Marvin J. "Beanie" Stoner, 85, of
Camp Hill, passed away Saturday, November 12, 2011, at the Homeland Center, Harrisburg. He was born on Wednesday, October
27, 1926, in Camp Hill, a son of the late Charles H. and Margaret (Morrison) Stoner. He was married for 49 years to the late
Ruth (Peifer) Stoner, who died Oct. 2, 1997.
Marvin was a Camp Hill High School graduate and was a US Army veteran of WWII. After his honorable discharge
from the Army, he graduated from the Stevens Trade School in Lancaster. He was the co-owner and operator for more than 40
years of Stoner Brothers Masonry Contractors, Camp Hill. Marvin formerly attended the Camp Hill Church of God and was a former
member of the Dry Run American Legion Post 232, the West Shore Builders Association, the Carlisle Country Club and the Camp
Hill Lions Club. Beanie was a member and former trustee of the Penn-Harrisburg Deer Camp near Horse Valley.
He is survived by two sons; Stephen J. (and his wife, Lori) Stoner of
Mechanicsburg and Scott M. (and his wife, Cindy) Stoner of Enola, one daughter, Patricia A. (and her husband, John) Geiger
of Mechanicsburg, three brothers; Marlin C. Stoner of Texas, Wayne M. Stoner of Mechanicsburg and Glenn B. Stoner of New Cumberland,
seven grandchildren; Rebecca, Stephen II, Aaron, Sandra, Suzanne, Carly and Annie, one great-granddaughter, Ruthie and several
nieces and nephews. Marvin was preceded in death by one sister, Rachel S. Kimmel.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, November 17, 2011,
in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Richard Shover officiating. Burial will be in
St. John’s Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, with military honors by Cumberland County Honor Guard. Visitation will be on Thursday
from 1 p.m. until time of services. Memorial contributions may be made to the Thaddeus Stevens Foundation, Athletic Department,
750 E. King St., Lancaster, PA 17602.
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So very sorry to hear about Beanie.
He was a good man who had a good life.
Beanie is in
Mike & Darlene
Family of Beanie....
Our sincerest condolences on the passing of Beanie.
He was a very
old and dear friend to so very many of us.
Ray and Brenda Earnest
Dear Scott and family,
I'm so sorry about the death of your father. From the stories you
have shared with me, he was a great father. You will be in my family's prayers and thoughts.
I will greatly miss my Deer Camp Buddy. May GOD continue
to bless Beanie and his Family
very sorry for your loss. I hope you all are ok. You have a very strong and close family and that will get you through
all things in your lives. God Bless
Coach Denny Dutt
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