I knew Alan from grade school days, from Arrowhead Day Camp and Sunday School. Alan was a bright kid and a great big brother to Carolyn. He was a brilliant Ice Hockey player, a great athlete and and a loyal friend over the years. And the man had charisma. He could talk to anyone and put a smile on your face, make you feel appreciated. Alan was a legend from our class - notorious to some and a hero to others - and he will be missed by many.
on February 26, 2023. Loving brother of Carolyn Davis (Mitchell); Devoted uncle of Danielle and Matthew (Joelle); Dear companion of Sheryl Katz. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services, Wednesday, 2 PM precisely at Laurel Hill West Cemetery (Sec. Southlawn), Bala Cynwyd, PA. Contributions in his memory may be made to Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey, www.rmhsnj.org
I was lucky enough to count Lori as a friend in high school. Although we lost touch after school I have fond memories of Lori. She was a sweet, gentle person and will always be thought of with a smile.
From Edee Jaquith-Simpkins on November 20th, 2012
Lori and I grew up together on Hollis Rd. We were best friends all through elementary school but as often happens we grew up and grew apart. I will always remember her as a kind a gentle soul. You will be forever in my memories dear friend!
From Don Reynolds on November 1st, 2012
Lori was my foster sister, But the most important thing was that she was a great Mother to her two Boys. Rest in peace Sis!
The photo is from 2015, when I visited Diane at her home near Sacramento. Though it had been decades, we immediately clicked into the old friendship, & hung out chatting for hours. Her spirit was bright & welcoming as ever.
From Frank Pembleton on November 21st, 2017
Diane embodied the spirit of Allgates. R.I.P., Dee.
From Cynthia Stenta-Porrini on November 1st, 2017
Diane was my best friend , partner in crime and an amazing person.
She was smart and so very sweet and funny. All of my high school memories are with Diane but my side, I will cherish all of them and remember the good times. Love you Di
Any was my sister-in-law , She was married to my brother Bill for 26 years. Any was a beautiful person both inside and out. Any loved The Lord Jesus with all of her heart. Any would always be there for family or friends to listen, uplift , Pray for and help any way she could. I have been very Blessed to have known her.
From Gwen Peters on November 22nd, 2012
Any was a true woman of God who exhibited her faith and was filled with grace and beauty. I truly miss her, but I know we will meet again in Paradise. She was a blessing to me and I thank God for allowing me to know her.
Born in Drexel Hill to the late William M. and Loretto "Larry" (nee Jarcynski) Renshaw, Daniel was a graduate of Haverford High School, received his Bachelor's degree from Lehigh University and earned his MBA from the University of Michigan, Ross Business School. Daniel was a Wind Farm Developer. Daniel is survived by his siblings Andrew V. Renshaw and Mary C. Donley (Jonathan), his nieces and nephews Brian Renshaw, Christopher Renshaw (Elyse), William Renshaw, Gus Renshaw (Vivian), Sarah Donley, Nathan Donley and Megan Donley. He was pre-deceased by his brothers Stephen W. Renshaw (Karen Renshaw) and Roger L. Renshaw (Joan Hughson). Relatives and friends are invited to Visitation, Friday, May 13, 2016 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM at Annunciation BVM Church, 401 Brookline Blvd., Havertown, PA 19083, followed by his Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM. Interment will be held at Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill, PA. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Daniel's memory to Lehigh University Advancement Gift Processing, 622 Broadhead Avenue, Bethlehem, PA 18015 or The University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Office of University Development, DeptCH 10189, Palantine, IL 60055-01089 would be appreciated.
From Donna Mushrush "Erickson" on November 19th, 2012
May the members of the Class of 77 raise a glass at the 35th Reunion in honor of my dear friend Kathy. She fought the fight and had incredible strength through it all. Kathy was the best friend any one could have... she had a lot of friends. We attended all the reunions together since graduation. Kathy will be dancing from above this year...so take a moment to remember her...she will remain in many hearts forever