Edith Marie Kingsborough, 90, of Carlisle,
passed peacefully at her home of 56 years with her family by her side on Monday, January 7, 2013. She was born on Wednesday,
April 12, 1922, in Newburg, a daughter of the late Adam B. and Lenora (Deshong) Daihl and was the widow of Charles E. Kingsborough,
her husband of 41 years, who died March 7, 1983.
Edith was a Shippensburg High School graduate. She
retired from the former Piezo Crystal Company after 20 years. She had also worked at the Carlisle Hardware Store. Edith was
a faithful member of Carlisle First Church Of God. She was also a member of the Ladies of the Elks, a longtime member of the
Order of Eastern Star-Old Bellaire Chapter and a charter member of the Carlisle Swim Club. Edith had many interests including
cooking, sewing, baking, candy making and tending her flower and vegetable gardens. She loved traveling, especially to the
beach and day trips to musical shows. Her favorite times were spent with her family and friends.
is survived by two daughters; Bonnie (and husband, Tom) Murray and Pam (and husband, Don) Hagerich, both of Carlisle, two
sons; C. Stephen ( and wife, Linda) Kingsborough and Jim (and wife, Jane) Kingsborough, both of Carlisle, a sister, Edna (and
husband, Claire) Kerns of Chambersburg, a brother, Richard (and wife, Judy) Daihl of Shippensburg, two granddaughters; Ann-Marie
Murray and Amy Kingsborough, eight grandsons; Michael, Robert and John Murray, Tim, Tony and Drew Hagerich, Todd and Kyle
Kingsborough, four great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. at the Carlisle First Church of God, 705 Glendale St., Carlisle. Rev. D. Alan Mathna
will officiate. Burial will be in Westminster Cemetery, Carlisle. A viewing will be held on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until
time of service at the church. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions
may be made to her church.
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Remember the smiles.
Cherish the moments.
Find comfort in memories
be in our prayers.
Craig and Dolly Rice Kern
accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one.
Mother, grand mother, great grand mother and friend.
Tom & Judy Kampel
Dear Steve and Families:
My sincerest sympathy of your beloved Mother. May God's Warm Hands be upon your heart as He guides you through this.
May the Peace shine in you. Keep the Sunshine sparkling as you walk your path of love.
Susan Garner Startzel
Deepest sympathy to families
Joe and Loraine Boisvert
I'm sorry to hear about your mother.
the memories of healthier and happier times close to your heart.
Denise (Wimer ) Evans
We are sorry for your loss.
We will keep your family in our thoughts
Phil and Margaret Richardson
I am thankful she suffered so little the day she "went home." One day of "I'm
sick," is all she had to endure. We all did the best we could to make sure she was happy and comfortable, when in reality,
she brought happiness and comfort to us. I will treasure the extra time I had to spend with her, for the rest of my life and
I have all of you, Pam, Bonnie and Jim, to thank for that opportunity. I will never forget it. Mom and Dad did raise at least
three wonderful children and I love you all!
I will live the rest of my life remembering all of our times together.
Please don't stop telling me the stories of those times I don't remember. Mother is now with Father, as it was always
meant to be.
With all my love,
Charles Stephen Kingsborough
Dear Jim, Pam and Bonnie, We were so sorry
to hear of the passing of your mother. We didn't know her well, but we enjoyed seeing her sit on the porch, simply enjoying
life. May she rest in peace.
Jimmy and Luca (118 Parker St.)
My Deepest Sympathy to the entire Kingsborough family. What a beautiful
service for a beautiful person. What a legacy she leaves behind. May God grant you all with comfort, peace and wonderful memories.
Grace Barrick (Bonnie's friend)
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