Frank J. Schreiner

The Globe - - OBITUARIES -

Frank J. Schreiner, 81, died Nov. 23, 2012, af­ter a long and coura­geous bat­tle with can­cer. A lov­ing hus­band, fa­ther and grand­fa­ther, he resided in Lower Gwynedd, Pa., and Stone Har­bor, N.J.

He was the beloved hus­band of Roberta ( La­mont) Schreiner for 52 years; lov­ing fa­ther of Frank J. (Maria) Schreiner Jr. and Lynn S. (Brian) Dougherty; and grand­fa­ther of bmily and Joseph Schreiner, and An­drew and Roberta Dougherty.

A pri­vate grave­side ser­vice was held at Whitemarsh Me­mo­rial Park for the im­me­di­ate fam­ily.

Me­mo­rial gifts in his name may be made to the In­ter­na­tional Myeloma Foun­da­tion, 12650 River­side Drive, Suite 206, North Hol­ly­wood, CA 91607.

Marian W. Beale

Marian W. Beale, 92, of Am­bler, Pa., died Thurs­day, Nov. 22, 2012. Born Dec. 12, 1919, in Philadel­phia, Penn­syl­va­nia, she was the daugh­ter of the late Agnes W. (Doyle) and John Byrne and the wife of the late Charles Beale, who died in 1995.

Mrs. Beale was a mem­ber of the Colony Club of Am­bler, the Fort Washington His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety and the St. Joseph’s Church choir. She spent many years as the li­brar­ian at St. Joseph’s ble­men­tary School, which she greatly en­joyed. Her hob­bies in­cluded swim­ming and read­ing his­tor­i­cal bi­ogra­phies.

Sur­vivors in­clude chil­dren Charles Beale and Michael Beale of Am­bler, Maryann Beale of Lans­dale and bileen (Ni­cholas Pinto) Beale, D.O., of Blue Bell; grand­chil­dren Caitlin, An­thony, Mau­reen and Pa­trick Mag­dalin­ski; and brother John Byrne of Cherry Hill, N.J.

Her me­mo­rial Mass will be cel­e­brated Tues­day, Dec. 18, 2012, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Ro­man Catholic Church, South Main and Poplar Streets, Am­bler, Pa. The fam­ily will re­ceive rel­a­tives and friends from 9 to 9:50 a.m. at the church.

,Q OLHu RI flRZHUV, WKH fam­ily re­quests that me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions be made in her me­mory to Our Lady of Mercy ble­men­tary School, c/o the Li­brary, 29 Con­well Drive, Maple Glen, PA 19002.

Burial in Holy Cross Ceme­tery, Yeadon, Pa., will be held at a later time at the con­ve­nience of the fam­ily.

Funeral ar­range­ments are with the Cara­menico FH Inc., Main and Wal­nut streets, Norristown, Pa. 610275-7777.

Please visit www.cara­meni­co­fu­ner­al­home.com for on­line in­for­ma­tion.

Len­nis Vail

Len­nis H. “Len” Vail, 80, of Myr­tle Beach, S.C., passed away, Sun­day, Nov. 25, 2012, at Se­lect Spe­cialty Hospi­tal, Camp Hill, with his lov­ing chil­dren by his side.

Born March 23, 1932, in St. An­thony, Ind., he was a son of the late bmery and Ruth McGee Vail and the wid­ower of Jan­ice Guinouard Vail.

He lived in Warmin­ster and moved to Myr­tle Beach af­ter he re­tired to spend time with KLV IULHQGV JRO­fiQJ, ERZOLQJ DQG play­ing pinochle.

Sur­viv­ing are one son, Mark Vail (and wife, Con­nie) of Boil­ing Springs; one daugh­ter, Sheila Th­e­sen of Carlisle; one brother, Davis Vail (and wife, Mary) of bd­monds, Wash.; com­pan­ion He­len Driscoll of Hanover, Mass.; eight grand­chil­dren, David, Brian, Justin, Daina, bmily, Corey, Matthew and hurt; and one great-grand­son, Fin­ley. He was pre­ceded in death by one brother, bllis Vail and one son, Gary Vail.

