Glennis K Farnsworth 2018

Glennis Kay Farnsworth, 88, of Douglassville, passed away on March 23, 2018 at The Reading Hospital.
Born in Muncy, PA he was the son of the late M.K. Farnsworth and Alta I. (Myers) Farnsworth.
He was the devoted husband of Marilyn M. (Ruth) Farnsworth.
His earthly life was dedicated to serving the Lord through his church as a deacon and Christian Service Brigade leader and as an avid missionary supporter. He exemplified Christ in his godly example to his family and friends.
Mr. Farnsworth was employed as a teacher for the Pottsgrove School District for over 30 years. Upon retirement, he went on to work as a technician for A.I. Control Systems of Temple for 10 years, retiring in 1996.
He was predeceased by brothers: Nevin Farnsworth and Wayde Farnsworth and sister: Wanda (Farnsworth) Langdon. His surviving sister is Lonna (Farnsworth) Bacon.
In addition to his wife and sister, survivors include his children: Mark B. Farnsworth, husband of Sherry of Philippi, WV; Heidi F. Nalle, wife of Edward of Leesburg, VA; Ned S. Farnsworth, husband of Marisol of Ecuador, and Laura F. McQuaid, wife of Shawn of Cross Junction, VA. Also surviving are grandchildren: Lauren, Emily, Luke, Abigail, John, Matthew, Joel, Amelia, Elias, and Jacob Farnsworth, Spencer and Mason Nalle, and Cole and Erin McQuaid.
Memorial Services will be held at Exeter Bible Fellowship Church, 926 Philadelphia Terrace., Birdsboro, PA 19508 on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 1:00PM. Interment will be held at Forest Hills Memorial Park at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Exeter Bible Fellowship Church.
Bean Funeral Home of Exeter Twp., is in charge of arrangements; online condolences may be made at; correspondence may be mailed to Bean Funeral Home, 6 Fairlane Rd, Reading, PA 19606.

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