Paul E. Musser

Paul E. Musser

MANCHESTER – Paul E. Musser, 89, of Manchester, passed away peacefully Wednesday evening, February 14, 2018 at his home. He was the husband of Helen (Gerber) Musser whom he married 64 years ago on July 25, 1953.

Paul was born May 20, 1928 in Manchester on the family farm and was the son of the late Christian and Anna (Doll) Musser.

He was a lifelong farmer who worked his family farm his entire life. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Farmer Association; York Farm Forum and St. Paul United Methodist Church in Manchester.

In addition to his wife, Helen, Paul is survived by his son, Stan Musser and his companion Sue, his three daughters, Barbara Trimmer and her husband Al, Carolyn Hall and her husband Phil and Dawn Krout and her husband Joe; six grandchildren, Joshua, Leah, Amanda, Dustin, Zachary, and Toni; ten great grandchildren; two brothers, Christian Musser and Glenn Musser and his two sisters, Mary Fetrow and Martha Bentzel. Paul was preceded in death by his two brothers, Alvin Musser and Gordon Musser.

His funeral service will begin at 11:30 AM, Monday, February 19, 2018 at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 4360 Board Road, Manchester. Viewing will be from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Monday at the church. Entombment will be in Manchester Union Cemetery. Officiating at the service will be his pastors, Reverend James Parker and Reverend Dr. Eddie D. D. Miller.

The family would like to express their deepest appreciation for the compassionate care given to Paul by Missy, Jessica and Deb.

In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions be made to the Organ Fund at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 4360 Board Road, Manchester, PA. 17345.

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

3 thoughts on “Paul E. Musser

  1. To Mrs. Musser, Barbara, Carolyn, Dawn and Stan: I learned of Paul’s passing last evening when I spoke to my dad. Very sad news. He was a wonderful man. My mom and dad always enjoyed visiting with him and Mrs. Musser, playing cards and in general just having a good time together. He will certainly be missed. Our sympathies to you and your entire family at this time.

  2. Paul Musser was one of the hardest working men I have ever know. He was a real man! He was a real farmer !.

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