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Barbara Ann Kepner

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Barbara Ann Kepner, age 87 of Camp Hill, was called home to be with her Lord on August 26, 2023.

Barbara was born on July 19, 1936 in Harrisburg the daughter of the late Donald and Margaret (Dare) McKissick of Harrisburg. 

She was a graduate of the former William Penn High School class of 1955 where she was in the LBF Sorority. 

After graduation, she worked at the Evangelical Press, the Keystone Bank where she was a Proof Operator, and Sedgwick James Insursnce for 29 ½ years. 

After retirement, she worked for Holy Spirit Hospital as a Unit Secretary in the Operating Room and later working for the Camp Hill Bonton as an Ambassador for the Cosmetic Department. 

Barbara was active in the Camp Hill Presbyterian Church where she was a Decan, Welcomer, and helped with Child Care and Vacation Bible School. 

She loved working in her garden with her beautiful flowers. She was also an avid Phillies fan. She loved being with her grandchildren, Kelsey and Connor, who she loved very much and had so many beautiful memories with them both. 

She is survived by her daughter, Kim Durborow, and husband, Edward Durborow, of Enola; son, Barry Weiser, of Camp Hill; sister, Donna Parr, and husband, Craig Parr, of Harrisburg; nieces, Christine and Lauren, and great nieces, Autumn, Zoey, and Teagan; cousin, Ronald McKissick; grandchildren, Kelsey and Connor Durborow, Michael, Shawn, and Alexis Weiser; and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Kepner, whom she was married to for 42 years and a loving sister, Carol McKissick. 

She will miss all her friends and her loving family and church family and most of all her grandchildren, Kelsey and Connor, the loves of her life. Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family at Rolling Green Cemetery. Memory Service will be held at Camp Hill Presbyterian Church at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Camp Hill Presbyterian Church ( or the Hospice of Cental Pennsylvania (

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  1. The most loving and best Grandma I could I ever ask for. I will never forget all the memories we made together. Words can’t describe how much impact you made on my life. As you said… this isn’t goodbye, just a see you later.

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