| August/September 1991

C. EVERETT YOUNG, 66, of Kinzers, Pennsylvania, died April 24th at Lancaster General Hospital after a brief illness.

Young was self-employed in boiler repair and service. Earlier, he was vice president of the Arthur S. Young Company. After retirement, he worked part time at ABC Groff Inc., New Holland.

He and his wife, Mildred Sheaffer Young, observed their 43rd wedding anniversary October 18. Born in Salisbury Township, he was the son of the late Arthur S. and Luetta M. Sheaffer Young. He belonged to Leacock Presbyterian Church of Paradise, where he was an elder and trustee.

Young was past president and director of the Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association of Kinzers. He was past president of the Paradise Township Lions Club, a former fire chief and past president of the Kinzers Fire Company, and vice president of the Firemens' Relief Association of Paradise Township.

He served in the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II.

Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Dale Arthur of Lancaster and Scott Everett of Kinzers; two daughters, Brenda Sue, wife of William A. Grager Jr. of Strasburg, and Kathleen Jane, wife of Douglas L. Goss of Willow Street; two sisters, Jane E., wife of E. Herman Brackbill of Leola, and Nancy L., wife of Ray M. Young of Peach Bottom; and eight grandchildren.