Miriam C. Sollenberger, 76, died Tuesday December 18, 2012 at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Ma. Better known to her friends as Kaye, she was born in Chambersburg, on June 4, 1936, a daughter of the late Francis and Blanche Cox. She lived in Nashua, NH for the past 49 years and until her retirement, was employed as a warehouse manager for JC Penney. At one time she was a bookkeeper for Bob's Tire Center and Sanders Associates. Along with her husband of over 47 years, Glenn H. Sollenberger, she is survived by two sons, Troy of Nashua; Keith and his wife, Mandy, of Colorado Springs; one granddaughter, Aspen of Colorado Springs; and two sisters, Delores Hawk of Chambersburg, and Sandra Burkhart and her husband, Frank of Wernersville. After retirement, Miriam spent her leisure time reading and playing computer games. She was an accomplished fisherwoman and enjoyed fishing the lakes and rivers in New England and is recorded on the NH Fish and Game site as having caught the largest Walleye in the State in 2004. There will be no visiting hours. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Cremation Society of New Hampshire. The family requests those who wish to make a donation in her name do so to the Nashua Humane Society.
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Published in Public Opinion on Dec. 20, 2012