Bernita M. Moyer, 76, of Boiling Springs
and formerly of Newville, died suddenly on Friday, January 4, 2013, at her home. She was born on Sunday, August 30, 1936,
in Newville, a daughter of the late Eber and Anna (Forney) Hoover and was the widow of Robert E. Moyer, who died March 15,
was a homemaker and formerly worked as a private housekeeper for several Carlisle area families. She was a faithful member
of McClure’s Gap Church God, Newville. Bernita often volunteered her time at the Doubling Gap Center Camp Yolijwa, Newville.
In her younger years, Bernita volunteered in the kitchen to help the Upper Frankford Twp Fire Company with their festivals.
She is survived by two sons; Randy L. Moyer and his wife, Cindy Darr of Boiling
Springs and Dale E. Moyer of Newville, one daughter, Diane Eyer and her husband, Kenny of Dallas, GA, eight grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Bernita was preceded in death by brothers; William, Melvin and Edgar
Hoover and sisters; Agnus Chronister and Geraldine "Peg" Raudabaugh.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. in the
Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, with Rev. Robert Stauffer officiating. Burial will be in Westminster
Memorial Gardens, Carlisle. A viewing will be on Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. until time of service at the funeral home. Memorial
contributions may be made to McClure's Gap Church of God, 130 Church of God Rd., Newville, PA 17241.
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To the Moyer Family,
With Deepest Condolences,
Wishing all of you peace and comfort
at this most difficult time.
Deanna (Dee) Brookhart
Your mother has always been a joy to be around.She always had a smile on her face and something devilish
to say. I know she is with Bob and she is at peace with God. I know how you miss her because Of Me losing Michael and my dad
died after he did of cancer. What has gotten me this far is my family and friends and faith. Even though Bill and I divorced,
we remain friends and we have Nathan and our 3 grandchildren plus a great daughter in law to get us through the days. But
don't forget the good memories. I pray to God not to let me forget mine of Michael and my dad. My Thoughts and prayers
are with you and your brother and sister and their families. Bernita was quite a lady. I will never forget her.
sorry for your loss
Fran & Bill Bailey
Moyer Family ~ My prayers are with you all during this difficult time. I worked with Bernita when she had Home health and
enjoyed visiting her and working with her, as well as meeting many of you. My she rest peacefully in joy of God's eternal
Lisa Prescott, PTA
Our Deepest Sympathy
to the entire Moyer family. Fondly remember being with Bernita at the Upper Frankford Firemen's Fair for many years. She
always had a big smile and a great sense of humor. May God continue to comfort you in the your loss of your Mother.
~John & Grace Barrick~
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