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Dr. Nathan Schnall, 99, a longtime Wyndmoor resident, died June 2. more
Donna Reed Miller, a former Philadelphia City Councilmember who represented the 8th District for 16 years, was 77. more
It was a sudden and terrible shock to all those who loved her when 19-year-old Caroline Shea Kyle died in her sleep at home on July 9, 2022. more
Verna Mae Andersen Shmavonian, who served as a director of research and technical staff in Philadelphia City Council, died peacefully in her sleep on April 18. more
Carolyn Louise Van Sciver Armstrong, formerly of Chestnut Hill, died unexpectedly March 27 in Orlando, Florida. more
On March 27, a Philadelphia man was arrested and charged with drunk driving and vehicular homicide in connection with the death of Nala Bloom. more
Eve R. Oshtry, a Holocaust survivor and two-time Teacher of the Year at the Charles W. Henry School, died Feb. 24. more
Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, of the Germantown Jewish Centre in West Mt. Airy, founded the nation’s first national Jewish environmental organization. more
Dorothy F. Cousins, a pioneer whose life encompassed a series of “firsts” in the Philadelphia Police Department and District Attorney's Office, died Feb. 29. more
Walter Joseph Clayton, Jr., 80, of Chestnut Hill, PA, passed away peacefully on March 19, 2024, with his family by his side. more
Dr. George R. Green, of Lafayette Hill, who practiced internal medicine and the subspecialty of allergy and immunology for more than 50 years, died peacefully on Jan. 28. more
Francis (Frank) Paul Cauthorn, a lifelong teacher, coach and athlete who lived in Chestnut Hill for 25 years, died Feb. 9 at the age of 77. more
Sherwin Markman was so modest that many of his fellow residents at Cathedral Village did not know he once had his own White House office. more
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
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