Herbert Dorrow, 88, died April 2, 2017, at St. Luke’s Hospice House, Bethlehem. Born in Bath, he was a son of the late Fred and Mary (Sirocki) Dorozowski. He was the husband of Doris Dorrow for 63 years.
He was in the U.S. Army in Europe.
He was a sheet metal technician at Bethlehem Steel’s Homer Research Labs until he retired in 1985 after 33 years of service.
He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church for more than 66 years.
Suzanne H. (Griffiths) Diamandopoulos, 78, of Bethlehem, died April 8, 2017. Born in Coaldale, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Suzanne (Kulick) Griffiths. She was the wife of the late Dimitri E. Diamandopoulos for 49 years.
She attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Philadelphia General Hospital School of Nursing.
She was a registered nurse and worked for the Philadelphia public health department. She was later a visiting nurse.
She was a member of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Bethlehem.
Families facing the challenges of their children using social media and how it affects their relationships with peers are invited to attend a free presentation by best-selling author Rachel Simmons.
“Peer Relationships in the Age of Social Media” will be held 7 p.m. April 19 at The Swain School, 1100 S. 24th St., Allentown, as the third program in the school’s Parenting Education Series.
All presentations are free and open to the public. Attendees are asked to register at swain.org.
Animals are available for adoption at the Center for Animal Health & Welfare no-kill shelter, 1165 Island Park Road, Easton. The shelter is working to end pet overpopulation by running a clinic so animals can be spayed or neutered before they go home. For more information, call 610-252-7722 or visit www.healthyanimalcenter.org.
A Macungie man was taken into custody overnight March 22 after allegedly fleeing from police following a car chase and crash, according to Pennsylvania State Police Reading.
A felony warrant had been issued for Rodney McDonald, 36, of the 100 block of Hunter Forge Road, for allegedly fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and related charges.
A free STEM workshop will be held 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. April 25, for children in grades two through eight at Bethlehem Area Public Library Southside branch, 400 Webster St. No registration required.
For information, visit www.bapl.org or call 610-867-7852.
Kim S. Donatelli, 53, of Bethlehem, died April 9, 2017. Born in Bethlehem, she was a daughter of Cynthia (Kern) Davis and the late Richard “Dickie” Davis. She was the wife of Andy Donatelli for 28 years.
She was a 1981 graduate of Freedom HS. She graduated summa cum laude from West Chester University and earned a master of science degree in education from Wilkes University.
She was a BASD teacher for 22 years. She taught first grade at Governor Wolf ES for the last 11 years
She was a member of East Hills Moravian Church.
William W. Wolfe Sr., 80, died Feb. 20, 2017, at Lehigh Valley-Muhlenberg Hospital. Born in Freemansburg, he was a son of the late Harry and Marion (Searfoss) Wolfe. He was the husband of the late Nancylee M. (Hahn) Wolfe for 25 years.
He was a paratrooper in the U. S. Army.
He is survived by two sons, William Jr. and Daniel; four daughters, Sondralee and April Wolfe, Rachel Rasley and Darlene Shannon; nine grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by a son, David Wolfe.
CAMELOT FOR CHILDREN, INC., Allentown, needs volunteers (age 11+) for Camp Camelot from June 19 to Aug. 4. Sign up on website www.camelotforchildren.org or contact Christine Cleaver, 610-791-5683, email@example.com.
COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR CHILDREN, INC./HEAD START, Allentown, needs volunteers to be classroom assistants for pre-school children in structured settings throughout the Lehigh Valley. Contact Stacy Perlaki, 610-437-6000, ext. 2113, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family members: I live with my parents, Karyn and Joseph, and my siblings, Shannon and Stephen.
Favorite subject: History has always been my favorite subject because it gives everything a reason. Specifically, global studies was definitely the best class because I find global conflicts most relevant in our lives.