- Northwest EMS breaks ground on new Manheim facility
- Entertainment is on the ‘Taste of Lititz’ menu
- A perfect storm election: GOP incumbents prevail
- Warwick hires new solicitor
- July 4 ticket sales under way
- MiniTHON raises nearly $35K
- Illegal burning a hot topic at Elizabeth Twp. meeting
- With a little help from Friends… Manheim Community Pool prepares for 58th season
- Warwick continues MiniTHON tradition
- Manheim Historical Society honors Restore ‘N More
Addie Lee Spatz
98, WWII Women’s Army Corps vet, worked at Brethren Village
Addie Lee Spatz, 98, passed away at her residence of Brethren Village, Lancaster, Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013.
Born in Cedartown, Ga., she was the wife of the late Harold S. Spatz who died Aug. 7, 2009. She was the daughter of the late Thomas and Georgia Hendricks Evans.
Addie proudly served her country with the United States Army, Women’s Army Corps during World War II. She also worked as a dining room supervisor at Brethren Village.
Addie was a member of the Oregon United Methodist Church and was a member of the Golden Chimers Bell Choir at Brethren Village.
She is survived by three children: Harold S., husband of Leanne Spatz, Elverson; Jean S. Luecker, Lancaster; Judith O. Tenne, Doylestown; eight granddaughters and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters.
Relatives and friends attended Addie’s life celebration funeral service from the Chapel at Brethren Village, Dec. 27, 2013 with Chaplain Dana Statler officiating. Interment was at St. John’s (Hains) Cemetery, Wernersville.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, PA 17606.
To share a fond memory of Addie, visit lifecelebration.com.
Paid in the shade
Council supports rebate program for problem trees Lititz may be...
‘Lititz Remembers’ fallen heroes
In his Gettysburg address, given to dedicate the Soldier’s National...
Linden Hall kicks off local graduations
Co-valedictorians hail from Lancaster County Women have made strides in...
WESC honors volunteers
The Warwick Emergency Services Commission hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Banquet...
Kissel Hill Cemetery beautification set for June 27
What started out as a post on a Lititz history...
Charles A. Magee IV, 23, Warwick grad, worked at Roma Pizza, Lancaster Alliance Church member
Chuckie Magee, 23, of Lititz, went home to be with...
Dorothy J. Cox, Moravian Manor resident, avid volunteer, beloved grandmother
Dorothy J. Cox died Saturday evening at Moravian Manor in...
Ronald Lee Sandhaus, 69, popular Lititz police officer, HAM radio enthusiast
Ronald Lee Sandhaus, 69, 533 Spring Avenue, Lititz, passed...
- July 23, 2014