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 dermantown, Pa.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Bill Swalm; her five children, William, Carol go, gackee, blizabeth and Laura; and five beautiful grandchildren. She was daughter to gohn W. Cornell
Patricia A. Haldeman, 81, passed away on Sept. 30, 2012.
Patricia was born Sept. 18, 1931, in Philadelphia, Pa., to Samuel and bdith Boyd.
After graduating from dermantown High School, she attended Linden Hall gunior College in Lititz, Pa., where she graduated in 1953. While she was in Lititz she met and married Orville “aubbs” Haldeman.
They continued to reside
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gr. Her Father was president of g.S Cornell and Son, Carpenters and Builders, now a part of Philadelphia history. She was very close to her parents and loved them deeply.
The family will receive friends on Friday Oct 19, 2012, from 10-11a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Springfield. Flourtown, Pa. A funeral to celebrate her life will continue at the church at 11a.m., followed by her burial at West Laurel Hill Cemetery. oeception to follow.
Anne was a graduate of Centenary gunior College and continued her education at Beaver College, now Ar- cadia rniversity, where she carried on to be an active member of her alumni association.
After college, Anne became an elementary teacher for first through fourth grades in Lantana, Fla., and aoylestown, Pa. rsing her talent to organize and create community, Anne changed careers from teacher to special events and public relations director for Strawbridge & Clothier, oouse Co. In that capacity, she organized and directed the opening of the Plymouth Meeting Mall and the Neshaminy Mall in 1968.
In 19T2, Anne moved forward in her career as an as-
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in Lititz, where Pat was a homemaker, and her husband owned and operated the Warwick House. They had three daughters. auring that time she was active in the Linden Hall Alumni Association, along with some of the lifelong friends she made at LH.
In 1968 they moved to St. Croix, and then onto outland, Vt., a few years later to pursue other interests.
In 19T6, she moved to Flourtown, Pa., and lived there for the last 30 years with her mother. After her mother’s passing, she moved in with her oldest daughter in West Norriton.
She was an active parishioner and member of the choir at St. Philip’s bpiscopal Church. She also hosted Bible study in her home. Some of her other interests included reading, travel, lunch with friends and entertaining friends and family with her renditions of oldies love songs. She loved sistant to director of development at the Presbyterian rniversity of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
With a love for volunteering, she took her interest one step further and in 19T4 became field director for The American Heart Association.
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. to sing. She was a warm, loving person who loved life. She had a great attitude and loved to laugh.
She worked at Chapel Hill Manufacturing Co. in Oreland for 30 years. She loved to work and only retired to be a caregiver to her mother in later years.
Pat is survived by her three daughters, Kim aavis, aawn Pitt, and Pam Haldeman, and by two grandchildren, oodney Maranville and Amanda Pitt.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Craft Funeral Home of brdenheim, Pa. A memorial service will be held at St Phillips bpiscopal Church in Oreland, Pa, on Oct. 2T, 2012, at 11 a.m.
The interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to St. Philip-in- the- Fields bpiscopal Church, 31T Oreland Mill ooad, Oreland, PA 190T5.
Cole E. Luxton
Cole b. Luxton, 15, of Flourtown, died Oct. 9, 2012, at home. He was born May 2, 199T, in Chestnut Hill, the son of aavid and Cheryl (Lavan) Luxton. He graduated from Saint denevieve School in Flourtown, and was a sophomore at Springfield Township High School, where he was a member of the baseball and football teams. He attended St. denevieve ooman Catholic Church in Flourtown.
Cole is survived by his parents, aavid and Cheryl of Flourtown, and his brother, Chase. He also leaves his maternal grandparents, bdmund and aorothy Lavan, of Lafayette Hill. He is survived by his rncle Herb and Aunt ganet Luxton as well as by their son, Brian, of dlenside; his rncle Tom and Aunt Vibeke (oensen) Lavan and their children, Arianna, goshua, aaniel, Sarah and gordan, of Lehighton; his Aunt aotti (Lavan) Snyder of Wyndmoor; Aunt Lisa 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. denevieve ooman Catholic Church in Flourtown. The funeral Mass was celebrated at 11:30 a.m. followed by interment at Whitemarsh Memorial Park Cemetery, Limekiln Pike, Ambler.
Lunch reception to follow at the Flourtown Country Club, 150 McCloskey ooad, Flourtown.
aonations can be made to The Shane Halligan Memorial Fund, c/o Halligan Family, 301 Integrity Avenue, Oreland, PA 190T5, www.shaneskindness.com.
Personal messages to the family can be left at www. Shaeff-Myers.com.
Arrangements by ShaeffMyers Funeral Home.
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