Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774
A. Edward "Eddie" Bayuk, 98, an executive in the family business, the Bayuk Cigar Company, which was known for its Phillies and Garcia Vega cigar brands, died Oct. 2 at his home in Huntingdon Valley. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Bayuk served as an Army captain in the Intelligence Corps during World War II. He was stationed in...
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Avi Frier, Florida Jewish News
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. "Elizabeth Nicole Jacobson, 21, loved SpongeBob Squarepants, craved the smell of cut grass, and wanted to have two children named Hunter and Austin." So begins the Palm Beach Post obituary for the first female U.S. airman killed in the line of duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. According to a news release from Goodfellow Air Force Base,...
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Several months ago, 90-year-old David Cohen - who had served in the Philadelphia City Council for a total of 38 years - confided to his eldest son that he might just be ready to hang up his political hat, sort of. "He said that he might not seek re-election in 2007. When I asked what he wanted to do, he...
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Joan Rosenwald Scott, 84, died Sept. 29 at her home in Haverford. Scott attended the George School in Newtown and Colby Junior (now Colby-Sawyer) College in New Hempshire. She worked as a nurse's aide during World War II, and volunteered in secret at the Interceptor Command. She served on the boards of the Visiting Nurse Association, the Abington Hospital Women's...
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Dr. Julius Newman, 76, an expert in cosmetic surgery, died Oct. 2 of resroperitoneal hemorrhage at his home in Gladwyne. Newman was credited with introducing certain liposuction procedures to the United States from France. He was the originator of numerous modern surgical techniques and the inventor of novel surgical equipment. In 1979 he was the leader and founded the American...
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