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Theresa Campbell Brock-Wunder

Theresa Campbell Brock-Wunder, 83, of Langhorne and formerly of Clarks Summit died Thursday at Attleboro Nursing and Rehab Center. She was the beloved wife of 10 years to John H. Wunder III and the wife of the late Kenneth Brock.

Born in Jersey City, N.J., Theresa was the loving daughter of the late Melvin and Mary Geban Campbell. She worked in retail for many years with the Globe Store and was an active and faithful member of Clarks Summit United Methodist Church.

Theresa was a woman with an extremely artistically talented side to her; she enjoyed various arts and crafts and most especially painting. She was always willing to donate some of her masterpieces for various bazaars and fundraisers for the church over the years. In addition to her love of art and the church, Theresa was an active member of the Red Hatters Club, volunteered as a driver for the elderly in her community and always delivered food to those in need. She will be greatly missed by everyone who has come to know and love her and also for those fortunate enough to have some of her artwork.

Theresa is also survived by her stepchildren, John H. Wunder IV and wife, Kathe, Ivyland; and Agnes Mazzaccaro and husband, Pete, Newtown; two grandchildren and their spouses, Marnie DeVries (Todd) and Tara Peeples (Scott); and four great-grandchildren, Mack and Kate DeVries; Teagan and Keeley Peeples.

Relatives and friends are invited to share condolences today, 10 a.m. until her memorial service at 11 in the Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, 800 Newtown-Richboro Road (at Holland Road), Richboro; www.fluehr.com. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Attleboro Retirement Community Memorial Fund, 299 E. Winchester Ave., Langhorne, PA 19047.

Funeral Home

Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, Inc.
800 Newtown-Richboro Road Richboro, PA 18954
215-968-8585

Published in Scranton Times on Dec. 9, 2013
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