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December 31, 2020

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June 02, 2020

            Hazel J. Beard, 88, of Red Hill, passed away June 2, 2020 at the St. Luke's

Hospice House, Bethlehem.  She was the widow of Galen "Dick" Beard. 

            Born in Pennsburg, she was a daughter of the late Linford and Anna (Rosenberger) Cressman.  Hazel was a member of Pennsburg United Church of Christ, and a life-time member of the Red Hill Sportsman's Assn.

            Surviving are children: Bonny Mallon, of Schwenksville; and Glenn Beard, and his wife Estella, of Red Hill; grandchildren: Steve, Michael and his wife Jerri, Erin, Grant and Samantha; and siblings: Gerald Cressman, and his wife, Judi, of Red Hill; Bruce Cressman, and his wife, Shirley, of Pennsburg; Doris Renninger, of East Greenville; and Mary, wife of James Hunsberger, of Souderton, and her parakeet Cookie.  She was ...



June 01, 2020

            Gifford Farr Booth, Red Hill, PA, former long term resident of Cape

Neddick, Maine and Norwell, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on May 27th, 2020 after seven years of Alzheimer's.

            Gifford recently celebrated his 77th birthday.  He was born April 24th, 1943 in South Weymouth, Massachusetts of late Henry Rodman Booth and Eleanor Gertrude (LeDuc) Booth. 

            Gifford is survived by his wife Elaine Ann (Coffey) Booth of 40 years, his daughter Jennie Eleanor (Booth) Barr, his son Christopher Barstow Booth, his 3 granddaughters Willow, Lila and Abilene Barr, and his son-in-law Timothy Barr.

            Gifford was the Code Enforcement Officer in Ogunquit Maine until his retirement at age 70. He came from a long line of Masons, and was a ...



June 01, 2020

      Barbara J. (Hartzell) Borowski, 75, of East Greenville, passed away on Friday,

May 29, 2020 at the Quakertown Center. She was the loving wife of Gerald C. Borowski, sharing 54 years of marriage together.

      Born in Allentown, PA, she was the daughter of the late Herman and Emma (Steirer) Hartzell.

      Barbara was a 1962 graduate of Dierolf High School in Allentown and the Allentown Business School. She was a secretary for the Allentown Hospital, held various clerical positions at the Upper Perkiomen High School, was a playground aide at Hereford Elementary and retired in 2009 as the secretary for the Penn Foundation.

      She was also a member of the Women of the Moose Auxiliary.

      Surviving along with her husband are her two sons, Jason Borowski of Lebanon and Joshua Borowski of East Greenville; and two sisters, Linda Dalla Palu of Ellicott City, MD and ...



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