Grace Mary Kegerize
April 11, 1914 – June 27, 2018
Grace Mary Kegerize was called into the presence of her Saviour the Lord Jesus Christ June 27, 2018 at Willow Valley Communities, Lancaster, PA. Grace was born in Reading, PA to the late Edwin H.and Daisie L. (Hettinger) Kegerize, April 11, 1914. She is survived by a sister Mary Jane Chitty, widow of deceased Frederick Chitty. Grace was preceded in death by her sister Naomi ( Kegerize) Hartman and brother in law, Herbert Hartman. Sister, Ruth ( Kegerize) Edwards and brother in law Norman Edwards. She is survived by six nieces and 5 nephews, and many great nieces and nephews.
Grace was an elementary school teacher for 40 years in Spring Township and Reading School Districts. For several years, she served as head teacher and principal. Grace also taught Sunday School classes, and Child Evangelism classes, and served as a counselor at Greenwood Hills Girls Camp. She enjoyed traveling all over the world, especially enjoying her time visiting missionaries in Chile, and the Dominican Republic. Grace fellowshipped with other believers in the Lord Jesus Christ at Monterey Chapel in Leola, Pa. A Celebration of Life will be held July 5 at 3:00 p.m. at Willow Valley in the Orr Auditorium, 675 Willow Valley Square, Willow Valley, PA 17602. A private burial will be held at the convenience of the family. Theo C. Auman Funeral Home, Reading is entrusted with the arrangements.
Contributions to Grace’s memory can be sent to Greenwood Hills Bible Conference, 7062 Lincoln Way East, Fayetteville, PA 17222.
Grace Mary Kegerize
July 3, 2018
When I saw Grace Kegerize's name in the paper I couldn't believe my eyes. Remembering her well because she was my nice 3rd grade teacher at Spring and Moss grade school.
Marlene Sauder Raymond
July 1, 2018
Dear Friends & Family of Grace,
I met Grace when I first began teaching and she was still going strong! She was a wonderful woman and an awesome teacher! Even after her retirement she kept in touch by stopping at my home on 13th Street. I hold Grace in incredibly high regard as a person, teacher and friend. My condolences on your loss. God bless!