Locksmith Conshohocken

Residents Have Chose Allied Locksmiths in Conshohocken PA Since 86!

DR. ELTON G. GILBERT, D'19, Allentown, Pa., a retired dentist; September 23, 1994.

K. RUSSELL KNOBLAUCH, ChE'24, Port St. Lucie, Fla., September 1.

ANNA DILLER WHITESIDE, Ed'26, G'30, Olney, Md., July 2.

ROSE SATINSKY ABRAMS, Philadelphia, a retired attorney; August 3.

CATHERINE CHAPMAN, PSW'29, Denver, a retired social worker; August 20.

RUTH I. KARLSON, Ed'29, PSW'38, Media, Pa., retired head social worker in the Urbana, Ill., public-school system; October 14.

DR. DANIEL L. BIEMESDERFER, Philadelphia, a retired cardiologist who had maintained a practice in Center City, Philadelphia for nearly 60 years; October 15. He also taught at the old Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania and served on the staffs of Temple University Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital. Though he retired from active practice nine years ago, he still showed up a few days a week until recently at St. Joseph's to help the cardiology staff read electrocardiograms.

VIVIAN BEATTIE PRATT, Allentown, Pa., a retired manufacturer's representative for the Welbilt Corp.; September 25.

JOHN M. SHEFFER, Ar'32, Hanover, Pa., June 28.

J. PENNINGTON STRAUS, C'32, L'35, Philadelphia, senior counsel at the Philadelphia law firm of Schnader, Harrison, Segal & Lewis, at which he had been the founding chair of its trusts and estates department; September 27. He helped write the uniform probate code adopted by two thirds of the states, being referred to as the Father of the Uniform Probate Code. A past president of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, he still served as a regent emeritus. He was a member of the board of governors of the Philadelphia Bar Association and founder of its section on probate and trust law. He also served on the boards of the Settlement Music School, and Chestnut Hill College.

CARLETON B. ROBINSON, W'33, Belleair Beach, Fla., retired president of George A. Robinson Co., of Rochester, N.Y.; October 5.

SAMUEL FOSTER MEARS, W'34, Frederick, Md., retired company treasurer and financial vice president of the Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Co.; October 1996.

ALICE TALONE CASHORE, G'35, Conshohocken, Pa., a retired teacher of English and history at the old Conshohocken High School; September 8.

GEORGE F. GROFF, W'35, Sarasota, Fla., retired vice president of finance for the Crucible Steel Company of America in Pittsburgh; October 2.

PETER S. REED, W'35, West Hyannisport, Mass., October 11.

THEODORE P. NANZ, W'36, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., a retired CPA, who had maintained a practice for over 40 years; August 31.

DR. ROBERT L. PATTERSON, M'36, Chattanooga, Tenn., a retired physician; February 26, 1996.

BR. METHODIUS SHIGO, WEF'36, a monk of the Benedictine arch-abbey of St. Meinrad, Ind.; June 19. After serving in Europe during the Second World War, (for which he was awarded the Bronze Star), he worked for the Veteran's Administration in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He joined the community in 1959, first serving in the abbey's treasury and business office. He later took instruction, and became its locksmith. The abbot wrote: "Throughout his monastic life, he suffered physical disabilities incurred from his military service. He never engaged in self-pity, however, but took pride in his longevity and endurance. A quiet and retiring man, he would appear as it seemed from nowhere to take his turn as cantor or to sing in the monastic schola."

DR. DALE T. ANSTINE, C'38, Hollywood, Fla., a cardiologist who had served as chief of staff at Hollywood Hospital; October 5. He also had served on the staffs of the Memorial Regional Hospital and the Hollywood Medical Center.

BENJAMIN SIMON, W'38, Philadelphia, September 5.

WALTER A. FULLERTON JR., WG'39, Oviedo, Fla., an investment counselor and former owner of Lifetime Investors Planning Co. in St. Petersburg; September 28. He had helped in the founding of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in St. Petersburg.

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