Lifelong Upper Dublin resident passes away at the age of 101

Mary Winslow of Dresher passed away on October 4 at the age of 101.

According to a Facebook post on behalf of Upper Dublin Township Police Department Mrs. Winslow was known to many officers and was a lifelong resident of Upper Dublin Township.

From the post:

Mrs. Winslow attended elementary school in the schoolhouse which is now a preschool at Limekiln Pike and Mundock Road, seventh and eighth grades at a former school on Madison Avenue in Fort Washington and she graduated in 1939 from Ambler High School, which was on Tennis Avenue. She was the only notary in Upper Dublin Township for 50 years, she was a founding member of Saint Alphonsus Church and she was an 80-year member of the Colony Club of Ambler, which raised funds for charities every year. In 2019, Mrs. Winslow served as one of two Grand Marshals in the Upper Dublin Township Tricentennial Parade.

Above all else, Mrs. Winslow was a great person. Whether you had met her before or were meeting her for the first time, she was always welcoming and kind. Mrs. Winslow will be missed, but not soon forgotten. We extend our deepest condolences to Mrs. Winslow’s family and friends. 💙

Mrs. Winslow’s obituary can be found here.