Mr. Bolonka was active in church functions at St. Marys Ukrainian Orthodox Church, where he was a member.Survivors: Wife of 65 years, Maria Rozenick Bolonka; son, Andrew Bolonka of Port St. Lucie, Fla.; granddaughter.Service: 9 a.m. Thursday, St. Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 3rd and Ward streets, Chester.Visitation: 8-9 a.m. Thursday at the church.Burial: St. Andrew Cemetery, South Bound Brook, N.J.Arrangements: Kaniefski-Kendus-DAnjolell Memorial Home, Trainer. Mrs. Tiberi was the daughter of the late Emedio DeJoseph and Elvira Tella and the sister of the late Alec DeJoseph, Leonard DeJoseph, Palmerino DeJoseph and Margarite DeJoseph.Survivors: Sons, Thomas Tiberi of the Holmes section of Ridley Township, Mark Tiberi of Cochranville, Chester County; daughter, Barbara Latini of Holmes; sisters, Anna DeJoseph of Downingtown, Evelyn DeJoseph of Wayne; brother, Robert DeJoseph of Wayne; six grandchildren.Mass: 11 a.m. Thursday, Our Lady of Peace Church, 208 Milmont Ave., Milmont Park.Visitation: 10-11 a.m. Thursday at the church.Burial: SS. An avid golfer, he was a longtime member of the Rolling Green Golf Club in Springfield, where he was senior champion in 1992. Send Flowers | Loving girlfriend Amber, and a host of cousins and friends. ; sisters, Theresa Weber of Alabama, Lee Costigan of Havertown; six grandchildren.Mass: 10 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph Church, 500 Woodlawn Ave., Collingdale.Visitation: After 9 a.m. Friday at the church.Burial: Private.Arrangements: Marvil Funeral Home, Darby.Condolences: She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, RAO, Mary Martha's, a 4-H leader and a member of the Baker Busy Bees, and Red Hat Senior Mamas. He provided career professionals with valuable insights into career development and advancement in what was a changing workforce geared more to acclimating white-collar vs. blue collar workers into all aspects of business and industry.Mr. He was an auto service technician. God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change Courage to change the things I can and the Wisdom to know the difference. Born in Washington, D.C., Mr. Carroll was a resident of Chester for 35 years, coming from the Twin Oaks section of Upper Chichester. Service: 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Minshall-Shropshire-Bleyler Funeral Home, 608 S. Middletown Road, Media. A licensed funeral director will assist you in making the proper funeral arrangements for your loved one. He later earned his diploma from Merrillville High school. He is survived by his long-time girlfriend of 40 plus years, Christine Hartman. Visitation 10 a.m. Saturday until the time of the service at the funeral home. Joseph Uff, 31,EntrepreneurJoseph Uff, 31, of Aston, an entrepreneur known for his courage, zest for life and love for family and friends, died on his birthday April 12, at home.Born in Sharon Hill, Mr. Uff spent most of his life in Aston and Philadelphia. He was also a member of Cripple Creek Golf Club near Bethany Beach, Del., where he was senior champion in 2000. LABAR, Marvil Irene Of Flint, age 95, died Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at Brookdale Memory Care. Survivors: His wife, Hazel L. Geyer Lee of Atlanta; sons, Harvey T. Lee Jr. of Charlottesville, Va., and David C. Lee of Atlanta; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.Services and Burial: Privately held in Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, Upper Darby. Chriss daughters whom Ronald raised and treated as his own daughters: Rebecca Fish and Michelle Bailey (Richard). Box 405, Media, PA 19063, or Admin. Messages run for up to