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Elizabeth M Yingling

Elizabeth M Yingling

Jun 17th, 2013


Elizabeth M. Stair Yingling, 98, formerly of Littlestown, died Mon., June 17, at Village of Laurel Run, Fayetteville.  She was the widow of Kenneth A. Stair who died Aug 20, 1967 and Grover Yingling who died Dec 1, 1981.  Born Aug 7, 1914 in Adams County, Elizabeth was the daughter of the late Walter & Margie (Foulk) Morelock.  She was employed with various sewing  and shoe factories in the local area and was retired from Jack Tar Togs, Littlestown.  She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Two Taverns.
Elizabeth is survived by two daughters:  Elaine L. Pottorff of Gettysburg; Sue E. Budd of Pen Yan, NY; 6 grandchildren:  Kim Shuster, Lyn Shellhammer, Lee Jocelyn, Roy Budd, Tod Budd and Chelsea Pottorff; 8 great grandchildren; 8 great great grandchilden; a brother Bradley Morelock of Fayetteville and a sister Helen Noble of New Oxford.  Elizabeth is predeceased by a twin sister, Kathryn Myers; 2 sisters:  Adeline Stotler, Isabelle Nester and a brother, Walter “Bud” Morelock, Jr. 
Funeral Service is Friday, June 21, at 10 A.M. at Little’s Funeral  Home, Littlestown with her pastor, The Rev. John Largen officiating.  Viewings are Thurs 6 – 8 P.M.  and Fri 9 – 10 A.M., both at the funeral  home.  Interment is in Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Two Taverns.  Memorials in Elizabeth’s name may be sent to:  Grace Lutheran Church, 3045 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, PA  17325.  Online condolences may be shared on

Tammy Nash (Niece) Isabell's daughter
Jun 20th, 2013 1:57 pm
Aunt Libby was a wonderful person who enjoyed life. At family reunions she always wanted to share her Frog Town water. She loved talking to people as the Morelock family all did and do! Our family has lost an elder, who was so full of knowledge, faith and love for all. Aunt Libby will be truly missed, but I know the reunion of family and friends in Heaven is the greatest! God, I thank you for giving us Aunt Libby! God bless all those who loved her!
Lois Burton (Neice) Isabell\'s daughter
Jun 18th, 2013 9:48 pm
Aunt Kibby was a unique, funny and wonderful woman. She loved telling jokes and loved people. My Mother and Aunt Libby had many long telephone conversations talking about everything and everyone they knew. They loved talking about the good old days on the farm. Charles and I were planning on visiting her this summer. RIP and now you can tell your jokes in Heaven. I have wonderful memories of Natural Dam and visiting her in Frog Town, where they have the best water, according to Aunt Libby.

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