Elizabeth Walters Lehman, 102, a former Girl Scout executive and wife of a Saturday Evening Post senior editor, died of complications of anemia Friday, May 25, at Kendal at Granville, an assisted-living residence in Granville, Ohio.
Mrs. Lehman, who grew up in Altoona, Pa., and Narberth, was a descendant of John Ulrich Bergey, who helped found a Mennonite settlement in 1728 in Lower Salford, Montgomery County.
She studied art at Livingston Academy in Washington and attended what is now Drexel University before working for Lerner Shops in Philadelphia.
In 1942, she married Richard Long Lehman. While he pursued a career at the Saturday Evening Post in Philadelphia, she raised three children in Havertown, volunteered with the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, and was a Girl Scout leader.