Tuesday, July 7, 2015 Tammuz 20, 5775
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In honor of April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month, Ronald S. Robbins, a board member of the Parkinson Council,was honored with the ceremonial ringing of the opening bell at NASDAQ. Sharing the honor with him (from left) are Barry Milberg of the council board and Milberg Consulting LLC; Vito Cosmo of Grant Thornton LLP; Karen Jacobson, council board member; Robbins; Samuel...
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Philadelphian Susan Orlins has authored Confessions of a Worrywart: Husbands, Lovers, Mothers and Others, which she calls a way to get in touch with your mishugas. The award-winning writer, a graduate of U of P, will talk about her book and sign copies on May 11 at the Penn Book Store. Lynne M. Abraham , former district attorney of Philadelphia,...
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Jeremy Siegel , the Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School, and a much sought after expert on national economic conditions and prospects, recently targeted the Federal Reserve’s over-capitalized balance sheet and what could be done to rectify it in an Op-Ed he wrote for the Financial Times. Among Siegel’s works as an author is The Future...
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Richard C. Gozon (left), president of Thomas Jefferson University, and David P. McQuaid, president, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, are honored with the Yitzhak Rabin Public Service Award from the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce during a special event. Both were saluted for their ongoing commitment to and collaborations with the Jewish state.
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They opened the doors for a Passover seder, and guess who came in? The whole neighborhood! That was the intent of the first community seder held at Symphony Square Senior Living in Bala Cynwyd, attended by, among others, (front) Mickey, Annette and Marvin Black of Pine Forest Camps. Behind them are Cindy Marshall and Rabbi Joseph Domosh, who led the...
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