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December 31, 2020

     Obituaries and/or corrections will be accepted from the funeral home or service entrusted with the arrangements. They will work with you to place an obituary notice. Obituaries will be accepted by fax at 215-679-5077, or via e-mail at townandcountry@upvnews. com.

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March 26, 2020

            Robert C. Schlick, 75, of Zieglerville and formerly Phoenixville, passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2020 in the Frederick Living Community.

            He was the husband of the late Margaret L. (nee Weldon) Schlick.

            Born in Philadelphia in 1944, he was a son of the late Frederick J. & Vinita M.  (nee Bergenstock) Schlick.

            Robert was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, serving in Vietnam.

            He is survived by his close friends and extended family.

            Funeral services will be held privately.

            Arrangements are entrusted to the Huff & Lakjer Funeral Home, Lansdale.

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March 25, 2020

            John W. Weldner, Jr., of Parrish, Florida, passed on Thursday, March 12, 2020. He was born in Sumneytown, Pennsylvania, on November 29, 1940, to John W. Weldner and Viola Reed Weldner.

            After graduating from ROTC and Penn State University in 1962, John completed active duty in the Army Infantry Division to include a tour at the 38th parallel between North and South Korea.

            John was married to Eileen Miklosovic, until her death in 1991, where they resided in the Los Angeles, California area.  During his successful 40 year career in the insurance industry in California, John nurtured many meaningful, lasting friendships.

            A proud Penn State alumni, John followed all collegiate sports.  Golf provided him a challenge while enjoying the company of friends and cruising satisfied John's wanderlust.

            John was a man of keen intellect and strength of character.  He was a loyal friend.

            John was proceeded in death by his father, mother and wife.  John is survived by his sister, Donna (Jeff) Slack, his nieces Stacie and Shannon, his sister-in-law Margaret (Peg) and brother-in-law Allan Voorhis and companion, Linda.

            A memorial service and burial in Sumneytown, Pennsylvania, will be announced. The family suggests memorials to charities of your choice in John's name.

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March 24, 2020

            David A. Jago, 54 of Pennsburg, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, March 12, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Kimberly, daughters, Sophie and Emma; sisters, Vanessa, wife of Joseph Meredith, and Jennifer Jago; brother, Frank Jago and wife, Ruthann; and nieces and nephews.

            Born in Princeton, NJ on February 24, 1966, he was the son of the late Rev. Dr. Frank Jago and Marjorie (McCoy) Jago. David was a graduate of Rancocas Valley Regional High School and attended Boston University. He was a member of Kappa Kappa Psi at Boston University (a National Honorary Band Fraternity.)

            His passion for music extended into being part of a saxophone quartet playing at coffee houses on campus; and later in life he enjoyed playing with local bands, musicians, and colleagues.

            David worked as a Sales Engineer within the Multi Media Technology Industry and was highly respected by his clients and colleagues. David's friends loved his kind, caring and thoughtful nature.

            He was a British Car enthusiast and enjoyed partaking in the annual "America's British Reliability Run" through Ragtops and Roadsters in Perkasie.

            A memorial service will be held at a later time.

            Arrangements entrusted to Mann-Slonaker Funeral Home, East Greenville. Please offer condolences to the family at www.mannslonakerfuneralhome.com.  

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March 19, 2020

            Frederick C. Hornung, 82 of Pennsburg, died peacefully under hospice care

on Friday, March 6, 2020. He was born in Philadelphia, the son of the late Dora and Carl Hornung.

            He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Evelyn of nearly 59 years, and their daughter, Deborah Wood, her husband, Matthew and their children, Peter, Julia and Jackson; their daughter, Sandra Beauparlant and her sons, Trevor and Alec; and his brother, Paul Werner Hornung and his wife, Annemarie and their children and grandchildren.

            Fred was a master finish carpenter. He enjoyed woodworking from the time he was a young man, apprenticed as a cabinet maker, worked in a cabinet shop for a lumber and millwork company, and went into business with several partners building homes and then later settled into finish carpentry. As he retired, he loved making doll houses, wooden toys and creating Intarsia woodworking pieces. In his spare time, he enjoyed gardening, nature and ...



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