I. Ann Stutenroth, 88, of Carlisle, passed away on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 in the Thornwald Home,
Carlisle. She was born on January 9, 1930 in Waltham, MA and was a daughter of the late John D. and Esther
C. (Devereaux) Macdonald.
Ann graduated in 1949 from Carlisle High School.
She and her husband founded and operated “Carpet Tyme” in Carlisle for many years. Ann
was an accomplished artist and was well-known throughout the State of Pennsylvania. She was a longtime
member of the former First United Methodist Church in Carlisle and a past member of the Carlisle Art Association.
is survived by her devoted husband of 68 years, Allan J. “Al” Stutenroth, two sons; Tim Allan (wife, Carla) Stutenroth
and Daniel Eric (wife, Tonia) Stutenroth both of Boiling Springs, one sister, Kitty Macdonald Ernst of Perkiomenville, PA,
five grandchildren; Catherine and Shannon Stutenroth, Jason Stutenroth, Jennifer Horning and Elizabeth Stutenroth, seven great-grandchildren
and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by five brothers; John, Malcolm, James, Robert and Kenneth Macdonald
and two sisters; Rosemary Messerlian and Sheila Macdonald.
will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 26, 2018 followed by a memorial service at 10:00 a.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral
Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle with Rev. Tim Wheeler officiating. Burial will be private in Ashland
Cemetery, Carlisle. Tribute donations in memory of Ann may be made to Homeland at Home Hospice, 2300 Vartan
Way, Ste 270, Harrisburg, PA 17110 or to the Alzheimer’s Association Greater PA Chapter, 2595 Interstate Dr., Ste 100,
Harrisburg, PA 17110.
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Dear Al, Family and Kitty,
sympathy on the loss of your beloved wife, Mom Grandmother, Great-grandmother and my Special Friend,
Ann and I were Carlisle High classmates and then co-workers at the CT&R for many years. Although we lost touch as
our family responsibilities increased, I never forgot the wonderful memories of our friendship. Your 68-year marriage,
Al,is an enviable testament to your devotion to each other and should be a source of comfort to each of you.
It was a long time ago and Kitty may not remember, but I had the pleasure of meeting her and hearing her stories about the
Frontier Nursing Service.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. As we say in my Greek
Orthodox Faith: May her memory be eternal.
Martha Fourlas Juvelis
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