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Joseph A. Fluehr IV - SUPERVISOR
Leonard J. Wojnarowicz of Langhorne, PA died peacefully on Friday, May 29, 2020, at Manor Care of Oxford Valley. He was 79 years old.
Leonard was the beloved husband of 55 years to Marcella M. Wojnarowicz, nee Bonett.
Born in Philadelphia, PA he was the son of the late Joseph and Bertha (Wszolek) Wojnarowicz and the brother of Nancy Nowicki and the late Joseph Wojnarowicz.
Leonard was a proud veteran of the Navy who served as a radarman on the Destroyers USS Conway and USS Stickell.
Leonard, fondly known as Uncle Lenny to most, enjoyed many activities including traveling with his wife, kids, family, and friends. He enjoyed many years camping with his family and hiking, biking, fishing, and most of all eating. He was an accomplished skier who raced with the Polar Bear ski club and taught the sport to many. His favorite sport was golfing and he looked forward to trips with his buddies to play. He and Marcy hosted the annual Cardellino family reunion for 14 years and countless family events including Christmas Eve, Easter, and the famous SuperBowl event. Uncle Lenny was a father-figure and mentor to many kids over the years and is considered one of the nicest guys in the world.
In addition to his beloved wife Marcy, Leonard is survived by his sons: Leonard J. Wojnarowicz Jr. and his wife Colleen of Willow Grove, PA and Gregory Wojnarowicz and his fiancé Kate Murphy of Foxchase, PA. He is also survived by his sister Nancy Nowicki (Edward) and his dear grandchildren: James (Lila), Steven, Joseph, and Isabella.
Due to the National Health Crisis a Gathering and Memorial Mass at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown, PA will be announced for family and friends at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the American Stroke Association, 7272 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75231 or at www.stroke.org.}
Doris M. Moyer of Pine Run Lakeview in Doylestown, PA died peacefully on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. She was 97.
Doris was the beloved wife of the late Donald B. Moyer and the mother of the late Cheryl Moyer Schoening.
Born in Milton PA, she was the daughter of the late Francis Albert and Grace Satteson Peterson.
Doris met the love of her life Donald B. Moyer a young B26 Bomber Pilot in 1938 at the ice cream parlor in Lewisburg. While Don flew missions in the European-African Campaigns, Doris anxiously awaited his return. Doris Graduated from Lewisburg High School in 1941. Shortly after Don’s return from War Doris married him in September of 1944 and they shared a love that would span over half a century.
Doris was the secretary of the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill from 1957 until 1968. She was an avid gardener, loved to sew, knit and crochet. Doris and Don did extensive traveling in the US and loved visiting National Parks and state capitals. They spent the month of February in Deerfield Beach FL each year. They lived in Maryland and moved to Wyndmoor PA and lived there from 1955 until they moved to Pine Run community in 2005. Doris was active at the community and she sung in the chorus, was a member of the trip committee and also the knitting club. She moved to Lakeview Assisted Living in October 2019.
Doris is survived by her loving and devoted daughter: Charlene Moyer Bance and her husband Keith of North Wales and her grandchildren: Jeffrey C Bance and his wife Erika of NYC and Jessica Bance-Vidich and her husband David Vidich of Storrs, CT. She is also survived by her great grandchildren: Radha Bance-Vidich, Simone Bance-Vidich, Hattie Bance-Vidich and 9 nieces and nephews.
Services and interment will be private at Whitemarsh Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 South Main Street, North Wales, PA 19454.}
Vincent Radice of Warrington died peacefully on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at Abington-Jefferson Health Hospital in Lansdale. He was 78.
Born in Trenton, NJ Vinny was the only child of the late Daniel and Mary Marfino Radice.
Vinny was raised in the Chambersburg section of Trenton and was a veteran of the United States Army. He was a great amateur baseball player and participated in local leagues throughout the Trenton area. He was an avid sports fan, with a special affinity for thoroughbred racing and was a great lover of Music, most especially Bruce Springsteen’s album “Born in the USA”.
Vinny was a kind, patient and gentle soul. He was quiet and reserved but could make you laugh with a funny quip or observation. Vinny never had a lot in this world but would share whatever he had. He cared for my mother for many years and for that I am grateful.
Vinny is survived by his loving longtime companion, Joann McColgan of Warrington, her son, Jim McColgan and his wife Jenna of Doylestown and his daughter, Karen McCreesh of Horsham.
Services and interment will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Vinny’s name may be made to the Thoroughbred Charities of America Horses First Fund, P.O. Box 910668 Lexington, KY 40591.}
Alexander McClenaghan Reilley of Huntingdon Valley, PA died on May 26, 2020 at the age of 85 years with his wife by his side.
Al was born to Lillian Mae Reilley and Alexander Reilley Sr. on August 24, 1934 and grew up in Philadelphia with his brother and sister, Joseph Reilley and Lillian Faustino. After graduating from Dobbins High School, Al married his high school sweetheart, Carole Ritting, in 1955. The couple was married for 64 years and had six children.
Al was a graduate of La Salle University and worked as an Operations Manager for Atlantic Bell Telephone Company, until he retired in 1991. Al was a family man and spent much of his time volunteering in the community as a little league baseball coach, a Boy Scout Leader, President of the PTA at Lower Moreland High School, and an Elder of Melrose Carmel Presbyterian Church. In the eyes of his children, Al could fix anything, which is why his C.B. handle was “Mr. Fix It”. Al’s greatest passion was boating and on any summer weekend, you could find him down on his boat, the CARAL. He was the Commander of the Delaware River Power Squadron and taught navigation courses for many years. He was well known for his sweet tooth and love of ice cream, along with his great sense of humor. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Alexander is survived by his wife, Carole Ann Reilley; six children, Carole (David) Coombs, Alexander Reilley III, Diane (George) Reilley-Sengpiel, Robert (Terry) Reilley, Joyce (Scott) Dondanville, Gregory (Beth) Reilley and their families. He was loved by his thirteen grandchildren, Brian, Amanda, Dana, Alexander IV, Robert, Kelley, Mason, Devin, Victoria, Sean, Gage, Cole, and Jillian; and three great-grandchildren, Layla, Robert, and Lainey. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Alexander’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Research Fund at ALZ.com}
Walter Frederick Peters, Sr. of Levittown, Newtown and Warrington, died peacefully on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at Neshaminy Manor Home, Warrington, PA due to complications from COVID-19. Walt was 95 years old.
Born in Atlantic City, NJ, Walt was the beloved husband for 69 years to the late Mary E. Lukas Peters, son of the late Byard and Hilda Freed Peters, and brother of Charlotte Casto (Larry, deceased), the late Byard “Bart” Peters, Jr., and many nieces and nephews.
Walter attended Pleasantville High School in Atlantic City, NJ and served as a proud veteran of the United States Army during WWII. He worked for many years in insurance and as a sales associate for Sears. He enjoyed his family and traveling in his motorhome to FL and the Jersey shore. Walt loved to ski and play golf. He was known for his quick wit and his kind and compassionate spirit. He was quite the handyman around the house and could fix just about anything.
He is survived by his children, W. Fred Peters, Jr. (Cheri) and Barbara Peters Enwright (Jack); grandchildren Jen (Geoff), Lela (Mark), John (Lora), Mike (Lindsey) and Dan; and great grandchildren Paige, Jaycie, Nate, Will, Gabriel, Sam, Ali, and Jack.
Due to current restrictions with the coronavirus, his funeral and interment at Washington Crossing Nat’l Cemetery, Newtown, will be celebrated at a future date.
Contributions in Walter’s memory may be made to the charity of your choice.}
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