one year and you can stop at any time. All Rights Reserved. Grandsons, Ryan (Masie) and Daniel Marvil. Her world revolved around her family. He also owned and operated various banking services.Mr. He loved attending live sporting events and went to nearly every Super Bowl, Final Four, World Series, NBA All-Star Game and Olympics over the past 15 years. We would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. The family relocated from Blue Island, IL to Merrillville, IN where he received his early education from Hosford Park Elementary and Lake Ridge Middle School. He was an avid Eagles, Phillies, Sixers and Flyers fan.Survivors: His father, Joseph Uff, and his wife, Eileen Uff, of Sicklerville, N.J.; his mother, Deborah King, and her husband, Louis King, of Aston; a brother, Brendan King; sisters, Deborah Uff Moluf, Valerie Uff Dougherty, Jacqueline Uff Carroll, Shannon King, Caitlin Uff, Colleen Uff and Nora Uff; four nephews and one niece.Mass: 11 a.m. Friday at St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church, Concord Road, Aston. Williams-Lombardo-McBreaty Funeral Home. He was predeceased by his daughter, Nancy, who died in childhood, and his brother Robert Thorbahn. He later worked at the Tyler Arboretum. Mr. Rothenberger was known for his war stories, his dry sense of humor and his gruff exterior that hid his soft heart.He was a longtime member of the Free & Associated Masons.Mr. Richard Charles Miller, 61,Glenolden resident; historian Richard Charles Miller, 61, of Glenolden, died April 11 at home.Born in Allentown, Mr. Miller lived half his life in California before moving to Glenolden.He graduated from Temple University with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, Summa Cum Laude. Marvil Ann will be missed by all that knew her.Marvil Ann is survived by her children; Roy Lee Plackemeier and wife Janet, of Carrollton, MO, William Robert Plackemeier and wife Sandra, of Gower, MO, Fredy Plackemeier and wife Wanda, of Gower, MO, Marty Plackemeier and wife Diana, of Oklahoma City, OK; one brother, Ernest Sarbaugh and wife Earlene, of Carrollton, MO; nine grandchildren, Melanie Barone and husband Paul, Keri Johnson and husband Matthew, Nathan Plackemeier and wife Amanda, Sara Archer and husband Eric, Seth Plackemeier and wife Anna, Sidney Plackemeier, Austin Plackemeier and wife Tiffany, Taylor Plackemeier and wife Casey, and Jordan Plackemeier; and six great-grandchildren.Marvil Ann was preceded in death by one brother, Lewis and one sister, Ruth both in infancy.Visitation will be held Friday, February 12, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Bittiker Funeral Home, 1201 North US 65 Highway in Carrollton, MO.Funeral Services will be held Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Carrollton, MO. ; stepson, Kyle Moore of Philadelphia; stepdaughter, Angela Davis of Philadelphia; eight grandchildren.Service: 11 a.m. Friday, Community Baptist Church, 325 W. 7th St., Chester, with Masonic service at 10:30 a.m.Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Catherine B. This five-man Commission, chaired by Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey, established a watchful eye over discrimination in employment, coined the phrase affirmative action, and led to corporations nationwide adopting the certified designation equal opportunity employer. He was the husband of the late Dolores Gooden, who died in 1996.Survivors: Five children, Diane, Arthur, Emory Washington Jr., Darien Washington, Mala Washington, and Lance Washington; a sister, Kathleen Simmons; four brothers, Charles Burgess, Frank Burgess, Vernon Burgess and Charles E. Burgess; and a grandson.

