Kathryn E. Holtzapple Davis
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Kathryn E. Holtzapple Davis

York - Kathryn E. (Naylor) Holtzapple Davis went to her Lord on Thursday, January 31, 2019. She was 102.

Kathryn was the daughter of Annie Melinda and Norman Paul Naylor of Shiloh. She is survived by a daughter, Vicki Einsig; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Holtzapple in 1996; a brother Robert T. Naylor, two sisters, Ruth Naylor and Mildred Berkheimer.

Kathryn worked for the former GTE Sylvania for many years and was a long time volunteer for the York County Blind Center. She loved teaching Bible studies as a volunteer at Pleasant Acres Hospital and was a faithful member of Church of the Open Door, York.

A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made, in her name, to the Mission Committee at Church of the Open Door, 8 Carlisle Ct., York, PA 17408.






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Published in York Daily Record on Feb. 4, 2019.
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March 2, 2019
Kitty Davis was a wonderful Christian lady, she wrote my son encouraging letters every month when he was in the military. She will be missed but we who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as our saviour will see her again in heaven.
Sharon Gladfelter
February 7, 2019
hello,sorry for your loss,i did not know Kathryn,but would have been a great lady to know.Question,DID Kathryn work for the telephone company or the Sylvania Plant here in York,Pa
February 7, 2019
John Bauman
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