David C. Stouffer

David C. Stouffer, 67, of Shippensburg, passed away Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021, at UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle.

He was born Thursday, Aug. 19, 1954, in Chambersburg, the son of the late Charles A. and Lois J. (Palmer) Stouffer.

Dave attended Shippensburg Area Senior High School. He owned and operated Stouffer’s Auto Service on Orrstown Road for 45 years. He attended Scotland U.M. Church and was a member of Pleasant Hall Fire Co. and Lurgan Lions Club. He also drove for the Amish community.

Dave will be remembered as a kind, loving person, who always made you laugh.

He is survived by longtime companion of 32 years, Kathy V. Mahon. He is also survived by one stepdaughter, Amy Mahon-Stillwagon and husband, Ken, of Chambersburg; one stepson, Chip Mahon and wife, Lori, of Shippensburg; grandchildren, Shawn McMillen and wife, Jamie, Amber Mahon and extra-special great-grandchildren, Charlee and Ellee McMillen; nephew, Michael Stouffer; nieces Amanda (Stouffer) Wagaman and Cara Reasner; and one sister, Mary L. Agnew of Fayetteville.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Tommy Stouffer, and granddaughter, Tiffany L. McMillen. 

Professional services are entrusted to Dugan Funeral Home and Crematory Inc., 51 Asper Drive, Shippensburg.

Funeral services were held at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 19, 2021, at Dugan Funeral Home and Crematory. Rev. William Smith officiated. A viewing was held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Memorial contributions may be made to Pleasant Hall Fire Co., P.O. Box 115, Pleasant Hall, Pa. 17246.

Friends may express online condolences at: DuganFH.com.

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