Beverly L. NeidlingerBeverly L. Neidlinger
ROULETTE, PA---Beverly L. Neidlinger, 94, of Roulette, formerly of Akron, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport.
Born August 4, 1919 in Laquin, PA, she was a daughter of Walter A. and Reba Warner Palmeter. She married Major W. Grandin who died on January 28, 1983. She married Floyd L. Neidlinger of Akron, Ohio, who died on November 27, 1998.
Beverly was a graduate of Roulette High School.
Surviving are a son, William H. (Irma) Grandin of Roulette; three daughters, Sandra J. Heck of Tioga, PA, Reba Sue Pierce of Allegany, NY, and Charlene R. Meacham of Coudersport; two stepsons, Paul (Joyce) Neidlinger of Florida and Harold âBudâ (Patricia) Neidlinger of NC; two stepdaughters, Janice Mittelstaedt of Ohio and Nancy (Homer) Gillespie of Florida; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husbands, Mrs. Neidlinger was predeceased by a daughter, Naomi Joy Perkarski of Coudersport; three stepdaughters, Phyllis Koegle, Wilma Griffa, and Martha Maley, and a stepson, Glenn Neidlinger, all of Ohio; and two brothers, Henry Palmeter and William Palmeter both of Williamsport.
A memorial service will be held in her memory 1:30 p.m. on Sunday October 27, 2013 at the Riverside Methodist Church in Roulette, PA with the Rev. Donald Busch, pastor, officiating, assisted by her son, William Grandin. Burial will be in Twin Hills Memorial Park, Williamsport, PA at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the United Methodist Womenâs Society of Roulette Riverside Methodist Church or to the Building Fund of the Roulette Riverside Methodist Church, both c/o Lucille Church, 86 North Street, Roulette, PA 16746.
Thoughts and prayers are with all of Grandma Bev's family. She shared her warmth in many ways - two of which I remember fondly...I still curl up in the crochet afghan that she gifted me many years ago and can't help but think of her each time a pull it around me. The second was her amazing soups! Each fall before her and Grandpa Floyd would head back to Florida we had a "soup" dinner at their home...she warmed us up to get thru the cold Ohio winters. Love you Grandma Bev -
Tammy (Neidlinger) Koberlein Oct 28 2013 12:00 AM
Our sincere sympathy in the loss of "Mom Beverly". It is never until you lose your mother that you realize how much you miss her, and will do so for the rest of your lives.
Nancy & Red Gillespie Oct 17 2013 12:00 AM