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POTTSTOWN — The word most spoken by those reflecting on Tuesday’s death of longtime public official Dennis Wausnock, who served in public offices in the borough for more than 20 years, was “dedicated.”
Wausnock, 77, died Tuesday at Pottstown Memorial Medical Center after a long battle with congestive heart failure.
A U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War, Wausnock’s public service included 16 years on the Pottstown Borough Council, where he served as both vice president and president.
He was three years into his second four-year term on the Pottstown School Board, also serving as vice president, when he passed away.
Elizabeth Taylor was as famous for her off-screen antics as she was for the movies she starred in. Taylor, once one of Hollywood’s biggest stars and sex symbols, led a tumultuous life filled with many marriages, divorces and a myriad of health problems and surgeries which eventually left her wheelchair bound.
Taylor made over 50 movies and received countless awards and honors for her films and charity work. She exemplified the golden age of Hollywood and was a bona fide movie star. She lived her life in the public eye, which at times worked in her favor and other times made her the butt of jokes and the object of much ridicule and hate. She was once even chastised by the Vatican for her off-screen escapades with Richard Burton.
Elizabeth Taylor died yesterday of congestive heart failure at the age of 79. She is survived by four children, ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A private family funeral is planned for later this week.