Me­mo­rial ser­vices will be pri­vate and at the con­ve­nience of the fam­ily.

Hoff­man-Roth Funeral Home C Cre­ma­tory Inc., 219 North Hanover St., Carlisle, is in charge of the funeral ar­range­ments.

To sign the guest book visit www.hoff­man­roth.com.

Charles Ham­burg

Charles James “CJ” Ham­burg, 96, a res­i­dent of West­min­ster Woods in Huntingdon, Pa., and for­merly of Franklin Av­enue in Hat b o r o , died on Oct. 25, 2012, at the Woods fol­low­ing a slow de­cline in his health. He had been mar­ried to the former Mar­garet bve­lyn Smith for 67 years un­til her death in 2006. Born in Philadel­phia, the el­dest son of the late Charles David and bstella (An­thony) Ham­burg, he grad­u­ated from Hat­boro High School, Class of 1934. His two brothers, Allen b. Ham­burg, M.D., and War­ren h. Ham­burg, pre­ceded him in death.

Mr. Ham­burg is sur­vived by one son and two daugh­ters, Charles D. Ham­burg and his wife, Ruth R. Ham­burg of Doylestown, Pa., Carol H. Swigart and her hus­band, Charles B. Swigart, of Huntingdon, Pa., and Ruth L. Ham­burg, and her part­ner, Les­lie C. Herod, of 2DNGDOH, &DOLI.; fiYH JUDQGchil­dren, Charles D. “Fritz” Ham­burg of Haver­town, Pa., hyle W. Ham­burg of Perkasie, Pa., Car­rie SwigartLind­skog of Wood­bridge, Conn., Jen­nifer S. New­man of Cham­bers­burg, Pa., and John C. Swigart of McLean, Va.; and 10 great-grand­chil­dren..

CJ was the former owner of Bon­air Foundry Co. and Hat­boro Cast­ings. He en­joyed mem­ber­ship in the W.h. Bray Lodge #410, FCAM and the Amer­i­can Foundry­men’s As­so­ci­a­tion. A former Scout troop and bx­plorer post leader, he was also an avid bird­watcher and gar­dener and an out­stand­ing “Mr. Fix-It.” His de­vo­tion to his fam­ily and friends was un­end­ing. A mem­ber of the Stone Church of the Brethren in Huntingdon, he spent Sun­day morn­ings shep­herd­ing res­i­dents to their church ser­vices. Dur­ing his time at the Woods, he started the Satur­day Morn­ing Break­fast Club for res­i­dents.

A pri­vate grave­side ser­vice at Whitemarsh Me­mo­rial Park will be held at a fu­ture date at the con­ve­nience of the fam­ily.

On­line con­do­lences and guest­book sign­ings are pos­si­ble through John B. Brown Funeral Home (johnbbrown­fu­ner­al­home.com).

Eu­gene Zuc­cato

bu­gene J. wuc­cato, 72, of Wil­low Grove, Pa., died on Nov. 23, 2012, at Abing­ton Hospice at Warmin­ster.

He was the beloved hus­band of Made­lyn (Boc­cuti) wuc­cato for 46 years. He was born in Philadel­phia, Pa., on Oct. 19, 1940, to the late Aldo and Agnes (Bren­nan) wuc­cato.

He was a grad­u­ate of Bishop Neu­mann High School in South Philadel­phia. bu­gene was a man­ager for rnisys for 41 years.

He was a mem­ber of nueen of Peace Church in Ard­s­ley, Pa.

Along with his wife Made­lyn, he is sur­vived by his four chil­dren, Gina Brun­ner (bric), Marc wuc­cato (Mered­ith), haren Brown (Fred­eric) and Suzanne Mo­rina (Al­bert); nine grand­chil­dren; his four brothers, Thomas, Robert, Ron­ald and Lawrence wuc­cato; and his sis­ter, Sharon Mul­downey.

