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Gregg Marlin Forry

Proud FBI Agent

Gregg Marlin Forry, 62, of Green Lane and for­merly of Me­chan­ics­burg, died at home sur­rounded by his lov­ing fam­ily on Tues­day, Feb. 19, 2013, after a long bat­tle with Pro­gres­sive Supranu­clear Palsy (PSP).

Gregg’s sur­vivors in­clude his mother, Janet Lor­raine (McCaleb) Forry, of Me­chan­ics­burg; his for­mer wife and dear friend, Jane Louise (Esh­bach) Forry, of Green Lane; and his three daugh­ters, Cherie A. Houck and her hus­band, Matt, and their chil­dren, Em­mer­syn and Harper, all of Dun­can­non, Lind­sey E. Miller and her hus­band, Richard, and their son, Ewan, all of Illi­nois, and Lau­ren A. Forry, of Green Lane. Among those pre­ced­ing Gregg in death are his son, Ryan Christo­pher Forry, and his sis­ter, Gwyn Forry Wertz.

Gregg re­tired in 1994 from the Fed­eral Bu­reau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion (FBI) after many years of ser­vice and as Head of the Flight Di­vi­sion of the FBI Spe­cial Op­er­a­tions Group, based in Ne­wark, N.J. Gregg loved be­ing

El­iz­a­beth (Bet­tyJane) Slater Web­ster, 84, of The Hill at Whitemarsh, for­merly of Am­bler, died on Feb. 24, 2013.

Her hus­band of 64 years, Henry Cole­man Web­ster, Sr., pre­de­ceased her. She is sur­vived by their four chil­dren, El­iz­a­beth Web­ster Purvis, of Rux­ton, Md., Edward Slater Web­ster, of Wyn­d­moor, Jane Web­ster Gray, of Ply­mouth Meet­ing, and Henry Cole­man Web­ster, Jr., of Sa­van­nah, in­volved with his daugh­ters’ lives and he al­ways took an ac­tive in­ter­est in their ac­tiv­i­ties. He en­joyed house projects, es­pe­cially those in­volv­ing wood work­ing. A de­voted Phillies fan, Gregg at­tended many games over the years, and of­ten with his girls.

All were wel­come to join Gregg’s fam­ily at his view­ing on Mon­day, Feb. 25, 2013, from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. with his ser­vice be­gin­ning at 1:30 p.m. at Trindle Spring Lutheran Church, 14 State Road, Me­chan­ics­burg, PA 17050. Burial fol­lowed, with a re­cep­tion fol­low­ing burial.

The fam­ily sug­gests memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions to wion Evan­gel­i­cal Lutheran Church, 2966 Old Beth­le­hem Pike, wion­hill, PA 18981, or CurePSP, 30 E. Pado­nia Road, Suite 201, Ti­mo­nium, MD 21093.

Gregg’s fam­ily has en­trusted his care to My­ers– Buhrig Fu­neral Home and Cre­ma­tory in Me­chan­ics­burg, 717-766-3421. Read Gregg’s full obituary, share your mem­o­ries and pho­tos and of­fer your con­do­lences at www.My­

El­iz­a­beth (Bet­tyJane) Slater Web­ster

Ga.; along with 10 grand­chil­dren and seven great­grand­chil­dren. Her sis­ter, Louise Slater Mann, of Mem­phis, Tenn., also sur­vives her.

A pri­vate grave­side ser­vice will be held at a later date at St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh.

Con­tri­bu­tions in her mem­ory can be made to St. Thomas’ Church Cap­i­tal Cam­paign Fund, P.O. Box 247, Fort Washington, PA 19034.

The Rev. Charles W. Sine, of Man­heim, for­merly of Telford, Dublin and Perkasie, en­tered into the pres­ence of His Sav­ior, Je­sus Christ, on Mon­day, Feb. 25, at the Pleas­ant siew Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion, Man­heim. He was 95.

He was the beloved hus­band of Trudi (Sommer) Sine for 37 years and the late Har­riet (Heav­ener) Sine.

Born in Perkasie, he was the son of the late Wil­liam R. and Car­rie (Ben­ner) Sine. A 1936 grad­u­ate of Sell-

Pro­fes­sor and

Chemist, Mu­si­cian

C. Roland Eddy, 98, passed away on Feb. 12, 2013, at Mead­owood Con­tin­u­ing Care Com­mu­nity in Worces­ter, Pa. He was a re­search chemist for 31 years with the Eastern Re­gional Re­search Cen­ter of the r.S. De­part­ment of Agri­cul­ture (19411972). He in­tro­duced in­frared spec­tropho­tom­e­try to this lab­o­ra­tory and dis­cov­ered a se­ries of new com­pounds, the 20-iso sa­pogenins, which VLJnL­fiFDnWOy VSHG uS WhH

Rev. Charles W. Sine

Perk High School, Charles later took cour­ses at Tay­lor Business School, Philadel­phia, and at­tended evening school at Philadel­phia School of the Bi­ble. He was a r. S. Army Air Force vet­eran of World War II, hav­ing served as a sergeant in the Sig­nal Corps from 1941-1945.

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C. Roland Eddy

analysis of desert plants for con­ver­sion into cor­ti­sone, which is used to re­lieve in­flDPPDWRUy GLVHD­VHV.