The family will assemble at 1334 Martin Luther King Way, Chester.Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Earl L. Foster Funeral Home, 1100 Kerlin Street, Cheater, and 8-10 a.m. Friday at the church. He was especially close to his oldest nephew Camryn. Following Mr. Maglios tenure at PECO, he was instrumental in bringing the first true discount liquor mart to the South Jersey shore. Privacy | Copyright 2010 - 22 Bittiker Funeral Homes, LLC. Lambert A. Weber, 71,Insurance agentLambert A. Weber, 71, of Millsboro, Del., insurance agent, died April 12 at his home.Born in Darby, he was raised in Collingdale and has resided in Millsboro since 2003. Following high school, Marvil Ann worked as a cook for Carrollton School District for thirty-three years, the Carrollton Country Club and Coach Inn. He also attended Cabrini College.He was an entrepreneur, owning and operating various businesses across the United States. She was very close with her nieces and nephews and lived life to the fullest.Miss Klina was a member of St. James Episcopal Church in Prospect Park, where she served on the vestry and once served as a Sunday school teacher.She was a daughter of the late James M. Klina.Survivors: Mother, Doris Klina of Prospect Park; brothers, James Klina of Jackson, N.J., Frank Klina of Prospect Park, Richard Klina of Glenolden; sisters, Joanne Klina Burns of Prospect Park, Janice Whitmore of Bridgeport, N.J., Margaret Keenan of Ridley Park, Susan Murphy of Haddonfield, N.J.; nieces and nephews; grandnieces and grandnephews.Service: 11 a.m. Friday, St. James Episcopal Church, 11th and Lincoln avenues, Prospect Park.Visitation: 7-9 p.m. Thursday and 9-10 a.m. Friday, Griffith Funeral Chapel, 520 Chester Pike, in Norwood.Burial: Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, Lower Chichester Township.Contributions: St. James Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, 11th & Lincoln avenues, Prospect Park, PA 19076. Condolences may be made online at He was a member of the Wallingford Presbyterian Church. Theresa A. Corrigan Trombetti, 46,Clifton Heights homemakerTheresa A. Corrigan Trombetti, 46, of Clifton Heights, died April 12 at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.Born in Philadelphia, Mrs. Trombetti attended Haverford High School and lived in Havertown before moving to Clifton Heights.She was a homemaker. Your email will not be used for any other purpose. Mrs. Meixell was born in Coatesville.She was a devoted mother, homemaker and caregiver to her grandson. He visited nearly every state in the country. Funeral Home website by. A great athlete, he enjoyed sports throughout his life. He retired in 1985.He was a Navy veteran of World War II. This led to working on Plans for progress, a cooperative program of President Linden B. Johnsons Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. Service: 11 a.m. today at Swarthmore Presbyterian Church.Burial: Private.Contributions: Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, 727 Harvard Ave., Swarthmore, PA 19081 or Untours Foundation, P.O. She even had a Kansas City Star paper route! Marvil Ann also had an eye for fantastic jewelry and sported many pieces. Each arrangement is guaranteed to be handcrafted and delivered fresh by a reputable local florist.Click here for directions to Marvil Funeral Home, - Up to 8 full color photos of your facility, Click here for directions to Marvil Funeral Home. He was a former resident of Brookhaven.Mr. All Rights Reserved. Alvin S. Sam Mallory, 68,Retired printer; Brookhaven residentAlvin S. Sam Mallory, 68, of Brookhaven, a retired printer, died April 4 at the Wallingford Nursing Home.He was born in Philadelphia. Burial will be held at Oak Hill Cemetery. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 31, 2019 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road, Pastor Steve Wood officiating. We invite you to use our commenting platform to engage in insightful conversations about issues in our community. He is survived by his brother Robert (Bob) Marvil (Dawn) of Laurel, De and their children Patrick (Amy) and Matthew (Abbey) of Laurel, De and their children Hunter, Copelin, Leiland, Averi and Claire. He retired in 2014. If you would like to leave a memorial in memory of Marvil Ann, the family suggests memorials be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church Radio Fund, Meals On Wheels or Preferred Hospice. Dorothea Dottie Samuels, 80,Formerly of Drexel HillDorothea K. Dottie Kriebel Samuels, 80, formerly of the Drexel Hill section of Upper Darby, a devoted wife and loving mother, died April 13 at Fair Acres Geriatric Center in Middletown.Born in Downingtown, Mrs. Samuels attended Chester High School for a short time and was a Class of 1945 graduate of Glen Burnie High School in Maryland.She settled in Drexel Hill after marriage and in 1989 moved to Three Springs, Pa., where she lived her later years at Dreams End.Before retirement, Mrs. Samuels was a secretary for the Delaware County Regional Court for 15 years