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In Memoriam
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Lawrence Stengel Lí50 Lancaster, Pa., February 2006.

Charles Thierman Cí38, Lí41 Margate City, N.J., February 2006.

Parke H. Ulrich, Jr. Lí57 Collegeville, Pa., March 2006, a lawyer and Korean War veteran. Mr. Ulrich was a Partner with Fox, Differ, Callahan, Ulrich & OíHara and later joined Masterson, Braunfield, & Milner. He also served as Montgomery County assistant district attorney and as solicitor for the Montgomery County sheriff, the Borough of Hatboro, the Borough of Schwenksville, and the Schwenksville Borough Authority. He was a former president of the Montgomery County Bar Association and the Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association. In the Korean War, Mr. Ulrich served as the platoon leader of a tank battalion. Mr. Ulrich is survived by his wife Elizabeth Jones Ulrich; his son Parke M.; his daughters Gwen Kenealy, Lisa Kavanaugh, Anne Murray and Kate Miller; and twelve grandchildren.
 
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