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Georgia Mohrey

Georgia L. Mohrey, 91, of Slatington, formerly of Cherryville, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2020 at St. Luke’s Hospital, Allentown.    She was the wife of the late Charles “Bud” Mohrey, who passed away in 1992.

Born in Lehighton on February 27, 1929, she was the daughter of the late Roy Sr. and Edna (Iffert) Geiger.   A member of the ILGWU, Georgia worked as a floor lady for the formers DeVille’s Factory, Danielsville.

An active member of Hope Lutheran Church, Cherryville, she participated in Bible Study, prayer groups, evangelism committee, vacation bible school, stewardship committee, was a Eucharistic minister, and former choir member.

She is survived by brothers: Edward Geiger, Sr. and wife Karen, Roy Geiger, Jr. and wife Mary; sister: Carol Easterly; numerous nieces & nephews and extended family members.   Georgia was pre-deceased by sisters Marion Reed, Mary Christman, Kathryn Geiger.

Services will be privately held at this time, with a public memorial to be announced at a later date.   Arrangements are under the care of Harding Funeral Home, Slatington.  In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in her name to Hope Lutheran Church, 4131 Lehigh Drive, Cherryville PA 18035

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Aunt Georgia,  being your first born nephew and niece on the Geiger side, BillyBoy and Nancy, we will miss you, but we do have all of our memories of you and uncle Bud in our hearts, with us forever.  Say hi to our mom and dad, & grandma and pop-pop !!  R.I.P.

Nancy Ketchledge & Billy ReedJr Mar 19 2020 12:00 AM

Deepest to the family of Georgia mohrey

Carol Gross Mar 18 2020 12:00 AM

As a long-time friend of Georgia, I offer my sincere sympathy to family and fellow friends of Georgia.  To me, she was and always will remain "Hope's Prayer Warrior".  She was a woman of great faith and a wide understanding of the Bible.  We have shared many stories throughout the years of how our Lord has intervened in her (and Bud's) lives, as well as in my own life.  It was in the late 80's/early 90's when she gave up wearing heels and she generously blessed me with her Mason navy and black heels to compliment the suits or dresses I wore to the office daily.  They were the most comfortable heels ever!  And she also gave me a beautiful fur coat that Bud had given her as a gift.  It was purchased at Hess Brothers in Allentown.  Years ago this fur was donated to Lehigh Township Historical Society in Georgia's name.  Anyone who has loved Georgia knows that at times she could be a real "pistol", but we all loved her just the same because in our hearts we knew she loved us too and kept us in prayer each and every day of her life.  So...with all this said, rest in peace, Georgia!  You are at last with the Lord you've cherished and worshipped!!!  Linda Sidor and Mother, Kathryn Strohl and families

linjah52@hotmail.com Mar 18 2020 12:00 AM

I love you Aunt Georgia. You are my inspiration of what a Godly women is to look like. I know heaven is rejoicing. Till we meet again Love you , Sandy

Sandy Geiger Williams Mar 17 2020 12:00 AM