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Having graduated from the University of North Carolina, Ed returned to the Philadelphia area to join his father and brother, Harry Coslett, in a family stevedoring business, E. Ed and Judy remained married for 69 years, and raised three children in Swarthmore.
In 1977, they left Swarthmore to live on a family farm in Newtown Square for 31 years, and spent their final years at Dunwoody Village.
Surviving are her daughter, Deborah (Mick) Dunlap of Newark; her grandson Kyle (Megan) Dunlap of Newark; two nephews, Eric (Nancy) Landis and Shawn Landis and her beloved pet cats, "Cinder" and "Bandit".
It is a useful year 'round program and comes in handy during the down times when you don't see your athletes in the off-season.Memorial contributions may be made to the Licking County Humane Society, 825 Thornwood Dr SW, Heath, OH 43056. The Teagle Foundation is committed to supporting innovation in teaching and learning in liberal arts education, while focusing on accountability and backing high quality, cost-effective programming in higher education.His family remembers him as a devoted and loving husband, parent and grandparent with a kind and generous nature. She is also survived by her beloved sister-in-law, Lucy Ennis Kiziuk; and two great grandchildren, Sasha Smith Branecki and Remy William Branecki.A public memorial service will be held on Thursday, August 3, at 11 a.m., at the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, 727 Harvard Avenue. Dozia, as she was known to many, was predeceased by her husband William J. She was his partner in life and in their business, William J. Dozia loved her family and preparing special foods for the holidays and participating in all the Ukrainian traditions.
Lafayette College, working in collaboration with LVAIC, was awarded a three-year grant “to collaboratively design courses and sets of modules” and build a network “of ‘Digital Faculty Fellows’ who will mentor each other and generate interest among colleagues to pursue hybrid course development opportunities that enrich the academic experience, while sharing costs and using classroom and laboratory facilities more efficiently.” Faculty from four LVAIC institutions are developing a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach for teaching students about wastewater handling and treatment systems through a visual web-based module complete with educational videos, lecture notes, and hands-on activities surrounding different types of facilities, their technology, and their current innovations.