Dur­ing WWII, when there was a dras­tic short­age of rub­ber, his re­search led to the de­vel­op­ment of an imSRUWDnW LnJUHGLHnW IRU DUWLfi- low, Charles would pas­tor churches in Tra­verse City, Mich.; Cleve­land and Swan­ton, Ohio; and North Hills, Pa. Fol­low­ing their 1975 mar­riage, Rev. Sine and Trudi were en­gaged in an itin­er­ant min­istry of chalk art and mu­sic un­til 2004. Charles and Trudi were long­time mem­bers of Cal­vary Church, Soud­er­ton.

In ad­di­tion to his wife, Charles is sur­vived by his fivH FhLOGUHn, HHDWhHU HHge­dus and her hus­band, David, of Man­heim, Hedy Eckel and her hus­band, Paul, of Greenville, S.C., David Sine and his wife, Gina, of Langhorne, Daniel Sine, of Telford, Spring Sine, of Ephrata; 14 grand­chil­dren; eight great-grand­chil­dren; and many nieces and neph­ews.

,n DGGLWLRn WR hLV fiUVW ZLIH, cial rub­ber. He also worked on a pro­ject to as­sist in the de­vel­op­ment of clear ap­ple juice. Dr. Eddy de­vel­oped DnG PDnDJHG WhH fiUVW FRP­puter cen­ter for the De­part­ment of Agri­cul­ture in the 1960s, and ap­plied it to fur­ther chem­i­cal re­search in many projects. Con­cur­rent with his full-time re­search work, he taught part time for 14 years at Tem­ple rniver­sity (1948-1951; 1954-1965), in­clud­ing cour­ses in ther­mo­dy­nam­ics and elec­trochem- he was pre­ceded in death by a sis­ter, Ethel Weisel; three broth­ers, Joseph D., Wil­liam R. Jr. and Ge­orge H. Sine; and two daugh­ters-in-law, Lena Sine and Su­san Sine.

A Cel­e­bra­tion of Life ser­vice will be held at 11 a.m. on Mon­day, March 4, at Cal­vary Church, 820 Rte. 113, Soud­er­ton, PA 18964. Friends may call from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Mon­day morn­ing at the church. Burial with full mil­i­tary hon­ors will fol­low in Whitemarsh Memo­rial Park, Prospectville.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, PHPRrial do­na­tions in Rev. Sine’s name may be made to the Cal­vary Church Benev­o­lence Fund at the ad­dress above.

Betty Meier Stee­ley Fu­neral Home, Sellersville www.stee­ley­fu­ner­al­ istry. When he re­tired, he con­tin­ued to teach physics and in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary sci­ences for another 14 years (1963-1977) at Beaver Col­lege (now Ar­ca­dia rniver­sity), where he won a dis­tin­guished teach­ing award even though he was only a part-time teacher.

He was born on Aug. 31, 1914, in Providence, Rhode Is­land, where he grew up ZLWh fivH EURWhHUV DnG VLVters. He went to Brown rniver­sity (1931-1935) for his Bach­e­lor in Sci­ence de­gree and ob­tained his Ph.D. from the rniver­sity of Illi­nois (rrbana) in 1938. While in Illi­nois, he met and mar­ried his wife, Mar­garet E. Hedg­cock. They had four chil­dren, whom they raised in the Abing­ton School District in Penn­syl­va­nia. After 31 years of mar­riage, Mar­garet suc­cumbed to breast can­cer in 1971.

In 1974, Roland mar­ried He­len Hor­ton McCaa, whom he met at Carmel Pres­by­te­rian Church. For the next 36 years, they shared their love of life to­gether, in­clud­ing many over­seas trav­els and her pas­sion for wa­ter­color paint­ing and his pas­sions for mu­sic, writ­ing and the phi­los­o­phy of sci­ence. In 1990, they moved into the new Mead­owood Con­tin­u­ing Care Com­mu­nity, where they resided to­gether un­til He­len passed away in 2011, at age 99½. Along with He­len, he helped de­velop res­i­dent pro­ce­dures, com­mit­tees, the news­let­ter and the audio vis­ual de­part­ment, which Roland chaired for sev­eral years.

Through­out his life, Roland loved mu­sic, play­ing the piano and the or­gan since he was a teenager, as well as writ­ing sev­eral com­po­si­tions of his own. He wrote his school song and his own wed­ding march, which was later used by other fam­ily mem­bers. He and He­len sang in the Mead­owood cho­rus, and they con­tin­ued to play piano and or­gan duets into their later years. He also loved to write, and when he was 89, he pub­lished his book on the phi­los­o­phy of sci­ence: “Oceans of the Mind.”

Dr. Eddy is sur­vived by his sis­ter, Ethe­lyn; his broth­ers Clifton and Arthur; his four chil­dren, El­iz­a­beth, Wil­liam, Charles and sir­ginia; two stepchil­dren, David McCaa and Marian Thomas; and 12 grand­chil­dren.

A memo­rial ser­vice will be held for him at 2 p.m. on June 2 at the Gwynedd Square Pres­by­te­rian Church, 837 Sum­ney­town Pike, Lans­dale, PA 19446.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, PHPRrial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to the Mead­owood Benev­o­lence Fund, 3205 Skip­pack Pike, P.O. Box 670, Worces­ter, PA 19490.

Con­do­lences can be sent to his daugh­ter El­iz­a­beth My­ers at 225 Mill Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057.

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