Marie L. Shatto, 90, of Carlisle, passed away
on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, at Carlisle Regional Medical Center. She was born on Friday, July 30, 1920, in Carlisle, a daughter
of the late Richard D. and Ada A. (Wagner) Miner and the widow of Charles S. Shatto, who died Nov. 29, 1987.
Marie retired after 14 years of service with
PPG Industries Inc., Carlisle and was formerly employed at the Olmsted Air Force Base in Middletown during WWII, where she
was a "Rosie the Riveter" and a welder. Marie also had worked at many of the crystal plants in the Carlisle area. She was
a life member of both Mt. Holly Springs V.F.W. and American Legion Ladies Auxiliaries. Marie enjoyed wearing hats, working
with her hands and had built the home she lived in for 50 years.
She is survived by a son, Garry M. (and his wife,
Glenda) Stough of Mt. Holly Springs, two daughters; Lawanda K. Bagshaw also of Mt. Holly Springs and Carol M. (and her husband,
Thomas) Muirhead of Carlisle, six grandchildren; Garry Stough, II, Gretchen Hill, Rebecca Bagshaw, Tammy Bagshaw, Eric Muirhead
and Suzanne Swanner, nine great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Marie was preceded in death by her first husband,
Lloyd A. Stough, a brother, Richard D. Miner and a sister, Ruth E. Shover.
Graveside services will be held on Monday, April
25, 2011 at 11 a.m. in The Old Graveyard on East South St., Carlisle, with Rev. Walt Frankenberry officiating. Ewing Brothers
Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Chapel Pointe at Carlisle,
770 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, PA 17013.
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So sorry for the loss of your grandmother.
I LOVE the picture. It is soo cute. Hugs to you and all your family!
May God give you all a peace that passes all understanding.
Goodbye dear Nangy.
The last I saw you; you were singing.
Love you forever,
Garry, Glenda, Gretchen, Poog & Family
sorry for your loss. All the memories of her will be with you forever. She was a unique lady with a personality
of her own. She loved her hats and wore them in a distinguished fashion. We will miss her.
Love, Mary Lou
& Joe Elwood
To Nangy's Family
She was one Dear Sweet Lady.
are not gone who live in
the Hearts of others." May God comfort all of you in your time of sorrow.
Jamy and Pam
So Sorry For Your Loss
So sorry to hear of Nangy's passing. I have very
fond memories of our childhood with her. She will be missed but the hats and long cigarettes will never be forgotten.
To All of The Family,
So sorry for your loss. I met
Marie along time ago. I was no more than 10yrs. old. My mother took me to visit her and at that time she was building her
house and I thought Wow how can that lady build a house herself! I never saw it when it was done. Back then I thought what
a lady! That was over 50yrs ago! My prayers are with your family.
Sandra Lescalleet Brindle
Thanks for the memories from the sixties when I was
growing up with Gary, Doug, John, Steve, John, Bill and Rick. God Bless you.
May you rest in peace my Great Aunt Marie
Starr - Great Niece
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