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James Knox Polk Schellenger II, W’ 41, L’48, of Berwyn, Pa., died in November 2007. After graduating from Wharton, Mr. Schellenger served in the U.S. Navy Reserves from 1942-46 in the South Pacific as a communications officer. After the war, he returned to Pennsylvania after the war to attend law school and was admitted to the bar in 1948. Mr. Schellenger’s career was marked by leadership in business, civic and philanthropic organizations. He served as director, chairman of the board, and CEO for the Delaware Fund, Inc., Delta Trend Fund, Inc., Delchester Bond Fund, Inc., Delaware Investment Advisers, Inc., DMC Tax Free Income Trust and Delaware Cash Reserve. He was trustee of Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center and Valley Forge Military Academy. Mr. Schellenger also co-founded and directed The Nelson Foundation. Mr. Schellenger is survived by his wife, Ann Fussell Schellenger; two sons, James and Henry; two daughters, Elizabeth and Georgeann; 13 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
 
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