In memory of
Jean Love Dykstra
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In memory of
Jean Love Dykstra
Jean Love Dykstra, 99 Proud third-generation Staten Island native, SI Academy graduate Jean Love Dykstra of Haverford, Pa., died peacefully at her home on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, having celebrated her 99th birthday on September 17. Born in 1920 she was a proud third generation native of Staten Island, the daughter of Edward Lenox Love and Harriet Cook Love of Bard Avenue. She was the second of four children. She graduated from the Staten Island Academy in 1938, Mount Vernon Junior College in Washington, D.C., in 1940 and the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1942. There she met Franz Rickaby Dykstra, her husband of 59 years. He died in 2003. They moved to Haverford in 1950. A stay-at-home mom to three daughters, all of whom were born on Staten Island, Jean was a longtime enthusiastic docent at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a past board member of the Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr, Pa., and Mount Vernon Junior College, a volunteer at Bryn Mawr Hospital and a member of the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years. She is survived by Christina Dykstra Mead (David Mead) of Washington, D.C., and Chatham, Mass., Alison Dykstra (Andrew Schulman) of Santa Rosa, Calif., and Gretchen Dykstra of Cold Spring, N.Y.; granddaughters, Abigail Dykstra Mead of New York and Marisol Cortes Dykstra of Santa Rosa, Calif.; and one great-grandson, Eli Cortes Dykstra, age one. Her brother, Robert Linder Love of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, also survives her. She will be cremated and then buried (with her husband) at Moravian Cemetery sometime this spring. Donations can be made to Ludington Library, 5 South Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010 or the Lifelong Learning Endowment at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, www.philamuseum.org
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In memory of
Jean Love Dykstra
Jean Love Dykstra, 99 Proud third-generation Staten Island native, SI Academy graduate Jean Love Dykstra of Haverford, Pa., died peacefully at her home on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, having celebrated her 99th birthday on September 17. Born in 1920 she was a proud third generation native of Staten Island, the daughter of Edward Lenox Love and Harriet Cook Love of Bard Avenue. She was the second of four children. She graduated from the Staten Island Academy in 1938, Mount Vernon Junior College in Washington, D.C., in 1940 and the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1942. There she met Franz Rickaby Dykstra, her husband of 59 years. He died in 2003. They moved to Haverford in 1950. A stay-at-home mom to three daughters, all of whom were born on Staten Island, Jean was a longtime enthusiastic docent at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a past board member of the Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr, Pa., and Mount Vernon Junior College, a volunteer at Bryn Mawr Hospital and a member of the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years. She is survived by Christina Dykstra Mead (David Mead) of Washington, D.C., and Chatham, Mass., Alison Dykstra (Andrew Schulman) of Santa Rosa, Calif., and Gretchen Dykstra of Cold Spring, N.Y.; granddaughters, Abigail Dykstra Mead of New York and Marisol Cortes Dykstra of Santa Rosa, Calif.; and one great-grandson, Eli Cortes Dykstra, age one. Her brother, Robert Linder Love of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, also survives her. She will be cremated and then buried (with her husband) at Moravian Cemetery sometime this spring. Donations can be made to Ludington Library, 5 South Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010 or the Lifelong Learning Endowment at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, www.philamuseum.org
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This extraordinary mixed flower bouquet is an excellent choice for creating a beautiful, serene and reverential setting for an urn containing the cremated remains of the deceased. The asymmetrical arrangement is hand-arranged by a local FTD artisan florist and includes Dendrobium orchids, roses, calla lilies, and lush, complementary greenery in a low silvery plastic rectangular container. Beautiful on its own or to enhance a display of a meaningful memento, photograph or candle. Standard bouquet is approx. 20"H x 27"W.

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This extraordinary mixed flower bouquet is an excellent choice for creating a beautiful, serene and reverential setting for an urn containing the cremated remains of the deceased. The asymmetrical arrangement is hand-arranged by a local FTD artisan florist and includes Dendrobium orchids, roses, calla lilies, and lush, complementary greenery in a low silvery plastic rectangular container. Beautiful on its own or to enhance a display of a meaningful memento, photograph or candle. Deluxe bouquet is approx. 21"H x 28"W.

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This extraordinary mixed flower bouquet is an excellent choice for creating a beautiful, serene and reverential setting for an urn containing the cremated remains of the deceased. The asymmetrical arrangement is hand-arranged by a local FTD artisan florist and includes Dendrobium orchids, roses, calla lilies, and lush, complementary greenery in a low silvery plastic rectangular container. Beautiful on its own or to enhance a display of a meaningful memento, photograph or candle. Premium bouquet is approx. 22"H x 30"W.

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