Please keep the family and friends of our beloved sister-in Christ, Donna, in your prayers.
Donna (Baker) Myers, 87, of Hershey, Pa., passed away on Aug. 10, 2022. She was born July 24, 1935, in Roaring Spring, daughter of the late Charles A. and V. Romaine (Replogle) Baker.
Donna was a Class of 1953 graduate of Replogle High School and a 1954 graduate of Altoona School of Commerce.
She married Glen Wilber Myers in 1957 and just celebrated their 65th anniversary on July 8.
They have two children, Kathy Sue Nave (Brad) of Georgetown, Indiana, and Stephen Paul Myers (Kathy) of Annville, Pa. She was preceded in death by a brother, Robert E. Baker (Ann), and two sisters, Carol Hess (Meryl) and Betty Baker. Surviving are husband, Glen; brother, C. William Baker (Rita) of New Enterprise; sister, Belva Slagenweit (Paul) of Everett; and sister, Linda Lamb of Michigan.
Donna has five grandchildren and six great grandchildren who loved to stay at her welcoming home, where her ham loaf, gobs, Grainger pies and sand tarts all received high praise.
She had beautiful handwriting and a steady hand for needlework. Donna retired from the Bedford REA after 18 years of service.
She and Glen were members of the Bedford Church of the Brethren since 1966 where she was an active member in Women’s Fellowship, choir and served as Treasurer.
A memorial service will be held on Sept. 3, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. at the Bedford Church of the Brethren.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Bedford CoB Women’s Fellowship.
Prayers from our Community In honor of International Peace Day, we shared Peace Pinwheels with our neighbors in the community. These are the prayers and messages of peace they shared: *Praying for unity in our nation and around the world. *May our leaders rediscover "statesmanship" and "decency" for all America. *Praying for those who need the Lord-we need the Lord's Peace in our lives. *Peace, love, and happiness. *Pray seeds of Gospel planted in hearts of lost-come to the Lord. *Much love and peace to you. *True peace begins with God and love in your heart. *We need more civility and peace. *Peace and comfort be with us all. *Praying for wisdom and discernment in our leaders' decision-making. *May peace be with you and the world. *Pray for everyone affected by Florence. *My prayer is for us all to experience peace and love and wonderful memories as God continues his plan for us to love one another and do our best. PEACE! In our hearts, in our neighborhoods and our world.