Constance A. Zegley, 81
Constance A. (Wascavage) Zegley, 81, of Lititz, passed away on Friday, August 1, 2008 at her residence after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Shenandoah, PA, she was the daughter of the late Stanley and Anna (Lodenosky) Wascavage. Constance was the wife of the late John P. Zegley who passed away on May 8th, 2005.
Mrs. Zegley was employed by the Bearing’s Company, Bell Telephone as an operator and RCA where she retired as an inspector. She was a former member of the Girl Scouts and various mothers’ clubs. She was a member of the Gallic Society, Dutchland Polkateers, Silver Liners, Knitting and Crocheting club at St. James and St. James Catholic Church, auxiliary member of the Knights of Columbus. Constance enjoyed spending time with her family at the beach, crabbing, fishing, boating, miniature golf, crafts, painting, jig saw puzzles, bingo, reading, crossword puzzles and watching old movies.
Surviving are her three daughters, Mary Ann Zegley of Wescoville PA, Sandra Ann, married to Donny Burham of Simi Valley CA, Constance Ann, married to David Luttermoser of Lititz, two sons, Paul, married to Sibbie Zegley of Pequea, Master Sgt. William J, married to Anja Zegley of Cheyenne WY, and ten grandchildren. Constance was predeceased by a son John Stanley Zegley who passed away in 1999.
A memorial mass will be held on Friday, August 8th,2008 at St. James Catholic Church 505 Woodcrest Ave. Lititz, PA 17543 at 11AM with Fr. James O’blaney as Celebrant. There will be a visitation from 10AM until the time of the service. Arrangements by the Charles F. Snyder Jr. Funeral Home and Chapel, Inc. Lititz Pike, Lititz PA 560-5100. To send an online condolence, please visit www.snyderfuneralhome.com.
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To the Zegley family.We are so sorry to hear of your Mothers’ death. I am sorry we couldn’t attend her service as we were away and just returned this afternoon. Tuff and I have many found memories of both your Mom and Dad. I felt very close to your Mom when you lived here on Orange street. I am sure she will be missed by everyone. We wish we could have been there today. I am glad Tanya made it for the Roden family. Again we are deeply sorry. Love, Paulette and Tuff
We want to extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Zegley family on Connie’s passing. John worked with my husband, John Straw, in the powerhouse at Armstrong for many years and were aware through St.James’Church bulletin that Connie had been in ill health. We are truly sorry for your loss and extend our prayers that God will comfort you during this sad time.
With sincere and deep sympathy,
John and Nancy Straw