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Loretta Mae Kretzer

Loretta Mae Kretzer

November 13, 1942 - September 27, 2019

Loretta Mae Kretzer, 76, of Hagerstown MD passed away peacefully on Friday September 27, 2019 at Doey's House, under Hospice care and surrounded by family. She was the wife of the late Harold Kretzer, who preceded her in death in 2014. <br /> <br /> Born November 13, 1942 in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late William Wagonhoffer and Mary (Jones) Kershner. <br /> <br /> She was formerly employed by Hagerstown Paint & Glass. <br /> <br /> Loretta is survived by two sons, Roy Speaker and his wife Melody of Hagerstown, Jeff Exum and his wife Valerie of Middle River MD; three daughters, Kay Lapole of Hagerstown, Jennifer Lynch and her husband Kris of Lansdale, PA , Alison Hendershot and her husband Eric of Skippack PA ; five grandsons, David Lapole Jr, , Damian Lynch, Justin Lynch, Sean Hendershot and Rico Exum; four granddaughters, Brianna Lapole, Jessica Quinones, Shannon Quinones-Carey and husband Clif, and Megan Exum; three great-grandchildren, Brenton Lapole, Caydence Carey, and Hazel Lynch; one brother William Wagonhoffer; one sister Shirley Hoffman; and one niece Terria Deloso and her daughter Brittany Deloso. <br /> <br /> In addition to her husband and parents she was preceded in death by two sisters Marie (Pod) Hudspith and Catherine (Cissy) Twyman, granddaughter Alexis Speaker, and her beloved cat Toby. <br /> <br /> Arrangements will be private, at the convenience of the family. <br /> <br /> Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Washington County 747 Northern Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21742 and/or Doey's House 11370 Caring Pathway Ln, Hagerstown, MD 21742 <br /> <br /> Online condolences may be expressed at

Services by
Harman Funeral Home

305 N Potomac St, Hagerstown

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