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Source: April, 1966 Volume 14 Number 1, Page 24

Resolutions of respect : in memory of Mildred P. Fisher

WHEREAS: It is with deep sorrow that the Tredyffrin-Easttown History Club has lost,in the passing of one of our Club Founders on April 7, 1966, Mildred P. Fisher.

Mrs. Fisher was not only active in starting this Club, but she was also the first Secretary, and an early President, and in-all pertaining to the life of the Club ever since, to within a few hours of her death.

WHEREAS: This interest in the history of the surrounding section of our National Heritage will go beyond her life in the preservation of the Van Leer Log Cabin on the grounds of the Conestoga High School.

She was deeply interested in many phases of life.

BE IT RESOLVED: That we record the loss of our loved member, and express our sense of loss and sincerest sympathy to our members: her husband Mr. LeRoy Fisher, her daughter-in-law Mrs. L. Kenneth Fisher; and to her daughters Mrs. Paul Pritchard, and Mrs. Wesley Ainge, and their families.

Katharine M. Stroll
Dr. J. Alden Mason
Mrs. Charles J. Erickson
April, 1966


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