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Stanley M. Olejniczak, 69, passed away on January 27, 2021 at Penn Presbyterian Hospital. He is survived by his wife Carol Miller, step-son Ryan Miller, brother Dennis Olejniczak, sister-in-law Laura Olejniczak, brother-in-law Christopher Schwamb, nephew Carl Oleniczak and his wife Kristen and their children Cora and Carter, nephew Kyle Olejniczak, nephew-in-law Ben Schwamb and countless treasured friends.

After working as a co-op student at Veda Inc. for five years in the early 1970s, Stanley graduated from Drexel University, 1974, BSEE, (accordion playing made that possible). Stanley continued his career with Veda, and subsequent companies that acquired Veda, for 36 years as a Navy contractor. During his career as an aircraft systems and human systems engineer he provided support to a wide range of Naval aircraft directly to the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). Stanley also served as a consultant to NAVAIR and the Boeing corporation on highly advanced Unmanned Ariel Vehicle (UAV) systems development.

Aside from a successful career, Stanley was afforded the opportunity to travel, and was fortunate to have a cast of characters in his life; his Band of Brothers . . . The Crew. More than anything his decades long friendships were his most treasured possession even when distance kept them apart. It was always obvious when Stan was in the room or on the dance floor. Stan had his own vocabulary which his family and friends grew to understand and use themselves; despite it not being dictionary worthy. Traveling with Stan was always an adventure. He spent countless hours “engineering” the most perfect use of time, logging pages and pages of notes, finding the not so popular and quirky attractions, and of course, ensuring the most bang for the buck. The old cliché a “A Life Well Lived” does apply to Stan. But more so his was a “A Life Well Laughed.” Stanley proudly embraced his Polish heritage and often attributed his quirks to his heritage. Stanley was one of a kind and will be deeply missed.

Winnifred Beatrice Wright Bossard, was born on March 30th, 1939 to the union of Winifred (Champion) Wright and Samuel Oscar Wright Jr. in Camden, South Carolina. She was their second born of their two daughters. Winnie departed this life on January 18th, 2021, at Christiana Care Hospice & Palliative Care, in Wilmington, Delaware.

Raised in the United Methodist tradition, Winnie attended Trinity United Methodist Church in Camden, South Carolina, from an early age and into young adulthood. She attended Jackson Elementary School and then went on to attend and graduate from the prestigious Boylan-Haven Mather Academy in 1956. She advanced her education and graduated from South Carolina State College in Orangeburg, South Carolina, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Business and Secretarial Studies. This put her well on her path of becoming an extraordinary Administrative Assistant and Secretary. We believe she did her student teaching in Denmark, South Carolina and met her future husband, Belasco J. Bossard, “Jack”, during that time.

Winnie and Jack were married on December 21st, 1962, in Camden, South Carolina, and both were employed at Mather Academy. Jack was the basketball coach and taught Science and Physical Education, while Winnie was the Typing and Shorthand teacher. After a few years of teaching at Mather, the couple, along with their first-born son, moved to Lamar, South Carolina, and continued teaching in the school system there. Lamar was a rural town known for producing tobacco, corn, cotton and the Klan. Despite the risk, Winnie and another teacher volunteered to go from home to home of the black tenant farmers to stress the importance of sending their children to school to get an education instead of keeping them at home to harvest crops. By 1967, their second son was born, and with little change in the socio-economic structure in the South, Jack and Winnie were open to consider other options. So, in June of 1969, the family relocated to Dover, Delaware.

Winnie was a devoted mother, loving wife, loyal friend and good neighbor. She quickly adjusted to life in Delaware. She and Jack were well known in the Dover Community. Winnie enjoyed traveling to sporting events, family gatherings, chats with friends, reading, and as a member of Whatcoat United Methodist Church, she managed the newsletter, under the leadership of Reverend Alice J. Ervin and was the Assistant Secretary for the Trustees Board. Winnie was also a Board Member of the Harvest House. She enjoyed taking on leadership roles for initiatives she cared deeply about.

Winnie was employed by the Capital School District and transitioned from being in the classroom to an office position in Administration. She retired after 30 years of dedicated service. Those who knew her understood her love of life, family, and football. Both of her sons played college football, so for eight years, on any given Saturday in the Fall, you would find Winnie traveling to a game. The habit continued as her grandsons played sports too, football, baseball, karate, soccer and lacrosse. In 1977, Winnie, one of the “Lucky 11 of 77” was initiated into the Dover Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Her older sister Beck was present at her initiation ceremony.

