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In Memoriam

In Memoriam of William B. Hawk

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William B. Hawk, 78, of Lower Paxton Township, passed peacefully into his new home in heaven on Saturday July 14, 2018. Born October 2, 1939, in Harrisburg, he was a son of the late Bruce and Georgie Hawk. He was a 1957 graduate of John Harris High School, and, a 1961 graduate of Lebanon Valley College. In   

In Memoriam of Daniel P. Olpere

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Daniel P. Olpere of Montgomery Township, Pa. passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, surrounded by his family after a long battle with cancer. He was 66. He was the loving husband for 39 years to Diane (Beighey) Olpere. Born July 13, 1951 in Pittsburgh, Pa., he was the son of the   

In Memoriam of Stephen Henderson Pitkin

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Stephen (Steve) Henderson Pitkin, 82, of Stuart FL, died suddenly on August 7 after a long illness in Stuart, Fl. Born in Harrisburg, PA 1935, he was the son of Francis Alexander and Ruth Mason Pitkin. He leaves his wife of 54 years, Marcy Trembath Pitkin; two children, Douglas Alexander Pitkin (Patricia Cain) and Laura   

In Memoriam of Robert Moore

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Robert E. Moore of Doylestown, Pa. passed away Tuesday, July 19, 2016. He was 73. Robert joined the U.S. Air Force in 1961 and was sent to Indiana University to learn Russian. His job with the Air Force involved intercepting communications from Russian aircraft in the Soviet Air Force. After serving his country, Robert earned   

In Memoriam of Irving Hand

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Dr. Irving Hand, “The Professor” “The life given us by nature is short, but the memory of a life well spent is eternal.” — Cicero Historic Impact on Planning, FAICP With nearly 60 years of nationally recognized accomplishments in planning, Professor Irving Hand exemplified professional and personal excellence.  In the early 1950s, Hand played an   

In Memoriam of Jeffrey Featherstone

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With deep regret, Tyler School of Art of Temple University shared the passing of Dr. Jeffrey Featherstone, Director of the Center for Sustainable Communities and Professor of Research in the Department of Planning and Community Development in the Division of Architecture and Environmental Design. He passed away on Saturday, May 7, 2016. Jeff joined Temple University   

In Memoriam of Earle Travis Ongue

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Earle Travis Onque was born on October 30, 1930, in St. Paul, MN to Earle and Alice Onque. He graduated from Bates College in 1952 with a degree in biology. He received a professional degree in Architecture from Carnegie Institute of technology (CMU) in 1957. Earle was one of the first minorities in the United   

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