Molly R. Shomo

Molly R. Shomo, age 87, of Akron, PA died peacefully in her home on Monday January 22nd, 2024. She was born February 1st, 1936, to the late Arthur and Flora (Kilby) Wood.  

Molly graduated from McCaskey High School in the class of 1954. She was an employee of the former Schick Corporation and Victor Weaver where she was the Credit Union Manager. In her younger years you could find Molly boating, fishing, bowling, or on the dance floor doing the Jitterbug. Molly most recently enjoyed playing board games with her many friends and grandkids, they will all agree she had a competitive spirit that always made for a fun time. She was well known and loved by all.  

Molly is survived by her sister Freda Myers of Laurel, MS; her daughter Vickie (Steve) Bowman of Ephrata, PA; her son R. Duke (Cindy A) Shomo of Millsboro, DE; her grandchildren Tana (Ron) Flores and Paige (Kyle) Brkopac; her six great grandchildren and her companion of 3 years, Bob Henderson.  

In addition to her parents, Molly was preceded in death by her husband of 64 years Robert E. Shomo and her grandson Travis Shomo. 

A private ceremony will be held at a later date. 

Cremation Services of Lancaster – 717-cremate

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  • Vickie and family. Duke and Cindy. Your Mom was very special to many people. Reinhart’s have many fond memories since childhood.
    Take care and memories will carry you throughout the days.

  • I have very fond memories of Molly going back to my childhood. She was always sweet, kind, and her positive vigor was contagious and catching. Sending love and sympathies to her family. She will be sorely missed.

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