Joan Ehret-Yerger Obituary (2022), Allentown, PA
Joan Ehret-Yerger Obituary; The peaceful and private passing of Joan J. (Kneller) Ehret-Yerger, who resided in Zionsville, took place on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at the Seton Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Orwigsburg. Joan J. Ehret-Yerger was a longtime employee at the facility. This is the place where Joan J. Ehret-Yerger passed away peacefully. On October 15th, 1931, she was born in Allentown to her late parents, Robert and Edith (Pearson) Kneller. Her parents have since passed away.
Both of her parents had passed away at this point. At this point in time, both of her parents had already passed away. Joan devoted a substantial portion of her life to her job at Weis Markets, where she was worked for the most of her adult life. She was very devoted to her grandkids and great-grandchildren, and she took a great deal of joy in passing down to them tales and pictures from the family album. Joan was a devoted follower of the Jehovah’s Witness religion, and she attended every single service that was held at the Zionhill Congregation.
Gail Dunn and her husband Edward live in Andreas, and Joy Steigerwalt and her husband Randy live in Zionsville. Both of Joan’s children have married local men. Both of Gail and Joy’s husbands make their homes in the respective towns of their wives. In addition, she is survived by her brother, Harry Kneller, who currently resides in Daytona Beach, Florida; her sisters, Doris Miller of Allentown and Darlene LaCorazza of Horseheads, New York; her grandsons, Stephen Steigerwalt, David Ehret, and Dana DeLeon; and her great-grandchildren. She was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and passed away in Horseheads, New York.
Ralph C. Ehret, Joan’s first husband, and David Ehret, the couple’s son, both passed away before Joan, as did Irvin Yerger, Joan’s second husband. Joan also passed away after the death of Irvin Yerger. David Ehret, Joan’s son, too passed away before his mother. Her grandson, Kevin Steigerwalt, and her three sisters, Fern Fraese, Nancy Bernhard, and Cindy Pearson, all went away before she did. Her brother, William Kneller, was the last living member of her immediate family. Additionally, she was predeceased by her grandson who passed away before her. Kevin Steigerwalt
On the afternoon of Sunday, November 20, 2022, at 4:00 PM, there will be a memorial ceremony held in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Quakertown. The date and time of the event are still to be determined. At this address, 2360 Trolley Bridge Road, you will find the Kingdom Hall. You are requested to get in touch with the family if you are interested in gaining access to the service through the use of Zoom.