News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Lauralee Pursell, a well-known waitress at Chairo’s Pizzeria, suffered an aneurism on Tuesday.
Bruno was a teacher at the Western Montgomery County Career and Technology Center, and a former Philadelphia Police Officer.
Services will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Spring City in the Spring.
Swider lived in Linfield with his wife, Judith.
Hedrick was also an active member of the Royersford Baptist Church.
Terry Scholl, 72, died Monday shortly after he was admitted into the emergency room.
Pergine, a Royersford resident, was a football coach with the Lower Perkiomen Longhorns.
Crane was an employee of Wyeth and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals; funds are being raised for the Brain Aneurysm Foundation in Crane's honor.
Patti, a Vietnam veteran, was an executive with Greatwide Logistics and drove cars for a local dealership after retirement.
EJ lost his battle with battle with brain cancer just two months after his high school graduation.
Oelschlager, of Green Lane, was the first District Justice in Upper Perkiomen.
Services for Carlton, who was awarded the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Heroism, will be held on Saturday in Schwenksville.
Thompson, 40, was killed Monday on Lewis Road after being struck by a car.
McCarraher was born in Collegeville; the Army Veteran died in Phoenixville.
Runyan passed away on Jan. 7.
Hobensack's body was found in his Fort Bevon Road home following a fire in the early hours of Jan. 1.
Howe was killed in a Skippack car crash earlier this month.
The 27-year-old Perkiomen Valley High School graduate died suddenly in New Jersey.