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Nevin Musser

Nevin G. Musser

Friday, April 26th, 1935 - Monday, December 14th, 2020
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Nevin G. Musser, 85, a resident of Lancashire Hall, passed away at the home on Monday, December 14, 2020. Prior to his time at Lancashire, he was a long-time resident of Welsh Mountain Home.
Born in Churchtown, he was the son of the late Harry G. and Lena Glick Musser.
Nevin had been a carpenter for many years. He was a member of Petra Church. He was a devoted worshipper of Jesus, his Lord and Savior. An introspective quiet man, he wrote poetry and published a short book of his poetry in recent years. A wildflower expert, Nevin tended wildflower gardens wherever he lived. In his younger years, he spent hours photographing and cultivating wildflowers as he hiked. One of his crowning accomplishments was the creation of the Wildflower Trail at Camp Hebron. He was an avid bird watcher, participating in many local bird counts and tracking bird migrations. He enjoyed playing the harmonica and memorizing scripture.
Surviving is a brother, Alvin husband of Erma Musser of Ephrata; and a sister, Edna Stoltzfus of Ephrata, widow of Stephen S. Stoltzfus.
Services and interment in the Conestoga Mennonite Cemetery will be held on privately. A Memorial Celebration for friends and extended family will be held at a later time.
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    Location
    Conestoga Mennonite Cemetery
    Address
    2779 Main St.
    MORGANTOWN, PA 19543
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Services will be private.

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Donna Barnes

Posted at 10:53am
Dear family,
Even though I have never met Nevin, I could tell by his picture that he is someone I wish I had known. Reading about his life and testimony made me say out loud, "He sounds like such a sweet man with so much love and life inside of him."

I was a camp counselor years ago and I remember always loving the nature trail and this brought back so many happy memories. What joy he must be experiencing even now in Heaven, rejoicing with his Savior in the most beautiful of places.

May you be comforted in your time apart from the man you love so dearly with the fixed hope of seeing each other again where he is now waiting to be the first to welcome you home where you can rejoice together in the Lord you and he so faithfully served.
In the meantime, I pray for encouragement courage, endurance, strength, and comfort to surround and uphold you.
Love, Donna Barnes
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