chambersburg; and a number of nieces and nephews
He was preceded in death by two daughters, Anna Marie Miller on Nov. 21, 1953 and Peggy Ann Bingaman on Nov. 7, 1994; two sisters, Mary Tosten and Frances McDonald; and one brother, Harry "Buck" Miller.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to Antrim Assembly Of God, 11192 Bemisderfer Rd., Greencastle, Pa. 17225.
05.11.08 Remembering Dottie Rambo
We are sad to report that singer-songwriter Joyce "Dottie" Rambo was fatally injured in a bus accident in southwest Missouri early Sunday morning. The bus was on the way to a Mother's Day performance in North Richland Hills, Texas, and was traveling through high winds when it ran off the road and hit an embankment approximately two miles east of Mount Vernon on Interstate 44.
Seven other individuals were traveling with Dottie on the bus and received moderate to severe injuries, according to a highway patrol; those individuals were hospitalized in Springfield.
Rambo was a beloved friend and legend in the Gospel Music community. She wrote more than 2,500 published songs during her 74 years, including classics such as "He Looked Beyond My Fault and Saw My Need" and the 1982 Gospel Music Association Song of the Year, "We Shall Behold Him."
Robert L. Mayhugh Jr.
Born September 18, 1932 in Waynesboro, Pa. he was the son of Anna (Bowders) Mayhugh Miller of Waynesboro, Pa. and the late Robert L. Mayhugh Sr.
He retired from Letterkenny Army Depot Chambersburg. He, along with his wife operated Mayhugh's Ceramics in their home for a number of years. Following his retirement, he worked at Kenny's Auction in Chambersburg.
Mr. Mayhugh was a member of the Antrim Assembly Of God Church of Greencastle where he served on the church board and on the sound room staff. He was a member of the Shady Grove Ruritan Club and was an assistant Scout Master of Troop #95 of Shady Grove. He also managed for 13 years Little League baseball teams in Shady Grove and in Greencastle. He enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting and golfing.
He attended Greencastle High School. He and his wife, Mary E. (Rice) Mayhugh were married October 20, 1950 in Hagerstown, Md.
Surviving family in addition to his wife of 56 years are:
One daughter, Sandra A. Breese of Shady Grove, Pa.Three Sons, Gary L. Mayhugh and Kenneth E. Mayhugh, both of Greencastle, Pa. and Anthony W. Mayhugh of Williamsport, Md. One sister, Donna Shatzer, Waynesboro, Pa. Ten grandchildren and Eleven great-grandchildren He was preceded in death by two sisters, Betty Christophel and Joanne Mayhugh.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday January 23 at 2:00 P.M. from the Antrim Assembly of God Church 11192 Bemisderfer Rd. Greencastle, Pa. with Pastors Renee Berkey and Robert Wertz officiating. Burial will be in the Beautiful View Cemetery in State Line. The family will receive friends at the Harold M. Zimmerman And Son Funeral Home 45 S. Carlisle St. Greencastle on Tuesday evening from 6 - 8 P.M. and at the church one hour before the service on Wednesday. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be given in his memory to the Antrim Assembly Of God Church 11192 Bemisderfer Rd. Greencastle, Pa. 17225.
Born Aug. 28, 1954 - With his Lord and Savior - Saturday Feb 10, 2007
Surrounded by Your glory, what will my heart feel?
Will I dance for You Jesus or in awe of You be still?
Will I stand in Your presence or to my knees will I fall?
Will I sing hallelujah, will I be able to speak at all?
What I will do Is forever WORSHIP YOU!!!!!!!!!
"Rejoice in knowing that death does not have the final word. There will be a tomorrow."
Thomas E. Trask, Former General Superintendent
If you would like to make a contribution to Speed-the-Light in his memory, please send donations to:
Antrim Assembly of God
ATTN: Speed-the-Light Memorial Fund
11192 Bemisderfer Road
Greencastle, PA 17225
Teddy R. Talhelm
Teddy R. Talhelm, 86, a resident of Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Chambersburg, and formerly of 11760 Carol Ave., and 104 E. Baltimore St., both of Greencastle, died at 8:36 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007, in the nursing home. He had been in failing health for the past year and critically ill for the past two months.
Born January 19, 1921 near Fairview, Md., he was the son of the late Hoover and Mary (Dagenhart) Talhelm. He lived his early life near Wilson, Md., prior to moving to Pennsylvania at the age of 4.
Mr. Talhem attended Brown's Mill School in Kauffman Station.
He served with the United States Army during World War II from 1944-1946 in the Pacific Theater.
He and his wife, the late Gladys (Marlin) Talhelm, were married Nov. 19, 1939, in Huyett Cross Roads, Md. Mrs. Talhelm died Nov. 1, 1989. Mr. Talhelm moved to Carol Ave. in October 2000 and entered the nursing home Aug. 27, 2007.
Mr. Talhelm worked for Fairchild Aircraft, Hagerstown, in the early 1940s. He was later employed as a farm laborer for 35 years for Lynn Huber of Lemasters; A.W. Martin of Greenvillage for 14 years; and Don McCullough of Newville for 5 years. Following his retirement in 1986, he worked part time for Minnich-Miller-May Funeral Home, presently Miller- Bowersox Funeral Home.
He attended services at Antrim Assembly of God Church, Greencastle.
He was a life member of Charles Nitterhouse V.F.W. Post 1599, Chambersburg, and he was a member of American Legion Post 945, Williamsburg.
Mr. Talhelm enjoyed driving, playing cards, and trains.
He is survived by four daughters, Anna K. Hummer of Greencastle, Janet I. Durda of Cape Coral, Fla., Janice A. Fraley of Ransom, W.Va. and Sharon L. Johnson of Arizona; four sons, Charles W. Talhelm of Chambersburg, Ronald R. Talhelm of Houston, Texas. Larry E. Talhelm of Martinsburg, W.Va. and Curtis L. Talhelm of Fredericksburg, Va.; 17 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; four sisters, Patsy Cordell, Ima Souders and Zetta Glass, all of St. Thomas, and Leona Mackey of Chambersburg; special friend, Betty Divens of Waynecastle; and a number of nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Heartland Hospice, 1200 Walnut Bottom Road, Suite 302, Carlisle, PA, 17015.