B. Jean Hoxworth

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B. Jean Hoxworth

 

B. Jean Hoxworth, 77, of Lancaster, PA died on Wednesday, April 17,2013 at Hospice and Community Care on Good Drive. Born in Lancaster, she was a daughter of the late Raymond and Mae Ober Eshleman. Her husband, Glenn Hoxworth, passed away on April 28, 1994.

 

A graduate of Hempfield High School, she worked for many years in the accounting department of Armstrong World Industries before retiring.

 

She is survived by three children: Steven, husband of Kathleen Hoxworth of Cibolo, TX, Sharon, wife of Mark Musselman of New Providence, PA, and Sandra, wife of Brian Musselman of Pequea, PA; five siblings: Harold, husband of June Eshleman of Manheim, PA, Donald, husband of Joan Eshleman of Lititz, PA, Marion, wife of Ross Weaver of Lancaster, PA, Dorothy Fritsch of Mountville, PA, and Elizabeth, wife of Jack Hevener of Neffsville, PA; 9 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her twin brother, Robert G. Eshleman.

 

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a funeral from Landisville Church of God, 171 Church St., Landisville, PA on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Dwight Lefever officiating. The family will greet friends at the church on
Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Interment will be in Silver Springs Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Mennonite Home Communities, Promise Partners Fund, 1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA, 17601

 

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  1. Linda Tyson says:

    As a 3-11 shift LPN I helped care for your Mother on Rosevue 3, then Good’s Run and Trout Run. Though retired from there almost 2 years ago I cannot forget the bond I felt with Jean. She had a rocky start on Rosevue but quickly won our hearts. I will always cherish my memories of her chuckle, smile and friendly welcome and comments. She made me feel as though I was her long-lost friend coming for a visit. If I felt down, she would give me a lift. What a lovely lady! I am saddened by your loss and send you my condolences. I will not be able to be present at the service d/t another responsibility. I just wanted you to know how much of a blessing she was to me. May God comfort your hearts and knowing your mother is free from the bondage she lived in for all those years. You can look forward to the great reunion up yonder for we know we will all live again just as Jesus arose from the grave and lives!!

  2. Barry Hevener and Lisa Friday says:

    Our condolences are with you. Unfortunately we are unable to attend do to the loss of Jack last week also. Services are conflicting. You are in our prayers.

  3. Irene Ackerman Legerlotz says:

    I am sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with your Mother at Armstrong from 1970 – 1979. She was one terrific lady.

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