Cole E. Luxton
Cole E. Luxton, 15, of Flourtown, died Oct. 9, 2012, at home. He was born May 2, 1997, in Chestnut Hill, the son of David and Cheryl (Lavan) Luxton. He graduated from Saint Genevieve School in Flourtown, and was a sophRPRUH Dt 6SULnJfiHOG 7Rwnship High School, where he was a member of the baseball and football teams. He attended St. Genevieve Roman Catholic Church in Flourtown.
Cole is survived by his parents, David and Cheryl of Flourtown, and his brother, Chase. He also leaves his maternal grandparents, Edmund and Dorothy Lavan, of Lafayette Hill. He is survived by his rncle Herb and Aunt Janet Luxton as well as by their son, Brian, of Glenside; his rncle Tom and Aunt sibeke (Rensen) Lavan and their children, Arianna, Joshua, Daniel, Sarah and Jordan, of Lehighton; his Aunt Dotti (Lavan) SnyGHU RI :ynGPRRU; Aunt /LVD Lavan of Lafayette Hill; and rncle Matt and Aunt Patti (Lavan) Taylor and their daughter, Paige, of Harleysville. He is also survived by countless personal and family friends by whom, and along with his family, he was immensely loved.
The viewing was held Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 9-11:30 a.m. at St. Genevieve Roman Catholic Church in Flourtown. The funeral Mass was celebrated at 11:30 a.m. followed by LntHUPHnt Dt :KLtHPDUVK Memorial Park Cemetery, Limekiln Pike, Ambler.
Lunch reception to follow at the Flourtown Country Club, 150 McCloskey Road, Flourtown.
Donations can be made to The Shane Halligan Memorial Fund, c/o Halligan Family, 301 Integrity Avenue, Oreland, PA 19075, www. shaneskindness.com.
Personal messages to the family can be left at www. Shaeff-Myers.com.
Arrangements by ShaeffMyers Funeral Home.
Anne Cornell “A” Swalm, age 80, of Blue Bell, Pa., loving wife, mother and grandmother, died Oct. 9, 2012. She was born Anne Cornell on Feb. 2, 1932, in Germantown, Pa.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Bill Swalm; KHU fivH FKLOGUHn, :LOOLDP, Carol Jo, Jackee, Elizabeth DnG /DuUD; DnG fivH EHDutLful grandchildren. She was GDuJKtHU tR -RKn :. &RUnHOO Jr. Her Father was president of J.S Cornell and Son, Carpenters and Builders, now a part of Philadelphia history. She was very close to her parents and loved them deeply.
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