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Priscilla Wyatt Davis '50 reconnected with LFS via the school website. She writes, "I was known as the daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred'. My father was the caretaker of the school and the Meeting House. We lived in a small two story house on the grounds which was demolished in the early 50's."
Deborah Reeder '50 is a cellist with The Philadelphia Trio, principal cellist of The Opera Company of Philadelphia, member of the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra, co-director of music at The Mountains (in Eagles Mere, PA), former member and currently a frequent substitute with The Philadelphia Orchestra, and on the faculty at Temple University.
"I have such fond memories of Lansdowne Friends - in particular Gladys Chilton, Pearl Hoop and Teacher Mary."
Deceased July 2015
Members of the LFS community enjoyed visiting Marsie Levering Hawkinson and seeing Third Haven Friends Meeting in Easton, Maryland.
"I received a wonderful education at Lansdowne Friends School and made good friends. I still remember Teacher Masie, Head of School, who was a very enthusiastic teacher and leader."
Sara G. Price Keates '38 entered Lansdowne Friends School in 1931. Her favorite memories of LFS include outdoor Kindergarten and her third grade teacher, Miss Armor, who was her favorite teacher of all her school days! She remembers learning French and the names of constellations. Sara includes gardening and painting among her hobbies and is a hospital volunteer.
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Douglas Neal '36 in November 2009.
Frank Mustin '36 attended the LFS graduation of his great-granddaughter, Cordelia, in June 2016. Cordelia's grandmother, Virginia Mustin Gourlie '61, attended, as well.
Kara Fichthorn '93 graduated in May from NYU with a Masters in Higher Education Administration. Kara is now Associate Director of Graduate Studies at Polytechnic Institute of NYU.
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Lansdowne, PA 19050
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