Carolyn and T. Sidney Cadwallader celebrate diamond anniversary
Carolyn and Sidney Cadwallader II of Newtown celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary June 18.
Carolyn was born in Maplewood, N.J. Sidney was born in Yardley.
They met at Swarthmore College from which they graduated. Following graduation in 1936, Sid attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Carol attended the Berkeley School. They were married at Prospect Presbyterian Church in Maplewood, N.J., in 1938.
While Sidney did his alternative service as a conscientious objector during WWII, the couple lived in Langhorne, then moved to Yardley where Carol joined Sid as a member of Yardley Friends Meeting which has served as their spiritual home ever since.
They moved to Pennswood Village, a nuaker retirement community in Newtown in 1993. Carol and Sid have been active residents of the various communities where they have lived. To this day, they remain vitally engaged in many important organizations that strengthen the social fabric of the entire Lower Bucks County region.
Carol and Sid’s children, and their spouses, are Len (and Mary AnnF Cadwallader of Hanover, N.H., Tom (and hatherineF Cadwallader of Yardley and Betsy (and Terry ChristensenF Cadwallader of Bensalem. They also have 8 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. One daughter, Lyn Bannerman, died in 1990. Lyn’s husband, Bill Bannerman, and his wife, Christine, remain an important part of the family.
T. Sidney Cadwallader and his wife, Carolyn, of Pennswood Village in Middletown Township.