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George T. Atchley, Jr., of Doylestown, PA died on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at the Community at Rock Hill. He was 73.
Born in Trenton, NJ, he was the son of the late George T. Atchley, Sr. and Jean Bamford.
George had a successful career in sales and management. He enjoyed golf, visiting the Outer Banks of North Carolina and spending time with his family.
He is survived by his son Scott M. Atchley and his wife Lisa Anne of Perkasie and his two adoring grandchildren; Lauren Mary Atchley and Matthew Scott Atchley.
His funeral service and interment were held in Harbourton Cemetery, Lambertville, NJ and were private.
In lieu of flowers contributions in his memory may be made to The University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center via this link https://give.unc.edu/donate?p=lcgo&f=373724
Wayne Smith of Quakertown died peacefully on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at The Village at LifeQuest in Quakertown. He was 80. Wayne was the loving husband of Judith M. Allen Smith, with whom he had shared 42 years of marriage. Born in Baltimore, MD he was the son of the late Norris Howard Smith and Marie Elizabeth Dellosso Smith.
In addition to his wife, Wayne leaves behind his children, Mark Smith of Bethlehem, and his wife Denise, Gordon Smith of Collegeville, and his wife Michelle, and Carole Casale and her husband Charles of New Britain; and his step-children, Cheryl Baldt and her husband Thomas of South Dennis, NJ, Michael Parsons and his wife Dawn of Queen Creek, AZ, Ronald Parsons of Lansdale, and Wayne Parsons and his wife Pam of Perkasie. Wayne was pre-deceased by step-son John Parsons. He is also survived by grandchildren Rachel, Ryan, Tyler, Megan, Erica, Dylan, Mari, Andrew, Ella, Matthew, Gregory and his wife Kristine, Charles and his wife Angelica, Kelly and her husband Bryan, Jennie, Tim, Nick, Isaiah and great-grandchildren Katrina, Skylar, Michael, Dominic, Jacob, Lacee, Bryan, Andrew, Thomas and Julia. Wayne is also survived by his loving sister Carole Reynolds of Towson, MD.
Wayne was a 1961 graduate of the University of Baltimore. He was a member of Kappa Sigma Kappa fraternity. He proudly served as a Staff Sargent in the United States Army Reserve, starting in 1957, and was honorably discharged in 1963.
Wayne worked for Tastykake for 35 years, starting as a substitute driver and eventually owning the King of Prussia/Norristown area distribution route until his retirement in 2013.
Wayne was a volunteer fireman in Warrington for over 20 years. As Civil War history buffs, Wayne and Judith were also actively involved for many years with Historical Impressions of America, through which they enjoyed years of living history experiences with friends and fellow historians.
Services and interment will be held at a later time. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to American Lung Association, 527 Plymouth Road, Suite 415, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 or the American Battlefields Trust (battlefields.org), an organization working to preserve America’s Civil War battlefields, 1140 Professional Court, Hagerstown, MD 21740.}
Lieutenant Patrick J. Curley, of Philadelphia, PA died on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, with his family by his side. He was 59.
He was the beloved husband of 38 years to Mildred M. Wolf Curley who passed just 17 days earlier on March 7th.
Born in Philadelphia, he was a son of Dr. John B. and Mary Joan Birchill Curley.
He is survived by his two sons Patrick J. Curley Jr. and his wife Teresa of Philadelphia and Ryan M. Curley of Philadelphia, his three brothers Dr. John Curley and his wife Kathy of Carefree, AZ, Dr. Terrence Curley and his wife Cindy of Langhorne, Michael Curley and his wife Linda of Langhorne, his two sisters Mary Lou Cardie and her husband Paul of Dublin, PA and Kathryn Tilson and her husband Doug of Blacklick, OH. He is also survived by his three adoring grandchildren; Patrick, Gavin, Sophie.
"To Serve and Protect," Pat honored that motto both as a Lieutenant in the Philadelphia Police Department and as a devoted father to Patrick and Ryan and grandfather to Patrick, Gavin, and Sophie. He was a loving and loyal sibling and friend to many. He always put others' needs before his own. He served his son, Ryan, who has special needs in a completely selfless manor for 35 years. Pat performed all of his duties, both personal and professional, with quiet dignity and kindness.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions his interment will be held privately by the family. A public gathering, funeral mass and Philadelphia Police Honors will be held at a future date.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge # 5, 11630 Caroline Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154.
Huong Thi Nguyen of Doylestown died peacefully on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at Briarleaf Nursing Center in Doylestown. She was 84.
Born in Vietnam, Huong was the wife of the late Ba Van Nong and the daughter of the late Huong Van Nguyen and Mao Thi Nguyen.
Surviving are her loving and devoted children: Nguyet Anh Nong, Nga Anh Nong, Son Hoang Nong, Mai Anh Nong, and Van Hoang Nong. She is also survived by many loving grandchildren, brothers, sisters, Brothers/sisters-in-law, and relatives that reside in both Vietnam and the United States of America.
Services and interment will be private.}
James J. Conley, Jr., of Richboro, Pennsylvania entered into eternal peace on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. He was 79.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife and best friend of 50 years Rosemarie E. Conley, and he was the devoted son of the late James and Elizabeth (McDermott) Conley. James is survived by his loving children and their spouses; Rosemarie Boutilier and her husband Jason, James Conley and his wife Michele. James was also survived by his six grandchildren: Timothy; James, Jr.; Brendan; Joseph; John-Patrick; and Cassie Rose, by his siblings, Elizabeth Ann Sullivan (Dennis); Joan Roman (Michael); Gerard Conley (Maria); Joseph Conley (Theresa); Michael Conley (Susan), by numerous nieces and nephews, and by many special extended family and friends.
James was born on January 9, 1941 in Juniata Park, Philadelphia, attended Holy Innocents Catholic School, and graduated from North Catholic High School, Villanova University and Temple University. James resided for many years with his family in Richboro.
James was a partner and co-founder of Liberty Graphics Systems, Inc. for over 25 years before retiring. James was an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph’s University and Holy Family College where he taught Business Purchasing and Marketing. In his retirement years, James worked as the business manager for Saint Ephrem Catholic Church in Bensalem, Pennsylvania.
James loved spending time with his wife and traveling companion Rosemarie as they would always look for new and exciting locations to discover together. Whether they were cruising to an exotic location around the world, taking in a Notre Dame football game in South Bend, catching numerous Phillies Spring Training games, or heading down to Wildwood Crest, the destination never mattered as long as they were together. As a fan of all of the Philadelphia sports teams, especially Villanova basketball, James always donned a hat or some other form of regalia honoring his beloved teams. Each New Year’s Day, James could be found doing the Mummer’s strut to his favorite String Band, Ferko, on Broad Street or in his living room.
James’ most treasured times were spent with his family. He loved and adored his six grandchildren. “Pop” would go to as many sporting events, robotics competitions, and concerts that he was able to attend. He loved playing cards with the kids, telling them old stories and challenging them to bocce games on the beaches of Wildwood Crest. Time spent with his family brought him so much joy and happiness.
Funeral services and interment will be announced at a later date.}
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