In Memory of

Brenda

E.

Pennypacker

(Rundle)

Obituary for Brenda E. Pennypacker (Rundle)

Brenda E. Pennypacker, 101, of Nazareth, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 8, 2022. She was the wife of the late Ralph Agoglia who passed in 1975. She was also the wife of the late Donald Pennypacker who died in 1986. Born in Camberwell, London, England, she was the daughter of the late Frederick John and Susanna Dora (Sutton) Rundle. Brenda was a war bride, meeting Ralph in England while he was stationed there. She came here and they were married in Brooklyn, NY in 1946. She became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1951. She had a love of traveling and visited England, Spain, France, Greece, Santorini, Turkey, Israel, Bermuda, Argentina, Venezuela, Kenya, and South Africa. She longed to go to Antarctica, but only managed six of the seven continents. She was always an active person. In her younger years, she enjoyed ice skating, and bowling, and she always loved to dance. She continued walking into her last years. Brenda was also an avid Bridge player. She loved dogs and very much enjoyed therapy and support dog visits to the facility where she lived. She charmed others with her English accent and her wonderful smile. She also had a sincere love of nature and was especially fond of the springtime with all of its bright blooms.

Brenda is survived by her daughter, Susan, widow of Boris Ivovich of Seven Valleys, PA; and her grandchildren: Daniel Ivovich and his wife, Nicole, and Andrew Ivovich and his partner, Stephen. She was predeceased by all of her siblings: Harold, Gladys, Ida, Edna, Cyril, Stanley, Margaret, and Douglas.

Brenda chose to donate her body for the continuation of medical knowledge through the Humanities Gifts Registry, so there will be no visitations or services scheduled at this time.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to The Seeing Eye, P.O. Box 375, Morristown, NJ 07963-0375

Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Hellertown is in charge of her arrangements. To offer online condolences, or make an online donation, visit her "Book of Memories" at falkfuneralhomes.com.