and formerly worked at Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Locomotive Works in Lima. She married Victor LaBar on May 30, 1942. Tiberi was a member of Our Lady of Peace Church in the Milmont Park section of Ridley Township. He was a very spiritual person and would often be happy to share his beliefs with others. Rose Mary Lintner, 83,Retired wiremanRose Mary Lintner, 83, of Marydel, Del., died April 15 at Silver Lake Center in Dover, Del.Born July 6, 1924 in Philadelphia, she worked as a wireman for Tecnicktrol, Inc. in Philadelphia, before retiring at the age of 65.In her spare time, Mrs. Lintner enjoyed crocheting, completing puzzles and spending time with her great-grandchildren.She was a member of the Roman Catholic Church.Mrs. In his younger years he enjoyed his Mopar cars, surf fishing, camping and watching Nascar. He was a drywall contractor for more than 50 years.Survivors: Wife, Patricia J. Lloyd Kenney; daughter, Kathleen Williams; sons, James, Joseph and Robert Kenney, Richard and Thomas Lloyd; brothers, Charles J. Kenney, Jr., William Kenney; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.Service: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Kaniefski-Kendus-DAnjolell Memorial Homes, 3900 West 9th Street, Trainer.Visitation: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.Burial: Private.Contributions: The Kenney Family, c/o Debbie Lloyd, P.O. Sharon Louise Stricker, 56,Aramark employeeSharon Louise Stricker, 56, a lifelong resident of Lester, Tinicum Township, died April 13 at Crozer-Chester Medical Center.Born in Chester, she was a graduate of Interboro High School.Miss Stricker was a cashier for Aramark at the Boeing cafeteria.She was a former member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lester Fire Co. She was a member of the Ladys Auxiliary of VFW, Fox Smith Post. He attended Southern High School in South Philadelphia and graduated from the former Pennsylvania Military College, now Widener University.A lobbyist for the Philadelphia Electric Co., his career began as a meter reader. 300. Volpe was devoted to her home and to her family, as a homemaker. Your email will not be used for any other purpose. Our Staff | Ron graduated in 1965 from Seaford Senior High School. Ronald served in the US Army and was in the Vietnam war. He was a member of the ASU Mens Cross Country and Field team, and played a variety of other sports during high school and college. To send flowers He was the son of Marvil and Tawana Johnson. Should you care to express your sympathy by sending the gift of flowers, simply click the button to the right to get started. He was a graduate of Lehigh University.He worked for PECO as an engineer superintendent of substations for 45 years, retiring in 1995. Miss Klina also loved her two Shih Tzu, Pookie and Suki. Marvil Ann Plackemeier, age 80, of Carrollton, MO passed away Sunday, February 7, 2016 at Carroll House.Marvil Ann was born July 24, 1935 to Marvin and Ernestine (Kruse) Sarbaugh in Carroll County, Missouri.Marvil Ann attended Baker Elementary, Bogard Grade School and graduated from Carrollton High School in 1953. Marcus was a talented seamstress who loved to do handwork. She retired to Fort Myers Beach, Fla. with her husband before moving to Walnut Creek 14 years ago.Mrs. He was preceded in death by his grandfather Marvin Johnson and uncles Ralph Johnson, Willie Simmons, Kenneth Johnson, and George Garolds Jr. and aunt MaryAnn Simmons. During this time he would often meditate and study things like religion, history and personal growth. to the family or plant a tree She was a clerk for Kmart before her retirement in 1993.Mrs. He received many awards and accolades for his lectures and speeches to young hopeful professionals on college campuses nationwide.The founding publisher of Project Magazine, Inc., he was influential in the fields of education, recruitment, and professional career development. Marvil touched many lives that he came across and put a lot of love into everything he did. There will be no viewing after the eulogy.Burial: Haven Memorial Cemetery, Chester Township. She loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren very much. ; sisters, Loretta Harding of Washington, D.C., Ollie Grimseley of Wilmington, Del. Terms of Use | He was a very handsome and photogenic person who wasnt afraid to express himself in front of a camera. Ronald was born on September 23, 1947 in Dover, De to the late Granville and late Evelyn Marvil. Carl E. Rothenberger, 92,World War II veteranCarl E. Rothenberger, 92, of Ridley Park, church member, died Feb. 18 at Rose Tree Place Assisted Living.Born in Reading, he served a tour of duty with the Navy Sea Bees in World War II.He was employed as a department head at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard for many years until his retirement.After settling in Ridley Park, he and his wife became faithful members of the Ridley Park United Methodist Church. In 1961, fresh from working with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under Gov. