Obituaries
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Catherine “Cassie” Frazer, a Chestnut Hill artist and former teacher at the Henry Houston School in Mt. Airy, found a muse in the many pets that she painted. more
After a long and courageous struggle, Janet Irene Elfant passed away on Feb. 18.  more
Dr. Joseph Washington Price IV was an unconventional doctor who called himself a “holistic” medical practitioner. more
Camilla Harrington was a longtime Springfield Township poll worker and Republican committeewoman. more
The Rev. Emily Barr Richards, who made history when she became both the first female and first disabled rector of the church, died Jan. 16. more
If there was an Olympic Games for volunteers, Sara “Sally” Graff Cooke surely would have been a gold medal winner. more
Dr. James Loeb Dannenberg, 96, of Mt. Airy, who practiced dentistry for more than 50 years and taught students at the University of Pennsylvania, died Dec. 17. more
Sylvia Cherong Fein, 107, a brilliant artist, bridge player, World War II American Red Cross volunteer, and much-honored fundraiser died Dec. 3. more
Susan Gray Detweiler, 85, an author, art historian, community volunteer, genealogist and beautiful, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on Dec. 26. more
Tony Williams, an accomplished alto saxophone player who was revered in the Philadelphia music community, died on Nov. 11. more
Stephen “Steve” Blum, 78, who had a long career as a software engineer with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, died Oct. 29. more
Christina (“Chrissy”) J. Visco, of Wyndmoor, the first woman to receive a medical marijuana license in Pennsylvania, died Oct. 19. more
Kevin Saint Clair, 65, a Chestnut Hill resident and recently retired from the Julia R. Masterman School, was hit in a car crash. more
Otto Reichert-Facilides, a celebrated architect whose work includes designing the Academy House in Center City, died Oct. 23. more
Edward E. Russell, 91, of Chestnut Hill, a retired judge in Philadelphia's Family Court and Court of Common Pleas, died Sept. 16. more
Pediatrician and family physician Dr. William “Bill” Mebane III, who practiced for years at Chestnut Hill Hospital, died Oct. 1. more
Cynthia “Cindy” Friedman, an industrial designer, fashion designer and humanitarian who achieved renown for her art quilts, died at age 68. more
Paul Meyer's groundbreaking work in horticulture blooms in habitats around the world, from small row-house gardens to expansive tree-lined arboretums. more
For 20 years, Richard Hill was the cheerful, helpful parking ambassador for Chestnut Hill who greeted visitors and made them feel welcome. more
La Salle College High School's Drew Gordon, the first Philadelphia Catholic League coach from a major sport to win a PIAA state championship, died Sept. 4. more
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