08-04-2019 - Dr. Walter Larkin - Spring Mt Ski Patrol - passed today at 1:45pm
Dr. Walter F. Larkin, 88, husband of Nancy J. (Lewis) Larkin, and longtime Collegeville dentist, died Sunday, August 4, 2019, at his Upper Salford home. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 PM, Saturday, August 17th, at St. James Episcopal Church. A Masonic service, military honors, and a reception will follow at 2:30 PM, Saturday, at the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, Ursinus College. Memorial contributions may be made to St. James Episcopal Church, 3768 Germantown Pike, Collegeville, PA 19426; or Abington-Jefferson Hospice, 2510 Maryland Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Arrangements are by Holcombe Funeral Home, Inc., Trappe.
Walts service is 17 Aug at St James Episcopal church in Evansburg at 1 followed by a reception at Ursinus.
01-29-2018 - George Hannon
George Hannon passed late this afternoon.... More Info to follow,,,
He was a member of the Roundtop Ski Patrol
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|11-25-2017 - Thomas B. Fenerty Jr.|
Thomas B. Fenerty Jr. passed away suddenly on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017.
He was 41.
Member of Bear Creek Ski Patrol.
Born in Philadelphia, he was a resident of Hatboro for the past 10 years and was formerly of Bensalem. He graduated from Bishop Egan High School and Penn State University with a B.S. degree in Computer Sciences and Management.
He had been employed at Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation (NASC) for the past 20 years. He established the Information Technology Department and managed the implementation of the corporate computer network. In his most recent position he served as the Vice President of Business Development, where he established business markets for Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) into agriculture, forestry and arctic research. He was heir apparent to lead NASC, a UAV manufacturer into a new emerging technology marketplace.
Although he seemed to be married to his career, his first and most enduring quality was as a father to his three children. He served them as a mentor, advisor, teacher, coach, disciplinarian and best friend.
When he wasn’t working or parenting, he was donating his weekend time as a volunteer ski patroller at Bear Creek Ski Patrol.
He will be sadly missed by his beloved parents, Thomas B. and Maryann, and his children, Kaley and Isabella and their mother, Katrina, as well Thomas B. Fenerty IV, Taylor and Cara MacEntee and their mother, Angeline. He was the dearest brother of Daniel Fenerty and Lisa Byrne (Michael), and is also survived by his nephew, Colin; his niece, Erin; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Friday, at St. Ephrem Church, 5400 Hulmeville Rd., Bensalem, PA 19020, followed by his funeral Mass at 11 a.m. Rite of Committal will be in Resurrection Cemetery, Bensalem.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, 160 E. Erie Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134.
Tomlinson Funeral Home,
11-01-2017 - Lauren Elizabeth Hartman
Lauren Elizabeth Hartman, 26, of Reading, Pennsylvania, passed away
Member of Spring Mt Ski Patrol.
10-30-2017 Charles "Chuck" E. Lippincott "89"
Member of Camelback Ski Patrol
This is Kim Connell Hale, Chuck Lippincott's granddaughter. Charles passed away with me next to him on Monday after having a taste of some single malt scotch and smoked salmon as he listened to the bag pipes, and some Mozart. We had a special relationship and he lived with his great-grand kids for the last 8 years and had even more magical times after his wife passed. Grandpa was tough as nails and I never met a man with more class, wit and pride. I have forever said that if I live half of the life that grandpa did, I will have lived a rich life.
Grandpa had always requested cremation and we are working on logistics for a memorial that celebrates his life.
Charlie Lippincott was a member of the National Ski Patrol for over 60 years. Joining just after World War II, he patrolled at Split Rock Lodge and then helped form the Big Boulder Ski Patrol. When his job took him to Boston, he spent several years patrolling at Gunstock, and then returned to Big Boulder in the mid-70s, staying for another 25 years. He finished his patrolling career at Camelback. He was a Senior Patroller and was awarded a Yellow Merit Star for his service.