Lucy Ellen Kerr Harper | Obituaries

Lucy Ellen Kerr Harper, 73, of Mount Carmel Road, 3 Springs, passed absent Thursday, July 1, 2021, at the Fulton County Medical Heart, McConnellsburg. Born Dec. 15, 1947, in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, she was a daughter of the late Richard and Anna (Crozier) Kerr. She is survived by her loving […]

Lucy Ellen Kerr Harper, 73, of Mount Carmel Road, 3 Springs, passed absent Thursday, July 1, 2021, at the Fulton County Medical Heart, McConnellsburg.

Born Dec. 15, 1947, in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, she was a daughter of the late Richard and Anna (Crozier) Kerr. She is survived by her loving spouse of 52 decades, Harold E. Harper, whom she married Sept. 27, 1968.

She is also survived by 3 sons, Jeffrey Harper and wife Jerriann, 3 Springs, Douglas Harper and wife Sheri, Altoona, and Matthew Harper and spouse Tammy, Johnstown five grandchildren, Cody Harper and spouse Haley, Corey Harper and companion Samantha Miller, Clara Harper, Daniel Harper and Addison Harper and one particular great-granddaughter, Mila Grace Harper.

4 siblings, Elizabeth Sue Baylor and spouse Richard, Danville, Jeanne Cross and husband Robert, Charlottesville, Virginia, Richard Kerr, Tallahassee, Florida, and Steven Kerr and spouse Jeane, Dover, Pennsylvania, and a number of nieces and nephews also endure.

She was preceded in dying by her stepmother, Pauline (Owen) Kerr, and a brother-in-regulation, George Harper.

Mrs. Harper was a previous hand bell and choir member of Palm Lutheran Church, Palmyra, and a longtime member of Grace United Methodist Church, Three Springs.

She was the former president of the Lebanon Mrs. Jaycees, where by she gained the best honor of Congresswoman.

Mrs. Harper was a 1965 graduate of Susquehanna Township Higher School, a 1969 graduate of Shippensburg University and received her master’s diploma from Shippensburg University in 1971.

She retired from Lebanon Faculty District immediately after becoming an elementary university trainer for 35 a long time.

She was an avid reader, liked crossword puzzles, playing solitaire, investing time with her family and touring with her spouse.

Funeral providers will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 6, at the Martin R. Brown Funeral Household, 565 Ridgley St., Orbisonia. Interment will be created at the Outdated Faculty Baptist Cemetery, Three Springs, R.R.

Mates and relatives might simply call at the funeral residence from noon till the time of the service Tuesday.

In lieu of bouquets, memorial contributions could be built to the Grace United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 344, 3 Springs, PA 17264 or to the Palm Lutheran Church, 31 West Cherry St., Palmyra, PA 17078.

On-line condolences and further more information can be acquired at www.martinrbrownfh.com and www.huntingdondailynews.com.

Edie Villetas

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