Sunday, April 20, 2014 Nisan 20, 5774
Myron Schneeberg, 74, a physician who practiced urology in the Philadelphia area for more than 30 years, died May 21. He was a longtime resident of Cheltenham. Schneeberg, who practiced in association with his older brother, Arthur Schneeberg, most recently embarked on a successful career as a medical director at Independence Blue Cross. He credited his parents' devotion to community...
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Alan J. Davis, 70, a partner in the litigation department at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP, died May 8. He was a resident of Philadelphia. Davis' practice areas included complex and multi-district commercial litigation, securities, criminal law, municipal law and professional liability. He was a member of the Securities Group, the White Collar Litigation Group and the Public-Private Partnerships...
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Leonard Cantor, 88, owner of a dishwasher manufacturing firm, died April 25. He was a resident of Elkins Park. Cantor graduated from Atlantic City High School and earned a bachelor's degree in business from Temple University. He held several positions prior to entering the U.S. Army. He was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant and assigned as the Adjuant at the Army...
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Milton A. Eisenberg, 87, past president of the Yellow Cab Company of Philadelphia, died May 2 at his home in Cheltenham, where he resided for more than 50 years. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Eisenberg joined the taxicab company in 1941. He was drafted into the Army later that year before the attack on Pearl Harbor. During World War II, he...
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Stanton Segal, 79, a physician and researcher who spent half a century studying and treating rare metabolic diseases in children, died April 16. He was a resident of Merion Station. Segal, who worked at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for 41 years, was international-ly recognized for his contributions to the scientific understanding of inherited metabolic diseases. He was a particular expert...
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