Kids’ Pages

RSS Recent Photos

RSS Recent Videos

Our YouTube Channel
___________________

Posts by month:

Marion Violet (Hockman) Bloss

Marion Violet (Hockman) Bloss
The following Obituary appeared in the papers:

Marion V. Bloss

Marion V. Bloss, 95, of Bethlehem, died Saturday, August 16, 2008 in Country Meadows. Born: October 11, 1912 in Coffeetown, Pa, she was a daughter of the late Simeon and Margaret Dugan Hockman. Her husband Matthew W., died in 2002. Personal: She was a 1931 graduate of Easton High School and matriarch of the Hockman Family, which recently celebrated its 31st annual reunion. She also volunteered for the 3rd Street Alliance, Meals on Wheels, March of Dimes and PTA. She taught Sunday school for 45 years, sang in the choir for 35 years and was very active on various committees and church groups. She was a past -president of the LCW. She was also a past-president of the Cosmopolitan Club. Memberships: She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Easton, where she was baptized in 1913 and confirmed in 1928. Survivors: 4 grandchildren, Crystal, Tedder, Cheryl, and Troy Cawley; five great-grandchildren, Stephanie, Taylor Ann, Emmett, Anna Rose and Katie. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Carol Ann Cawley Reis in 2000 and siblings, Elroy, Elvin, Edgar, Ervin, Harold, Clyde, Ken, Evelyn, Esther, and Alma. Services: 10am Wednesday in Christ Lutheran Church, 11th and Ferry Sts., Easton. Call 6-7:30pm, Tuesday in the Ashton Funeral Home, 14th and Northampton Sts., Easton. Memorials: To the church, 1100 Ferry St., Easton, Pa 18042.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

To the family of Marion Bloss: her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews,
We’re sure the angels had a parade when Marion joined them.
Her joy of life and enthusiasm in everything she did made all who worked with her enjoy even a tedious job.
May your memories bring you comfort as you remember the love and good times you had together. She will be sorely missed by those of us at Christ Lutheran Church.
Frank & Chris Swan,

Easton,
Pennsylvania

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Aunt Marion, A name synonymous with love, hope, faith, and friend. You are sorely missed. What a great example you were for your very large family. You made everyone feel special and knew everyone’s names! You were a special lady and touched many lives. You lived by example and were an inspiration to all. You lived with enthusiasm and grace, a true example of a christian! I will miss you very much. May you rest in peace. I know you have organized and held a family reunion with your heavenly family and are dancing the polka! Our loss is heavens gain. God blessed us with you for a long time and now he has taken you home. God bless us all!
Marjorie Shoemaker,

Bath

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well-lived.

Joan Corcoran,

Cape May Court House,
New Jersey

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Marion, I will miss your beautiful smile, your hellos, and stories. You will be greatly miss by many.

May you rest in peace.

Iris Diaz,


Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Aunt Marion was the last of the great ladies; always putting others before herself, always serving a cause bigger than herself. She was gracious and warm, with a smile and laugh like no other! I will miss you, Aunt Marion. You were one in a million!
Sonja Boon (Bercaw),

Ledgewood,
New Jersey

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Aunt Marion was truly a role model for not only family, but friends as well. I will miss calling her with Hockman genealogy questions. I wouldn’t be surprised if she is already planning the first Heavenly Hockman reunion. Aunt Marion leaves us with many memories. Love you
Yvonne & Mike (Hockman) Osmun,

Easton,
Pennsylvania

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

We, Country Meadows staff, express our sincere sympathy on passing of your loved one. It was truly a privilege to know Marion who made a lasting positive impact on both the fellow residents and the staff of Country Meadows. She will be fondly remembered.
Chaplain Greg Kongor,

Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania


Monday, August 18, 2008

Aunt Marion, you will truly be missed. I know you are dancing and laughing in heaven.

Linda Hawn,

Marion,
South Carolina

Monday, August 18, 2008

What a kind, wonderful woman always thinking of others. May she rest in peace.
Kevin Beck,

Fairfax,
Virginia

Monday, August 18, 2008

Oh Marion…. I will SO miss your laughter!!!! Thanks for being just who you were. Luv ya and I’ll see you when I get there…..
p.s. Say hello to Shorty and Beanie for me…
Wendy (Kuzen) Boettger
Wendy Boettger,

Manor,
Texas

Monday, August 18, 2008

We truly thank God for Marion’s life and for her great faith, made evident in so many wonderful ways during her 95 years! What a privilege to have known, worked with and loved her! Now we thank the Almighty for calling her “to an eternal home.” May our Lord be present with all family members who mourn her passing!
Pastor Herb & Ruth Mohlenhoff
now retired in Longboat Key, FL.
and New Preston, CT
Herbert Mohlenhoff,

Longboat Key,
Florida


Monday, August 18, 2008

To The family of Marion Bloss,
My sincere condolences, Marion was a very special person and friend to our family. Her smile and laughter will always be remembered. May your wonderful memories of her bring you comfort in your sorrow.
Kelly (Harley) Woolley,

nazareth

Share this via:

Write a comment