Archive for March 27th, 2017

Sandra C. Reynolds of West Grove

Sandra C. Reynolds, 63, of West Grove, died peacefully at Neighborhood Hospice, West Chester, on Saturday, March 25. She was the wife of Stephen C. Reynolds Sr., with whom she shared 46 years of marriage. Born in Chester, she was the daughter of the late Alfred and Mary Ward Chew. Her occupation was a social worker at Kendal-Crosslands, Kennett Square, and other ...

 
 

Local art presence strong at CFES

While there were artists from all over, local artists and history were strong at this year's Chadds Ford Elementary School Art Sale and Show. That art history, as one would expect, shows the influence of the Wyeth Family. It was Betsy Wyeth, the wife of Andrew and the mother of Jamie, who started the event in 1948. But that legacy continues through other artists, and ...

 

Doris L. Heher of Nottingham

Doris L. Heher, of Nottingham, died Wednesday, March 22, at her residence.  She was the wife of John F. Heher who died in 2010, and with whom she shared 51 years of marriage. Born in West Grove, she was the daughter of the late Robert earl and Phyllis Reeves Hilaman. Doris was president and CEO of Brandywine Medical Management Services in West Grove for 30 years, ...

 

Brandywine In Black has partygoers in the pink

Brandywine in Black was “wildly” successful—With a Pop of Pink—as elegantly dressed partygoers dined and danced among the dinosaurs, bears and leopards on display at the Delaware Museum of Natural History in Greenville, Delaware, Saturday, March 25. Co-organizer Elizabeth Roche explained that she and event founder Vince Moro decided on pink as the accent color at the ...

 

Margaret “Mac” McLaughlin Irwin of Avondale

Margaret “Mac” McLaughlin Irwin, 95, of Avondale, died Tuesday, March 22, at Brandywine Assisted Living at Longwood, in Kennett Square. She was the wife of the late Jay V. Irwin who died in 2014 and with whom she shared 68 years of marriage. Born in Newtown Square, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Francis and the late Edna (Dutton) McLaughlin. Margaret ...

 

Attilio “Pete” Ciorrocco of Toughkenamon

Attilio “Pete” Ciorrocco, 90, of Toughkenamon, died Saturday, March 25, at his home surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Aleene Kugler Ciorrocco, with whom he shared 60 years of marriage. Born in Toughkenamon, he was a son of the late Attilio and the late Serafina (Cordivano) Ciorrocco.  Mr. Ciorrocco served our country in the Army stateside during the ...

 

Worrying about your health is bad for your heart

Asking "Dr. Google" about your symptoms may cause more anxiety than you anticipated. Worrying needlessly about your health is easy to do, especially with instant access to a world of medical knowledge at your fingertips. You feel a slight twinge in your side or a sudden headache and ask “Dr. Google” what’s wrong by searching for your symptoms. In a matter of ...