In 1979, Winnie welcomed her niece Jackie into Delta land and the legacy continued when her niece, Vanessa, pledged in 1995. Winnie was a Golden Life Member. She served on many committees. As a breast cancer survivor, she was dedicated to the success of the Relay For Life Committee and she also enjoyed serving on the Senior Prom Committee.

She had an incredibly special bond with her niece, Vanessa. She and her husband Jack welcomed Vanessa to live with them every summer from the first grade through the 9th grade and then again after her freshman year in college, thus, creating an unbreakable bond with Vanessa and the Bossard family.

Winnie Wright Bossard was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Rebecca Wright Coote; and her husband, Belasco J. Bossard, Jr. Winnie leaves to mourn and celebrate her home going: her sons, Eric Kurtis Bossard (JoAnne) of Lansdale, Pennsylvania and Bryan Jackson Bossard (Kimber) of Dover, Delaware; nieces Vanessa Michele Wright Adams of Camden, South Carolina and Jacqueline Rutledge of Seneca, South Carolina; grandsons, Brandon, Justin, Connor, Xen and Xyon Bossard; extended family, many friends and Sorors of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

Patrice Jane “Pat” Noonan passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family on January 11, 2021 after a short illness. Pat was born on July 1, 1949 in Wilmington to Carmen and Jayne Jones Stigliano. She is survived by her loving husband of 49 years, retired Delaware State Trooper Sgt. Thomas A. Noonan, her children Shane Noonan of Wilmington and Kristen (Craig) Marra of Elkton, beloved grandchildren Alyssa, Kiley & Samantha Noonan, Sadie, Michael & Mattea Marra, her sister, Donna Dill of Newark and sister-in-law Kathleen Hanby of Kennett Square. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, parents-in-law Thomas Sr. and Catherine Noonan, brothers-in-law Michael Dill and Joseph Hanby and many dear friends and family.

Pat grew up in Wilmington and attended St. John the Beloved grade school and John Dickinson high school before graduating from McKean in 1967. She went on to study nursing, graduating from Beebe Hospital School of Nursing in 1970, with her lifelong friends Claire Moffa, Lucy Sturmfelz, Connie Walker, Sue Welsh, and the late Denise Hickman and Bonnie Williams, with whom she laughed and traveled extensively. Pat excelled at her career as an emergency room registered nurse, spending 10 years at the Newark Emergency Room and then 17 more at Christiana Hospital, where she was awarded the Nursing Trauma Service Award. While working, she was the full-time caregiver for her mother, Jayne, whom she adored, until her passing in 1992. After retiring from nursing, she went on to be an active, hands-on grandmother who loved caring for her many beautiful grandchildren.

Pat was an accomplished skier and traveled the world doing so with her family and friends. She also loved the beach, and spent many years vacationing in Rehoboth and the Outer Banks. Many hours of joy were spent by the backyard pool where countless children have learned to swim. Pat was a generous, loving mother and grandmother, and a devoted sister and aunt who played a significant role in the lives of her nieces and nephews. She was an integral part of her Brookhaven neighborhood, forming lifelong friendships that have lasted almost 50 years. She will be greatly missed and has left an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Paul H. Erdman, age 78, passed away peacefully on January 5, 2021 in the home he built with his father, surrounded by his family.

Paul was a long-time resident of Springfield, PA. After graduating from Landsdowne Aldan high school in 1960 he joined PECO as a lineman where he worked for almost 35 years before retiring in 1994 and was best known as “Tarzan”. Once he retired from PECO, Paul worked as a building inspector for Springfield township and in various subcontracting roles. Paul was very active in the Springfield community. He volunteered with the Springfield Youth Club, coached softball and football teams, and joined the Springfield Fire Company in 1967 where he was a life member. He served as the Chairman of the firehouse Building Committee from 1979 – 1981 and was a member of the Springfield Ambulance Corps. He also volunteered for the United Way.

He was a car enthusiast and was very involved in the Delaware Valley Chapter NCRS and won the Duntov award for the 1961 Covette he refurbished.

