Burnell "Ben" Amos Dellinger
was born on 12 August 1916. He was the son of Curvin Marcellus Dellinger
and Cora B. Oberlander
. He married Anna S. Dietz
at York, York Co., Pennsylvania
, on 25 August 1939. Burnell "Ben" Amos Dellinger married Martha A. Steiner
. Burnell "Ben" Amos Dellinger died on 14 January 1990 at Memorial Hospital, York, York Co., Pennsylvania
, at age 73. He was New Tag Obituary from the 15 Jan 1990 York Daily Record:
"Burnell A. Dellinger
HALLAM - Burnell 'Ben' A. Dellinger, 73, of 144 S. Prospect St., died Sunday morning at Memorial Hospital, York. He was the husband of the late Anna S. (Dietz) Dellinger and of the late Martha A. (Steiner) Dellinger.
The service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Faith United Methodist Church, 128 E. Market St. Burial will be in Mount Rose Cemetery, York. Viewing will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Etzweiler Funeral Home, Inc., 700 Hellam St., Wrightsville. Memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association York County Council, 301 E. Market St., York, 17403; or to Faith United Methodist Church, 128 E. Market St. Hallam, 17406.
Mr. Dellinger was born in Wrightsville. He was the son of the late Curvin M. and Cora R. (Overlander) Dellinger.
He retired from Duplex Products Co., and previously for 23 years was employed by New York Wire Co. He was a member of Faith United Methodist Church, of Hallam Fire Company, of Home Association of Veterans of Foreign Wars Kreutz Creek Valley Post 7045, of Loyal Order of the Moose York Lodge 148, and was Scoutmaster for 14 years with Explorer Post 49.
Mr. Dellinger is survivied by two sons, James T. Dellinger and Donald E. Dellinger, both of Hallam, three daughters, Peggy Ann Dellinger of York, Susan E. Leiphart of York RD 11, and Cathy J. Marker of York; a step daughter, Carol Farrell of Ohio; 10 grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; two step-grandsons; two brothers, Levere Dellinger, of Mount Wolf and Sterling Dellinger of Wrightsville; and a half brother, Harry Dellinger of Bedford, Texas.
Officiating at the service will be his pastor, the Rev. John L. Kurtz."
On 15 January 1990 at York Co., Pennsylvania