Posted: November 25, 1993


Lois R. Morgan Kimble, 64, a professor emeritus of nursing at Bucks County Community College in Newtown Township, died Nov. 16 at Grand View Hospital in Sellersville.

Mrs. Kimble was born in Scranton, graduated from West Scranton High School in 1946 and then from Keystone Junior College in La Plume, Pa. She received her nursing degree from the Moses Taylor School of Nursing in Scranton in 1950.

She received a bachelor's degree in nursing from Gwynedd Mercy College in Lower Gwynedd Township in 1975, a master's degree in education from Beaver

College in Glenside in 1978 and a master's degree in nursing from Widener University in Chester in 1984.

At the time of her death, Mrs. Kimble was professor emeritus in the nursing education department at Bucks County Community College, having retired in August.

She was a member of the Sigma Theta Tau national honor society for nurses and a charter member of the Hatboro Chapter of the Deborah Hospital Foundation. In addition, she was a member of Lehman Memorial United Methodist Church in Hatboro.

Mrs. Kimble is survived by her husband of 42 years, John R. Kimble, and a daughter, Alison Lee Simpkins.

A funeral service was held Friday at the A. Groh Schneider Funeral Home in Hatboro. Burial was in Dunmore Cemetery in Dunmore, Pa.

Memorial contributions may be made to Lehman Memorial United Methodist Church, 300 S. York Rd., Hatboro, Pa. 19040.


Julia Dubyak Ribaric, 65, of Newtown Township, a retired quality control officer and a homemaker, died Nov. 11 at Saint Mary Hospital in Langhorne.

Mrs. Ribaric was born and educated in Patton, Pa., and had lived in Langhorne for 28 years before moving to Newtown Township four years ago.

Earlier this year, she retired as a quality control employee for Amoco Co. in Langhorne, where she had worked for 14 years.

Mrs. Ribaric was a communicant of the Church of St. Andrew in Newtown Township.

She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Anthony J. Ribaric; a daughter, Darlene M. Rosendale; a son, Anthony D.; four grandchildren; four brothers, and three sisters.

A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Nov. 15 at the Church of St. Andrew in Newtown Township. Burial was in St. Andrew's Cemetery in Newtown Borough.

Arrangements were made by the Joseph A. Fluehr 3d Funeral Home in Richboro.


Oscar Liss, 73, of Point Pleasant, a retired truck driver, died Nov. 15 at Doylestown Hospital.

Mr. Liss was born and educated in Rockledge and had lived in Point Pleasant for 30 years.

For 31 years he was a truck driver for Korman Corp. He retired 11 years ago.

Mr. Liss had been a member of Point Pleasant Baptist Church for 30 years.

He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Jean Lancaster Liss; three sons, Richard O., Robert D. and Barry Berkhimer; a daughter, Barbara Haas; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three brothers, and a sister.

A funeral service was held Friday at the Reed & Steinbach Funeral Home in Doylestown Borough. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery in Roslyn.

Memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association, Suite 520, One Plymouth Meeting, Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 19462.


Wendel J. Tazik, 69, a former inventory control employee and a food service employee, died Friday at his home in Levittown.

Mr. Tazik was born in Clifton, N.J., and raised in Bristol Borough. He graduated from Bristol High School in 1941.

He had lived in Levittown for 40 years.

An Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, Mr. Tazik was a technical sergeant and served as a radio operator aboard troop carriers in the Philippines and South Pacific.

Mr. Tazik was employed in the inventory control operation of Paterson Parchment Paper Co. in Bristol Township for 25 years until that plant closed in the late 1970s. After that, he was employed at Kasdon's Restaurant in Levittown.

Mr. Tazik is survived by his wife of 47 years, Dorothy Polyak Tazik; five daughters, Janet M. Majikas, Kathleen Monahan, Lorraine T. Scanlin, Maryann T. Parker and Noreen Mazenko; seven grandchildren; a brother, and three sisters.

A funeral service was to be held Tuesday at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home Inc. in Levittown. A Mass of Christian Burial was to be offered at St. Joseph the Worker Church in Levittown.

Burial was in St. Mary of the Assumption Cemetery in Trenton.

Memorial contributions may be made to Chandler Hall Hospice, Buck Road and Barclay Street, Newtown, Pa. 18940.


Beatrice York Plummer, 86, of Holland, a homemaker, died Nov. 12 at Attleboro Nursing Home in Langhorne.

Mrs. Plummer was born in England and came to the United States as a teenager. She lived in Philadelphia for many years. She moved to Twining Village in Holland in 1989.

For 65 years she was the wife of Merton F. Plummer, who died in 1991.

Mrs. Plummer is survived by two daughters, Doris E. White and Barbara A. Weideman; four grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.

A funeral service was held Nov. 16 at the Joseph A. Fluehr 3d Funeral Home in Richboro. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park in Lower Southampton Township.

Memorial contributions may be made to Bucks County Association for the Blind, 4 Freedom Dr., Box 290, Newtown, Pa. 18940.

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