Sarah Redinger obit
specific date to eight Surah A. RecUngei' Mrs. Sarah A. Redinger died at home in Black Valley on Sunday, veniber 10, aged 81 years, four months and 23 days. She was a daughter of John and Mary Snyder and was born at the Snyder homestead, near Steckman in Monroe Township June 17, 1*31. In 1849 she was married to Philip V. Redinger, who preceded her to the eleven days. ' Two sons and one daughter survive: David of Yellow Creek, John W. and Miss M. Alice Redinger, at tome. Two brothers and two sisters are also living: W. Snyder of'Bverett, Henry Snyder, Mrs. De-Jilah Fletcher and Mrs* Jo- the siah Koantz, of Everett, Rt. 3. The funeral services were conducted conducted Tuesday morning, November 12, in the Bethel Reformed Church her pastor, Rev. D. G. Hetrick. Interment was made in the Bethel Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Redinger lived together together about 63 years at their at the foot of Tussey's Mountain, that Christian home was always noted for its hospitality. Mrs. Redinger Redinger was gifted with a good voice and led the church "choir for years.