Paul was an extremely talented carpenter and electrician. He was a perfectionist and his attention to detail was evident in every project he worked on. Never could it be said that Paul shied away from hard work. He gave his time and expertise to many remodeling jobs throughout the county. He was a visionary, in that after tedious planning, his completed projects reflected the skill and craftsmanship of the man and they have stood the test of time, as he had. He will be sadly missed.

He is predeceased by his father William Erdman, mother Margaret (Cherret) Erdman, and sister Barbara (Donovan) Erdman.

Survivors: Loving husband of Laura (Middleton) Erdman; dear brother of William Erdman (Barbara), cherished father to three children: Chris Kenny (Marty), Jill Hoffner (John), Kevin Erdman, beloved grandfather of Kevin Michael, Taylor, Brandon, Olivia, Connor and Sean and great-grandfather of Corinne.

Kevin C. Neale passed away on November 28, 2020 at the age of 51 and is survived by his children Dylan J. Neale, Sarah E. Neale Maxwell, parents Claude J. Neale and Rosemarie A. (Pellegrino) Neale, sister Adrienne Neale Pechy, and niece Hannah A. Pechy. Kevin was a graduate of Great Valley Senior High School in Malvern, PA and attended Penn State University (Schuylkill campus) and Philadelphia Community College. When Kevin was young, he played soccer and was a boy scout, and achieved the honor of Eagle Scout. Kevin worked as an independent general contractor and in HVAC. He was extremely talented mechanically and loved building and fixing things. He was the kind of person who was always willing to help someone in need in any way he could. Kevin was extremely energetic with a lot of personality; he could talk to anyone about anything. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing and spending time with friends, but most of all loved the time he spent with his two children more than anything else.

Robert L. Goglia (Bob) died Thursday September 3rd 2020.   He died at his home in Sea Isle City NJ with his children by his side after losing his battle with Cancer. Bob was born on September 25, 1933 in Philadelphia, PA.   He married Ella Mae Borromeo in 1964 and raised their 2 children, Michelle and Bob in Malvern PA.  Bob loved his family dearly and his children were his pride and joy.

After graduating from North Catholic High School, Bob joined the United States Air Force where he served his Country for 4 years.  He then went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts Degree from LaSalle.  Bob then earned his certification as a HVAC technician and retired from the Valley Forge Convention Center.

Bob was an avid fisherman and loved spending time on his boat.  He took great pride in taking family and friends out on the ocean for a day of fishing and sunshine.  He was so happy on the water and loved soaking up the sun. He always had a beautiful tan and a big smile even if the fish were not biting.   He read the newspaper and did the crossword puzzle every day.  He loved trips to the Casinos and scratch off lottery tickets provided a great source of entertainment.  He loved food and going out to dinner especially if Gin Martini’s, oysters, steak and ice cream were on the menu.

He was a wonderful listener and made you feel like you were the most important person in the room.  He gave the best advice and had a great sense of humor.  He was a positive influence on everyone he encountered and was a great role model.  He will be remembered for his big heart, warm hugs and zest for life.  God broke our hearts to prove to us that he only takes the best.  May he rest in peace and be forever in our hearts.

All are welcome to pay their respects and offer their condolences at an outside service on Saturday September 19, 2020 at 11am at Philadelphia Memorial Park, 124 Phoenixville Pike, Frazer PA. For Bob’s Sea Isle City Crew, there will be a celebration of his life on Saturday September 26, 2020 at Paddy’s Green located on the corner of 39th Street and Landis Ave, Sea Isle City.   The family will send out details once they are finalized.

Nicola, age 88, of Drexel Hill, PA passed away on July 14, 2020

Survived by his beloved wife of 49 years Mary Ann (nee Bianchini); his loving daughter Daniela Battistoni, and his 2 dear sisters, who live in
Italy, Rita and Elide.

Precious son of the late Vincenzina (nee Ettorre) and Pasquale Battistoni also cherished brother of the late Gino and Vincenzo Battistoni

Bridget (Brid) Susan Anderson (nee O’Connor), 91, of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, passed away on June 2, 2020 after a brief illness. Brid was born in Dublin, Ireland. One of ten siblings, she started working after high school for J.H. Saville & Company in their finance department. So started a life-long love of numbers, accounts and balanced books. She married Desy Anderson at St. Bridget’s Church in Killester, Dublin in 1955. After marrying she left Saville because they did not permit married women to remain as employees. She joined Michael Walsh Travel, where she was responsible for running the office. She loved working for Michael, a man who was ahead of his time in relation to the role of women in the workplace. She met many of her closest, lifelong friends at this job which took her on countless pilgrimages to Rome, Lourdes and the Holy Land. Travel was one of the great many loves of Brid’s life and she never opted out of a trip. In fact, she continued to travel right up to 2019, including visiting Ireland that year.

