Stanley Lore Obituary, Death – Stanley E. “Pete” Lore, who had spent the majority of his life in Muncy and had attained the age of 89 at the time of his death, passed away there on May 18, 2023. He had lived there for the majority of his life. He had spent the better part of his life living there as a permanent resident. He was a local boy through and through, having lived the better part of his life in the vicinity.
When he breathed his last breaths and passed away, the members of both of his families who were closest to him in terms of affection and care were gathered at his bedside. Earlier on that day, he had received word of a call to report to his heavenly abode in order to be with his Lord and Saviour there. This call had come earlier in the day. This occurrence had already taken place earlier on that day. The questioned occurrence had occurred earlier in the day when the day was still young.
When it was first received earlier in the day, the reminder that this visit was necessary had already arrived earlier in the day. LaRue and Edna (Hunsinger) Lore welcomed their first child, a son, into the world in the wee hours of the morning on January 17, 1934, in the Unityville community. The newborn was brought into the world in the wee hours of the morning. The delivery was made in Unityville, which was the location of the place where it took place. Sadly, neither of his parents were still living when he was born because they had both passed away before he was born. When he was born, he had no parents to call his own. When he was born, neither of his parents were still living; they had both passed away before his birth.