Archive for April 1st, 2014

Catherine “Renie” Boyd Natale of West Grove

Catherine “Renie” Boyd Natale, 79, of West Grove, died Sunday, March 30, at her home surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Raymond G. Natale Sr. with whom she shared 57 years of marriage. Born in Philadelphia, she was a daughter of the late Allen and the late Bertha (Boyer) Boyd. Renie graduated from Avon Grove High School in 1953 where she was crowned May ...

 
 

Patsy H. Adams of Landenberg

Patsy H. Adams, 79, of Landenberg, died Sunday, March 30, at her residence. She was the wife of Vernon E. Adams, who died in 2005, and with whom she shared 51 years of marriage. Born in Oxford, she was the daughter of the late Howard and Virginia Armstrong Hogg. She was homemaker, and she enjoyed boating, the beach, yard and house work and being with her family and ...

 

Madeleine Coyle of Kennett Square

Madeleine Coyle, 94, of Kennett Square, died Friday, March 28. She was the wife of the late Wayne E. Coyle, who died in 2009. She was a wife and mother and a friend to many and will be missed by all. Mrs. Coyle is survived by her daughter, Deborah Crocker (William) and two granddaughters Jill Allison Bellucci (Matthew) and Holly Rebecca Crocker. There will be a ...

 

Live is Five

No foolin’, the  Chadds Ford Live newsletter and website is five years old today. When the Chadds Ford Post went out of business in 2009, many people in town didn’t want to lose the local news source and editor Richard Schwartzman. The Chadds Ford Business Association stepped up as the first supporter and advertiser. We appreciate the many additional advertisers and ...

 

Reforestation campaign ahead of schedule

The Brandywine Conservancy's Reforestation Campaign will achieve its five-year goal ahead of schedule when it plants its 25,000th tree in East Brandywine Township on April 19, 2014.The Brandywine Conservancy will plant 600 native trees along the East Branch of the Brandywine at a property owned by East Brandywine Township. Native hardwood tree species to be ...

 

Eight bands perform at UHS

Friday April 4, Unionville High School’s beautiful 1200-seat auditorium will be filled with the sounds of booming brass, toe-tapping percussion and sultry solos when eight outstanding high school jazz bands gather to perform a variety of styles from soul to swing to samba. “It’s a fun evening for the audience,” said G. Scott Litzenberg, director of the Unionville ...