Maggie W. Histand, 94, died Saturday evening, May 19, 2001 in Genesis Eldercare of Quakertown Center.
She lived in the Cross Keys section of Doylestown until 1981, when she moved to Dock Woods Community, Lansdale. For the past four and a half years she was a patient at the Quakertown facility.
Born in Doylestown Township, she was the daughter of the late Abram Overholdt and Emma (Wismer) Histand. She attended Lansdale School of Business and graduated from Hesston Academy, Hesston, Kan.
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