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Leon McKenzie, president of Sure Sports Lending, attended LFS from 1978-1984 and remains passionate about LFS. He credits the school for shaping his continued learning experiences through our "philosophies of faith in the integrity of each child, respect for the individual, and the community." Leon started the McKenzie Promising Fututes Fund for LFS which provides tuition grants to students in grades three through six. The entire school community looks forward to visits with Leon and his wife, Joleen, pictured here with John McKinstry.
Trs. Regina and Susie enjoyed seeing Osa on a recent visit to LFS. Osa is now working at Lincoln Financial Group.
Jay serves as Facilities Manager at Philadelphia Business Techonology Center.
Dillon Reyes, Alec Sena, and Gabe Cloutier West enjoyed catching up at the Reading Terminal this weekend. 7/2016
Jean Loft Seiler '54 and LFS parent and alumni parent, Laura Matika, enjoyed meeting each other at Stillwater meeting in Sarasota Springs, NY.
"I enjoyed the reunion we had in February 1999 for the classes of 1956 and 1957, seeing the school and some of my classmates again after all those years. I have very happy memories of my school days at LFS, and I continue to be proud of the school as I read about it in the Newsletter."
Dominique Smith '05 visited LFS in June 2016 and bumped into former classmate, Alexander Sena '05. Dominique is beginning her senior year at Cheyney University, a political science major.
Elsa Graitcer Hetherington '59 reconnected with us via Facebook. Elsa remembers LFS teachers Jane, Florence, Mary, Gladys, and Marjorie.
"I want to let you know how much I enjoyed the LFS Homecoming which you hosted in the fall. The hours spent on campus were very meaningful and emotional for me and for my sister, Beth Hague. Lansdowne Friends was for me and still is a very special place; a place of caring, creativity and strong Quaker principles. [...] I needed the influence of Quakerism and our country needs it desperately in these times."
"Nearly retired but still producing the occasional radio story for pubic radio. Living part-time in Atlanta and St. Simons Island, GA. Five grandchildren. "
Margery DeArmond Maconachy '56 writes, " I recall that my dad was often busy on committees at Lansdowne Friends Meeting and my mom, Teacher Virginia, spent years working at LFS. The meeting and school were such a firm and fond part of the fabric ofour lives. LFS is a small gem among Quaker schools and I shall ever be in their debt." Margery and her husband live in Washington.
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