Verna L. Wert, 87, of Wysox and formerly of
Carlisle died Monday, September 26, 2011, at Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill. She was born on Tuesday, October 9, 1923, in
Lemoyne, a daughter of the late Harry and Mabel (Goodyear) Snell, and the widow of John Harold Wert, Sr., who died in 1977.
Verna attended Lemoyne High School and was a loving
homemaker. She formerly attended Cavalry Road Church of God, Carlisle and was preceded in death by brothers; Irvin, Herman
and Robert Snell and sisters; Lucinda Murphy, Lillian Kramer Shade, Doris Rhoads and Elva Finkbeiner.
She is survived by one son, Craig A. Wert of Wysox, one sister, Jean Runkle of
Mechanicsburg, two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, in the Westminster
Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, 1159 Newville Rd., Carlisle, with Pastor Tim Wheeler officiating. There will be no viewing. Burial
will be in Westminster Memorial Gardens. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of the arrangements.
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Thinking of your Family at this time with love and sympathy. I am sorry for your loss.
Love, Deb Runkle-Dumar
One of my favorite aunts. I will
have many many years of memories to keep with me forever. Our families had a lot of good times, and wonderful family reunions.
Say hi to all my other aunts and uncles, as well as my mom and dad. I'm sure all the Snells are up there sitting up til
all hours, playing cards, drinking beers and having a grand old time, just like they did down here. GOD BLESS YOU Aunt Verna.
We will meet again some day. Nancy
Nancy L. Campanelli
Craig, they are all leaving us. I will always be there for you and your children. I will miss the phone
calls to aunt Verna. It is also a said day for at&t we all know how long and how much the Snell's loved to talk. I
remember all the friday night card games our parents played. I will miss her blue eyes, the ones I say my fathers, pappy
and uncle Herms in. I love you Craig, they are up there laughing and having a great time now in peace with no more pain. I
will always remember our childhood years, and the fun we all had together. Fly Aunt Verna Fly, you have wings now.
Love forever & a day Brenda
deepest condolences to the family at the passing of Verna.
To the Wert family with our deepest sympathy.
Mike and Rick Runkle
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