Thursday, July 10, 2014 Tammuz 12, 5774
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Wendy N. Greenberg, 61, a linguist who headed up the modern language department and was a professor emerita at Penn State’s Lehigh Valley Campus, died Aug. 28.
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Liesl Loeb, a Holocaust survivor whose travails with other survivors aboard the ill-fated S.S. St Louis was truly a Voyage of the Damned — the title of a 1976 movie that charted the doomed ship on its aborted way to freedom — died Aug. 25.
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Shirley Herz became a Broadway legend as a press agent/PR phenomenon even as she remained a loyal Philadelphian, coming back home for family visits and always aware of the local theater scene.
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Jack J. Cohen, who served as chairman of the Allied Jewish Appeal of South Jersey (now known as the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey) some 30 years ago, died at age 87 on July 26.
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Mel Herrin, 79, a leader in the packaging industry, died on July 15 of complications from lung cancer.
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