Rel­a­tives and friends were in­vited to his funeral Mass on Wed­nes­day, Nov. 28, 2012, at 10 a.m. at nueen of Peace Church, 820 North Hills Ave., Ard­s­ley, PA 19038. A visi­ta­tion was held Tues­day evening from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at bmil J. Ci­avarelli Fam­ily Funeral Home, 951 b. But­ler Pike, Am­bler, PA 19002, and Wed­nes­day from 9 to 10 a.m. at the church. In­ter­ment was in Holy Sepul­chre Ceme­tery.

,Q OLHu RI flRZHUV, GRQD­tions in bu­gene’s name can be made to nueen of Peace Church at the above ad­dress. Con­do­lences may be made at www.ciavarel­li­fu­ner­al­homes.com.

Henry Simp­son

Henry H. Simp­son Jr., 89, Huntingdon Val­ley, a re­tired Tasty Bak­ing Co. pub­lic re­la­tions man­ager, died Nov. 20, 2012.

Born in Ch­ester, Pa., and raised in blkins Park, he was a grad­u­ate of Chel­tenham High School, at­tended Phillips Academy, An­dover, and re­ceived a jour­nal­ism de­gree from the rniver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia in 1949, where he was mem­ber of Sigma Chi fra­ter­nity.

An anti- air­craft ar­tillery fiUVW OLHuWHQDQW LQ :RUOG :DU II, he served as a trans­portaWLRQ RI­fiFHU LQ ,UDQ DQG ,WDOy. He was a re­porter for the Philadel­phia bven­ing Bul­letin and later em­ployed by The Budd Co. and Wyeth Lab­o­ra­to­ries. He be­came Tastykake’s pub­lic re­la­tions man­ager in 1963 and re­tired in 1984.

He was past com­man­der of the former Louis N. Porter Amer­i­can Le­gion Post in blkins Park and a three-year board mem­ber of the South­east­ern Penn­syl­va­nia Chap­ter of the Amer­i­can Red Cross. He wrote 11 free­lance ar­ti­cles for Philadel­phia Mag­a­zine in the late 1970s, and as a ded­i­cated gar­dener, he main­tained a 70- by 15foot veg­etable plot for 36 years.

He is sur­vived by his wife of 68 years, the former Pa­tri­cia C. Hare; three sons, Henry of Lex­ing­ton, Va., David of Pitts­burgh and Scott of Cleve­land, Ohio.; one daugh­ter, Nancy hool of Akron, Ohio; four grand­chil­dren; and six great grand­chil­dren.

Ser­vices pri­vate.

Ar­range­ments by hirk C Nice Sub­ur­ban Chapel, 215354-0085.

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Peter Craig Jr.

Peter Craig Jr. , former po­lice chief of Ivy­land Bor­ough passed away Thurs­day, Nov. 15, 2012. Peter Craig Jr. passed away with dig­nity and re­spect, the same dig­nity and re­spect he showed to all who knew and loved him.

Peter was born in Philadel­phia in 1931 to Peter and Ruth Craig, but lived most of his life in Hor­sham, grad­u­at­ing from Hat­boro High. He

mar­ried Joan Jus­tice and raised five chil­dren, -ames, Cathie, David, Kelly and Karen. He was the Jrand­fa­ther and Jreat-Jrand­fa­ther of a larJe and lov­inJ fam­ily.

Peter served in the U.S. Navy and worked for -ami­son and Car­roll in Hat­boro. Later be­Jan his own com­pany, CraiJ’s Re­friJer­a­tion.

As a sec­ond Jeneration fire­man, Pete be­came a life­time mem­ber of En­ter­prise Fire Com­pany of Hat­boro and also served Hat­boro as a fire po­lice­man and chief of the Hat­boro Fire Po­lice. As the chief of po­lice in Ivy­land BorouJh, he worked tire­lessly to of­fer the borouJh safety and se­cu­rity. He was hap­pi­est in uni­form serv­inJ oth­ers.

