Obituaries for Malvern: Alley Pub Owner, NICU Nurse, Stroke Survivor
Recent death notices for local residents.
Read below the list of recent death notices for residents in East Whiteland Township, Willistown Township and Malvern Borough.
Peter A. Elisio, 50, owned Alley Pub
He was a graduate of Conestoga High School and the owner and operator of the Alley Pub in Frazer, PA. Peter enjoyed fishing carpentry and sports. [Mauger Givnish]
Margaret Carey Madeira, 67, of Frazer
In her thirties Margot also continued her love of sports, even playing goalie on an all-male ice hockey team. A serious stroke in 1995 interrupted everything, including her promising career at Unisys, and since that time, Margot fought marvelously and successfully to overcome the effects of that illness. She lived on her own in Frazer, PA, teaching herself to write with her left hand and otherwise manage her life as normally as possible in spite of her disability. [Legacy.com/Main Line Media News]
Mary Ann Castro, 72, of Malvern
Mary Ann was a dedicated caring nurse who always referred to her neonatal patients as her "babies", and it was not uncommon when in public for people to approach her even years later, and tell her that she had taken care of their child, and how much they appreciated her care. [Legacy.com/Daily Local]
Mary Patricia McKown, 82, worked at Malvern Institute
She was a homemaker for many years and later worked at the Malvern Institute. She was a member of Saints Philips & James Parish in Exton. She was an avid sports enthusiast and loved playing tennis. [Legacy.com/Main Line Media News]