Ken W. “Frosty” Scholz

Ken W. “Frosty” Scholz, 78 of Conestoga, passed away on Thursday, May 8, 2014, at Brereton Manor, Washington Boro.

He was born in Newark, New Jersey, a son of the late Kurt W. and Louisa Scholz.

He retired from Armstrong World Industries. Having lived most of his life in Manor Township, he was a man of great faith having been extremely charitable. He enjoyed working on his farm raising cattle of which he donated the beef to local charities and families.

Surviving are a sister and her husband, Karen and William C. Fry of Lancaster; nephews William C. Fry Jr. of Lancaster and Jonathan D. Fry (Desa) of Millersville; nieces Barbara Scheutrumpf (Neil) of Lancaster, Annette Schulte of Placentia, CA and Kimberly Scholz of Jackson Hole, WY. He was preceded in death by a brother, Kurt W. Scholz Jr.

Thanks Frosty for investing in so many lives. Your generosity was a blessing.

Thanks to the staff of Brereton Manor and Hospice For All Seasons for the loving care given to Ken.

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  • Just a note to say that we extend our sympathy to you at this time, in your loss of a special brother “Frosty”. We never met him personally, but spoke with him numerous times on the phone. We helped to distribute chicken & hot dogs to families in need. He touched many lives, and brought hope to them, when they could not find their way. The smiles on peoples faces said it all! May the Love, that Frosty passed on to others never end.

  • Frosty was a man who was willing to sacrifice his needs, so that he could meet the needs of others. He had a heart for practically meeting the needs of families with his donations of meat through the years, and delighted in reading letters from them. You truly had the heart of a servant. You were a blessing to many who never knew you. Thank you Frosty for your generosity, encouragement, and caring spirit.

  • Uncle Kenny is someone I’d consider an “Everyday Hero.” He did the right thing, supported people and animals, and never wanted or expected to be recognized for his faith and his actions. RIP, Uncle Ken. I hope you’re playing ball.

  • Uncle Kenny was a man of great faith and a large heart. He loved God and his family and always gave all he had to help others and hid family. Since I could remember he supported many orphans and the under privileged. He wrote the most descriptive letters with feeling and thought about whom he was writing to. He was always in our thoughts and prayers even thought there were many miles between us. He took me fishing when I was 4 and showed me how to drive a tractor, he taught me how to have great faith in troubled times. RIP Uncle.

  • We enjoyed talking to Frosty at McDonalds on Sat. and Sunday Mornings at breakfast we usually sat across from him he was a very nice man and you could tell he was very caring. he would talk about his family at times.

    You have our Sympathy
    Mr and Mrs McComsey

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