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Myron F Kerstetter

10/31/14 Myron's mailing was returned today as Not deliverable.  I did a search on for obituaries and found he died on 9/27/14.  He had recently moved to Greenwich CT.  He graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from PSU.  He worked for IBM and Xerox.  He is survived by two children.  Another angel on our memory board.  Sandy Pritts

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11/01/14 10:11 AM #1    

Barbara A Maucieri (Lovell)

So sorry to hear of Myron's passing.  My sympathy go to his family.


11/01/14 02:35 PM #2    

Paula Goldberg (Talmud)

Stan and I express our sympathy on Myron's Passing. He always had a wonderful smile and kind word for me! Our sympathy to his Children. Paula and Stanley Talmud

11/01/14 03:39 PM #3    

Nanette Anslinger

I'm sad to read about Myron's death.  My strongest memory is from our being in journalism class together at AAHS.  What fun that group was...writing and preparing for the Mt. Echo's regular publication.  Sending condolences to his family.....

11/01/14 03:41 PM #4    

Marsha S Himler

I am so sorry to hear of Myron's passing. Such fond memories. He and I went to my Junior Prom together (I still have the picture my mom took someplace.) Such a nic person. I was looking forward to saying hello at our 2015 reunion. 

11/01/14 03:48 PM #5    

William H Culp

I am so sorry to hear of Myron's passing. My sympathy and prayers to his family.

11/02/14 01:27 PM #6    

Nancy Corle (Hopkins)

I'm so sorry to learn of Myrons passing.  His father was minister of the Llyswen Methodist Church I attended and Myron was as loving and caring as his father.  My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to his family and friends.

11/02/14 03:14 PM #7    

Jeffrey C Dietze

Another shock to many in our Class.  I remember Myron from our years in the band and in class. He was a good friend, always had a smile and I'm sure his family and all of us will miss him.  Prayers will definitely go to his family and for him.

Jeff Dietze

11/02/14 04:57 PM #8    

Cynthia Geesey (Rosenberger)

I was so sorry to hear that Myron had passed.  He was one of the nicest people I have ever known with a ready smile. I attended the church where his father was the pastor. We both sang in the youth choir were active in youth fellowship. There were many fun times during that period that I fondly recall.  My thoughts are with his family.




11/02/14 06:36 PM #9    

Albert J Holtzinger II

Wow,what a shock. I had been trying to find him through the Penn State Alumni organization and was not having any success. Myron and I were lockermates our senior year. His dad was the pastor of the church my family attended. I remember when we used to play basketball in the gym at the First Presbyterian Church. Myron's signature shot was a two-hand set shot from what now would be three-point land. The ceiling was so low in the gym that nearly every time he shot the ball would bounce off the ceiling and fall way short of the backboard. Rest in peace, dear friend.

11/04/14 09:25 AM #10    

George L Barnhill

I'm deeply saddened to hear of Myrons passing. We were on the track team together, I remember when he won the 440yd race at the district six meet at Mansion Park and I won the high hurdles. Myron was good at everything, sports, music, and of course academics. He was always very humble and accepting, I always cherished him as a friend. He will be sorely missed. My condolescences to his family. George

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