Masey Rae Dacheux

Masey Rae Dacheux

DOVER – Masey Rae Dacheux, 17, of Dover, passed away on Thursday, January 31, 2019.

Masey was born March 2, 2001 in York and was the loving daughter of Jamie Dacheux, John Dacheux, III, and step-daughter of Jeramie Berger.

She would have graduated in May of 2019 from Northeastern Senior High School in Manchester. She was very active in school activities including, Student Representative to the School Board at Northeastern School District, Book Club, Vice President of H.O.S.A. Medical Club, Vice President of Psychology Club, Model United Nations, P.A.S.S. Program, S.A.D.D. Club, and formerly played Lacrosse and Field Hockey and was a Cheerleader at Spring Grove Area Middle School. Masey was full of life, loved spending time with family and friends, listening to music, reading books and going to the beach. Masey had been accepted to Messiah College for a future career in Dentistry.

In addition to her parents, Masey is survived by her sister, Daija Rae Dacheux, her step-brother, Jamison Berger; her maternal grandparents, Candy and Noah Julius, and Howard “Tyke” Harshberger; paternal grandparents, John II and Bonnie Rae Dacheux; great grandmother, Edna Henning, and various extended family.

A visitation will be from 1:00 to 3:00 PM, Sunday, February 10, 2019 at the Northeastern Senior High School Auditorium, 300 High Street, Manchester. A service of remembrance will begin at 3:00 PM Sunday in the Auditorium. Burial will be private. Arrangements have been entrusted to The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center of Mount Wolf. Because Masey loved Tie Dyed shirts the family ask for you to please wear it to the service in memory of her.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested canned goods to be donated to the Northeastern Food Bank in Masey’s name or a monetary donation may be made to the Northeastern Food Bank in her name.

Masey’s parents would like to thank the community for all of their generous donations and support shown to them during this time.

To share memories of Masey, please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

6 thoughts on “Masey Rae Dacheux

  1. Please accept my deepest condolences for your daughter. May God’s peace and comfort be with you (2Co1:3-4). Remember that the pain of death is our great enemy and will be vanquished
    (Rev21:3-4) May God’s strength hold you dear ones.( Phil 4:13)

  2. Masey was one of my best friends on the field hockey team and had helped me through many hard times. This girl gave light to everyone at school and made sure everyone was equal. She was a very kind and generous girl who will be missed dearly. Fly high Masey, We’ll all miss you.

  3. Masey was my student at NHS for two years. During that time, I came to care about her and cherish her deeply. She saw the best in me, and believed in me as her teacher. Masey taught me how to be more accepting of my own quirks, and to fully embrace the unique qualities in others. In my observation as her teacher, Masey accepted and loved people without condition. In my classroom, she modeled how to embrace positivity and optimism, and how to be kind. She was fiercely loyal, courageous, and considerate. She was humble and confident, serious and silly, mature and youthful. She was unforgettable. I I will cherish the lessons she taught me, and I will work to pass them on to others. My thoughts and prayers are with the family of this remarkable young lady. I can not think of the right words to say to you. You are in my thoughts and my prayers. I am sorry for your loss.

  4. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. When someone you love dies, you often find some measure of comfort in the memories you have. Something else that can bring comfort is the knowledge that you are not alone in your remembrance of them. John 5:28, 29: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out…” The term “memorial tombs” as used in this verse carries the implication of preserving the memory of the one who has died. In this context it suggests that the person who died is remembered by God. So overtime you may feel that you are the only one who remembers your loved one, but God has not forgotten then. His memory is not ravaged by time, and he will use his memory to restore life to those who have fallen asleep in death. May this knowledge bring you comfort during this difficult time.

  5. I was lucky enough to have Masey in Anatomy and Physiology at NHS and she truly brightened my room every day but just walking in. I will miss her smile, her laugh, and her infectious personality. I am just heartbroken.
    Thinking of you.
    Donna Burns (Dr. Burns at NHS)

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