Lawrence F. Flick
Lawrence F. Flick of Ardmore died April 10, 2009. He was 74. He was born in Philadelphia to the late Joseph S. and Phyllis B. Flick (nee Byrne). He graduated from Lower Merion High School in 1954; Villanova University and Villanova University Law School. He later became the Montgomery County Controller and president of Villanova Law Alumni Association. He also served as a member of Zone Nine House Delegates, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and as a Republican committeeman. He was very involved in Republican politics and enjoyed gardening. He is predeceased by his brother, Joseph S. A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Colman Church, Ardmore. Interment followed at Calvary Cemetery privately. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sally (nee Feise); two sons, Lawrence F. and Frank C.; two daughters, Virginia, and Phyllis B.; his brothers, Robert and John; his grandchildren and step-grandchildren; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and loving friends.
Sister Mary J. Gallagher, I.H.M.
Sister Mary J. Gallagher, I.H.M., formerly Sister Ann Maureen, I.H.M., died April 19, 2009 at Camilla Hall. She entered the congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1949 and professed first vows in 1951. She spent most of her career teaching elementary and secondary education within the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. After earning her doctorate in English from Temple University she began teaching at the university. In 2007, she was assigned to Camilla Hall. She is predeceased by her parents James and Ann McLaughlin Gallagher and two brothers, Thomas and James. A funeral Mass was celebrated April 22 at Camilla Hall. Interment followed in the Immaculata Cemetery. She is survived by one brother, Father John Gallagher; a cousin, Sister Anita Patrick, I.H.M.; a niece, a nephew, a grandniece and her religious community.
Sister Mary Alan Barszczewski, C.S.S.F.
Sister Mary Alan Barszczewski, C.S.S.F., formerly Rosemary Elizabeth Barszczewski, died April 7, 2009 in Jersey City, N. J. She was 62. She was born in Philadelphia and later entered the postulancy of the Felician Sisters in Lodi, N. J., in 1964. She professed her final vows in 1971. She earned her bachelor’s degree in history from LaSalle College as well as her master’s degree from Villanova University. She went on to teach elementary and secondary education. A funeral Mass was celebrated April 14 at the Felician Sisters’ Provincial Chapel. Interment followed at the Felician Sisters Cemetery. She is survived by her sister Monica and her brother Ted.
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