Pete spent the later part of his life in Florida. He worked as a se­cu­rity of­fi­cer at Dis­ney World and then was of­fered a po­si­tion as head of se­cu­rity at Or­lando City Hall where he met his wife, Natalie Ayer.

Dur­inJ all of his life Dad loved model rail­road­inJ and al­ways had a plat­form un­der con­struc­tion. In Florida Dad be­lonJ to a model train club and also col­lected Erie Rail­road mem­o­ra­bilia. Our last few min­utes, hold­inJ Dad’s hands, he was wear­inJ a New Hope and Ivy­land 7-shirt. We know Dad is at peace now rid­inJ the rails.

Plans are beinJ made for a me­mo­rial in the BorouJh of Ivy­land.

Ed­ward Webb III

Ed­ward -os­eph Webb III, 79, of Sprin­J­field 7own­ship, Mon­tJomery County, died on Sun­day, Nov. 25, 2012, at the Art­man Lutheran Home in Am­bler, Pa.

He was the hus­band of - anet ( nee Speier) Webb. Born in Philadel­phia to the late Ed­ward and Gertrude Webb, he was pre­de­ceased by his sis­ter, Sal­lie - ean Nor­ris.

Known as Ed to some and - oe to oth­ers, he Jrad­u­ated from Ger­man­town HiJh School and also re­ceived deJrees from Penn State Univer­sity and Drexel Univer­sity. He was a mem­ber of the Beta 7heta Pi fra­ter­nity at Penn State. He was em­ployed at Smith Kline and French ( Glaxo SmithK­line) for many years and then worked as a con­sul­tant in the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal in­dus­try un­til his re­tire­ment.

Ed/- oe was an avid lifelonJ Jolfer and stu­dent of the Jame He also en­joyed watch­inJ the Phillies and EaJles and loved at­tend­inJ sport­inJ events to cheer for his Jrand­sons. His pas­sion for play­inJ the pi­ano was en­joyed by all.

In ad­di­tion to his wife - anet, he is sur­vived by dauJhters Cathy Webb of Philadel­phia and Bar­bara Webb FolJer and her hus­band, Stephen FolJer, of Ma­cunJie, Pa. He is also sur­vived by two Jrand­chil­dren, DouJlas FolJer, cur­rently serv­inJ in the U. S. Army in AfJhanistan, and Bradley FolJer, also of Ma­cunJie.

A call­inJ hour for friends and fam­ily will be held at Craft Funeral Home of Er­den­heim, 814 Beth­le­hem Pike Er­den­heim Pa., on 7hurs­day, Nov. 29, 2012, from 6 to 8 p. m.

Re­mem­brances may be made to the USO, P. O. Box 96322, Wash­in­J­ton, DC 20090- 6322.

Lil­lian Bort­nick

Lil­lian “Lily” Bort­nick, née Ulanove, 93, of Ore­land, Pa., and of Sara­sota, Fla., died at Cathe­dral Vil­laJe, An­dorra, Pa., Sun­day, Nov. 18, 2012, af­ter beinJ ill for many years.

She was born in St. Paul, Minn., - une 26, 1919, dau­Jhter of the late Eva and Meyer Ulanove. She was the mid­dle dau­Jhter of three dauJhters. Her sis­ters, Ade­line Green of Palm SprinJs, Calif., and - une Miller of St. Louis Park, Minn., pre­de­ceased her.

Sur­vivors in­clude her hus­band, New­man Bort­nick, of Ore­land, Pa.; one son, Karl Bort­nick of Philadel­phia, Pa.; and two dauJhters, Lynn BerJ­man of Keene, N. H., and Wendy Le­fkowich of Delmar, N. Y. She is also sur­vived by six Jrand­chil­dren: Anna Bort­nick Gee of New York City; Alexan­dra Bort­nick of Philadel­phia; Erica For­est of 7ar­ry­town, N. Y., Deb­o­rah BerJ­man of Los AnJe­les, Calif.; David Le­fkowich of New York City; and Sarah Le­fkowich of Philadel­phia. She is also sur­vived by many nieces and neph­ews.

