William Noble Daehling

William Noble Deahling passed away on June 22, 2024 at the age of 79.

Beloved husband of the late Margaret (Mimi) Daehling. Devoted father of Ann Marie ( the late Kevin) Mayne, W. Anthony ( Danielle) Daehling, Kathleen M. (John) Lucas and the late David Daehling.
Loving grandfather of Angela, Elizabeth, Christopher Mayne, John and Joseph Lucas and Bryan Daehling.

He was aslo survived by his 6 great grandchildren, Ethan, William, Kayla, Margaret and Jack.
William was the caring brother of Mary, Judy, George and the late Barbara.

Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation 9:15 to 10:15 on Saturday, July 13th, 2024  at Saint Matthew Church, 3300 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19149, followed by his funeral mass at 10:30 am. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donation in his name can be made to American Lung Association

Frederick C. Hall

Celebrating the life and legacy of our Beloved Frederick C. Hall,  who suddenly passed on June 29th, 2024.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, July 18th, 2024. His viewing will take place from 10:00 to 11:00 am followed by his service at Assembly of Love Church 219 West Tabor Road Philadelphia, PA 19120.
  
Interment will take place following his service at Washington Crossing National Cemetery 830 Highland Road Newtown, PA 18940.

Marc Thomas White

Marc Thomas White was born on January 18, 1969 and made his final transition the evening of July 2, 2024 at the young age of 55. It’s hard to narrow his favorite moments down, but to mention a few: he enjoyed working on cars, cleaning or riding his motorcycle, and sharing meals with family and friends.

Marc is survived by his wife Stacey, his sisters Lillian (Dan) and Brenda, his brother Matt, his children: Shana (Robert), Corey (Stacy), Christy, Brittany (Shawn), Kimberly, Megan (Garrett), Devin (Ashlee), and 14 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father William and mother Lillian.

Marc lived his life the best he knew and left this earth wishing that his children would find safety in this mixed-up world. While our hearts mourn the loss, we take comfort in knowing he is no longer suffering.

Marc’s viewing will begin at 9:00 AM at John F. Fluehr & Sons, Inc. funeral home in Philadelphia, PA on July 9th. His funeral service will begin at 12:00 PM there. Following the service, we will be traveling to Bethel Memorial in Pennsauken, NJ where he will be buried.

Regina "Jean" Sawyer

Regina “Jean” Sawyer, nee Cavanaugh, passed suddenly at home on July 1, 2024. She was 98 years old and a lifelong Philadelphian.

She grew up in a boisterous, loving family, and is preceded in death by her seven siblings (Fran, Don, Nan, Kathy, Agnes, Dick, and Eileen) and her parents (Ann and Francis Cavanaugh). She is survived by her husband of 74 years, Walter Sawyer, their five children and spouses (Steve and Kathy, Dave and Vicki, Anne and Dave (Oakes), Don and Sue, and Bob and Jennifer), 12 grandchildren (Tim, Kristiann, Joanna, Joe, Paul, Susie, Dan, Tyler, Carolyn, Rory, Rachel, and Colin) and 7 great-grandchildren (Emmett, Milo, Jonah, Bear, Ollie, Liam, and CeCe). She was intelligent, quick-witted, loving, and strong. She was a shrewd bridge player.

One of her great loves was her family, both her children and her siblings. Even at 98, she was still sending birthday cards with a gift inside. Another love was the Jersey shore. As a child, she was one of the “shoebies,” taking the train from Philly with some food and a bathing suit tucked inside a shoebox. When she had a family of her own, she made trips to the shore and her parents in Wildwood Crest an annual event. These little vacations were such a memory maker that her children carry on the tradition to this day. With her quick smile and gentle wit, Jean made her world a better place.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Jean's viewing  from 9 AM to 10 AM, followed by a mass, on July 8 at St. Bernard’s Church (Cottage & Bleigh St). Instead of flowers, donations may be made to St. Bernard’s Church or Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls.

Donna Marie McGee

Donna (nee Keiter) passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Sunday June 16, 2024 at the age of 59 after a hard battle with cancer. Donna was the beloved daughter of Marie (nee Falcone) and the late Donald Keiter, Sr. She was the devoted wife of John “Jay” McGee for 34 years; cherished mother of Jade, Jenna, and Trevor McGee; adoring sister of Donald Keiter Jr., and Debbie Cifelli. Donna will be sorely missed by many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Donna was born and raised in the Morrell Park section of Northeast Philadelphia where she met her childhood sweetheart Jay. Jay and Donna met in kindergarten and lived right around the corner from each other growing up. They began dating when they were 11 years old and have been together ever since. The two did everything together, built a wonderful life and raised three beautiful children.

Donna worked hard her whole life. She always had a job and believed in earning everything she had. She worked in shipping and receiving for years at various companies but especially enjoyed her job at Heraeus Electro-nite, where she worked closely with her father Donald Keiter Sr.

She later went on to work in materials management at St. Mary’s Medical Center where she met some amazing people who turned into amazing friends. Donna truly loved her time at St. Mary’s and worked there up until her passing.

