Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775
Lester Samuel Cohen, 84, a retired chemist, died March 22 at the Quadrangle in Haverford. Cohen worked at the DuPont company for 25 years in Philadelphia and Delaware. He was once voted "Best Boss" at DuPont for his lifelong love of science and playful sense of humor. Cohen was drafted out of college to serve in the Army as a...
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Max Kahn, 93, a World War II veteran and a veteran of the Machal in the 1948 War of Independence of Israel, died Feb. 11 in Philadelphia. A native of Cleveland, Kahn lived in a Jewish orphanage and was adopted as a young child. He moved to Philadelphia with his parents, Jacob and Rose Cohen. His mother died when he...
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Norman G. Schneeberg, 94, a former chief of endocrinology at Philadelphia General Hospital, died March 1 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He was a resident of Philadelphia. Schneeberg worked at Philadelphia General Hospital from 1957 to 1977, and at Jefferson Park Hospital from 1972 to 1995, where he also served as chief of endocrinology for some time. He was a...
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Herman "Hy" M. Panzer, 88, a retired dermatologist, died March 11 at the Hill at Whitemarsh. He was formerly of Cheltenham A native of Newark, N.J., Panzer established a practice in 1946 in West Oak Lane. He later moved his office to Cedarbrook, and was practicing in Chestnut Hill when he retired at 83. From 1959 to 1974, he worked...
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Paul E. Epstein, 68, a retired physician who was an expert on lung diseases, died March 12 at Penn Medicine at Rittenhouse in Philadelphia. He was a resident of Gladwyne. Epstein was a clinical professor at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, and in 1973 served as founding director of Penn's Cardiovascular Pulmonary Training Program. He was chief of the...
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