Anne Caroline

Schwanke Augenstein, 80,

of 614 High St., Youngs

ville, went home to be with

her Lord, Saturday, June

22, 2013 at the John and

Orpha Blair Hospice House

in Warren.

Anne was born April 27,

1933 in Warren, a daughter

to the late Otto and Laura

(Dunkle) Schwanke, and

was a Youngsville resident

all her life. She was a gra

duate of Youngsville High

School and worked for

many years at REA Corp.

Later she was the manager

and florist at the former

Country Garden Flower

Shop in Youngsville for 18

years. She was a current

member of the First United

Methodist Church in

Youngsville and a 53 year

member of the Evangelical

United Methodist Church

in Youngsville. Over the

years, Anne taught Sunday

School and Vacation Bible

School and worked on

many church committees.

Anne will be remem

bered as a kind, caring wife,

mother, grandmother, and

friend who prayed for

everyone. She loved the

Lord and singing the

hymns of the church. Anne

loved to laugh and always

found the best on everyone.

Anne is survived by her

loving husband of 55 years

Wilbur Weston “Wes” Au

genstein, her 2 children,

Eric (Melanie) Augenstein

of Tidioute, and Laurie

(Eric) Burkholder of Cham

bersburg, Pa. Anne loved

her grandchildren, Alea

Burkholder, Nathan, Haelli,

Mitchell and Hannah Au

genstein. Also surviving

are her brothers, Tom

(Melanie) Augenstein and

David (Nancy) Schwanke,

both of Pittsfield, her sister

Cherri (Alan) Watson of

Youngsville and all of her

nieces and nephews who

were very dear to her.

In addition to her

parents, she was preceded

in death by a sister Jeannie


Friends will be received

on Wednesday from 47

p.m. at the Nelson Funeral

Home & Cremation Ser

vices, 314 N. Main St. in

Youngsville. Also for one

hour before a funeral ser

vice that will be held on

Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at

the EUM Church, 2nd St. in

Youngsville with the Rev.

Seth McClymond, pastor of

the First United Methodist

Church officiating. Burial

will follow in Warren Co.

Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers,

memorial donations may be

made to Hospice of Warren

Co., 2 Crescent St., Warren,

Pa. 16365.

Condolences to the fam

ily may be made at