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Philadelphia.Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. He was the father of the late Theodore Brown and the son of the late Leo S. Holmes Sr.Survivors: Wife, Linda Thompson Holmes; sons, Leo S. Holmes III of Eddystone, Joseph Holmes of Chester; mother, Julia Collins Holmes of Chester; sister, Artelia Holmes Alexander of Wilmington, Del. Nicholas H. Greene, 77,Nether Providence resident; retired engineerNicholas H. Greene, 77, of Nether Providence, a retired PECO engineer, died April 13 at Riddle Memorial Hospital.Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Greene was a resident of Nether Providence for most of his life. He was a member of the American Legion, Nanticoke Post # 6 and a Lifetime member of VFW both of Seaford. Service: 10 a.m. Friday at the Cavanagh Family Funeral Home, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood.Visitation: 7-9 p.m. Thursday and after 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.Burial: Greenmount Cemetery, Philadelphia.Contributions: Crozer Hospice, One Medical Center Blvd., Upland, PA 19013. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War, having served in Germany.Survivors: Wife, Liz Walters Greene; daughters, Karen Greene Swensen of Greenville, Ohio, Gail Greene of Malvern, Laurie Greene Herbein of Middletown; sisters, Ann Smullen of Pennsylvania, Priscilla Osgood of Devon; two grandsons.Service: 1 p.m. Friday at the Wallingford Presbyterian Church, Brookhaven and Avondale roads, Wallingford, Nether Providence.Burial: Private.Contributions: Tyler Arboretum, 515 Painter Road, Media, PA 19063.Arrangements: James M. Brower Funeral Home, Wallingford. Kenney enjoyed fishing, playing cards and horse racing. He was a graduate of Sun Valley High School and earned a degree from Arizona State University (ASU). Canals Discount Liquor Mart of Mays Landing still operates today as a viable business, due to his efforts.He was an U.S. Navy veteran.His memberships included Epiphany Cathedral in Venice. Mr. Mallory was a printer for Chilton and numerous other printing companies before retiring from Foxfire Printing and Packaging in Delaware. Burial in Great Lakes National Cemetery at a later date. Ernest L. Sonny Carroll Sr.,Auto service technicianErnest L. Sonny Carroll Sr., of Chester, died April 12 at Belvedere Nursing Home in Chester. Mary Jean DeVoe Volpe, 88,Lansdowne homemakerMary Jean DeVoe Volpe, 88, a longtime Lansdowne resident, died April 12 at Harlee Manor Nursing Home in Springfield.Born in Emporium, Pa. to the late Frederick and Jean McNarney DeVoe, she has lived in Lansdowne for the past 52 years. He was the father of the late Ernest Eugene Pete Carroll Jr., the brother of the late Wilford Carroll and Celia Ford, and the stepfather of the late Tracey Wilson, Glenn Wilson and David Wilson.Survivors: Wife, Ethel M. Wilson Carroll; daughters, Barbara Jean Scott of Chester and Norma Ernestine Johnson of Boothwyn; stepsons, Clifford Wilson Jr. of Aston, Geary Wilson Sr. of Upper Darby, Paul Wilson of Chester and Westley Wilson of Lancaster, Calif.; stepdaughter, Dinetta Gordon of Wilmington, Del. Clara Louise Marcus,Seamstress; former Media residentClara Louise Marcus, of Walnut Creek, Calif., died peacefully April 6 at home.Born July 18, 1918 in Pittman, N.J., she grew up in Philadelphia and reared her family in Media. Wasyl Bolonka, 84,Former General Motors employeeWasyl Bolonka, 84, of Port St. Lucie, Fla., and formerly of the Boothwyn section of Upper Chichester, died April 10 in Florida.Born in Ukraine, he lived in Boothwyn for 25 years before moving to Florida more than one year ago.He worked for General Motors for 25 years in Wilmington, Del. He was known for his sense of style and had an eye for fashion. Miller worked as a historian.He was a member of the Chester County Historical Society, the GAR Museum and Library and the American Historical Society.He was a member of the Temple Political Science Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha, and the Temple History Honor Society, Pi Alpha Theta.He enjoyed baseball and collegiate wrestling.He met Bob Hope, Donald OConner, Jim Neighbors and Howard Cossell.He was the son of the late Betty Jane Miller.Survivors: Wife of 25 years, Phyllis D Miller of Glenolden; father, Arthur H. Miller; son, Grant A. Miller of Glenolden; brother, Dale A. Miller.Service: Private.Burial: Private.Arrangements: Cavanagh Cremation Services Inc., Norwood.Contributions: Grand Army of the Republic, Museum and Library 4278 Griscom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19124-3954. Donations: Fair Acres Geriatric Center, 340 N. Middletown Road, Media, PA 19063. Our Calendar | Terms of Use | Great Grandson Mack Marvil. Enter your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. Uff loved traveling and spending time with his family. Admin. He is also survived by his sons, Ron Marvil Jr. (Brenda) of Galestown, Md and Pierre AKA PG (Michelle) of Seaford, De.

