Charles Franklin Arehart Sr.

September 2, 1937March 15, 2019

Charles Franklin Arehart Sr., 81, passed away on March 15 after a long illness. He was born in Lancaster on September 2, 1937, son of Ralph Arehart and Esther Stoudt Davidson. Charles graduated from Cornwall High School in 1955, then served in the United States Air Force Reserves and later, retired as a truck driver. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and family, boating, fishing and reading.

Charles is survived by two daughters, Jody, wife of Jim Fox of Millsboro, DE and Terri, wife of Rob Miller of Loris, SC. He is predeceased by his son, Charles (Chuck) Arehart Jr. Charles is also survived two sisters, Edna Wagner and Janet Arehart; by his grandson, Adam Koch of Lebanon, granddaughter Shayla Fox of Millsboro, DE and granddaughter Jamie Arehart of Lebanon with whom he lived, along with their dog Teddy.

A special thanks to The VA in Lebanon, All Seasons Hospice and especially long time friends, the Piergallini family. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, April 28 at 1:30 PM at House of His Creation, 541 W. 28th Division Highway (Route 322), Lititz, PA.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate any contributions to be made to All Season Hospice 280 S. Hill Drive, Grantville, PA 17028 in memory of Charles Arehart.


28 April

Memorial Service

1:30 pm

House of His Creation

541 W 28th Division Highway
Route 322
Lititz, PA


Charles Franklin Arehart Sr.

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Donna Lorah Morris

March 19, 2019

It's hard to know just what to say at this sad time because your loss is so great and because your father will be missed in so many ways.
The longer we live, the more we learn - yet all our experience doesn't really seem to help when it comes to the loss of someone we care about.
But even though no words can truly comfort you, perhaps they can in some small way, express the depth of care and concern that's felt for you now.
At this difficult time may you turn to memories of all you shared to carry you during g your darkest hours.
His life has ended but his love is eternal
I will remember him with smiles and laughter
For that's the way he will remember us all.