Obituaries

Donna S. Connor of Lincoln University

Donna S. Connor, 84, of Lincoln University, died Monday, Dec. 4. She was the wife of Jim Connor with whom she shared 58 years of marriage. Donna was born in Ridley Park, in 1933 to Alfred Schmidt and Jean Rauche Schmidt. She lived most of her young life in Arlington, Va. where she graduated from Washington Lee High School in 1950. After graduation, Donna worked at ...

 
 

Patricia Ferry Richardson of West Grove

Patricia Ferry Richardson, 89, of West Grove, died Wednesday, Dec. 6, surrounded by her family. She was born on May 3, 1928, and was preceded in death by her husband William Kealy Richardson, her grandson, Peter Francis Luebbert, her brother Dennis Ferry and her sister Virginia Ferry. Patricia graduated from Mansfield State Teacher’s College and obtained her ...

 

M. Bernice Edmondson Little of Landenberg

M. Bernice Edmondson Little, 94, of Landenberg, died Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Ware Presbyterian Village in Oxford. She was the wife of the late Kirby Lane Little, who died in 1999, and with whom she shared 58 years of marriage. Born in Mount Hope, W.Va., she was the eldest daughter of the late Charles Blaine and the late Retha (Stansberry) Edmondson. She attended school ...

 

Loretta T. Camaratta of Glen Mills

Loretta T. Camaratta (nee Taylor), 92, of Glen Mills, formerly of Newtown Square, died Thursday, Nov. 30.  Born in Chester, she was the daughter of the late Bayard C. and Agnes (nee Carberry) Taylor. Loretta was employed as a telephone operator supervisor for SmithKline in Philadelphia.  Loretta was predeceased by her husbands, Rudolph A. Camaratta and Ignatius John ...

 

Erwin Aldinger of Glen Mills

Erwin Aldinger, 76, of Glen Mills, died Friday, Dec. 1. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Lower Moreland, in high school, he met his future wife Barbara. Together they forged close friendships with Lower Moreland classmates, meeting frequently with them, even to today. Erv graduated from Lehigh University, with a degree in business administration, where he made ...

 

Hazel E. Nead

Hazel E. Nead (Cutshall), 102, died peacefully on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Jenner’s Pond, West Grove. She was the wife of Clarence S. Nead who passed away in 1986. Hazel was born in Three Springs, on Feb. 2, 1915, the daughter of the late Aley and the late Mary (Fix) Cutshall. Hazel worked for many years at Kennett High School in the cafeteria and loved knitting, ...

 

Mildred Edith Gadde of West Chester

Mildred Edith (Winslow) Gadde, 93, of West Chester, formerly of Sandown, N.H. and Holden, Mass., died Nov.16. Mildred was born on April 10, 1924, in Waterbury, Conn. She is survived by her daughter, Donna (William) Goudie and daughter-in-law, Jan Kippenberger Gadde.  She is predeceased by her husband of 54 years, Russell Frederick Gadde, and her son, Alan Winslow ...

 

Kathy V. Miller of Lincoln University

Kathy V. Miller (Taylor), 62, of Lincoln University, died peacefully at her home on Friday, Dec. 1. She was the wife of the love of her life, the late Harold “Wayne” Miller, who passed away in 2011, with whom she shared 37 years of marriage. Born in Ashe County, North Carolina, on Feb. 19, 1955, she was the daughter of the late Cleve Taylor and Jettie Miller Taylor. ...

 

Nancy J. Walker of West Chester

Nancy J. Walker (nee Antrim), 83, of West Chester, died Monday, Nov. 20. Born in Peru, Ind. in 1934, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Jean (nee Packard) Antrim. As the daughter of a Navy war hero, Nancy moved quite a bit and spent several years of her early childhood in the Philippines and China. She was a graduate of the University of Maryland and ...

 

Andreah Lynn Donald of West Grove

Andreah Lynn Donald, or Andi to her friends and family, of West Grove, died unexpectedly on Thursday, Nov. 23, at Christiana Hospital. Only 23 years old, she was preceded in death by her father, James Donald, and is survived by her mother, Kari Donald, and son, Charles Louis Broughton. Other family includes brother Bryan Donald and spouse Chris, brother Paul Donald ...

 

Thomas Carter of Kennett Square

Thomas Carter, 77, of Kennett Square, died Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the Pocopson Home. Born in Kennett Square, he was the son of the late Joseph Johnson and the late Anna Mary Carter. He enjoyed looking thru magazines, animals and being with his family and friends. He always greeted everyone with a handshake. Thomas is survived by two sisters, Eunice Carter of Kennett ...