Monday, May 2, 2016 Nisan 24, 5776
Richard G. Fish, 83, an artist whose paintings and drawings have been on display in many exhibitions and appeared in various publications, died May 25. Fish received special attention in art throughout elementary and junior high school, and received advanced painting training at the Clymer School. He attended elective art classes at the Graphic Sketch Club and the School Art...
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Roy Eitan, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
TEL AVIV Yosef Lapid, among the most politically incorrect figures of Israeli politics, died of cancer June 1. He was 77. Known to friends and foes alike as "Tommy," a nickname from his native Yugoslavia, La-pid was a dominant figure among Israel's intelligentsia. As playwright, journalist and commentator, he brought an old European brio to the nascent Jewish state. Memories...
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Sarle H. Cohen, 78, a retired physician who practiced internal medicine and geriatrics in the greater Philadelphia area, died May 8 at his home after a long illness. He was a resident of Wynnewood. Cohen was raised in Reading and graduated from the Hotchkiss School and Yale University. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1955, he...
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Morris "Moe" Sussman, owner of Moe's Deli and Restaurant, died May 2. He was a resident of Boynton Beach, Fla., formerly of Philadelphia. Sussman opened the restaurant in 1952 on the 7300 block of Frankford Ave. It was a small delicatessen, with a few self-serve tables, and primarily sold lunch meats and breads. Customer demand was high, so Sussman moved...
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Joshua Sack, 22, the drummer for the Brakes, a Philadelphia rock band, died May 4 of acute myelogenous leukemia. He was a resident of Merion. A graduate of Lower Merion High School, Sack played piano, upright bass and guitar as well as drums. He studied drums at Berklee College of Music in Boston for a year, but left school to...
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