Jean M. Neiderer
06/21/1945 - 05/08/2020
Jean M. Neiderer, 74, of Littlestown, entered into God’s eternal care on Friday, May 8, 2020 at UPMC Hanover Hospital. Born June 21, 1945 in Black Pool, England, she was the daughter of Theron and Bertha (Eva) Gouker. Jeannie was a professional bartender and worked at PUB 217 and American Legion both in Littlestown. She was a member of Littlestown American Legion, McSherrystown Moose and Hanover Republican Club. Jeannie enjoyed listening to music, cooking and spending time with her friends and family, especially her grandchildren. Surviving are two sons, Douglas Neiderer and companion Jessica Martin of Abbottstown and Sean Neiderer and fiancé Gina Freeman Barnhart of Hanover; five grandchildren, Christina, Amanda, Shayne, Kasey and Mason; two siblings, James Gouker of Hanover and Barbara Getman and husband Robert of NH. She was preceded in death by a son Randy Neiderer and a grandson Justin Neiderer. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a private service and burial will be held at a later date. Contributions in memory of Jeannie may be made to American Legion, 510 E. King Street, Littlestown, PA 17340.
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Posted at:05/10/2020 12:12 pm
Doug &amp; Tammy Hoffman
Sympathy &amp; prayers to the family. R.I.P Jeanie!
Posted at:05/10/2020 4:04 pm
Aunt Jeanie was one of my favorite people. She and I had long conversations about tolerance, friendship and trying to be a good, helping person in this world. She was all of those things and more. I have met few people that have rivaled her generosity, spirit and unapologetic honesty. My family will miss her greatly. She was one of the good ones, one of the wild ones, one of the real ones. Love you, Aunt Jeanie.
Posted at:05/11/2020 12:12 pm
Dolores E. Beard
Prayers and sympathy to the family. She was along time friend from school. We had lots of laughs together.
Posted at:05/14/2020 11:11 am
I knew Jeanie from the American Legion. We had a running practice going in that she would buy some of my Golden Dollars in addition to the Golden Dollars I left for tips in order to save up for something in particular. She was a wonderful lady and definitely will be missed. RIP Jeanie.