Kenneth C. Meloy Sr.
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Kenneth C. Meloy Sr., 95, of Frey Village Middletown, and formerly of Enhaut, died Wednesday, October 14, 2020 in the village. Kenneth was a retired Crane Operator for the former Bethlehem Steel Company, Steelton, a US Navy Veteran of WWII and attended Swatara Church of God, Swatara Twp. . He was preceded in death by his parents, Chester H. and Freda Dahr Meloy, a sister, Charolette Simmons and was the widower of, Anna Mae McCreary Meloy. Kenneth is survived by his children; Kenneth C. Meloy Jr. (Georgia), Harrisburg, Patricia A. Castanos (Joseph), New Cumberland, Nancy L. Grubb (David), Highspire, and Debra J. Grubb (Michael), Middletown; six grandchildren; Kelly Castanos, Bradley Meloy (Chas), Carl Grubb, Dawn Klingler (Eric), Amy Hillis (Tyson), Brian Grubb (Crystal); thirteen great-grandchildren, Keegan Beaver, Bain and Gwen Meloy, Anna, Nathan and Luke Klingler, NoraMae and Kearaney Grubb, Emily and Eathan Grubb, Cole, Skyler and Amber Hillis; two great-great granddaughters, Kira and Peyton Beaver and a host of nieces and nephews. Due to COVID-19 Funeral Services and burial will be held at the convenience of the family. Wiedeman Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Oberlin is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Swatara Church of God, 4860 Lindle Rd Harrisburg PA 17111.

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October 17, 2020
While we are joyful knowing that Uncle Ken is at peace in Heaven, reunited with Aunt Anna Mae and all of the family and friends that have gone before him, we are also saddened by his departure. He was a thoughtful and helpful man. He was always willing to answer questions (even some tough ones) and share his knowledge with others. No matter what obstacles he faced, he forged on to beat odds and prove nay-sayers wrong. He taught me to walk by faith and not by sight. His life was testimony to the power of God to work miracles. He will be missed and fondly remembered.
Barbra, John, JD & Ben
Barbra Ferster
October 17, 2020
Best neighbor every . Always missed him after he moved. He will be missed by anyone who had the pleasure of meeting him.
Karen and Chuck
October 17, 2020
Just from hearing about him from his daughter Pat, I can clearly see that he will be sorely missed!
Diane Davis
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