Scott P. Dillensnyder, 62, of Emmaus, died Nov. 23, 2017, with his wife by his side in the Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township, after a valiant fight against cancer. He was the husband of Louise Dillensnyder. They were married for 26 years last June. Born in Allentown, he was a son of the late John E. Dillensnyder Jr. and Dolores A. (Balliet) Dillensnyder.
Ray Patrick Miller, 85, of Emmaus, died Nov. 24, 2017, at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. He was the husband of Bernice C. (Butz) Miller. Born in Emmaus, he was the son of the late Harry Luther and Elsie Rebecca (Hertzog) Miller.
He was an insurance agent with The Prudential Insurance Co.
He was a veteran of the United States Navy, having served during the Korean War.
He was a lifetime member of Bethel Bible Fellowship Church.
Margaret Mary (LaPoint) Robert, 71, of Macungie, died Nov. 22, 2017, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife and best friend of 45 years to Maury Robert. Born in Honesdale, she was a daughter of the late Francis L. LaPoint and Margaret M. (Walsh) LaPoint.
Prior to retirement, she impacted hundreds of lives as a dedicated elementary school teacher.
She was a loving grandmother who especially enjoyed spending time with her grandsons in recent years, and her faith allowed her to face adversities with grace.
People in the three-county area who have been laid off permanently or indefinitely from their jobs have access to Lehigh Carbon Community College‘s employment retraining opportunities, including a tuition waiver. The ERO program is designed for those who have recently been affected by area layoffs and will help them find resources to get back on a career track.
Information sessions to learn more about the ERO are scheduled for the following dates, in the Alumni Center, room 107/108, main campus in Schnecksville:
•11 a.m. to noon Nov. 27
•2 to 3 p.m. Nov. 28
Jayne E. Siegfried, 72, of Macungie, Longswamp Township, died Nov. 22, 2017, at home. She was the wife of Donald C. Siegfried. They were married for 52 years in May. Born in Allentown, she was a daughter of the late Lewis C. and Helen R. (Roesser) Ockenhouse.
She worked in various positions for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company and Edelman’s Sporting Goods.
She was a member of Longswamp United Church of Christ, having served as deacon, elder and past president of church consistory.
She enjoyed gardening and was active with Brandywine Community Library.
The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs wants to help pay tribute to all of the men and women from Pennsylvania who died as a result of the Vietnam War.
For the past two years, the DMVA has partnered with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund in Washington, D.C. to find a photo of every Pennsylvanian whose name appears on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall – commonly referred to as The Wall.