Mervin J. Keefer of Wilm­ing­ton, DE

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - OBITUARIES -

Mervin J. Keefer, age 86, passed away on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 24, 2016, at Foulk Manor North Health­care, Wilm­ing­ton, DE. He was the hus­band of Regina Der­ham Keefer, with whom he shared 26 years of mar­riage. His first wife Mar­garet “Peggy” Hogg Keefer, passed away in 1988.

Born in Cham­bers­burg, PA, he was the son of the late Wal­ter and Mary Hoch Keefer.

Mr. Keefer was a Book­keeper at Waste Man­age­ment in Kel­ton, PA for over 25 years, re­tir­ing in 2000.

He was a mem­ber of the West Grove, Pres­by­te­rian Church, in West Grove, PA since 1945. He had also served as the Church Trea­surer.

He en­joyed play­ing golf, play­ing cards, trav­el­ing, gar­den­ing and be­ing with his fam­ily and friends.

In ad­di­tion to his wife, he is sur­vived by three sons, Michael J. Keefer of Pitts­burgh, PA, Scott B. Keefer and his hus­band Alf of Philadel­phia, PA and Troy S. Keefer of West Ch­ester, PA; one daugh­ter, Terri Larzelere and her hus­band Ron of Ken­nett Square, PA; two step sons, Kevin Kelly of Blades, DE and Chuck Kelly and his wife Peg of Phoenix, AZ; two step daugh­ters, Betty McCoy and her hus­band Jimmy of Pennsville, NJ and Peggy Ma­jors and her hus­band Kevin of Ne­wark, DE; four grand­chil­dren, one great grand­child, nine step grand­chil­dren and six step great grand­chil­dren.

You are in­vited to visit with his fam­ily and friends from 10:00 to 11:00 on Mon­day morn­ing, Oc­to­ber 31, 2016, at the West Grove Pres­by­te­rian Church, 139 Ever­green Street, West Grove, PA. His Fu­neral ser­vice will fol­low at 11:00. Burial will be in the New Lon­don Pres­by­te­rian Church Ceme­tery, Route 896, New Lon­don, PA.

In lieu of flow­ers, a con­tri­bu­tion in his mem­ory may be made to the West Grove Pres­by­te­rian Church, 139 Ever­green Street, West Grove, PA 19390

On­line con­do­lences may be made by vis­it­ing www. grieco­cares.com

Ar­range­ments by the Foulk & Grieco Fu­neral Home, West Grove, PA. sin­gle day be­cause our Veter­ans Ad­min­is­tra­tion is do­ing a ter­ri­ble job tak­ing care of our vets when they come back from war. It is truly sad.”

Trump said the United States has lost 70,000 fac­to­ries since 2001, and peo­ple are making less money to­day than 15 years ago. He added that Oba­macare pre­mi­ums are go­ing up and the aver­age fam­ily is spend­ing $4,500 more than be­fore on health care.

He said the United States in not re­spected any­more and that will change on Nov. 8 when his fa­ther is elected pres­i­dent.

“There is no ques­tion about it,” Eric Trump said. “No ques­tion.”

Bar­rar was the only state rep­re­sen­ta­tive from this re­gion who at­tended the news con­fer­ence.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.