Malvern Obituaries: Research Facility Director, Patent Lawyer, River Museum Volunteer
Lilian Streeter Lucas Chance of Malvern held multiple jobs as she raised eight children and four stepchildren.
Read below the list of recent death notices for residents in East Whiteland Township, Willistown Township and Malvern Borough.
Lilian Streeter Lucas Chance, 85, of Malvern
A woman of grace and intellect who savored life by participating fully in it, Lilian Streeter Lucas Chance of Malvern once ran a biophysical research facility as well as a horse farm, all while managing 100 rental properties and raising eight children and four stepchildren.
In her spare time, she gardened, cooked, and served for a time as president of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [Inquirer]
Eugene Renz Jr., of Malvern, died on Feb 13.
He was a patent attorney for over 50 years. He was an expert bridge player, tennis and paddle tennis player. [Legacy.com/Daily Local]
Jean Mae Wendel, of Malvern, dies at 86.
Jean enjoyed bowling in her younger years. She enjoyed volunteering at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, and later working in the museum's gift shop. [Legacy.com/Daily Local]
Lewis W. Culp Jr., member of Thomson Lodge No. 340 in Paoli
During World War II, he served in the Navy aboard the USS Langley CVL 27 in the Pacific theatre from 1942 through 1946. [Mauger Givnish]