We might permanently block any user who abuses these conditions. She was a member and secretary for the Military Order of the Cootie, Delaware County Chapter 46.She was the daughter of the late Margaret McDonald Stricker and the sister of the Janet Kenish.Survivors: Father, Franklin Stricker of the Lester section of Tinicum Township; sister, Joyce Robertson of Chester; brother, Frank Stricker of Aldan. Granddaughters: Diane Hartman, Tiara Patchett, Marilyn Partusch and Allison Partusch, Cheyenne Hartman, Great Grandchildren Brandum Hartman and Adeline and 2 more on the way. ; sister, Catherine Murray of Lansdowne; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.Service: 8 p.m. Friday, Pippin Funeral Home, 119 West Camden-Wyoming Avenue, Wyoming, Del. to the family or plant a tree in memory of RONALD G MARVIL, please visit our floral store. Enter your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. She was the widow of Jack G. Samuels, who died in 2002 and with whom she shared 53 years of marriage. He was a machinist at Boeing-Vertol Helicopter plant in Morton, then at Boeing in Essington for more than 33 years. Vera A. DeJoseph Tiberi, 85,Retired Kmart clerkVera A. DeJoseph Tiberi, 85, of the Folsom section of Ridley Township, a retired clerk, died April 13 at Little Flower Manor in Darby.Mrs. He was a former member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Twin Oaks, where he was an usher and trustee. Marvil you were the Sonshine to our lives and you will be greatly missed.

He was a former member of St. Madeline Church in Ridley Park and Epiphany Church in Long Port. She was the widow of Francis Tiberi. She was a member of the Drexel Hill Church of the Brethren. Emory W. Washington Sr., 78, Publisher and civil rights advocate Emory Winfield Washington Sr., 78, of the Wallingford section of Nether Providence, a prominent magazine publisher, civil rights advocate, pioneer in equal employment opportunity, and professional career development and recruitment, died April 1 at his home.Born in Baltimore, Md., he grew up on a family farm in the small town of Ellicott City, Md., where he graduated high school before entering the U.S. Marine Corps and completing studies at the University of Maryland.After completing a liberal arts education at what was then Maryland State College, Mr. Washington moved to Philadelphia and became involved in politics and government. Plan Ahead | Even though he was never known to speak of the war you could tell he was proud to have served in the Army, by the fact that he would not leave the house without his favorite Vietnam Veterans hat, which he was cremated wearing. He retired in 1992 after 38 years of service. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Marple.Contributions: Little Flower Manor, 1201 Springfield Road, Darby, PA 19023Arrangements: James F. Knoetgen Funeral Home, Morton. She was the daughter of the late Donald and Edith Harvey Kriebel and the sister of the late Dean Kriebel.Survivors: Daughters, Deborah S. Santucci and Diane Samuels Murray, both of Drexel Hill; sons, Ray Francis Samuels of Three Springs, Jack Gordon Samuels of West Chester; brothers, Donald Kriebel and Dennis Kriebel; 12 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.Service: 8 p.m. Thursday at the Frank C. Videon Funeral Home, 2001 Sproul Road, Broomall.Visitation: 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Marvil Timothy Johnson ( Moo-Moo) was born on October 20th, 1992 in Oak Lawn, IL. The Funeral Finder flower shop offers a wide selection of wreaths, sprays, and plants designed to fit any budget. Bush was a homemaker.She was a member of St. Matthews CME Church in the Twin Oaks section of Upper Chichester for more than 60 years, where she served as an usher, missionary, trustee and youth mentor.Mrs. Mr. Uff enjoyed watching and playing sports. We reserve the right at all times to remove any information or materials that are unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable to us, and to disclose any information necessary to satisfy the law, regulation, or government request. We would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. Our Locations | Granddaughters Ella and Ava Marvil. She was a graduate of Chester public schools and Delaware County School of Nursing.Mrs. ; 15 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and other relatives.Service: 11 a.m. Friday at Calvary Baptist Church, 1616 W. Second St., Chester.Visitation: 9-11 a.m. Friday at the church.

