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Graveside Service

Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
Monday August 28th, 2017

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Ross Shuler

Ross L. Shuler, 95, of Carlisle, PA, passed away Sunday, August 20, 2017 at his residence. Ross was born Saturday, September 24, 1921 in East Pennsboro Township, to the late Harry M. and Ethel M. Morrow Shuler. He is the widower of Betty R. Shuler who passed away May 15, 2012.

Ross was a graduate of the Mechanicsburg High School and was member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Mechanicsburg. He retired from the Mobil Oil Co. A World War II Army veteran,  Ross achieved the rank of S/SGT in the 19th Infantry, G Co., 24th Division and earned the Combat Infantry Badge, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Pearl Harbor Medal, two Battle Stars and an Arrow Head. Ross was a life member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Other memberships included:  Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 477, American Legion Post 109, Cumberland Star Lodge No. 197, Scottish Rite Valley of Harrisburg and Scottish Rite Club of Shippensburg.

His siblings were, Miriam Luther, Shirley Hess, Wayne Shuler, Paul Shuler, and Harold Shuler.

A Graveside Service will be held Monday, August 28, 2017 at 1:00 PM at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, PA  with Rev. Walter Frankenberry officiating.

Arrangements are being handled by Hollinger Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc., Mt. Holly Springs, PA. Visit wwww.hollingerfuneralhome.com for condolences to the family.

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Hello - I was so sorry to read of Mr. Shuler's passing - I just recently met Mr. Shuler at Chapel Pointe - he spent time with my Uncle, Glenn Railing.  They sat together for meals, sat together in the TV room and also spent time together in the therapy room.  He was a very nice man and I enjoyed seeing him when I visited my Uncle. I'm so sorry for your loss.  With sympathy, Brenda (Railing) Bradley

Brenda Bradley Aug 23 2017 12:00 AM

To my Uncle Ross, I will miss you.  I know how lonely you have been since the loss of your wife Betty.  Uncle Ross was a Pearl Harbor survivor and had to overcome disabilities as a result of his injuries in New Guinea and Pearl Harbor.  I want everyone to know that he also had a sister Nancy Fitting and a step-sister Pauline Weary.  Ross was a grown man serving in the military when Pauline was born.  Nancy died years ago.  See you later, Uncle Ross.  Your niece, Judy

Judy Meck Aug 22 2017 12:00 AM