Nancy Rodeffer Death, Obituary- At the age of 83, Nancy Lee (Jones) Rodeffer, the widow of Warren Henry Rodeffer, passed away at Brightview Baldwin Park in Staunton on the 22nd of December, 2022. She was married to Warren Henry Rodeffer. She was someone’s wife, and her husband’s name was Warren Henry Rodeffer. The information that her spouse had left her was something that she learned on the 22nd of December, 2022. On January 28th, 1939, Mrs. Rodeffer was born in the city of Staunton, which is located in the state of Virginia. Her parents were James Neff Jones and Charlotte Alice (Garrett) Jones, but neither of them lived to see her born; both of them passed away before she was born. She was named after her mother. She is the offspring of her mother and father.
In addition to being a founding member of the Pleasant Valley Church of the Brethren, Nancy was also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Weyers Cave Volunteer Fire Company. In addition to this, Nancy was a part of the Brethren congregation that met at the Weyers Cave Church. Mrs. Rodeffer’s mother was the only member of Mrs. Rodeffer’s direct family to have survived after Mrs. Rodeffer was born and lived to see another day. Both of Mrs. Rodeffer’s parents and her sister Betty Jo (Jones) Bartley passed away before Mrs. Rodeffer did, and Mrs. Rodeffer herself died first. Mrs. Rodeffer had been married to her husband for a combined total of sixty years when she passed away. Her husband predeceased her.
At this point in time, Mrs. Rodeffer has spent the better part of six decades of her life happily married to Mr. Rodeffer. Stacy Sutherland and her husband Ernie of Fort Defiance, Virginia; three daughters, including Kimberly Funk and her husband Steve of Missoula, Montana, Gail Fifer and her husband David of Mt. Solon, Virginia, and Stacy Sutherland and her husband Ernie of Fort Defiance, Virginia; nine grandchildren, including Kara Malcolm (Steve), Kris Michael (Willie), Kimberlee Michael (Sarah), Kendall Michael, Elizabeth Funk (Jay), and Jonathan Fun.
Three A memorial service will be place on the Thursday, December 29, 2022, at eleven o’clock in the morning, and it will be presided over by the Reverend Christopher Knoedler and Mr. Don Landes. The date and time of the event have not yet been determined. The funeral service will be place at the chapel that is a component of the Coffman Funeral Home in the community of Coffman.