Verna Mae (Hoffman) Shultz, 94, of Carlisle,
died Monday, February 27, 2012, in the Chapel Pointe Health Center, Carlisle. She was born March 11, 1917, in Gardners, a
daughter of the late Ira Edgar Hoffman and Cora E. (Fissel) Hoffman and the widow of Dr. Guy L. Shultz, who died Feb. 23,
from Biglerville High School in 1935 and Carlisle Commercial College one year later. She was the office manager for the veterinary
practice of her late husband from 1950 until his retirement in 1980, in Carlisle. She then went on to hold various clerical
positions with the Cumberland County Office of Aging until 1993. Mrs. Shultz was a member of Otterbein United Methodist Church,
Carlisle, the state and local chapters of AARP, Farm Women Group No. 9, Old Bellaire Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star,
Women’s Auxiliary of the Carlisle Fish & Game Assoc. and the Women’s Auxiliary of the PA Veterinary Medical
Assoc. She was also a member at large of Yellow Breeches Chapter of ABWA and a life member of the YWCA, the Carlisle Hospital
Auxiliary and the Biglerville Historical Association.
She is survived by two daughters; Nancy S. Miller of Carlisle and Judy S. Hunt of Naples, FL, two grandsons;
Matthew (and his wife, Amy) Miller of Boiling Springs and Justin Miller of Carlisle, one granddaughter, Elizabeth Hunt of
Wilmington, DE, one great-granddaughter, Lauren Miller of Boiling Springs and several nieces and nephews. Verna was preceded
in death by four brothers.
service will be held at the convenience of the family. Her ashes will be interred along with her late husband’s in Mt.
Zion Cemetery, Monroe Twp. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is assisting the family with the arrangements. Memorial
contributions may be made to Hospice of Central PA, 1320 Linglestown Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17110 or to The Benevolent Fund at
Chapel Pointe, 770 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, PA 17013.
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I previously worked at Chapel Pointe as an activities aide. Verna was always a willing person
in our activities as she was able! I appreciated that. Very nice lady - fun to talk to.
Sorry to hear of the loss of your mother.
She was a very nice lady and
she will be missed.
My parents (Lee and Nellie Sunday) were very good friends and neighbors of Verna and Guy Shultz when they
lived in Boiling Springs. Verna was especially kind and helpful to my mother when my dad was ill and later died in 1997. She
remained a good friend over the years. My deepest sympathy to Nancy, Judy and the entire Shultz family.
We have lost a
great lady. Verna brought happiness to so many people. I remember her baking birthday cakes for everybody at the Office of
Barbara Hocking Carver
very sorry to hear about the loss of such a wonderful, friendly, loving, caring person that our Verna was. the Lord has taken
her home to be with her husband, doc shultz, who was also just as friendly, loving, and caring. I knew them both from
my working with their daughter, nancy miller, at northside vet clinic. They will be sadly missed but happily reunited. Our
thoughts and prayers go out to their family.
love and deepest sympathy,
Irene Eldridge-Hanaway and family.
Judy, Nancy and family,
We were saddened to hear about the loss of your Mother.
Verna will be greatly missed. She was a good friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this most difficult
time. May God you His peace and consolation.
Dotty Stringfellow and family
Our thoughts and prayers to the family. We have heard many wonderful things about Aunt Verna (Uncle Guy also!)from
our mother. What a beautiful reunion in heaven they are all having right now.
Family of Joyce Richwine
Dear Nancy and Judy,
I was saddened to read of your Mother's
recent passing, as I have fond memories of your family during our school years in Carlisle. My sincere condolences to both
you and your families.
Sam K. Padjen
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