Sunday, November 23, 2014 Kislev 1, 5775
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Fred Blume of Penn Valley, a distinguished Philadelphia ­attorney who was chairman emer­itus of Blank Rome, one of the city’s more prominent law firms, died April 8 after a long illness.
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Dr. Kenneth Lowell Kershbaum, a nationally recognized cardiologist and a championship-winning tennis player in his youth, died March 19 at his home in Center City.
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Marc H. Shames, an avid runner and synagogue president, died of pancreatic cancer, at home in Broomall, on March 20.
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Saul Grossmann, 80, of Haddon Heights, N.J., whose career working as a teacher for the Philadelphia School District covered some 40 years, died March 17.
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Marshall A. Bernstein, an eminent Philadelphia lawyer who served the Philadelphia Bar Foundation as president and trustee, and was long active in Jewish communal circles, died March 19.
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