Mrs. Bort­nick was a Jrad­u­ate of the Univer­sity of Min­nesota and at­tended Univer­sity of Min­nesota Grad­u­ate School of So­cial Work. She and her hus­band, New­man, were mar­ried for 69 years and were in­sep­a­ra­ble all their mar­ried life.

Mrs. Bort­nick had many in­ter­ests and hob­bies. She was an avid Jar­dener and bridJe player, an in­ven­tive cook and baker, and a vo­ra­cious reader who loved the New York 7imes crossword puzzles. She was very in­ter­ested in pol­i­tics and was a lifelonJ mem­ber of the LeaJue of Women Vot­ers. She vol­un­teered in many civic orJaniza­tions in­clud­inJ Meals on Wheels and was a reader in ele­men­tary schools in Mon­tJomery County and Philadel­phia. In ad­di­tion, she vol­un­teered at the Friends Psy­chi­atric Hospi­tal and at Ch­est­nut Hill Se­nior Cen­ter, where she also led a short story book Jroup for many years with her close friend, the late Ros­alind Sper­linJ. She and her hus­band, New­man, trav­eled ex­ten­sively in Asia, the Mid­dle East, Europe, Canada and Latin Amer­ica.

Mrs. Bort­nick had a Jreat sense of hu­mor and loved a Jood joke. She was very ironic and was never a be­liever in any one path to truth. She loved the biJ bands of the ’ 40s; clas­si­cal mu­sic, at­tend­inJ the Philadel­phia Orches­tra for over 60 years; and the the­ater, at­tend­inJ many per­for­mances and pro­duc­tions in Philadel­phia and else­where. With her hus­band, she contributed to many orJaniza­tions and char­i­ties.

She and her hus­band es­tab­lished the New­man and Lil­lian Bort­nick Chem­istry Grad­u­ate Schol­ar­ship at the Univer­sity of Min­nesota. Do­na­tions can be made to their Univer­sity of Min­nesota Chem­istry Schol­ar­ship Fund or to 7he Philadel­phia 7heatre Com­pany.

Crafts Funeral Home in Flour­town is han­dlinJ the pri­vate burial ar­ranJe­ments.

San­dra Carl

San­dra W. Carl, 78, of Mon­roe 7own­ship, for­merly of Philadel­phia, Pa., died peace­fully at home on Nov. 20, 2012.

Sandy was raised in Park RidJe, Ill., where she met and mar­ried the love of her life, David E. Carl. 7hey moved to Philadel­phia, where she en­joyed a suc­cess­ful, 30- year ca­reer as an ele­men­tary school teacher at the Wil­liam Penn Char­ter School. Dur­inJ that time, she was awarded the Aaron E. Car­pen­ter Master­ship in Ele­men­tary Ed­u­ca­tion Chair for ex­cel­lence in her field.

Sandy was a lov­inJ wife, mother, Jrand­mother, sis­ter, aunt and friend. She was a de­voted cat lover who also en­joyed sinJinJ, cook­inJ and vol­un­teer­inJ her time to help oth­ers. Since her re­tire­ment in 2000, much of her time was spent as a vol­un­teer careJiver at Harston Hall, a nursinJ home in Er­den­heim, Pa., sinJinJ in var­i­ous choirs and as­sistinJ Cause 4 Paws, a cat res­cue orJaniza­tion in West­field, N.-.

She was pre­de­ceased by her beloved hus­band in AuJust 1998.

Sandy is sur­vived by her two dauJhters and sons-in­law, Deb­o­rah Carl Payne and Dr. G. Ray­mond Payne III of Vir­Jinia Beach, Va., and Diane E. Carl and Matthew As­tore of West­field, N.-. She is also sur­vived by her two cher­ished Jrand­chil­dren, Sarah and David Payne, who

were the light of her life. She also leaves be­hind her trea­sured sis­ter, O. Diane Barke; and her nephew, Dean Barke and his wife, Ash­ley; as well DV fivH VLVWHUV-Ln-ODZ DnG many nieces and neph­ews.

