Carol A (Rice) Sheaffer

Born: Mon., Mar. 31, 1947
Died: Sun., Feb. 24, 2019


Visitation

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Sun., Mar. 03, 2019
Location: New Harvest Community Church


Celebration of Life

3:00 PM Sun., Mar. 03, 2019
Location: New Harvest Community Church


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 Carol Ann (Rice) Sheaffer, 71 years old, formerly of New Bloomfield, passed away Sunday, February 24, 2019 at her home in Tuscarora Township, Millerstown. She was born March 31, 1947 to the late Paul M. and Grace (Hartzell) Rice Sr.
  She was a self employed cleaning lady who loved her work and those she worked for.  She was a member of New Harvest Community Church and the Millerstown Moose Auxiliary. She loved spending time with her family, pets and cooking.
  Carol is survived by her husband, William D. Sheaffer; sons, John P. Hoffman of New Bloomfield and Troy W. Stammel and wife Nancy of Dauphin; daughters, Tanuya (Helsel) Matter and husband John of Millerstown, Paula (Sheaffer) Berrier and husband David of McVeytown and Tina M. Aumiller and husband Jim of Milroy; grandchildren, Bo J. Aumiller III, Maisie Aumiller, Thomas and Trevor Stammel, Carly and Madison Berrier and Jenna M. and Grace L. Matter and two great grandsons. She is survived by sister, Lyndia Jones and preceded in death by brother, Paul M. Rice Jr.
  Services will be held Sunday, March 3 at the New Harvest Community Church, 527 Maple Street, Millerstown with a visitation from 2 -3 PM with the Service of Remembrance to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to Perry County Animal Rescue, 507 Sugar Run Road, Millerstown, PA 17062.
 

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Melodee Kerr
   Posted Sun February 24, 2019
Carol, what can I say, was a most wonderful woman and she will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences to the family. I always enjoyed it when she was at our home and she was the easiest person to get along with. Love you Carol and I will see you again one day.

Steven Hoffman
   Posted Sat March 16, 2019
Carol Ann was my cousin. Although we rarely saw each other in our adult lives, I recall wonderful memories as children visiting her home (Grace her mother and with my mother Lillian). Enjoyed the little fishing pond, our play time and hikes in the fields. My condolences to her extended family. May your shared memories be some comfort at this time.

Steve Hoffman