In 1967, Brid & Desy made the life altering decision to emigrate from Ireland to Baltimore, Maryland with five children in tow. A sixth child was born a few years after arriving. They joined St. Charles Borromeo Church where they were parishioners for almost forty years, and where all of their children attended school. Brid initially worked part time at St. Agnes Hospital, a job she took to save money to bring the family back ‘home’ for the summer. Eventually the family would return to Ireland almost every summer. Each visit was memorable, and meant that growing up Brid and Desy’s children came to better know their Irish relatives (including both their grandmothers) and able to develop a deeper love and appreciation for Irish culture.

Later, Brid also took a full-time job as the school secretary at St. Charles, before transitioning to full-time work at St. Agnes, from where she retired in 1993. Regardless of the jobs she had and the number of hours she worked, Brid always organized her work schedule around her children’s various activities and sports. She drove many tens of thousand miles to games, meets, and tournaments and almost never missed one.

In 2006, Brid and Desy relocated from Baltimore to Philadelphia to be closer to family and grandchildren. They settled in Foxfields at Naaman’s Creek, a retirement community that proved to be the perfect new home for them in the latter part of their lives. When Desy passed away after a short illness in 2008 the ‘Foxfield ladies’ wrapped their arms around Brid and helped her settle into a life without her husband of 53 years. She remained very close to this amazing group of ladies, even after leaving there in 2018 when she moved in with Colleen.

Brid was an extraordinary mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was devoted to her children, and together she and Desy sacrificed everything to emigrate to the United States in order to forge a better life for them. It is a sacrifice which cannot be under-estimated nor which the children could ever repay. She was equally devoted to the next generations in the family as they came along. She attended every recital, birthday, milestone and sporting event, and did so enthusiastically. Brid is survived by her children, Colleen, Noreen (Bob) Farkas, Deirdre (Chris) Edgerton, Dermot (Karen), Jennifer and Eddie. She is also survived by eight grandchildren, Aidan, Jack, Caitlin and Kelsey Farkas, Lena Anderson, Ali (Jay) Dreessen, Matt and Jon (Jeni) Hayes. She is also survived by two great-grandchildren, Bella Dreessen and Beckett Hayes. They will all miss their Mom-Mom terribly but thankful she was a part of their lives for so many years. Brid was predeceased by her parents, Mary (McMahon) and Jack O’Connor.

Cynthia L. Strobel (nee Christensen) passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at her home in Maple Shade surrounded by her family. She was 58 years old. While she was born in Philadelphia to Johannes and Leona Christensen, she was a lifelong resident of Maple Shade.

Survived by her loving husband of 36 years, Jan Strobel, as well as her three sons, Michael (Aimee), Jason, and Steven. She was also a cherished grandmom to Hannah. Predeceased by her sister, Eleanor Christensen.

Cindy loved to laugh and enjoyed spending quality time with her family and friends, vacationing in the Outer Banks and visiting her second home in the Poconos. She enjoyed having a nice glass of wine, crafting, and quality time with her granddaughter, Hannah. Cindy was a devoted mother and enjoyed her children so much that she made a career of providing child care to working parents in town. She will be forever known to many as “Miss Cindy.”

Marie Savinese, cherished Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend, passed away on April 9th 2020 from natural causes at the age of 87 (39-1/2). She was born in Philadelphia, PA and grew up in Drexel Hill. Marie was the daughter of the late Thomas and Ann McHugh McDevitt. She was the wife of the late Julius (Jule) Savinese, who passed away in 2002. Marie was also the mother of the late Sharon Savinese, who passed away in 2010. Sister of the late Thomas McDevitt (Dolores), James McDevitt (Penny) and Rose McWilliams (Bernie).