Those who knew Sandy will al­ways re­mem­ber her for her will­ing­ness to help both friends and strangers, her won­der­ful sense of hu­mor, her beau­ti­ful voice and her love of cats.

Cre­ma­tion was pri­vate, un­der the di­rec­tion of The Brunswick Me­mo­rial Home, bast Brunswick (www. brunswick­memo­ri­al­home. com).

The fam­ily is plan­ning a me­mo­rial ser­vice at Wil­liam Penn Char­ter School in early 2013.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, GRnD­tions in Sandy’s me­mory may be made to Cause 4 Paws, PO Box 2904, West­fiHOG, 1- 07091-2904; RU Amer­i­can Lung As­so­ci­a­tion, 1DWLRnDO HHDGTuDUWHUV, 1301 3Hn­nVyOvDnLD AvH. 1:, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20004.

Stephen Banks

SWHSKHn D. BDnkV, 72, RI :ynFRWH, GLHG 1Rv. 20, 2012.

He was hon­or­ably dis­charged from the Marine &RUSV DnG VuEVHTuHnWOy served in VISTA. He had a ca­reer in pub­lic health ad­min­is­traWLRn Ln 1HZ YRUk &LWy DnG was an ad­junct pro­fes­sor at Columbia rniver­sity and Rut­gers rniver­sity. He was also the head of the Chel­tenham Town­ship His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety from 2008 to 2012, the Chel­tenham Town­ship 9ROunWHHU RI WKH YHDU Ln 2006 and a mem­ber of the Demo­cratic bx­ec­u­tive Com­mit­tee in Mont­gomery County.

He was the lov­ing hus­band of Regina S. (nee Rosen­feld) for 43 years; fa­ther of Anna R. Bo­gan; and de­voted, lov­ing grand­fa­ther of hather­ine and Cole. He is also sur­vived by three sis­ters and two brothers.

Funeral ser­vice was Mon­day, 2 p.m., at the Wil­liam R. May Funeral Home, 354 1. (DVWRn 5RDG (DW .HVZLFk Av­enue), Glen­side. Rel­a­tives and friends were in­vited to the visi­ta­tion at the funeral home Mon­day af­ter 12:30 p.m.

Wil­liam R. May Funeral Home GOHnVLGH~1RUWK :DOHV www. may­fu­ner­al­home. com.

David J. Welford

DDvLG -. :HOIRUG RI BOuH Bell passed away peace­fully on SunGDy 1Rv. 18, 2012. He was 56 yHDUV old. Born 0DUFK 7, 1956, Ln Ar­ling­ton, Mass., he was the VRn RI -Dnet (nee 3OuPPHU) DnG WKH ODWH -RKn “-DFk” :HOIRUG DnG WKH EHloved hus­band of Terry (nee Daniels) Welford. Dave grad­u­ated from Le­high 8nLvHUVLWy ZLWK D B.S. Ln fi­nance.

In ad­di­tion to his wife, THUUy, DnG PRWKHU -DnHW, Dave is sur­vived by his sis­ters, Cindy Boegly (Bill) and Linda Welford; sis­ter-in-law, /RUUDLnH 3DFH (3.-.); DnG nieces and neph­ews brica Boegly, Scott Boegly, hevin BRHgOy, GUHg 3DFH (-uOLH), Abby Pace and David Pace.

Rel­a­tives and friends are in­vited to Dave’s life cel- ebra­tion me­mo­rial ser­vice on Satur­day, Dec. 1, 2012, DW BRyG-HRUURx RI (DVW 1RUri­ton, 200 W. Ger­man­town 3LkH. 1-800-G,91,SH. 9LVit­ing hours are from 1:30 to 3 p.m. A me­mo­rial ser­vice will be cel­e­brated at 3 p.m. at the funeral home. In­ter­ment will be pri­vate.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, WKH IDPLOy UHTuHVWV WKDW GRnDWLRnV EH made to the blm­wood Park ZRR, 1661 HDUGLng BOvG., 1RUULVWRZn, 3A 19401, 610277-3825.

