Jill N. Cardell
Jill N. Cardell, R8, of Telford, passed away Dec. 26, 2012, at her home. phe is survived by her loving husband of PT years, Edward R. Cardell.
Born pept. 8, 1VR4, in Allentown, Jill was a daughter of Alberta D. EpteltzF Burrell of iake Havasu City, Ariz., and the late Edward c. Burrell, who died in 2006.
Mrs. Cardell was a graduate of North Penn High pchool, Class of 1VT2, and also attended North Montco Vocational Technical pchool for commercial art. phe graduated with honors from Bucks County Community College with a degree in historical preservation.
Jill will be remembered for her creative spirit. Over the years, she worked as an interior designer specializing in Christmas décor and as a florist. A longtime member of the Philadelphia colk pong pociety, Jill worked to preserve folk music and was on the Recording and Archives Committee. phe was also a cofounder of the West Rockhill Historical pociety, where she worked tirelessly to save historical structures. Above all else, Jill cherished spending time on her farm, especially in her organic garden. phe will be greatly missed by her family and community.
In addition to her husband, Jill is survived by three children, Melanie p. Cardell, of nuakertown, Tyler E. Cardell and his fiDQFpH, -HQQLIHU LHLJKWRQ, of Perkasie, and Wesley D. Cardell, of Decatur, Ga.; three siblings, James E. Burrell, of pebring, cla., pusan i. wasadil and her husband, Thomas, of iake Havasu City, Ariz., and iori A. Trevorah, of HatfiHOG; DQG PDQy EHORYHG nieces and nephews.
A memorial service to celebrate Jill’s life will be held at 11 a. m. paturday, Jan. R, 201P, at Huff C iakjer cuneral Home, T01 Derstine Ave., iansdale, PA 1V446. criends may greet the family after V a. m. until the time of the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jill’s name to Grand View Hospice, T00 iawn Ave., pellersville, PA 18V60 or to the Indian Valley Public iibrary, 100 E. Church Road, Telford, PA 18V6V.