Lois L. Hagenbuch,
77, of 101 Lower Street Danville, PA died Thursday morning, May 19th,
2005 at her residence. She was born April 13, 1928 in Danville, PA the
daughter of the late William W. and Ida Mae Gussler Cameron.
She graduated from
Danville High School in 1946 and was employed as a psychiatric aide for 25
years at Danville State Hospital. Mrs. Hagenbuch was a member of Trinity
United Methodist Church Danville, PA and a member of Valley Grange 1184
Danville, PA. She enjoyed crocheting, collecting doll babies, camping,
going to public auctions and adored children.
Mrs. Hagenbuch is
survived by her husband of 57 years, James A. Hagenbuch whom she married on
October 17, 1947. She is also survived by one son James C. Hagenbuch of
Danville, PA and one daughter Joann Hittle of Danville, PA. Five
grandchildren; Tami, Lori, Tara, Aaron and Bryan also survive her along with
five great-grandchildren; Amanda, Tara, Lauren, Kiersten and Ghilaan. She
is also survived by one brother Robert E. Cameron of Danville, PA. She was
preceded in death by five brothers; Ray A. Cameron in 1934; William M.
Cameron in 1958; Donald W. Cameron in 1997; John F. Cameron in 1999 and Carl
W. Cameron in 1999 and three sisters; Dorothy I. Faust in 1990; Geraldine M.
Balanda in 1997 and Darlis R. Sweeney in 2004.
will be held Monday at 1:00 PM from Trinity United Methodist Church 306
Lombard Street Danville, PA with her pastor the Reverend Dennis W. Derr
officiating assisted by the Reverend C. Rayvon Hilliard. Burial will follow
in Odd Fellows Cemetery Danville, PA. Friends will be received from 11:00
AM until the time of service at the church. Memorial contributions may be
made to either Trinity United Methodist Church or Columbia Montour Home
Hospice 599 E. 7th Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815. Arrangements
are under the direction of the Visneski Funeral Home, Inc. 10 West Mahoning
Street Danville, PA.