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Shirley Ann (Guth) Geiger
December 1, 2022
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Shirley Ann (Guth) Geiger, 84, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 1, 2022, at Willow Brook Rehabilitation and Health Care Center (Kutztown Manor) where she was a resident. Born in Allentown, Pennsylvania she was the daughter of the late Llewellyn N. and Helen M. (Gaumer) Guth. Shirley was a loving mother who enjoyed playing Bingo, square dancing, Saturday outings to Kutztown Renninger’s Farmers’ Market, listening to music and seeing her friends at Alburtis Park. She was employed as a sewing machine operator for many years until retirement. She was of the Lutheran Faith. Formerly of Germansville and Topton she was the wife of the late Ronald E. Feinour, Sr. of Germansville and Charles Geiger of Breinigsville. Twin daughters survive her, Linda Louise Feinour companion of Gerald Wright of Mertztown, Louise Linda (Feinour) wife of Scott Arndt of Topton, and a son Ronald Feinour E. Jr. (Deb) of Danielsville. Grandchildren Stacey (Geiger) wife of Stan Matukewicz of Schuylkill Haven, Jenny Kerschner of Cleveland, Ohio, Brian Kerschner Jr. of Germansville, and Peggy (Feinour) wife of Jeremie Stoss of Germansville. Great Grandchildren Brayden Matukewicz, Lauren Feinour, and Landon Stoss. Sister June (Guth) Crout of Nazareth and brother Robert Guth of Macungie. A sister Arlene and brother Richard Guth predeceased her. A “Celebration of Life” and celebration of Shirley’s 85th birthday will be planned for August 5, 2023, at the Topton American Legion Pavilion. The family would like to extend a special note of appreciation to all the caregivers at Kutztown Manor, Bayada Hospice and Edward J. Hildenbrand Funeral Home Inc. for the excellent care they provided to Shirley.