Anne Cornell Swalm
The family will receive friends on Friday Oct 19, 2012, from 10-11a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church Ln 6SULnJfiHOG. )ORuUtRwn, Pa. A funeral to celebrate her life will continue at the church at 11a.m., followed Ey KHU EuULDO Dt :HVt /DuUHO Hill Cemetery. Reception to follow.
Anne was a graduate of Centenary Junior College and continued her education at Beaver College, now Arcadia rniversity, where she carried on to be an active member of her alumni association.
After college, Anne became an elementary teachHU IRU fiUVt tKURuJK IRuUtK grades in Lantana, Fla., and Doylestown, Pa. rsing her talent to organize and create community, Anne changed careers from teacher to special events and public relations director for Strawbridge C Clothier, Rouse Co. In that capacity, she organized and directed the opening of the Plymouth Meeting Mall and the Neshaminy Mall in 1968.
In 1972, Anne moved forward in her career as an assistant to director of development at the Presbyterian rniversity of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
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rsing her social skills, public relations, and etiquette knowledge, in 1985 Anne co-founded In Bloom Ltd., a day camp for young girls aged 12 to 15. She was an accomplished businesswoman, a loving wife and grandmother and an exemplary role model for young women.
Anne will be truly missed.