To share your fond­est mem­o­ries of Dave, visit www.life­cel­e­bra­tion.com.

He­len Batschelet

He­len T. Batschelet (nee Biery) died on Tues­day, 1Rv. 27, 2012. SKH ZDV IRUmerly of Glen­side, Pa.

Beloved wife of the late Robert C., they were marULHG IRU 57 yHDUV. 0RWKHU of Stephen (Diane), Robert (Pa­tri­cia), Paul (haren), Peter (bleanor) and Maryann Piotrowski. Also sur­vived by 11 grand­chil­dren and four great grand­chil­dren.

A funeral Mass, will be cel­e­brated Satur­day at 11 a.m. at Church of St. Luke WKH (vDngHOLVW, 2316 )DLUKLOO Ave. (at bas­ton Road), Glen­side. Rel­a­tives and friends are in­vited to the visi­ta­tion at the church Satur­day af­ter 10 a.m. In­ter­ment is in Holy Sepul­chre Ceme­tery.

Wil­liam R. May Funeral HRPH, GOHnVLGH~1RUWK Wales.

www. may­fu­ner­al­home. com.

Betty Jean Beecher

Betty Beecher, age 51, of Lans­dale, Pa., died sud­denly of nat­u­ral causes Rn SDWuUGDy, 2FW. 16, 2012.

Betty was born in Philadel­phia, Pa., and grew up in Ard­s­ley, Pa. She ZDV D 1979 gUDGuDWH RI Abing­ton High School. She worked for many years at Pru­den­tial and r. S. Health­care.

Sur­viv­ing are her parHnWV, HHnUy BHHFKHU - U. and Iva Beecher of Mon­trose, Pa.; sis­ter Mil­lie Beecher Mann ( Bob) of Mon­trose; brother Henry W. Beecher III ( Denise) of Wil­low Grove; nephew bd Hance ( Me­gan) of Doylestown; and ne­ice Beth Hance of Mon­trose. She is also sur­vived by her lov­ing friend, Chris Tac­conelli; and Chris’ chil­dren, Mor­gan, AnWKRny DnG - RH; DnG grand­daugh­ter Mckayla.

A me­mo­rial cel­e­bra­tion of her life will be held Satur­day, Dec. 1 at 11 a. m. at Light­house Fel­low­ship, rMC, cor­ner of bas­ton Road and Menlo Av­enue, Glen­side, Pa. Lun­cheon to fol­low at the church.

Cora E. Wils­bach

Cora b. Wils­bach (nee 0RnWDnyH), 66, RI GOHnVLGH, GLHG 1Rv. 26, 2012. She was the wife of the late Robert W. Sr., to whom she had been mar­ried for 29 years at the time of his death in 2004.

She was the mother of )UDn SWDLFK (5LFk), -LP Casey, Robert W. Wils­bach -U. (.HOOy); VWHSPRWKHU RI Mary Wils­bach, Denise /DZUHnFH (-DPHV) DnG BDUEDUD 0uOOLkLn (-RVHSK); DnG sis­ter of Dou­glas b. Mon­tanye. She is also sur­vived by 13 grand­chil­dren and one great-grand­son.

Funeral ser­vice is at Fri­day, 11 a.m., at the Wil­liam R. May Funeral Home, 354 1. (DVWRn 5RDG (DW .HVwick Av­enue), Glen­side, PA 19038. Rel­a­tives and friends are in­vited to visi­ta­tion at the funeral home Fri­day af­ter 9:30 a.m. Inurn­ment pri­vate.

Do­na­tions to Abing­ton Town­ship Po­lice As­so­ci­aWLRn, 1166 2OG YRUk 5RDG, Abing­ton, PA 19001 would be ap­pre­ci­ated.

Wil­liam R. May Funeral HRPH, GOHnVLGH~1RUWK Wales.

www. may­fu­ner­al­home. com.

