Margaret "Molly" E. Strohl, 88, of Mahoning Valley entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, August 4, peacefully, with family by her side. She was the wife of the late George C. Strohl and the companion of Anthony Cammaroto for the past 15 years. Born in Lehighton, she was the daughter of the late Harry & Ruth (Henry) Eisenhower. She worked in the garment industry for 35 years, begining at the Hofford Silk Mill in the 1950's. She graduated from the Allentown School of Cosmetology in 1992 and was a licensed cosmetologist for many years. Molly most enjoyed spending time with her family every day. She enjoyed listening to her favorite "Irish Tenors" CD's, crocheting, sitting with Tony at Mauch Chunk Lake, swimming, swinging on her backyard swing, and watching her favorite TV shows, "Naked & Afraid", & "90 Day Fiance". She was famous for her marvelous beef roasts and her Black Midnight Cake. Molly's high spirited bubbly personality and positive energy were contagious and brought pleasantry and humor into the lives of all. Molly was of the Christian Faith and a firm believer in the after life in Heaven. She is survived by her 2 daughters, Stephanie, wife of Ernest Miller of Lehighton, Tami, wife of Wes Miller of Northampton, a son, George C. Strohl Jr. of Lehighton, 5 grandchildren, Kimberly, wife of Jonathan Sterling, Misty, wife of Matthew Kershner of Lehighton, Larry Weaver Jr. & his wife Allie of Wind Gap, & Bobbi-Jo Strohl & George Strohl III of Lehighton, 5 Great-grandchildren, Lily, Lyla, Lancy, Jacob & Gauge Kershner, 4 sisters, Jean Litchauer, Charlotte Skrabak, Jeanette Strausberger, Linda Obert & many nieces & nephews.She is also survived by her best friend Bettie, who she spoke to daily, and "The Girls", Susie, Arlene, Alice & Sandy whom she spent many shore excursions with & also her canine love, Leonard. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Cheryl, 2 brothers, Harry & Glenn Eisenhower, and a Great-grandson, Noah Matthew Kershner. As per Molly's wishes, there will be a private celebration of life with her children & grandchildren. Tha family would like to express gratitude to all the staff and doctors at St. Luke's Lehighton for their dedication to providing the highest quality of care for the past 5 weeks. Donations in Molly's memory can be sent to Peaceable Kingdom, 1049 MacArthur Rd., Whitehall, Pa. 18052 or the Carbon County Animal Shelter, 63 Broad St., Nesquehoning, Pa. 18240. Online condolences can be offered at www.ovsakfh
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