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Cantor Uriel Naor, who served for many years at Tiferet Bet Israel in Blue Bell and had an active concert career worldwide, died Sept. 27.
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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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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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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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Jerry Wolman, the Shenandoah native who took the Philadelphia Eagles under his wing for six years starting in 1964, died this week.
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