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Shirley A. Renner

Shirley A. Renner

Mar 11th, 2012


Shirley A. Renner, 82, of Littlestown, died Sunday, March 11, at her home surrounded by her family.  The wife of Paul E. Renner for 64 years.  Born Sept 9, 1929 in Pleasant Valley, MD, she was the daughter of the late Wilmer & Arlene (Kemper) Myers.  She was a graduate of Charles Carroll School. She had been a secretary for Brown & Shipley of Westminster and was a homemaker later in life. 
In addition to her husband, Shirley is survived by two sons:  Steven W. Renner & wife, Linda C., of Littlestown; The Rev. Chris E. Renner & wife, Bea, of Chambersburg;  a daughter, Paula Frey of Littlestown;  6 grandchildren:  Andrea Keller, Kimberly Renner, Kelly Renner, Charles Renner, Ben Renner and Kara Renner;  5 great grandchildren:  Lindsy, Christian, Luke, Caleb and Alaina; a brother, Larry Myers of Westminster and a sister, Delores Yingling of Westminster.  Shirley was predeceased by a son-in-law, David Frey and a brother, Gordon Myers.
She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Littlestown.  Shirley enjoyed going on family trips to Tioga County ("Pappy's Retreat").  Shirley's life passion was her family and church.
Funeral Service is Thursday, March 15, at 11 A.M. at her church with The Rev. James S. Dunlop and her son, The Rev. Chris Renner, officiating.  There will be no Viewing; however, the family will receive friends Wednesday 5 - 8 P.M. at Little's Funeral Home, Littlestown.  Interment will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Littlestown.  Pallbearers will be:  Charles, Ben, Steve and Chris Renner, Rich Keller and Larry Myers.  Memorials in Shirley's name may be sent to:  AsceraCare - 44 Bowman Rd., York, PA  17408  OR  Visiting Angels - 104 Carlisle St., Hanover, PA  17331  OR St. John's Lutheran Church - 665 St. John's Rd., Littlestown, PA  17340.

Shirley Bowman
Jun 28th, 2012 11:03 am
I\'m so sorry for your loss. I met Shirley years ago during jury duty. I\'m sure you heard of the funny case we had to hear. Shirley was so nice and we enjoyed each others company during that week of jury duty. We always stoped and talked to each other for years after that and I\'ll never forget the time we had together. She was one of those people that you liked right away and I will never forget her. Again, I\'m sorry for your loss.
John Eline
Mar 15th, 2012 11:43 am
To Paul, Steve, Paula & Chris and families:
Please know that my thoughts have been with you this week. I know that the psst few months have been difficult on the family and I hope you find some comfort in knowing that your wife, mother and grandmother is no longer suffering. Even still, the loss of a loved one is never easy. I hope that just knowing that others care and are available to you at this times will help you through this.
Again, my deepest sympathy and regards,
John Eline

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