Marie is survived by her daughters, Linda Finan (Geno) and Michele Juisti (Steven); adoring grandmother of Geno Jr. (Sue), Sean (Megan), Josh (Kristy), Julie Osborn (Andrew), Megan Four (Andrew), Steven (Shawna), Ryan (Rachel), Danielle Keenan (Joseph) and Jamie. She is survived by twenty great grandchildren. Marie is also survived by her sisters, Mary Ann (Nancy) O’Donoghue, Ph.D. (Joseph), Betty Devinney (late William) and Bernadette McClean (Thomas). She also had many nieces and nephews, who she loved dearly and many amazing and wonderful friends. Marie is also survived by her granddogs Molly and Daisy.

Marie graduated from Upper Darby in 1950. After graduation, she went on to have a very successful career in many different fields. Marie’s first job was at Wampole & Co., a pharmaceutical company in Philadelphia. After, she started selling real estate for the Catania Agency in Milmont Park in the early 60’s. Marie also worked for Noyes Realty in Swarthmore and served as President of the Delaware County Real Estate Board in 1974. During this time, Marie also hosted a radio show on WEEZ, “The News and View of Ridley Township. After her real estate career, Marie started to sell Insurance for Prudential. She worked for Prudential from 1985 until her retirement in 1997.

Marie always had a smile on her face and made everyone around her smile. She was kind, generous, always there to listen, offer advice, and help people in any way she could. Marie had many friends and met new ones everywhere she went and always had a connection with them. She was full of energy and spunk and always had a positive attitude. Marie never had a bad day in her life.

Marie liked socializing, dancing, meeting people and was well known for the parties in her basement. She was always the life of the party. Marie was a resident of Ridley Township for 66 years, where she was involved with the Republican Party. Marie enjoyed being at her second home in Chesapeake City, MD. She was member of Hollywood Beach for 35 years. Marie was also the President of Brandywine Signs in Edgemont, PA. She was a member of the Upper Chesapeake Yacht Club in Shady Side, MD and the West End Boat Club in Essington, PA.

Sherri Lynn Byrne (née Ziolkowski), 50, of Downingtown, Pa and formerly of Baltimore, MD passed away on January 31, 2020. Born in Baltimore, MD, Sherri was the beloved daughter of Cheryl (née Cilento) Stevenson and the late Ronald Ziolkowski. Sherri was the beloved wife of James Byrne; loving mother of Matthew J., Patrick J. and Shannon R. Byrne; dear granddaughter of Carolyn Cilento. Also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, cousins, extended family and friends.

Sherri loved spending time with her family at the beach where she enjoyed sunrises and collecting seashells. She had a fondness for animals and also enjoyed crafting and gardening.

Andrea Cohen, “Andi,” 67 of King of Prussia, PA passed away on Saturday, April 11, 2020. Born on October 24, 1952 in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Simon Cohen & Edith Cohen (Simon)

She was a loving and devoted mother to Alexandra (Adrian) Scipione, Gabriella Totokotsopoulos & Marissa Totokotsopoulos and the beloved mom mom to granddaughter Edith Francesca, who she loved to the moon and back.

Andrea was a loyal and dedicated servant to her community. She worshiped the sun and spent many, many hours by the pool (where she earned her title as Pool Queen.) She also loved the beach and the ocean. She loved to travel and visited many places around the world. She was head of many PTAs and always signing up as a classroom parent. She was very involved with all school activities including the cheer leading boosters, music programs and crew. She loved her Hallmark movies, doing puzzles and was a water ice aficionado. Andrea enjoyed time going out to dinner with friends and being able to see and make memories with her family. She took great pride in helping to organize Cousins Clubs, parties for special occasions and special events. She received recognition from the American Red Cross for her tireless efforts in organizing 24 blood drives in 12 years and raising 577 units of blood. She was also a notary public.

Andrea was diagnosed with metastatic cancer of unknown origin in late October of 2018, she fought a valiant battle up until her very last minutes against what was later identified as stage four metastatic breast cancer. For over a year and a half she persevered through radiation, oral chemo treatments, injections as well as several hospital stays. Nevertheless, she always showed up ready to take on her treatments and her challenges.

Being the fighter that she was, she continued to help others who were also fighting cancer by helping with events for Bringing Hope Home and continuing her 10 year commitment to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, in which she helped to raise over $103,578 for childhood cancer. In July 2019, at the 10th Annual Stand, Andrea received an award for her outstanding service. Andrea participated in Light the Night this past October, a 2 mile walk for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In November, she was selected to be a model in the Ella Bella Fashion show- it was an amazing night that she was proud and honored to be a part of!

