Tanya Glosenger

Tanya Glosenger

Tanya Glosenger was born in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania to Russell and Anna Danchak on April 9th, 1941. She was a loving mother to Kara Lafferty and William R. Glosenger. Tanya and her husband, William M. Glosenger, raised their children in Cinnaminson, NJ.
She graduated from Bloomsburg College and went on to become a well respected teacher in the Mount Laurel Township School District. Tanya taught there for 44 years and was known for her love of dogs, her sense of humor, her tough love attitude, and for always speaking her mind.
Some of her hobbies included walking her dogs, drinking decaf coffee, reading, and watching college football. She also enjoyed going out to lunch with her friends and one of her favorite foods was burnt toast.
Tanya especially loved spending time with her family, going to church, and reading her prayer books right beside her dog.
She is survived by her husband of 54 years, William M. Glosenger, her children, Kara and Bill (Desiree), and her granddaughters’, Kaeleigh, Anna, and Abby.
A private service will be held celebrating 80 wonderful years


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