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Robert Lynn Baseman, 75, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Encyclopaedia Britannica , died Feb. 17 at home in Sarasota, Fla. He was formerly of Philadelphia. As a teenager, Baseman regularly drew a cartoon called "Oh, Fudge" for the Evening Bulletin in Philadelphia. He graduated from Central High School in 1950 and earned a bachelor's degree in business...
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Rabbi Albert L. Lewis, 90, religious leader of Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, N.J., for 44 years, died Feb. 10. He was a resident of Cherry Hill. Lewis joined Beth Sholom in 1948 as a student rabbi. He retired in 1992. After becoming rabbi emeritus, he taught adult education there until four years ago. A native of the Bronx,...
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Hannah Kohn, 105, an artist and dress-shop owner, died Feb. 1 at her home in Rittenhouse Square. Kohn's work was exhibited in shows at the Art Alliance and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In the late 1990s, her son, Eugene Kohn, put on an exhibit of her paintings and invited nearly 300 prominent guests to the gathering in...
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Stanley E. Gever, 86, a Philadelphia attorney and World War II veteran, died Feb. 2. A graduate of West Philadelphia High School, the Wharton School of Business and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Gever served four years in the Office of Naval Intelligence for the Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet Air Force at Pearl Harbor, where he planned battle strategy. As...
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Alex Rosenthal, 102, an accountant and retired partner of Goldenberg Rosenthal, LLP, died Jan. 30. Born in Philadelphia, he lived in Elkins Park for 70 years. Rosenthal started his own accounting firm, Rosenthal Malloy, in 1929, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania. His brother, S. Henry Rosenthal, had founded the firm of Goldenberg Rosenthal 10 years before. As each...
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