Dolores Reinoehl

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  • "So sorry for your loss, we will miss her. The McGuinness..."
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  • "Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family."
    - Carol Shinskie
  • "To the Family. We have missed and will miss your mother..."
    - Kathleen Rothermel
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Dolores "Tootie" Reinoehl, 79, of Klingerstown, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 at Manor at Susquehanna Village, Millersburg.

Dolores was born in Doutyville, PA on November 6, 1934, a daughter of the late Annie (Paul) and Clarence Weikel.

She was employed at Mandata Poultry, worked at various garment factories as a seamstress, and retired from Kids r Kids of Tremont.

She also had worked at Snyder's Greenhouse a few summers, and Elsie's Ceramic Shop.

She was a member of Salem Church of Rough and Ready Klingerstown, the Tri-Valley Senior Citizens Group and was an active quilter with the ladies at Zion Church in Pitman.

Surviving are a son ,Gary R., husband of Darlene Reinoehl, of Klingerstown; six daughters, Judy A. Heinbach, of Lebanon; Dorothy J., wife of Harry Bixler, of Donaldson; Wanda J., wife of Darrell Kehler, of Klingerstown; Gail A., wife of Wayne Stehr, of Klingerstown; Linda M., wife of Kenny Taylor, of FL; Mary L., wife of Richard Schaeffer, of Klingerstown; three sisters, Beverly Wetzel, of NJ; Carol Jane Haupt, of Gowen City; Susan Williams, of NJ; 16 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert E. "Reingold" Reinoehl on October 12, 2009; a daughter, Brenda L. Bordner; a son, Terry "Rocko" Rothermel; three grandchildren, Nathan Stehr, David Klinger and Baby Girl Miller and five siblings, Grace Weikel, Frank Weikel, Dell Reeder, Milford Weikel, Pat Leatherwood.

Services were held Tuesday, Feb. 18, at Salem Church of Rough and Ready with the Rev. Mark Rothermel officiating. Interment will be in Jacobs Cemetery at a later date.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to The Nathan Stehr Memorial Scholarship Fund, C/O Susquehanna Bank, 702 W. Main St. Valley View, PA 17983.

The Stephen R. Rothermel Funeral Home, Klingerstown, was in charge of the arrangements. To sign the online guest book visit
Published in The News Item on Feb. 20, 2014