In addition to her children and grandchild, Andrea was loved and will be missed by many friends near and far, family members and an entire community.

It is with deep sadness that we inform the alumni community that Kathy Rozanski passed away on June 29.

Kathy worked at Rowan University for nearly three decades in a variety of roles, most recently as Director of Distinguished Events and Special Projects and previously in the role of Director of Alumni Relations for over twenty years. Early in her Rowan career, Kathy served as Resident Director in the Office of Residential Life and as Evening Operations Coordinator in the Student Center.

Kathy graduated from Glassboro State College/Rowan University in 1989 with a BA in Communications.

Kathy was loved by many Rowan and Glassboro State College alumni, and was instrumental in connecting thousands of graduates back to their alma mater.  She was involved in many volunteer and community activities including the Boys and Girls Club of Glassboro, the Glassboro Heritage Museum, St. Bridget School Board and fundraising committee and the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

Kathy’s legacy will live on through her son Michael Jr., a Rowan honors student and part time Rowan employee in the Office of Admissions.

Carolann E. Ritchie, age 57, of Trooper, PA passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. She was born in Syosset, New York on January 23, 1963,  the daughter of the late John  Francis and Elizabeth Ann (Knabe) Kiernan. Carolann has been living in Trooper for 15 years, formerly of Lafayette Hill and East Norriton, PA.

Carolann was a tough, strong, compassionate and thoughtful person who always put her family first. She enjoyed cooking, knitting, kayaking, hiking, biking, traveling, reading, shoes and Reese cups.  She also enjoyed going to the movies, musicals, and rock concerts. She especially loved time spent with her family vacationing in Sea Isle City, NJ.

Survivors include her husband, Drew Ritchie; two sons, Sean Patrick Ritchie and Brody Joseph Ritchie; brother, John Kiernan (& Marianne Rodden Kiernan);  sister, Nancy Kiernan Swan (& James Swan); and brother, William Kiernan (& Maureen Latanzze Kiernan).

Edward Tracey, 53, of Riverside, New Jersey, passed away Tuesday, December 17, 2019, surrounded by family and friends.

Ed is survived by the love of his life of 18 years, Ann; along with six children, Melissa, Jade (Alex), Alex (Jordan), Joey, Celeste (his Shortstop), and Enzo; one granddaughter, Kayla; sisters, Janice (Tommy) and Keri (Julian); his in-laws, John and Gaytana Balestrieri, Jean (Bill), Beth, John (Aundrea), and Paul; as well as many nieces and nephews; and one great niece, Liana (His Half Pint). Ed was a loving husband, father, grandfather, godfather, and friend to everyone.

Ed was known for his love of coaching kids in both baseball and ice hockey. He believed in starting with the little kids and keeping their programs strong. Ed was the tee-ball commissioner then later became the vice president for RYAA. He began coaching ice hockey for the Igloo Jaguars; starting with the in-house mite team, then moved on to the in-house squirts, peewees, and bantam teams. Teaching and coaching kids to play hockey was his life. Ed loved and accepted every kid and family as his own. Ed had a personality that brought all of the neighborhood together. He was never one to turn down a beer or a party. There were always neighbors and kids running in and out of the house. Everyone Ed met became his family and loved him.

Sandra (Sandy) Lee Kilpatrick Hughes, 78, of Malvern, passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at home surrounded by the love of her family. She was the wife of the late Alan T. Hughes, Jr. Born on June 21, 1941, she was the middle daughter of the late David and Frances McCallion Kilpatrick. Sandy is survived by her daughter Lynn Hughes Nelton, 3 grandchildren and her sister Bonnie.

Deborah A. Steeg, age 53 of West Norriton, Pa passed away at home surrounded by her family and friends on Sunday, December 8, 2019.

Deborah was born on April 2, 1966 in Queens, NY. She most recently worked as an Executive Assistant for Crothall Healthcare. Deb had a passion to work out and run. Her friends always admired her style and various pocketbooks she would be seen with. She had many dear, loyal and close friends. Her motto was to live simply, speak kindly, care deeply, repeat.

She is survived by her father, Leo Nemeth; mother, Marilyn A. Nemeth; brother Chris Nemeth (wife Laurie; 2 nieces; 2 nephews) and fiancé Bob.

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