Grace C. Newman, 96, of Allentown, died Dec. 23, 2019, in her residence at Country Meadows Retirement Community.
She was the wife of the late Edman J. Newman.
Born in Philadelphia, she was a daughter of the late William and Mary Jane (McFarland) Chilton.
She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from West Chester University in 1944 and a Master of Education degree from Temple University in 1948.
An elementary school teacher for more than 30 years, she was an active member of the NEA and PSEA.
Anne Louise Jaindl, of Allentown, passed away peacefully Dec. 23, 2019, on her birthday.
She spent the first half of her day with her family on Earth and the second portion of her day with The Good Lord and her Heavenly family.
She was the wife of the late Frederick J. Jaindl.
Born Dec. 23, 1928, in Allentown, she was the daughter of the late Francis and Anna (McBride) Fix
She graduated from Allentown Central Catholic High School in 1946 and was an honor student at the former Sacred Heart Hospital, School of Nursing, Allentown.
Elaine K. Kessler, 71, of Schnecksville died Dec. 21, 2019, in New Tripoli.
She was the wife of Henry C. “Rusty” Kessler and the late David L. Hahn Sr.
Born Aug. 29, 1948, in Schnecksville, she was the daughter of Naomi R. (Kern) Follweiler of Macungie and the late Warren E. Follweiler.
A manager at Holiday Hair for many years before retiring, she was a former member of Union United Church of Christ, Neffs.
Parkland Art League will meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 14 at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, 6667 Lower Macungie Road, Trexlertown.
Artist Gerald Simcoe will be the guest presenter demonstrating in oils.
For more information, call 610-533-5345.
William C. Whymeyer, 68, of Walnutport, died Dec. 23, 2019, in the home of his grandson, Brett, with whom he resided.
He and his wife Carol E. (Barrall) Whymeyer were married 36 years.
Born Dec. 18, 1951, in Scranton, he was the son of the late Harold and Grace (Snyder) Whymeyer.
He was an industrial HVAC technician for Carrier and Trane before retiring.
As far back as I remember,
the snowman’s been around, and
after every snowfall,
they’re all around the town.
Why must it be a snowman? Why not a car or house?
Why not a little snow child, or even a snow mouse?
We all have heard of snow forts;
we make snow balls, too.
So why not something quite unique,
perhaps a dog or two?
The next time snowfall hits the ground,
come up with a new plan.
Go out and build a snow “woman”
to go with your snowman!
Cedar View Apartments
The Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley will relocate to the Banana Factory on 3rd Street, Bethlehem, starting March 1, 2020. The nonprofit volunteer resource center has been serving the region for 35 years, connecting more than 25,000 volunteers with 450-plus nonprofit organizations, while partnering with more than 300 businesses annually.
Call 610-829-4540 (ask operator for Area Agency on Aging) for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Wednesday, December 25: Closed for Christmas.
Thursday, December 26: Marinated turkey cutlet, rosemary red potatoes, broccoli florets, wheat bread w/ margarine, fresh pineapple tidbits.
Friday, December 27: Macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, baby kale and spinach salad w/ ranch dressing, wheat bread w/ margarine, blushed pears.
Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) broke ground Dec. 6 for its new health campus just off Route 33 along Hecktown Road in Lower Nazareth Township. Grand opening is slated for summer 2021.
The new medical campus will include a 106,000-square-foot, two-story hospital; 35,000-square-foot Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute and 61,000-square-foot medical office building. The campus will offer advanced surgical, emergency, and orthopedic care, cancer services, advanced imaging, diagnostic testing and more.