Christine  Kuhnle
Christine Kuhnle, Stoneboro passed away Monday afternoon, October 14, 2019 at the St. Paul's Home, Greenville where she had been residing. She was 92.

She was born in Olive Hill, Kentucky on May 9, 1927 a daughter of the late Clarence and Monnie (Phillips) Wagner. On August 6, 1949 she married Charles W. Kuhnle who preceded her in death on January 25, 2012. Christine was a homemaker and a member of the Canal Wesleyan Methodist Church, Hannaville.
She is survived by two daughters, Carolyn Bell and her husband Paul, Lebanon, PA and Ona Maria Truesdale, Mason, OH; 3 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 62 years and a sister Viola Armstrong.

The funeral and committal service will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11:00 am at the Robert L. Snyder Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc. 3223 Perry Hwy., Sheaklevyille with Rev. Douglas Straum, pastor of the Canal Wesleyan Methodist Church officiating. She will be laid to rest next to her husband at the Oak Hill Cemetery, Sandy Lake. Family and friends may call on Saturday at the funeral home from 10:00 until 11:00 am time of service and are invited to share memories and condolences with the family online at www.snyderfh.com
Published on October 15, 2019

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Gerald and Lois Bell
Oct 19, 2019
What a sweet Christian lady. We so enjoyed her company traveling from PA to Ona’s, such precious memories. She has run a good race, finished the course and “Home” at last!
Oct 18, 2019
Simply Elegant Spathiphyllum was purchased for the family of Christine Kuhnle.  Send flowers
Gertrude Rosengreen
Oct 18, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. You had a wonderful mother, that I do not need to tell you, but I so appreciated her love for the Lord, and her testimonies that always seemed to include a exhortation . Precious Memories.