Shirley M (Campbell) Dunkelberger

Born: Thu., May 14, 1936
Died: Sun., Oct. 27, 2019


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Nov. 02, 2019
Location: Newport First Church of God


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  Shirley Mae Dunkelberger, 83 years old, passed away Sunday, October 27, 2019 at their home in Millerstown. She was born May 14, 1936 in
Millerstown to Benjamin and Jennie (Strawser) Campbell. She was a member of the West Greentree Church of the Brethren in Elizabethtown and attended the Newport First
Church of God. She taught for a few years in the Millersburg School District where she also was coach of the girls basketball team and in the Greenwood School
District, She was an avid Duke Blue Devils Basketball fan and enjoyed cooking and baking. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family and friends.
   Shirley is survived by her husband, Bob Dunkelberger; son, Bob Dunkelberger Jr.and wife Tammy of Elizabethtown; daughter, Gwenda Moss of Winchester, VA;
siblings, Richard Campbell (Pauline), Dudley Campbell, Nancy Sweger (Robert) Frank Campbell (Sue) and Kathy Sanderson (Richard); sister-in-law, Pat Campbell ; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by brother, Abe Campbell and sister-in-law, Mary Campbell.
  A Memorial Service will be held Saturday at 11 AM at the Newport First Church of God, 334 South 5th Street, Newport with the Reverend Trevor Lightner and Reverend Cheryl Dorman to officiate.
There will be a time of fellowship following the service
  In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Shirley are requested to Bread of Life Outreach, c/o Newport Assembly of God, 253 North 6th Street, Newport, PA 17074 or Hospice
of Central PA, 1320 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
  


 

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Dallas Wolgemuth
   Posted Tue October 29, 2019
Bob, I am going to assume that your are the family who operated the Florin Farms Orchard in the mid-1960's located in Mount Joy PA. If true, then I was blessed to have worked for you at your fruit stand along River Road (PA 441), near Rowenna PA, the summer of 1967. I want to express my sincerest condolences to you and to your family. May you sense God's love and care during this time of grief for the loss of a wife, mother, and grandmother.

Joe Nolt
   Posted Tue October 29, 2019
Bob, Bobby, Gwenda, As I read about Shirley’s passing, I was flooded with fond memories of all of you. Bob, you and Shirley could not have been a better example to me as a young lad at his first job. You modeled and taught me many life skills that I still appreciate today. Bobby, I remember the day you were born and how proud your Mom and Dad were of you. Gwenda, I remember of your days at “Trop”, a young woman that made your Mother proud. I want to express my sincerest condolences to all of you. May you sense God's love and care during this time of grief for the loss of a wife and mother.

Mary Jane Lauver King
   Posted Wed October 30, 2019
Thank you so much for printing Shirley's picture, I might not have know the last name, but I certainly remember that smile. She always had what I called the Campbell smile. It brought back a flood of memories of growing up in Millerstown and my dad (Skip Lauver) driving truck for Ben and Jennie. They always cared so much for the family. If memory serves me right Shirley and my brother (Ducky) went to school together and I think from time to time even got into a little harmless trouble.

My love and prayers are with the family. Cherish the memories of her life and have hope in the future that you will join her one day.
Love from the Lauver family. Mary Jane (Lauver) King