Lori Hutchinson Obituary, Death – At the time of her passing, Lori A. Hutchinson was 56 years old. She passed away at her home in Mifflin on Sunday, March 26, 2023 at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon. Her age at death was 56. Her mother, Anna (Slagle), gave birth to her, and her father, James Hutchinson, who had already died away by the time she was born. She is the child of her parents. On June 28, 1966, she came into this world in Lewistown, which is situated in Mifflin County. The day was also significant since it was her birthday.
She is survived by her mother, as well as her three children, Byron “BJ” Milliken and his wife Tabitha of Beavertown, Brandon “Bo” Milliken of Lewistown, and Bronda Milliken and her companion John Horan of Mifflintown; her three grandchildren, Bethany Milliken, Daphne Greth, and Clara Milliken; and her companion, Daniel Freet. Additionally, she is survived by her companion, Daniel Freet. Also, she is survived by the person she shared her life with, Daniel Freet. Her mother is still still with us now, in addition to her. Her young son, Brenton Milliken, and her sister, Brenda Hutchinson, both went away before she did.
She was the last of her family members to pass away. They were both considered to have passed away before she did. Her father was one of her loved ones who had before her in death, along with a number of other family members and friends. Ms. Hutchinson attended Juniata High School in Mifflintown for her secondary schooling and graduated from there in 1984. Mifflintown is located in Pennsylvania. One of her prior employment, before she was promoted to her present position, was working as a caregiver for Skills of Central Pennsylvania.
She has since moved up in the organization. Her commitment to the community extends over 25 years, during which she served as an emergency medical technician (EMT) with Central Juniata EMS in Mifflintown and Lack-Tuscarora EMS in East Waterford between the years 1993 and 2018. Her tenure with these two organizations spanned the years 1993–2018. During this time period, she was an active participant in both of these groups. In addition to that, she was a volunteer fireman with the Beale Township Fire Company No. 5, which she joined in the year 1993.
She served the company as a firefighter for a number of years. Both the time she got to spend with her three grandchildren and the time she got to spend going out to dance clubs were very important to her. She treasured both of these opportunities equally. Brown Funeral Homes, Inc., which can be found at 100 Bridge Street in Mifflintown, will be the location of the funeral services that will take place on Friday, March 31, 2023 at noon. These ceremonies will begin at 12:00 p.m. The burial will take place in the McCullochs Mills Cemetery in Honey Grove after the end of the funeral rituals there.