He is widely regarded as a pioneer in event licensed-product and ticket sales. She enjoyed going to the cabin on Fife Lake. Weber was a retired insurance agent who had been employed by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and Prudential Insurance Company for 32 years.Most recently, he was the owner of Lams Handyman Services and also loved driving his resort bus in Rehobeth Beach, Del.He was a son of the late John and Beatrice Moyer Weber.Survivors: Wife, Judith Specht OLeary-Weber; daughter, Melissa Weber of Collingswood, N.J.; sons, Carl Weber of Lansdowne, Stephen Weber of Drexel Hill; step-sons, Joseph OLeary of Concordville, Daniel OLeary of Tabernacle, Pa.; step-daughter, Briget OLeary of Portland, Oregon; brothers, Gerard Weber of Millsboro, Del., Bernie Weber of Dover, Del. There will be no viewing after the eulogy.Burial: Private. He was a forklift operator and loader for Kimberly-Clark Corp. in Chester.Mr. Laws Funeral Home, 2126 W. 4th St., Chester, and 9-10:30 a.m. Friday at the church. Marvil was born in Pontiac, Michigan on March 16, 1924, the daughter of the late Berger and Dorothy (Jenkins) Miller. She attended and graduated from West Chester University in 1974 with a major in special education.Miss Klina worked for Elwyn Institute as an education supervisor at the Davidson School for 33 years and retired in 2005.She enjoyed traveling and loved Long Beach Island, vacationing there every summer for many years.

Condolences may be sent online at Copyright 2018 - 22 SWARTZ FUNERAL HOME. William H. Patterson Jr., 87,Baldwin Locomotive supervisorWilliam H. Patterson Jr., 87, of Darby, died April 14 at St. Francis Country House in Darby.A lifelong Darby resident, Mr. Patterson was a Class of 1938 graduate of Darby High School.Retiring in 1982, Mr. Patterson was a supervisor for Baldwin Locomotive for 25 years.He was a son of the late William H. Paterson Sr. and Elizabeth Frick Patterson.Survivors: Son, William H. Patterson III of Lansdowne; daughter, Karen W. Patterson of Meutchen, N.J.Service: Noon Friday at Marvil Funeral Home, 1110 Main St., Darby.Visitation: After 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.Burial: Arlington Cemetery.Arrangements: Marvil Funeral Home of Darby. To send flowers There will be no viewing before the eulogy.Burial: Haven Memorial Cemetery, Chester Township.Arrangements: Hunt Irving Funeral Home, Chester Township and Media.Condolences: May be e-mailed to Holmes was an Army veteran. He often donated his own snowblower, lawn tractor and various maintenance tools to the church.Mr. Rothenberger was widower of Sarah Elizabeth Moses, who died in 2004 after 58 years of marriage.Survivors: Sister-in-law, Betty Hopkins-Moses; nieces and nephews and their children; friends and neighbors.Service: 2 p.m. Saturday, Ridley Park United Methodist Church, Swarthmore Avenue and Dupont Street, Ridley Park.Burial: Private in Springbrook, Pa.Arrangements: Griffith Funeral Chapel, Norwood.

Bush was the sister of Angus Rivers, Thomas Rivers, Johnnie Stewart, Kery Stewart, Jackson Stewart, Ella Stewart and Bessie Stewart.Services: 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Matthews CME Church, 2349 Thomas Ave., Twin Oaks.Visitation: 9-11 a.m. Thursday at the church.
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