George Wesley Stuber

Born: Sun., Dec. 31, 1961
Died: Fri., Jan. 24, 2020


1:30 PM to 2:30 PM, Sun., Feb. 09, 2020
Location: Saville Brethren in Christ Church

Memorial Service

2:30 PM Sun., Feb. 09, 2020
Location: Saville Brethren in Christ Church

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George Wesley Stuber – 58 formerly of Perry County went to be with the Lord on
Friday, January 24, 2020 at Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. Born in
Carlisle, Pa on December 31, 1961 he was a son of George O. and Phyllis E.
(Peterson) Stuber from Ickesburg, Pa.
He graduated from West Perry High School the Class of 1980 and then continued his
education at Belle & Howell Institute of Technology, Columbus, Ohio. After his
education he landed a job with Piezo Crystal Company in Carlisle, PA till 1992 and
started a new career as a tractor trailer driver and logged in over 2.6 million miles
traveling across the United States while working for Schneider, Barr-Nunn and
Roadway (YRC) trucking companies. He later worked at Home Depot in PA and NY for
several years till he fell ill.
He is survived by a fiancée Darlene Kohl of Addison, NY and two children Angela
(Kanneg Stuber) Padegimas and husband Corey of Dallas, Texas and a son of Pa. and
grandson Tristen Padegimas of Dallas, Tx. His siblings: sisters Rosalie M. Heisey and
husband Jack D of Marysville, Pa and Natalie D. Sullivan and fiancé Ricardo Vargas of
Nicaragua and brother Bradley J. Stuber and wife Lori of Dauphin, Pa. Niece Mary R.
(Weibley) Stutzman and husband Kenneth of Newport, Pa and Nephew Douglas W.
Heisey and wife Jennifer of Harrisburg, Pa.
He preceded death by Paternal Grandparents Omer B. and Mae A. (Freeman) Stuber
and Maternal Grandparents John M. and Ruth R. (Smith) Peterson.
A memorial services will be at the Saville Brethren in Christ Church, 2105 Liberty Valley
Road, Ickesburg, Pa 17037 on Sunday, February 9 at 2:30 pm, with visitation starting at
1:30 pm. His final resting place will be at the Buffalo Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to Buffalo Cemetery, c/o Terry
Urich, Treasurer, P.O. Box 202, Ickesburg, Pa 17037 or American Heart Association,
4250 Crums Mill Road, Harrisburg, PA 17112 or American Diabetes Association, P.O.
Box 15829, Arlington, Va 22215

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Paul and Linda Stuber
   Posted Mon February 03, 2020
WE are so sorry to hear of the passing of Wes. WE know how hard it is to have a child pass before us. We all hope that we pass before our children. Only the Lord has controll of that. Allways remember the good times that you had together, and that will help you get through this difficult time. You are in our Thoughts and Prayers.
Love Paul and Linda

Marietta Haller
   Posted Fri February 07, 2020
I'm sorry to hear that George has passed away. Sending my deepest condolences
Rest in peace
Marietta and Donnie Haller
( Darlene Kohl's sister and husband )

Deborah Barrick Zeigler
   Posted Sat February 08, 2020
I am so sorry to hear Wes has passed away. I met him at vo-tech in high school. My friend Karen and I would come over to your farm.

Dawn Siderowicz
   Posted Sun February 09, 2020
George and I worked together at Home Depot in Wyomissing Pa. He was very protective of me (I have several health issues myself. ) George was a good man who always did what he believed in. Several of his co workers knew they could always count on George to help with projects or lend a strong shoulder if needed. He often talked about his parents and how he grew up on a farm in rural Pa. He loved Darlene very much and he loved his puppies. I will miss him. May God bless him and comfort his family and friends.

Karen Hummel
   Posted Wed February 12, 2020
Wes was a classmate of mine. We ran around together our sr year. Had a great senior trip to Kings Dominion with him. Spent Friday nights in Newville with Deb.
Lots of memories. Will miss him. Rest in peace Wes

Thoughts and prayers to his family

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