Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Nisan 12, 5775
Ruth Marion Gold, 82, died Sept. 13 in Jenkintown. Gold grew up in the Strawberry Mansion section of Philadelphia and graduated from high school in 1947. She attended secretarial school and worked as a legal secretary for the Philadelphia courts. Gold later worked as a secretary at WPVI Channel 6 and eventually became the assistant promotions director. She worked at...
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Bernard Glassman, 74, an attorney who specialized in tax and estate law, died Aug. 18 at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He was a resident of Elkins Park. Glassman was a senior counsel at the Blank Rome law firm in Philadelphia and a former chairman of the firm's estate and tax department. He was instrumental in developing the firm's...
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Mildred Gordon, 77, a psychiatrist, died Aug. 11, at the Reading Hospital and Medical Center. Born in Philadelphia, Gordon was a graduate of Girl's High School. She earned a degree in chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1956. Gordon moved to Reading, Pa., in 1957, where she was employed as a chemist at the Bollman Hat Company. She then...
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Leonard Jordan Levick, 89, a physician, died Aug. 24. Levick graduated from Jefferson Medical College in 1946 and took his internship and residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division, in Philadelphia. He was also a retired captain in the U.S. Army. Feeling the need for a greater challenge, Levick took a year off to study at Sloan Kettering Hospital...
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Philadelphia attorney Jerome J. Shestack -- a mentor, poetry afficionado, American history buff, and, in his wife's favorite descriptor, "the pied piper of just causes" -- died of kidney failure on Thursday, Aug. 18, at his Center City home. From his first campaigns for law schools to grant women and blacks admission, the 88-year-old human rights leader never stopped --...
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