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Caroline P. Moyer

Died: Fri., Sep. 21, 2018


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Northumberland - Caroline P. Moyer (aka Carolyn, Carol), 90 of Lincoln
Street passed away Friday, September 21, 2018 at Buffalo Valley Lutheran
Village, Lewisburg.
Caroline was born March 5, 1928 in Mill Hall a daughter of the late Grover
C. Aughenbaugh and Anna (Confer) Aughenbaugh Boone. On July 16, 1948, she
married Charles A. Moyer who preceded her in death on March 7, 2005.
She was a 1947 graduate of Sunbury High School.
Caroline was employed by Westinghouse Corp.; one of the first employees for
Wilson Manufacturing where she served as a quality control supervisor for
many years and also catered for many local families and functions.
She was a former member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Northumberland.
Mrs. Moyer enjoyed tending both her vegetable and flower gardens and
feeding, watering and watching birds. She was also a gifted cook. Caroline
is survived by one son, Tyburne A. Moyer of Eugene, OR, one sister, Adda
Walczak of Hammondsport, NY, numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and
nephews and great-great nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husband of 56 years she was preceded in
death by two brothers, Grover C. and Palmer L. Aughenbaugh and two sisters,
Bessie MacDonald and Anna Faust Liddick, and three half-brothers, Kenneth
D. Boone,  Harry and Chester N. Aughenbaugh and two brothers-in-law, Paul
and John Moyer.
Friends and family may visit from 10:00am to 11:00 am Friday at the Joseph
W. Epler Funeral Home 210 King Street, Northumberland where funeral
services will begin at 11:00am with her nephew Rev. Fred H. Faust, retired
minister serving as interim of two Lutheran churches, will be officiating.
Burial will follow in Orchard Hills Cemetery, Shamokin Dam. Contributions
in Caroline's memory may be made to the Priestly-Forsyth Memorial Library
100 King Street, Northumberland, PA 17857 or the Bloomberg-Kimmel Institute
for Pancreatic Cancer Immunotherapy, Johns Hopkins University, Ralph H.
Hruban, M.D.,600 N. Wolfe Street, Carnegie 417, Baltimore, MD 21287.







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Ty Moyer
   Posted Tue September 25, 2018
Bird Song

All I know is something like a bird within her sang,
All I know she sang a little while and then flew on,
Tell me all that you know, I'll show you snow and rain.

If you hear that same sweet song again, will you know why?
Anyone who sings a tune so sweet is passing by,
Laugh in the sunshine, sing, cry in the dark, fly through the night.

Don't cry now, don't you cry, don't you cry anymore.
Sleep in the stars, don't you cry, dry your eyes on the wind.

All I know is something like a bird within her sang,
All I know she sang a little while and then flew off,
Tell me all that you know, I'll show you snow and rain.

Don't cry now, don't you cry, don't you cry anymore.
Sleep in the stars, don't you cry, dry your eyes on the wind.

(Words by Robert Hunter)

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