Obituaries for Malvern: Chemist, MCCC Professor, Immaculata Nun
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.
Kim Buckwalter, 47, of Malvern.
Kim came to the United States in 1994. Kim enjoyed gardening and cooking. She was employed for many years at Vishay and also Neighbor Care of King of Prussia.
Rosalie Carol Monjar Tappe, 74, of Malvern.
Rose came to love the woods of rural Chester County after relocating east in the mid-60's with her husband, John Tappe, now deceased. After earning her PhD in history at Temple University, Rose taught at Montgomery County Community College from 1969 to 2007 and was admired by the thousands of students who attended her classes.
Maria A. Thomas, 59, of Malvern.
Maria was employed with Krapf Bus Company. She loved palm trees and going to the beach. She enjoyed reading, cross stitching, and traveling, especially to Disney. But most of all, loved spending time with her granddaughter, Sierra.
Sister Marie Albert Kunberger, 82, of Immaculata.
Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Albert Kunberger and the late Josephine Brookes Kunberger.