Arline W. Schearer

November 28, 1919 - August 5, 2020
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Arline W. Schearer, 100, of Shillington, passed away August 5, 2020 at 3:31 AM in her residence. She was the widow of Richard L. Schaefer who was killed in action in WWII and John F. Schearer who passed January 10, 1989. Born in Shillington, she was a daughter of the late Nathan & Ella (Hertzog) White. She was a member of Immanuel UCC, Shillington and a former member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Keystone Fire Company #1 of Shillington and a former election poll worker. She loved her grandchildren and enjoyed day trips with the Sr. citizens groups. She enjoyed making Fasnacht donuts and Christmas cookies. She was said to be the cookie maker for all of Shillington. She is survived by her children – John F. Schearer, Jr. husband of Marian, Enfield, CT, Nancy J. Schearer, Shillington, her sister – Jean Jones, Shillington, her grandsons – John D. “Jay” Schearer husband of Emily, Simpsonville, SC, Andrew M. Schearer husband of Tara, Enfield, CT and her great grandchildren – Shaphan, Scarlett and Grant. In addition to her parents and husbands, she is predeceased by her brothers – Albert, Raymond “Raym”, Howard and Richard. Graveside services for Arline and John will be in Fairview Cemetery, Shillington. Please remember Arline by making a contribution to the Animal Rescue League, 58 Kennel Rd., Birdsboro, PA 19508.

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Fairview Cemetery


New Holland Avenue, Shillington, PA, 19607

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Animal Rescue League

58 Kennel Road
Birdsboro, PA 19508


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Born: November 28, 1919
Died: August 5, 2020

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Philip B. Miller posted on 8/9/20

Nancy and John; So sorry for your loss. Of course we lived next door to you for only one year while my dad did an unaccompanied tour in Korea, but my mother was pregnant at the time and your mom was always available to assist. And, then years later when I'd be shopping at the old Shillington Market, your mom would always take the time from her job at the produce stand to ask me how my family and I were doing. That's one memory I'll never forget.