Angel L. (Lorson) McLaughlin

JERSEY SHORE - Angel L. (Lorson) McLaughlin, 46, of Jersey Shore, died Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Gatehouse; Divine Providence Hospital, Williamsport, surrounded by her family.

Angel was born in Lock Haven on May 3, 1973,  the daughter of John L. and Ellen (Zener) Lorson of South Williamsport. She graduated from Jersey Shore High School in 1991 then attended Penn College. She transferred to Mansfield Police Academy and eventually became employed by the Montgomery Police Department as a part-time officer. She also worked as a full-time emergency room technician for 12 years.

She later left her job in the emergency room and went on to become a full-time police officer at Lock Haven University while remaining a part-time position with the Montgomery Police Deptartment.

Being a true public servant, she had also volunteered at elderly homes, was an EMT in Jersey Shore, volunteered with the Citizens Hose Fire Company, provided home health care, worked at the Williamsport Hospital as a nurse’s aide and at the DUI Center.

She loved her sons, her granddaughter, family and dearest friends as well as her police family, and Starbucks. She was a member at Crossroads Church and loved both her church family and God.

She enjoyed camping, boating and the outdoors.

In addition to her parents, Angel is survived by two sons, Dalton J. McLaughlin of Rauchtown and Collin H. McLaughlin of Jersey Shore; by one granddaughter, Emberlynn Sky McLaughlin; one brother, Jeffery Rhinehart (Darlene) of Mill Hall; and one nephew, Devon Rhinehart.

There will be a public viewing from 9–11 a.m. Saturday, June 8, 2019, at the Crossroads Church, 1454 PA 44, Jersey Shore. The  celebration of life service will begin at 11 a.m. with Pastor Booker Riddick officiating.

Burial will follow in the Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Jacks Hollow Rd., Williamsport, with Father Bert Kozen officiating. Police honors will also be performed.

Arrangements are being handled by the Rearick Carpenter Funeral Home, 1002 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Rearick Carpenter Funeral Home, via the website, to help with funeral expenses.

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