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Janet Ann Workman Shoff

Janet Ann Workman Shoff

Tuesday, October 10th, 1939 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Obituary

Janet Ann Shoff, age 80 years of Delta, PA died at 11:30 am on Thursday, May 14, 2020 at the home of her sister and caregiver, Betty. She was the wife of the late Marlin E. Shoff.

Mrs. Shoff was born in Airville, PA on October 10, 1939 a daughter of the late Garrison and Anna (Krick) Workman. She was a 1957 graduate of Lower Chanceford High School and following graduation began a career with Civil Service as an executive secretary at Aberdeen Proving Ground. She retired in 1997 and soon after went back to work in the same office now as an employee of a private contractor. When she retired again in 2018, she had worked for over 60 years.
Janet was a lifetime member of the Chanceford Presbyterian Church, Airville where she served as a Sunday School teacher, elder and Clerk of Session for over 30 years. She enjoyed traveling, especially cruises, reading, and shopping. Along with friends, she also attended many plays over the years. Janet’s family and friends could count on her to remember every holiday with a personally written card.

She is survived by,

One son:
Darren E. Shoff and his partner, Abbey Davies of Windham, ME

Two granddaughters:
Elizabeth Lucas and Katharyn Lucas

One sister:
Betty M. McFadden of Delta

She is also survived by nieces and nephews.

Janet was preceded in death by her siblings, Richard Workman, Daniel Workman and Robert Workman

Private services will be held and interment will be in Chanceford Cemetery with Reverend Guy W. Dunham, retired pastor officiating.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Chanceford Presbyterian Church, PO Box 56, Airville, PA 17302 would be appreciated
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  • Interment

    Location
    Chanceford Cemetery
    Address
    1784 Woodbine Road
    AIRVILLE, PA 17302
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Ruth E Thompson

Posted at 08:01pm
I worked with Janet at the US Army Limited War Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground and through those many years, Janet was a hard worker, a gracious lady, and a great friend. We stayed in touch through the years at our LWL reunions and on-going e-mails, and she will be sorely missed. I extend my condolences to Janet's family. She was a very special friend and will be missed by so many. Ruthie Shaw Thompson, San Angelo, Texas
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Jim Shuler

Posted at 10:54am
When I arrived in Airville late summer of 1989, Janet was appointed to the commission to ordain me. The service took place at Light Street Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, in October. I always appreciated Janet’s tremendous support of the Airville Area churches when we came together for community worship, usually 10 times a year. Several months ago I visited Janet and her sister Betty. It was a wonderful time of sharing. My sincerest prayers of God’s comfort to her family and all who were close to her. Sincerely, Rev. Jim Shuler.

Margaret Wright

Posted at 08:31am
My sincere Sympathy to the family of Janet.She will surely be missed.such a Great Lady
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