In memory of
Phyllis MacLennan
In memory of
Phyllis MacLennan
Phyllis MacLennan MT. PLEASANT - Phyllis MacLennan, 91, of Mt.Pleasant, died early Sunday morning January 8th. Born November 14th, 1920 in Bethlehem, PA, she called many places home throughout her life including Northern California, New York City, a horse farm in New Jersey and several years abroad in Panama. A beloved mother and grandmother, she was also a world traveler and adventurer. She earned a B.A. in journalism from Hunter College and an M.S. in education from Hofstra University. Phyllis was a talented multi-linguist and worked privately as a translator before serving in Military Intelligence during WWII. In addition to being a published author of Science Fiction, she was a magazine journalist, licensed pilot, equestrian, diver, and actress of stage and screen. As a lifetime lover of dogs, she was an active member of The Weimaraner Club of America for many years. Truly an inspirational woman ahead of her time, her great intellect and biting wit will be greatly missed but never forgotten. At her request, no services will be held. Visit our guestbook at www.postandcourier.com/ deaths
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In memory of
Phyllis MacLennan
Phyllis MacLennan MT. PLEASANT - Phyllis MacLennan, 91, of Mt.Pleasant, died early Sunday morning January 8th. Born November 14th, 1920 in Bethlehem, PA, she called many places home throughout her life including Northern California, New York City, a horse farm in New Jersey and several years abroad in Panama. A beloved mother and grandmother, she was also a world traveler and adventurer. She earned a B.A. in journalism from Hunter College and an M.S. in education from Hofstra University. Phyllis was a talented multi-linguist and worked privately as a translator before serving in Military Intelligence during WWII. In addition to being a published author of Science Fiction, she was a magazine journalist, licensed pilot, equestrian, diver, and actress of stage and screen. As a lifetime lover of dogs, she was an active member of The Weimaraner Club of America for many years. Truly an inspirational woman ahead of her time, her great intellect and biting wit will be greatly missed but never forgotten. At her request, no services will be held. Visit our guestbook at www.postandcourier.com/ deaths
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