Arlene M. Stoudt, 87, Keystone seamstress, avid volunteer, Swamp Christian member

By on November 9, 2016

Arlene M. Stoudt, 87, of Ephrata, entered her eternal home on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.

Born in Wernersville, she was the daughter of the late Mary and Charles Moyer. She was the widow of Leroy R. Stoudt.

She was a seamstress by trade, working for Keystone Nitewear until her retirement. Upon retiring, she found pleasure in volunteering for 15 years with Meals on Wheels, cooking at the Denver extension until its closure, and continuing to help after that at the Ephrata extension. She was a dedicated volunteer for 22 years at the Ephrata hospital, first at the front desk, and then in the gift shop.

She was a 71-year member of what is now Swamp Christian Fellowship, formerly Swamp United Church of Christ.

She will be missed by her daughters: Elaine, wife of Wil Good; and Tina, wife of Ted Reimel. She found joy in her grandchildren: Corinne and Brooke Good; Erin, wife of Jared Krupp; Adam and Hannah Reimel. Also surviving are her siblings: Betty Kramer of Ephrata, Mildred Schnoke of Pine Grove, Richard Moyer of Denver, and Charles Moyer of Lititz.

The family wishes to give a special thank you for the care given to her at Keystone Villa of Ephrata, and Hospice For All Seasons, and to Pastor Bob Smallman for his constant support.

Funeral services will be private at the convenience of the family and are under the care of Gravenor Home For Funerals, Ephrata.

To send an online condolence, visit gravenorhomeforfunerals.com.

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