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Darlene J. (Krebs) Knuth

Darlene Krebs

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Darlene J. (Krebs) Knuth of Liverpool, PA passed away on Saturday, April 18, 2020 at Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill. Darlene was the daughter of the late Marvin E. and Margaret M. (Latchford) Krebs of Liverpool.

Darlene was a graduate of Greenwood High School, Millerstown, PA and obtained certification for and was employed as a dental assistant for several years.
Darlene enjoyed using her creativity to design beautiful floral arrangements and whimsical centerpieces. She also enjoyed cooking and spending quality time with her children, grandchildren and her furry companions.

Darlene is survived by her children: D. Shawnette McNelley of CA, Mark A. McNelley (Carol) of Harrisburg, and Ryan L. Hayes of Liverpool; grandchildren: Kristin M. Hayes and Alleah R. Hayes; sister: Rosalie Reichenbach (Robert) and nephews Scott Reichenbach (Patricia) and Chad Reichenbach (Jennifer); and several great nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service will be held at Union Cemetery, Liverpool.

Memorial contributions may be made to Companion Animal Hospital of Selinsgrove and Paws Inn, 335 Rt. 35, Selinsgrove, PA 17870.

The family would like to extend a special acknowledgement to the compassionate team of CVICU and HS Select Specialty at Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital for the exceptional care given to Darlene.

Arrangements for Darlene are entrusted to Sullivan Funeral Home, Inc. of Enola.


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  1. Darlene was not only my grandmother but my best friend …when she loved she loved with all her heart she was truly the best and my fur bunch and I are going to miss her so very much ! Darlene always loved the Liverpool and New Bloomfield carnivals , our trips out to eat with just her , my dog and I , she also loved every year helping me gather gifts for children that needed gifts for Christmas …she always had a heart for animals and was always trying to help me reach all my goals and give me the best life ever ….She was , still is and always will be my hero and I thank God he gave me her as a grandma …Love you always
    Your Angel girl (Kristin )

  2. I remember every Christmas Eve, Darlene, Margie and her family would have food set out for all to come and drop by, eat, hang out and just feel welcomed. It was always such a loving and friendly place to go and feel like you were part of the family. Such nice and loving people. I know a lot of us would hang out at the house (various friends and such) over the years. They always made us feel like part of the family and very welcome. She will be missed and we will pray for the family.

  3. Art and I send our heartfelt sympathy to Darlene’s family. She and Art were Classmates at Greenwood, and she and I were band members together. Art was reminiscing about the time he took Darlene to the Ferry on the back of his bicycle (of course, this was before he got his driver’s license). She had such a “bubbly” personality and I’m glad we knew her. She will be missed. Sincerely, Ethel Bitting

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