Mary A. Brenner

Mary A. Brenner

NORTH YORK – Mary A. Brenner, 72, of York, passed away at 9:15 AM, Friday, January 11, 2019, at her home in North York.

Mary was born May 18, 1946, in York and was the daughter of the late Clair and Doris (Latham) Brenner.

In 1964 she graduated from Northeastern High School in Manchester. She was employed as an executive secretary by Quaker City Paper and Chemical Company for 46 years before retiring in 2015. She was a member of Toastmasters International, Ladies Auxiliary of the Susquehanna V.F.W. Post 2493 in Mount Wolf, a member of the North York Borough Council and Al Anon.

Mary is survived by her beloved son, Scott Brenner of York; her two sisters, Sally Senft and Betsy Schwartz both of York, and her four brothers, Richard Brenner of York, John Brenner of Mount Wolf, Robert Brenner of Wellsville and Thomas Brenner of Manchester.

Her memorial service will begin at 11:00 AM, Saturday, January 19, 2019, at The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 87 South Main Street, Mount Wolf. Visitation will be from 10:00 to 11:00 AM, Saturday at the funeral home. Private Burial will be in Manchester Union Cemetery. Officiating at the service will be Chaplain Kevin Frain from Hospice and Community Care.

Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider Hospice and Community Care, 685 Good Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601.

To share memories of Mary please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

5 thoughts on “Mary A. Brenner

  1. Aunt Mary loved her family. For many years hosting as many Brenner’s as possible at her and Scott’s home. Always took the time and effort to make it special. Those memories are warm and joyful and wont soon be forgotten.
    Serving her community and active in politics, she was a hard working, dedicated grassroots activist. she truly cared about her community, her state and her country. May your eternal rest bring you comfort and peace.

  2. Mary was a great classmate and fellow Mt. Wolfer. We went thru 1st grade to 12th grade together She was someone that I always looked up to. Although I haven’t seen Mary in years I still consider her one of my best friends. Every time a fellow Mt. Wolfer or classmate passes, a piece of my heart is broken. My condolences to John, Bob, Sally & the entire Brenner family. She will be missed!
    RIP Mary Brenner

  3. Mary Brenner remembered.
    I joined York Toastmasters in 1980. At the time Mary was soon to be retired as our chapter President, the first female to hold that office and a definite minority in our club.
    Mary was welcoming and helpful to me and other club members then and throughout the years I participated and benefited from Toastmasters.
    Quick to laugh at appropriate times, but just as quick to notice and support club members that struggled in the program.
    Mary had success in Toastmasters besides her top administration role and guidance, as she won several area and district Toastmasters contests and brought pride to York Toastmasters.
    Also, everyone who knew Mary can recall with warmth the pride she exuded as a mother.
    RIP, Mary

  4. On behalf of Cmdr Ed Manko and the officers and membership of the 5th District American Legion
    Wishing your family the blessings of memories and the comfort of love each time you remember

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