Glendayle S. Mark
Glendayle Susanna Mark, 96, of Lock Haven, entered into peace on Saturday, July 18, 2020 at The Gatehouse of Divine Providence Hospital, Williamsport, PA.
Glendayle was born on April 21, 1924 in Jersey Shore, a daughter of Milton and Erma (Lehman) Johnson. Her formative years and most of her adult life was spent in the Sugar Valley where she was raised by Lee (Stepfather) and Erma Heggenstaller.
During WWII from 1942 to 1945 she worked as an overhead crane operator at the Spencer Heater Manufacturing Plant in Williamsport, in support of the war effort while her husband John W. Mark served with the U.S. Army in the European Theater of Operations; thereafter she worked at various jobs until retirement.
In life Glendayle was surrounded by four generations of adoring family that loved her dearly. Her humor, wit and warmth were enjoyed by many.
In death Glendayle will be remembered for her love of family, love of friends and love of life. She was adored by family and leaves a legacy of goodness, kindness and compassion.
Surviving are two daughters, Susan Hollenbach of Mill Hall and Arlene Kerstetter and husband Dennis of Loganton; a son John L. Mark and wife Brenda of Liverpool, PA; a sister June Rhinehart of Loganton, and dear and loyal sisters-in-law Doris Heggenstaller of Lock Haven and Sarah Heggenstaller of Loganton; seven grandchildren, Vicky Baney of Port Matilda, Billie Hollenbach of Lock Haven, Christopher Mark of Naples, FL, Kimberly Patterson of Loganton, Nicole McGeehan of Carlisle, PA, Laura Sardone of Chambersburg, PA and Neil Kerstetter of Loganton, 18 great grandchildren, eight great great grandchildren and Jim Welshans of Jersey Shore who was thought of as a son.
Along with her husband she was predeceased by brothers, Lee, Dale, John, Paul and Lester Heggenstaller and sisters Arlene Morlock, Shirley Heggenstaller and Brenda Pickett.
A private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family in the Sugar Valley Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Eastville, PA. If desired memorials may be made in Glendayle’s name to a charitable cancer foundation of one’s choice.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Wayne P. Urbine Funeral Home, Inc., 95 East Main St., Loganton, PA.
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