OBITUARY

Mi Sun Powers

March 28, 1954July 1, 2014
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Mi Sun (Kang) Powers, age 60, passed away peacefully at home in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania after a long ordeal with cancer. Mi Sun was born in 1954 in Gimcheon, South Korea and migrated to Killeen and Fort Hood, Texas to live with her sister in 1975. She is survived by her husband of over 36 years, CW4 U.S. army (retired) Raymond S. Powers Jr. and their three children: Michael R. Powers, 35 of Mechanicsburg; Christine M. Powers, 32 of Philadelphia; and Edwin C. Powers, 30 of New York City. Additionally, Mi Sun is survived by three siblings: brothers Go Bay Kang of Gimcheon, South Korea; Tae Gun Kang of Anchorage, Alaska; and sister, Mi Chi Cha Costlow and her husband SGM U.S. Army (retired) Dennis Costlow of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania; as well as many nephews and nieces. Mi Sun was a member of the local Korean American Wives Association. She attended the Hope Korean United Methodist Church in Hampden Township and was a former member of the 1st United Methodist Church in Killeen, Texas. She enjoyed gardening, dining-out with friends and family, daily walks with the family dog, and occasionally traveling, as well as occasional fishing trips with Ray to Quebec, Canada. She also enjoyed gaming, game shows, and Korean soap operas on TV. Funeral services will be conducted at Neill Funeral Home, 3401 Market street and the corner of 34th street, Camp Hill, PA on Monday, July 7th. Viewing with the family will be from 6:00PM to 7:30PM, immediately followed by funeral service with Rev. Ho Kang presiding. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in the memory of Mi Sun Powers to the Hospice of Central Pennsylvania, 1320 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, July 7, 2014
  • Funeral Service Monday, July 7, 2014
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July 11, 2014

Christine,
John Holman sends his condolences. He is so sorry for your loss.

Carole McHugh for John Holman

Rebecca and Joy Martin-Chia

July 9, 2014

Christine, Edwin, and family, we are very sorry for your loss and are thinking of you with sympathy and love.

patricia mitchell-daggy

July 7, 2014

To Bud and your family,
I am so sorry about your wife's passing--so young-although I did not know her, you spoke so highly of her that I wish we had met. Reading the guest book in her memory gave me an idea of how fondly she was remembered. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. thinking of you, from your cousin Patricia in Florida.

Sherri White

July 5, 2014

Dear uncle Bud
cousins Michael, Christine, and Edwin,
I want you to know that I am thinking of all of you at this time and I am so sorry for losing your wife and mother at such a young age. It is not going to be possible for me to make it down there and I feel terrible about this, I wish I could be there for all of you. The photo tribute is very nice and I'm sure she would have loved it! You are in our prayers,
Love, Sherri and Jim, Andrea, Aaron, Jaimee

Sandi LeMoine

July 4, 2014

Bud and family,
So sorry for your loss. Though we only met Mi Sun once at your Mom's funeral, I quickly wished I had met her long ago. I know she was a wonderful person as I could see that in meeting your children. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Sandi & Gene LeMoine

July 4, 2014

Ray,
Bobbie and I are very sorry for your loss. We will always remember Mi Sun for the happy times we shared with her at the class reunions, and her welcoming smile and warm hospitality when we visited your home on our trip to Gettysburg.
Our prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Tom & Bobbie

Terry-Chay McGranahan-Valentine

July 4, 2014

Ray, Chay and I are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are being sent for a wonderful lady and her grieving family.

Beth Tyrrell

July 3, 2014

I will miss my front yard conversations with Mi Sun. She was such a sweet neighbor. Last fall, I was chatting with her after her second surgery and told her that my Dad had just been diagnosed with stomach cancer. Although she was dealing with her own battle and had no need to think about anyone else, she grabbed me in a huge hug. The next day, a grocery bag of cancer fighting foods was brought to my front door. Her heart was huge and she will be missed. I am certain that she was a blessing to so many more that she met as well. Your family is in my prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY