Saturday, August 23, 2014 Av 27, 5774
Robert Klein, 85, an industrial engineer and philanthropist, died Feb. 6. He was a native of Philadelphia. Klein graduated from Penn State University, where he was captain of the golf team, and in later years, president of the Alumni Association. He was presented with numerous awards, including Alumni Fellow, Distinguished Alumnus (the highest honor given to alumni), and Volunteer of...
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Dr. William "Bill" Schwartz, 95, who practiced dentistry for 50 years in the area, died Feb. 21 in Bellingham, Wash. Born in Philadelphia, he went to school here, graduating from Temple University. Schwartz later served as a captain in Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, during World War II. He was honored by the Chapel of the Four...
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Aaron Passman
Through the years, Annabel Lindy never wanted her name attached to any of the numerous communal initiatives she was involved in, even though she left her fingerprints across the spectrum of Jewish life in Philadelphia. Lindy died of cancer Feb. 16, and in her 78 years, she helped establish and support a number of Jewish institutions throughout the area. Chief...
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William Carl Liss, 73, former deputy commissioner of procurement for the City of Philadelphia, died Dec. 31 at Elkins Park Hospital. Formerly of Rockledge, Pa., he was born in Philadelphia. A 1954 graduate of Lower Moreland High School, Liss earned a bachelor's degree in 1961 from La Salle University and a master's degree in communication from Glassboro (Rowan) University in...
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Ian J. Berg, 68, a financial-services entrepreneur who also founded a business-funded college scholarship program for Camden youths, died Dec. 23, at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He was a resident of Cherry Hill, N.J. For the last decade, Berg had been a managing partner of Eastern Technology Fund in West Conshohocken. He previously was president of Copelco Corp., a firm...
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