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Richard Scholl


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Richard Scholl Obituary
RICHARD SCHOLL Richard Scholl, 66, of Upper Gwynedd Township, passed away suddenly Wednesday, March 26, 2014. He was the husband of Mary (Hutko) Scholl, with whom he shared 41 years of marriage. Born September 29, 1947 in Sellersville, he was the son of Edna (Godshall) Scholl of Telford and the late Kenneth Scholl. In addition to his wife and mother, surviving are his daughter, Jane Scholl and her fianc, Watson Tanlamai, of New York, NY. Richard grew up in Souderton and had become a proud Eagle Scout. In 1969, Rich graduated from Penn State University. He continued his studies at Villanova University; receiving his Masters of Science degree in 1982. Before retiring, he was employed for 27 years as a Logistics Management Specialist for the U.S. Federal Government in Northeast Philadelphia. Though retired from his full time career, he continued working for Montgomery County Community College as an Adjunct Professor in the Psychology Department. Rich was the first professor at MONTCO to develop and implement an online course in Psychology. Richard was a member of Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church in Lansdale. In his spare time, he enjoyed hiking and spending time outdoors. Above all, Rich loved his family dearly. Rich was an exercise enthusiast. He particularly enjoyed swimming and cycling. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the YMCA of Lansdale, 608 E. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446. Relatives and friends are invited to greet Richard's family from 8:45-9:45am, Monday, March 31, 2014 at Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, 900 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale. A Funeral Mass will begin at 10am. Interment will follow in Zion Memorial Gardens, Telford. Arrangements are by Huff & Lakjer Funeral Home, Lansdale.
Published in The Reporter on Mar. 29, 2014
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