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Lillie Margaret Ludman

Lillie M. Ludman of Lansdale, formerly of Broad Axe, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday evening January 4. Lillie was 73 years old, born in Philadelphia on June 5, 1937 of the late Edward and Lillie R. (Graham) Ludman. Lillie was graduated from Ambler High School. She also was graduated from Beaver College (Now Arcadia University), where she, for over 50 years, edited her class's column for the alumni news letter.

A retired fifth grade teacher in the Quakertown School District, Lillie was also a long time active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ambler. She recently retired from her position as the Literacy Coordinator for the Ambler YMCA where she served for 16 years. She belonged to the Conshohocken Business and Professional Women's Club, and served as a committee woman for the Whitpain Township Republican Party.

Lillie enjoyed reading, gardening, and photography. She also enjoyed spending time with her many friends.

Lillie is survived by two sisters, Carol J., wife of David M Heath and Patricia A, wife of Joseph S. Chinnici. She is also survived by two nieces, four nephews, and seventeen great nieces, and nephews.

Services will be held at 11am on Monday January 10, 2011 at The First Presbyterian Church of Ambler, 4 South Ridge Ave, Ambler PA. Friends may call after 10AM at the church. Internment will follow at George Washington Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her memory to:

YMCA of Ambler Literacy program
1325 McKean Rd.
Ambler, Pa. 19002



First Book
1319 F Street NW
Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20004-1155

Or to the charity of your choice.

Arrangements by Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home, Inc

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Oh, Lillie, I wanted so badly to see you over at the Y to try to reminisce about living as neighbors on 1003-1005 Loney Street in Rockledge way back about 1950. I have neat photo of you and Nikki, me an my brother on a sled in the street there in the snow. I surely miss missing you. Two bits the Good Lord received you with a very broad smile.

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