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Martha A. Otto

            Martha A. Otto, of Sellersville, PA, passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2022

at her home.  She was 90.  She was the wife of the late David P. Otto, who died on June 24, 2010.

            Born in Green Lane, PA, she was the daughter of the late Harry Edward and Edith Idella (Heebner) Imbody.  She was a 1950 graduate of East Greenville High School.

            A homemaker, Martha was a dedicated and active member of the Pennridge community.  She was a 46 year member of the Grand View Hospital Auxiliary, where she was Past President as well as several other offices.  Active in the Corner Cupboard Gift Shop, she was instrumental in starting the Grand View Hospital Recovery Room Thrift Shop.  She was active with the Grand View Hospital Golf Tournament for over 40 years and will always be remembered for supplying the "Meyers Apple Dumplings" for the tournaments.  She also played key roles in the many Galas and fundraising events.

             She was awarded the Auxilian of the Year Award in 1998, the Jem Bowen Award in 2005, and the Brian Fitzpatrick Service Award, recognizing her work with the golf tournament and the Auxiliaries invaluable service to the community.  She was also awarded the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award for her 45 years of Outstanding Contributions to the Auxiliary and Grand View Health Foundation.

            Martha was a lifetime member of the West Rockhill Historical Society, a founding member of the Sassy Lassies Red Hat Chapter and a past member of the West Rockhill Park and Recs Board.  She worked the Election Polls in West Rockhill Township for 46 years.

            She had a love of music and enjoyed going to concerts and shows.  She loved to travel, especially to Florida, Ireland and Europe.  She also had a love of baseball, having season tickets for the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, including the 2021 season.

            She is survived by a son, Douglas Imbody and his wife Katrina, of Sellersville; 3 grandchildren, Justin E. Imbody and his wife Jessica A., of Sellersville, Alexandra J Imbody and her husband Bradley A. Davis, of Quakertown, PA and Jessica R. Imbody, of Levittown, PA and seven great grandchildren, Brianna and Brendon Horne, Hayden Imbody, Hunter Davis,  Marlie Davis, Rylee Imbody and Madyline Davis.  In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Deborah Kay Sharp on May 18, 2000.

            A Celebration of Life will be scheduled at a later date.

            In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Grand View Health Foundation, 700 Lawn Ave., Sellersville, PA  18960.

            Arrangements are by the Bernard Suess Funeral Home, Inc., Perkasie, PA.






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