The little things that we tend to forget, as life moves bye so very swift.
A baby’s first smile, your very first kiss,
Water running over your feet as you walk near the beach.
Your very first ride on a Merry-Go-Round as the horse you’re riding goes up and down,
The first time you see a shooting star.
Just remember it’s the little things in life that make you who you are.
It doesn’t matter how old you get; you never will forget that very first kiss.
You may not remember the day, the time, or the hour.
But you never will forget, the – ONE – You gave, your very first kiss.
Diane passed away on August 12th. She was a noted local historian and Director and Curator at the Historical Society of Frankford.
We were heartbroken to find out that our beloved Diane Sadler passed away. She was a joy to work with in our film and was a true historian. In her honor, we have put together a short In Memoriam of a clip that was never released. It shows her love for history, her humor, and what a beautiful human being she was. She will be missed by many people. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends, and may she rest in peace. Jason Sherman, filmmaker, The King’s Highway
Local history activist John Buffington commented, ‘No one has ever been as devoted for as long or as diligently to Frankford history as Diane Sadler. She was an inspiration to us, and we will keep at it. But Diane will be sorely missed.’
Services will be held at Emmanuel Resurrection Episcopal Church, 8201 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19136 on Tuesday, August 24th at 11:00 A.M. Church will be open for Viewing and Greetings at 10:00 A.M. No flowers please. Donations can be made in Diane’s name to The Historical Society of Frankford, P.O. Box 4888, Philadelphia, PA 19124. .