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He then moved to Pennsylvania and began a 30-year career with IBM, training internal and external customers on mainframe systems.He met and married Margaret (Peggy) Leuschner and had three children, enjoying many years of parenthood and family life.Jan’s life will be celebrated Saturday, February 10, from 2 p.m. at the Chester County Food Bank, 650 Pennsylvania Drive, Exton, PA 19341.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Chester County Food Bank or the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA), Marion Kimball Purdy, longtime Swarthmore resident, most recently of White Horse Village in Newtown Square, Pa., passed away peacefully on January 15, 2018 at the age of 88.
Jan is survived by her five children, John (and Christie) Vollmecke, Teresa Vollmecke, Robert (and Estelle) Vollmecke, Karl Vollmecke, and Karen Vollmecke; her cousin, Buddy Parker; her niece, Pam Moreland Lucas; and her nephews, Michael Moreland, Erik Vollmecke and Kirk Vollmecke.Marilyn Greene Hague, formerly of Swarthmore, passed away peacefully January 16, 2018, in the company of her loving family. Some met her on the Swarthmore campus walking her dog, while others bonded on the golf course at Rolling Green, where her kind demeanor belied her competitive spirit. I., Marilyn was the daughter of Ray and Marjorie Greene, and the sister of the late Marshall and Julie Greene. Marilyn touched the lives of who all who knew her, and shared her various passions with a wonderful array of friends.After graduating from high school, Jan moved to live with her only sister, Marian, in Washington, D. Soon afterward they moved to San Diego, where Albert worked in the aviation industry and all five of their children were born.After ten years in San Diego they headed to the Seattle area for a year before moving to Swarthmore, Pa., where they lived for some 20 years as they raised their family.
Donations in her honor may be made to Chester Children’s Chorus, Attn: Cynthia Staniszewski, Swarthmore College, 500 College Ave. He was the kind of guy who carried coins and paid with exact change.