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Bernard Schwartz, 86, a pioneer in the food-supplement and nutrition industry, and a generous supporter of those in need, died Sept. 3 after a long illness. Schwartz grew up in West Oak Lane and later moved to Wynnefield. He graduated from Overbrook High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Penn State University in 1942. He...
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Herman Kessler, a past business owner, international business consultant and accountant, died Aug. 22 on his 89th birthday, after a brief illness at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Born and raised in Amsterdam, N.Y., Kessler graduated from Union College with a bachelor's degree in chemistry and earned an accounting degree from the University of Pennsylvania. While at Union College,...
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Rubin Salmansohn, 78, a senior vice president with the Citigroup Family Office in the High Net Worth Boutique, died Aug. 27. He was a resident of Elkins Park. Salmansohn, a former member of the Chicago Board of Trade, had a talent for analyzing patterns -- not only in investments, but in varied arenas. When he served as a corporal in...
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Charles E. Broudy, 79, an architect of national and international renown, died Aug. 21. He was a resident of Penn Valley. After serving in the Korean war, Broudy started Charles E. Broudy & Associates in Philadelphia, an architectural and planning firm specializing in merchandising facilities. For the next 45 years, his firm created more than 1,500 specialty shops, department stores,...
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Ronald Mark Bolnick, 74, a former executive and fire policeman, died Aug. 11 at his home in Norwood, Pa. Born in Philadelphia, Bolnick was raised in Philadelphia and Atlantic City and attended Germantown High School and Atlantic City High School. He served in the Navy on the USS Coral Sea CVA-43, then attended Temple University where he graduated with an...
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