Saturday, October 1, 2016 Elul 28, 5776
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The designer and prominent philanthropist from Merion Station left a significant mark on the city’s cultural and institutional skyline.
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In addition to her roles leading summer camps, Black was reportedly the first female board member to take a seat on the bimah at her conservative synagogue in Elkins Park.
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The Rydal resident had a storied 44-year career in sales and production with KYW-TV.
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Rubinsohn lived a rich and colorful life that included encounters with gangster Al Capone and Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
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Carol Pollock, whose social-action involvements included working to assure that Vietnam War MIAs not be forgotten, died Dec. 13.
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