Frank J. Schreiner
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.
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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 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 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).
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.
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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.
Arrangements by hirk C Nice Suburban Chapel, 215354-0085.
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 “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 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.
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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.
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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.
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To share your fondest memories of Dave, visit www.lifecelebration.com.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Arrangements are by Huff C Lakjer Funeral Home, Lansdale.
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.