Saturday, May 30, 2015 Sivan 12, 5775
Wilfred Bernard Bond, 67, a former customer service representative for the Jewish Exponent and indispensable player for the paper, died June 22. He retired about three years ago due to health problems. A longtime Exponent employee whose appreciation for what he did charmed many a colleague -- as well as those he served as a representative of the paper to...
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Ann Spain, a longtime Jewish communal leader, died June 21 after a long illness. She was 67. Spain was a member of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Women's Philanthropy affinity group for many years and was a member of Lion of Judah, a campaign division for women who generously support Federation's annual campaign. She created a Lion of Judah...
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Ira P. Tiger, 76, an attorney, died June 2 at Abington Hospice at Warminster. He was a resident of Elkins Park. Tiger was partner at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP, from 1968 to 2002; the following year he became senior counsel. Tiger represented defendants in antitrust cases in a variety of industries. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania,...
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Seymour Friedman, 90, a decorated World War II B-24 co-pilot, died June 7 in Willow Grove, Pa. Raised in West Philadelphia, he attended Overbrook High School and enlisted in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard in 1940. He was accepted into the Aviation Cadet Program in 1942. From July to November 1944, Friedman served as the co-pilot for the 466th Bomb...
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Douglas J. Heller, 57, a Springfield Township commissioner whose development of ushistory.org drew fans and acclaim from those interested in the Revolutionary War and other early American historic events, died May 25 at the Keystone House in Wyndmoor. Heller's interest in history served him well when he got involved in saving the historic Black Horse Inn from destruction, thanks to...
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