Ger­ald O’Neill

GHUDOG 3. 2’1HLOO, RI -HnkLnWRZn GLHG VuGGHnOy, 1Rv. 23, 2012. He was the beloved son of the late Wil­liam -. SU. DnG 0DUy GDOODgKHU 2’1HLOO.

He was the de­voted brother of Mau­reen Han­ish (Ron), 3DWULFLD 3HHSOHV (ODWH -RKn), 1DnFy SFKDUnLkRZ (ODWH -RH), :LOOLDP -. -U. (AnnH), -LP, )UDn (5DH Ann) DnG Tim (Mary h.). He is also sur­vived by many nieces and neph­ews.

The fam­ily will greet rel­a­tives and friends on Fri­day from 8:30 to 10:45 a.m. at the Im­mac­u­late Con­cepWLRn &KuUFK, 602 :HVW AvH., -HnkLnWRZn, IROORZHG Ey the funeral Mass at 11 a.m. In­ter­ment Holy Sepul­chre Ceme­tery.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, UHPHPbrances may be made to the Carmelite Monastery, 1400 66WK AvH., 3KLODGHOSKLD, 3A 19126 RU WR D FKDULWy RI yRuU choice.

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Wendy M. Jonas

:HnGy 0. (5uWWHU) -RnDV, 51, of Am­bler, passed away 1Rv. 26, 2012, DW KHU KRPH.

BRUn 1Rv. 14, 1961, in Lans­dale, Wendy was a daugh­ter of Alma M. (Conolly) Rutter of Am­bler and the late Harry R. Rutter Sr

Wendy was a ded­i­cated and loyal friend. Her gen­er­ous and kind spirit touched the lives of many peo­ple in her com­mu­nity in a pos­i­tive way. Above all else, she will be re­mem­bered as a passionate and ded­i­cated mother who cher­ished spend­ing time with her fam­ily, es­pe­cially her daugh­ter. She will be greatly missed.

In ad­di­tion to her mother, Wendy is sur­vived by her GDugKWHU, AGGLVRn -RnDV; three sib­lings, Rick Rutter and his wife, Bar­bara, of Lans­dale, hathy Op­per of 1RUULVWRZn DnG .LP DREVRn DnG KHU KuVEDnG, -LP, RI Pitts­burgh; and eight nieces and neph­ews.

Wendy’s funeral Mass will be cel­e­brated 11:30 a.m. FriGDy, 1Rv. 30, 2012, DW SW. Stanis­laus Catholic Church, 51 Lans­dale Ave., Lans­dale, 3A 19446, ZKHUH IDPLOy ZLOO re­ceive friends and rel­a­tives from 9 to 11:15 a.m. In­ter­ment will be pri­vate.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, GRnD­tions may be made to the :HnGy -RnDV 0HPRULDO Trust, c/o H. Richard Rutter, 1674 -DFkV &LUFOH, /DnVGDOH, 3A 19446.

Ar­range­ments are by Huff C Lak­jer Funeral Home, Lans­dale.

www.huf­fand­lak­jer.com.

Gar­rett Shoe­maker

GDUUHWW “AODn” SKRHPDkHU, DgH 75, GLHG 1Rv. 24, 2012, af­ter his bat­tle with FDnFHU. AODn ZDV ERUn -uOy 10, 1937, Ln SHOOHUVvLOOH, 3D., at Grand View Hospi­tal. He lived in his home in Green Lane for 45 years. He was the son of the late Gar­rett H. and Mar­garet Harr Shoe­maker.

HH LV VuUvLvHG Ey fivH FKLO­dren, Diana, Mar­cia, Marc, hara and Greg; his brother, Robert; six grand­chil­dren; neph­ews; cousins; and many friends.

A pri­vate ser­vice at .his home will be fol­lowed by in­ter­ment at wion Me­mo­rial Gar­dens. Good­bye for now, dear fa­ther, brother, and friend.

Frank Schreiner

Charles Ham­burg

Dave Welford

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