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Scott Franklin Moyer

April 14, 1955December 5, 2019

Scott Franklin Moyer, 64, of Schaefferstown, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 5, 2019 in his home. He was the husband of Donna Behney Moyer. He was born in Lebanon on April 14, 1955, son of the late Franklin Grant and Elizabeth Hartman Moyer. Scott was job foreman for Arthur Funk and Sons in Lebanon where he was employed for 34 years. He was a member of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Schaefferstown. He previously served for 19 years as Assistant Scout Master of BSA, Troop 417; and served on Grace UCC of Richland Consistory and held position of Chairman of Property Committee and Sunday School Secretary. He coached/assisted coaching with Heidelberg Township Rec baseball, soccer, basketball and was a member of Kleinfeltersville Tennis Club. Surviving in addition to his wife are children, Jennifer Haas, Gregory Moyer and wife Keely McGeehan; Grant Moyer and wife Hannah Gordon; step children, Amora Cook and husband Justin Bord; Zachary Cook and wife Kendra Cook; Averee Shaw and husband Adam Shaw; eleven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a grandchild. Memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 11 am at St. Luke Lutheran Church, 1432 Heidelberg Ave., Schaefferstown, PA. In lieu of flowers, donate to American Cancer Society, P. O. Box 897, Hershey, PA 17033. www.clauserfh.com


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  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 21, 2019


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Jeff Polynone

December 20, 2019

I am very saddened of the passing of my life long friend Scott or as a few of his friends called him peppiness. I remember many good things about Scott. I bought my first car from him, a 67 Ford Fairlane 2 door hard top,4 speed and a 289 high performance motor. Scott always had some really nice cars. He had a 67 Pontiac LeMans that was beautiful and fast. We drove around at night just about every night back in the hang out at the tennis court days.. Scott was a great guy and you could always count on him. I found out that Scott was no longer with us on the 18th as my father and I went past his house. I said to Pop I need to stop by and see him. Pop told me he was gone and I was crushed with the sad news. Last time I seen and talked to Scott we were attending my brother in law celebration of life gathering. I seen Scott slipping out before the meal so I quick ran to him and tried to get him to stay and eat. He said he was tired and we talked a bit before I told him to stay strong and try to keep his spirits up and try to stay active and he assured me that he would. I've been stopping by for a long time every time I seen him out back and I said to him I'd be stopping by again and again. We said goodbye and little did I know that it was the last time I could tell him goodbye. I'm very saddened about not getting to see him again. I will miss my friend peppiness. It was a honor to have known a great guy, father, husband and all around good human being. God bless his family with strength during this time of grieving. Amen R.I.P. Scott,,till we meet again.

Chip Schwalm

December 6, 2019

I worked with Scott, he was a great mechanic and a worthy coworker.
Honest , low keyed great work ethic.
An all around great person.
Always positive