Since the church whose construction Mr. Jones supervised opened in 2006, the number of Enon worshippers has grown to 15,000, the Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller said.
Ms. Skalsky believed children should have a chance for a healthy, happy life. She worked for charities that made that their goal.
To Native Americans, the artifacts and records from their past dating from the 1800s and early 1900s have spiritual meaning. "That is what Tim saw, and he wanted to protect that," a tribal elder said.
Ms. Cannady came from an accomplished family of professionals. She blazed a trail as the first African American social worker in several family-service agencies.
Dr. Cherrey had a basement office with treatment and waiting rooms in Westbrook Park, Delaware County. The family lived upstairs.
One focus was to help patients in pain. "Many have been told that their pain is not real, but we take at face value the patient's statement of pain," he said.
Mrs. Lucas thought her breast cancer was gone, but it came back in the summer of 2018. She stayed positive. Even in the darkest of times, she held her head high.
As president of the Radnor Township board of commissioners from 1986 to 1999, he took on some thorny issues. One was the Radnor Trail.
Mrs. Webb was very single-minded and aggressively pursued her goals. : "Walk fast and carry a pen," she liked to tell others.
Mr. Young's legal skills were rock-solid, but he didn't intimidate colleagues. He once demolished a younger associate's legal argument, but did it in a friendly manner.
Mrs. Reilly wanted a quick dish containing two things stocked by most homes of the 1950s. She found it in the green bean casserole, made with Campbell's cream of mushroom soup.
"Judge Smith faithfully served the residents of Chester County for many years on the bench. He will be greatly missed," said the court system's president judge.
Starting in 1983, Dr. Loughran was among the first clinicians to combat the HIV/AIDS virus and its recurring complications. "His contributions were huge," a colleague said.
Mr. MacMurray's father was a former Philadelphia streets commissioner and Fairmount Park director. His son also became a civic leader.
Though known for his barber shop, Mr. Lea was far more than a barber. He went out of his way to help children, a friend said.
Mr. Unterberger's area of expertise was weighty and detail-laden, but he kept things light in his office. He was an unending source of witty remarks and fun.
Bonnie L. Cook writes obituaries.