Donna loved going camping and would spend her summers at her RV in Lancaster. Fridays consisted of getting home from work, grabbing some McDonalds and flying down the turnpike in order to make it to Friday night bingo at the camper. She loved getting a large ice cream cone and cruising around the campground on her golf cart, visiting all of her Lake-in-Woods family. A weekend of camping wasn’t complete until there was a trip to Shady Maple to pick up Amish donuts and any other sweet treats Donna could get her hands on. There was always enough food to feed an army of 40 at the camper, just in case any friends or family members stopped in for a visit. The McGee family had many laughs and millions of lasting memories in that campground.

Although there was a 98% chance that Donna would forget to water any flowers she was gifted, she loved receiving them and always found them very beautiful. She was kind, loving, and brought so much joy to everyone she met. She was always able to make everyone in the room laugh and always kept it real with her colorful language and creative catch phrases. It was hard to be in a bad mood for too long around Donna, she just had a way of making everything better.

Above all things Donna was an amazing wife and mother. She did absolutely everything and anything for her children. They were her entire world and greatest joy. Spending time with her family and making memories was her absolute favorite past time. It didn’t matter where we were or what we were doing, as long as she was spending time with her husband and her babies, she was happy. She will be missed dearly by all.

Relatives and friends are invited to greet Donna’s family on Tuesday, June 25th from 9:30-11:15am at St. Ephrem Catholic Church, 5340 Hulmeville Road Bensalem, PA where her funeral mass will immediately follow at 11:30am. Interment private.

William "Bill" J. Loughery

William "Bill' J. Loughery suddenly on June 13, 2024, at the age of 57. Bill was the devoted father of Emily and Jessica Loughery. Husband of Donna (nee Spangler). Dear brother of Kathleen, John, Pat and Tom.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Bill's memorial service on Friday, June 21st, at John F. Fluehr and Sons 3301 Cottman ave., Philadelphia PA 19149 from 10:30-12, where a servivice will begin at 12 PM.  Interment private. In Lieu of flowers donations can be made in Bill's name to St. Mary Medical Center

Margaret "Peggy" P. McMaster (nee Carey)

Margaret "Peggy" P. McMaster (nee Carey)
Passed away on June 10th, 2024 with her family by her side. Peggy was the loving wife of Arthur J. McMaster, Sr. Devoted mother of Michael (Christy), James (Sue), Arthur, Jr., Thomas, Joseph (Ginnie) and Sean (Jennifer). She was the dear grandmother of 12 and also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend Peggy's Memorial Service on Friday, June 14th from 9-10:30AM, at John F. Fluehr and Sons Funeral Home located at 3301 Cottman Ave. Phila. PA. 19149. Where a service will begin at 10:30AM. Interment in private.

Robert "Bob" Greway

Robert "Bob" Greway passed away suddenly on May 31st. Bob resided in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia for all of his 80 "and a half" years.

He spent thirty of those with the Philadelphia Fire Department where he found a second family and made many lifelong friends. Bob loved his work, and especially loved being a member of the Fire "27" Gang in North Philly. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his buddies at LBI, and upon retirement, became a dedicated investor in the Stock Market. Bob spent many happy times with family, celebrating special occasions, such as Holidays, Weddings, Christenings, and Birthdays, and traveling to far away places, e.g. Bermuda and Hawaii Bob was loved and will be greatly missed by his brothers Gerry (Bette), and Lou (Gloria), as well as nieces, Roni, Cathy, and Emily, and nephews, Darren, Chris, and Tony, and his close friend, Donnie Leach.

A Celebration of his Life will be held on Monday, June 10th, at 12PM. Visitation will be held 11AM-12PM at John F. Fluehr & Sons Funeral Home, 3301 Cottman Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19149

Eugene "Hughie" O'Neill

Eugene “Hughie” O’Neill, 81, longtime resident of Winchester Park, Philadelphia passed away with his family by his side on Thursday, May 9, 2024.

Hughie was raised in St. Monica’s Parish, South Philadelphia. After attending La Salle College, he spent a few years in the Air Force Reserves shortly followed by meeting his wife, Catherine, of 52 years. Hughie cherished his career as an Environmental Investigator, a job he would work until his late seventies. Exercise was fundamental pillar in Hughie’s life. He competed in multiple Boston Marathons among many other long-distance events. Hughie loved his trips to Bar Harbor, Maine and his love hate relationship with the Phillies was palpable.

Hughie is survived by his beloved wife Catherine O’Neill (nee Dolan); loving father of Kerry Rochester (Don) & Christopher O’Neill (Gwendolyn). He was a caring grandfather to Grace, Emily, & Raegan O’Neill and brother of Ann Mink (George). Hughie was predeceased by his siblings John, James, and Margaret.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his visitation on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at St. Jerome Catholic Church 8100 Colfax St., Phila, Pa 19136 from 8:45-9:45am. A mass of Christian Burial will take place starting at 10am. Burial services will be held privately by the family at a later date.


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