The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


January 13, 2014

Mildred A. Buxbaum Krumenacker

DAVIDSVILLE — KRUMENACKER – Mildred A. Buxbaum, 96, Laurel View Village, formerly of Riverside, died Jan. 12, 2014, at her residence. Born May 9, 1917, in Seanor, daughter of Harvey and Hulda Mae (Faust) Johns. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Joseph Buxbaum; second husband, Charles R. Krumenacker; brother, Glenn; and sister, Twila Nelson. Survived by children, Terry, married to the former Jane Bauder, Johnstown; Cheri, married to Denton Haynes, Johnstown; Joseph Scott, Evans, Ga.; and Randall, married to Susan Stoner, Middletown, Md.; former daughter-in-law, Suzanne (McEvoy), Middletown, Md.; grandchildren, Jodie Geoneotes, Douglas Buxbaum, Amy Buxbaum, Jeffrey Haynes, Melinda Waters, Elizabeth Tomb, John Buxbaum, Colin Buxbaum, Glen Buxbaum, Chris Stoner and Chase Stoner; and sisters, Jetta Toth, Jane Lew, W.Va.; and Patricia Ramey, Kilmarnock, Va. Former member of Christ United Methodist Church. She volunteered at Laurel View Village. Also, she enjoyed knitting and crocheting. There will not be a public visitation, however a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at Laurel View Village Chapel, the Rev. Wes Yoder. Inurnment, Richland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Laurel View Village Caring Fund, 2000 Cambridge Drive, Davidsville, Pa. 15928.

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