In memory of
Dolores Marie Fetter
In memory of
Dolores Marie Fetter
Dolores Marie (Hilton) Fetter, 83, of Middletown, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2021. She was born on February 2, 1938 in Enhaut, PA to the late George J. and Elsie M. (Diegel) Hilton. Dolores was preceded in death by her husband, Richard G. (Dick) Fetter on January 2, 2021. She is survived by her children, John Schue (Cindy) Georganne Taylor, Mitchell Schue (Jody), Suzanne Reddinger (Tom); her stepchildren, Bryan Fetter, Barry Fetter (Nina), Brenda Crow (Andy); 12 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; a sister, Charlotte Silks; a brother, Bill Hilton (Mikki); numerous nieces, nephews, and a brother-in-law, Jerry Fetter. Her son-in-law, Joseph Taylor and nephew, Daniel Tezak predeceased her. She was a graduate of Swatara High School and had lived in Eugene, OR for a time before moving back to Enhaut where she raised her four children. She had previously worked for Capital Bakers, Resistance Products, and Olivetti Typewriters before marrying Dick and moving to Middletown. Dolores's greatest pleasure in life was time spent with family. She was always happiest at big family Christmas gatherings, a visit to John and Cindy's camp in Austin, PA, at a fancy tea party with "her girls" Georgie and Suzy, dinner with Georgie and Joe (and Gram and Pap), a trip to Mitch and Jody's home in DE, a holiday or Sunday family dinner with Tom and Sue's bunch, or even when a family member just stopped by to say hello. And, let's not forget her love of purses (much to Dick's dismay). While many of her later years were beset with multiple health issues, she always persevered to spend more time with Dick and her family. She was a member of Salem Lutheran Church of Oberlin, PA. She and Dick also were members of several Antique Truck Clubs where they made many lifelong friends. For many years, they had reserved seats at Williams Grove Speedway, (Mom's favorite was Mitch Smith back in the day). A graveside memorial service for Dick and Dolores will be held at Churchville Cemetery, Oberlin, PA at a future date to be announced. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Salem Lutheran Church, Frey Village in Middletown, or any of the Antique Truck organizations. K.M. Knight Funeral Home, Highspire is handling arrangements. www.pennlive.com/obits
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Highspire, PA 17034
In memory of
Dolores Marie Fetter
Dolores Marie (Hilton) Fetter, 83, of Middletown, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2021. She was born on February 2, 1938 in Enhaut, PA to the late George J. and Elsie M. (Diegel) Hilton. Dolores was preceded in death by her husband, Richard G. (Dick) Fetter on January 2, 2021. She is survived by her children, John Schue (Cindy) Georganne Taylor, Mitchell Schue (Jody), Suzanne Reddinger (Tom); her stepchildren, Bryan Fetter, Barry Fetter (Nina), Brenda Crow (Andy); 12 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; a sister, Charlotte Silks; a brother, Bill Hilton (Mikki); numerous nieces, nephews, and a brother-in-law, Jerry Fetter. Her son-in-law, Joseph Taylor and nephew, Daniel Tezak predeceased her. She was a graduate of Swatara High School and had lived in Eugene, OR for a time before moving back to Enhaut where she raised her four children. She had previously worked for Capital Bakers, Resistance Products, and Olivetti Typewriters before marrying Dick and moving to Middletown. Dolores's greatest pleasure in life was time spent with family. She was always happiest at big family Christmas gatherings, a visit to John and Cindy's camp in Austin, PA, at a fancy tea party with "her girls" Georgie and Suzy, dinner with Georgie and Joe (and Gram and Pap), a trip to Mitch and Jody's home in DE, a holiday or Sunday family dinner with Tom and Sue's bunch, or even when a family member just stopped by to say hello. And, let's not forget her love of purses (much to Dick's dismay). While many of her later years were beset with multiple health issues, she always persevered to spend more time with Dick and her family. She was a member of Salem Lutheran Church of Oberlin, PA. She and Dick also were members of several Antique Truck Clubs where they made many lifelong friends. For many years, they had reserved seats at Williams Grove Speedway, (Mom's favorite was Mitch Smith back in the day). A graveside memorial service for Dick and Dolores will be held at Churchville Cemetery, Oberlin, PA at a future date to be announced. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Salem Lutheran Church, Frey Village in Middletown, or any of the Antique Truck organizations. K.M. Knight Funeral Home, Highspire is handling arrangements. www.pennlive.com/obits
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