Dorothy J (Lauver) Stuckey

Born: Fri., Oct. 13, 1950
Died: Sun., Aug. 8, 2021


2:30 PM to 3:00 PM, Sun., Aug. 22, 2021
Location: St. Paul's Lutheran Church

Memorial Service

3:00 PM Sun., Aug. 22, 2021
Location: St. Paul's Lutheran Church

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Dorothy J. (Lauver) Stuckey, 70 years old, formerly of Newport and Harrisburg, passed away Sunday, August 8, 2021 at Premier at Perry Village in New Bloomfield. She was born October 13, 1950 in Millerstown to the late Edward and Kathryn (Flickinger) Lauver. She was a 1968 graduate of Greenwood HS.  She was a member of Tree of Life Lutheran Church in Harrisburg and retired from Highmark.  Dorothy loved to be at the beach, but her greatest joys were her grandchildren.
   Dorothy is survived by her loving companion of 20 years, Jeff Ludwig of Harrisburg; son Thomas B. Stuckey, Jr. (Christina) of Shermansdale; daughter Jennifer R. Stuckey of Newport; brother George E. Lauver (Rhonda) of Concord, NC; sisters  Pastor Mary Jane King (Lyle) of Carlisle and Frances K. Lauver of Harrisburg; two step sons, Jonathan (Jennifer) Ludwig of Leland, NC and Scott (Christina) Ludwig of Mt. Wolf; six grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her son Todd M. Stuckey, brother Donald O. Thompson and sister Ruth E. (Lauver) Bechtel.
  Services will be held Sunday, August 22 at St Paul Lutheran Church, Newport with a visitation from 2:30 PM until the Memorial Service at 3 PM with the Reverend Richard Geib officiating.
  In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to Tree of Life Lutheran Church, Humane Society of Harrisburg or Parkinson's or Heart Associations.

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Jeannette &Tom Baer
   Posted Wed August 11, 2021
So sorry to hear of mom's passing, I was just wondering about her the other week. The whole family will be thinking of you and your families prayers.

Connie Lower
   Posted Wed August 11, 2021
Dorothy was one of my best friends! We were each other’s confidant, we were travel companions, we shared lots of cook outs, picnics and meals together, she was even my roommate for awhile. We were always there for each other through the hard times and shared in the good times. I will miss her. My regret is, I just came up from Fl. and was planning on visiting her this week but that didn’t get to happen. I guess best friends don’t really say goodbye, just until we meet again. Love you and will miss you. Love hugs and prayers for Jeff and the family. If you need me, I’m here for you.

Richard Shoaff
   Posted Thu August 19, 2021
Tom and Christina and Jennifer, We are so sorry about your Mom. We have wonderful memories visiting with your family when you were young. Just know our thoughts and prayers are uplifting your family. May all the wonderful memories help during this difficult time. Love Rich and Nancy Shoaff

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