Eadie Iris Grosflam Geller, born April 11, 1922, died after a short illness on September 11, 2012, surrounded by family. Eadie, born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, was the daughter of Saul and Bayla Grosflam. She attended Philadelphia High School for Girls, was the recipient if the S. R. Rouda Prize, and graduated with honors in 1939; she then continued her education at University of Pennsylvania. During WWII she helped her country by working in the Philadelphia Naval Yard. After the war, she met her husband of 65 years, Henry Geller, D.D.S., a Major in the Army Air Force. They married on June 1, 1947, making their home in Mt. Airy, and summered in Atlantic City. Eadie was active as an officer for both her synagogue sisterhood and for the women’s auxiliary of St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children; alongside her Commodore husband, she was very active at the Margate City Yacht Club in New Jersey. Ever the businesswoman, after their children were in school, Eadie worked part time at her friend’s boutique; she enjoyed this so much that she decided to buy the business, The Little Shoppe, located in Jenkintown, PA. Her business enterprise expanded to two boutiques and a gift store, Cache-Cache, also in Jenkintown. Eadie and Henry relocated to Boynton Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida in 1996. She continued her love of writing and fashion as she penned the column, Garb Gab, for her community in Florida. She is survived by her sister, Irene Gutnick, husband Henry, children, Scott Geller, Kim (Mark) Davidson, Shira Geller, and her grandchildren, Brandon Geller, Jack Davidson and Lauren Davidson. Please direct any further inquiries to [email protected].