Archive for November 28th, 2016

The Rev. Duane Paul Mehl of Avondale

The Rev. Duane Paul Mehl, 85, of Avondale, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Oxford Health Center, Ware Presbyterian Village in Oxford. He was the husband of Dorothy Pannell Mehl, with whom he shared 58 years of marriage. Born in Arkansas City, Kan. on Feb. 14, 1931, Duane was the son of the late Paul Theodore Mehl and the late Anita Von Fange Mehl. Duane graduated from St. ...

 
 

Robert Eugene Mason of Chadds Ford

Robert Eugene Mason, 80, of Chadds Ford, died Wednesday, Nov. 23, at home after a long illness. He was the beloved husband of Sally Meadowcroft Mason, with whom he shared 20 years of marriage. Born in West Chester, on March 28, 1936, He was the son of the late Raymond and Dorothy Brown Mason. Bob graduated Kennett Consolidated School in 1956. He took pride in ...

 

Donations sought to save Beaver Valley

It’s time for those who want to keep Beaver Valley green to step up with some green. That was word from Concord Township Supervisors’ Chairman Dominic Pileggi during a press conference at Penns Woods Winery. The session was a formal announcement regarding the preservation of 240 acres along Beaver Valley, property currently owned by Woodlawn Trustees. Eastern States ...

 

Alternative therapy for chronic ailments

If you’re suffering from debilitating pain caused by an injury or aging, you want long-term relief…and you want it fast. Many people think surgery and medications are their best options for treating chronic ailments like low back pain, knee injuries and degenerative disk disease. But they may not be. Both surgery and medications may provide some temporary relief, but ...