Jeri L. Breniser

  • Born: September 13, 1953
  • Died: March 6, 2017
  • Location: Conestoga, Pennsylvania

Porterfield-Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, Ltd.

890 Isabel Drive
James A. Porterfield, Supervisor
Lebanon, PA 17042

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Tel. (717) 272-4634

Tribute & Message From The Family


Jeri L. Breniser, 63, of Conestoga, formerly of New Providence was peacefully ushered into her eternal home after a long and extremely faught illness on Monday afternoon, March 6, 2017 at Hospice and Community Care, Mount Joy with her adoring family by her bedside. Born on September 13, 1953 in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late John L. "Jack" Yoder and Loretta D. Moss Yoder. Jeri was the beloved wife of Glenn W. Breniser with who she shared 45 years of marriage.
Jeri graduated from JP McCaskey High School. Jeri worked for APEX Asset Management as a debt collector for over 20 years, most recently working part time. She was still working as of 3 weeks ago. She loved having more free time and spending it with her family. She enjoyed traveling to the Outer Banks and Savannah, GA. Nothing gave Jeri more pleasure than being with her grandsons, whether it be talking, playing games, baking her infamous cupcakes, family vacations or being their biggest supporter, she loved them all. She will be missed, but her legacy will love on through the memories and traditions she established with her family.
Jeri will be deeply missed by her husband, Glenn; mother, Loretta of Conestoga; daughters, Nicole L., wife of Kevin R. Hostetter and Stacie G., wife of Demetrius B. Dixon, both of Conestoga; the lights of her life, her grandsons; Demetrius, Dayonte and Dashawn Dixon, Jackson, Isaac, Tyler, and Parker Hostetter. She is also survived by her sister, Dianna wife of Edward Howell and brother, Alexander Yoder, both of Conestoga. She was preceded in death by her infant grandson, Kevin M. Hostetter.
Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend Jeri's funeral service on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 11AM from Melanie B. Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, The Gundel Chapel, 3225 Main Street, Conestoga, PA with Pastor Marvin Weaver officiating. Friends will be received at the funeral home on Thursday from 10 to 11AM. Please omit flowers, memorial remembrances may be made in Jeri's memory to Hospice & Community Care. For other information please call 717-872-1779 or to submit an online condolence visit www.thegundelchapel.com.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

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As I prepare for one last visit with you Jeri, I realize just how lucky we all were to have had you in our lives. The sacrifices you've made, your giving nature...it goes without saying that the family you now leave behind is a testament to the wonderful woman you were. They are so special and I love them all so so much. I just pray that I can help provide them strength as they surely will need it moving forward without you here. May you rest well knowing you are so loved...and always will be...
XOXO - Kim and family

Posted by Kimberlee Murray - Millersville, PA - friend   March 16, 2017

What a lovely tribute to your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Kevin and the boys.

Posted by Sherry Amspacher - Leola, PA - coworker   March 10, 2017

You will be dearly missed! I will never forget the memories through the years we share.. Your more family to me then anything..I love you!! My prayers are with the family in this trying time.

Posted by Valerie Saez - FL - friend   March 10, 2017

Posted by Valerie Saez - Spring hill, FL - friend   March 10, 2017

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Jeri, you may be gone but you will never be forgotten, we had many memories growing up together.Give Nanny and pop-pop a big hug for me. I love you.

Posted by Linda Boone - Lancaster, PA - Family   March 07, 2017

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Glen, Stacie, Dee, Nicole, Kevin and all of the boys-
Mike and I were so sorry to hear of Jeri's passing. She suffered a long time and now she's at peace and I hope you all can be also.
She did so much for you all through your lives and it was great that you could give back to her at the end of her life. We'll always remember her spectacular cakes for birthdays, graduations, etc. They were a labor of love and I know she was deeply disappointed when she could no longer do them.
We all have our ups and downs with our mothers, but there is a hole in our heart when they're gone.
Give each other comfort now but more importantly when memories flood back and someone is having a tough day, be there for each other.
Nicole and Stacie, I know that you have always supported each other and will continue to stand strong, you both have wonderful families.
We Love you!
Mike and Kathy

Posted by Kathy Murray - New Providence, PA - Friend   March 07, 2017