Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774
Natalie Irene Isenberg, 82, a founding member of the National Tay-Sachs Association, died Dec. 10 at Lankenau Hospital. The former Natalie Gilbert, she was a resident of Merion. Born in Philadelphia, Isenberg graduated from Girls High School and Temple University. She also attended the Settlement Music School, and was a popular piano teacher when the family lived in Broomall some...
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Stephen Zatuchni, 61, author, syndicated columnist and advocate for challenged children, died Jan. 4. He was a resident of Chadds Ford. Zatuchni earned his Ph.D. in political science from Temple University in 1976. A Pulitzer Prize Nominee in Commentary , his writings on international affairs and Middle East politics often appeared in the Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia), the Los Angeles Herald...
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Irving Broudy, 80, a distributor of HVAC products and parts, died Dec. 5. He was a resident of Philadelphia. Broudy operated the Broudy Supply Co. with his late brother, Jules Broudy, which survived 90 years as a family business, and still continues as Broudy Precision. A leader in the Jewish community, Broudy was president of the Philadelphia Chapter of the...
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Robert Charles Harris, 90, founder and original director of Blue Bell Camp, died Dec. 13. He was a resident of Blue Bell. Harris grew up in Philadelphia and attended the original Oak Lane Country Day School when it was still located in Oak Lane (Philadelphia). He went on to graduate from Olney High School. A 1941 graduate of Temple University,...
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Samuel P. Roth, 87, a Holocaust survivor and master tailor who worked in the Philadelphia garment district for more than 30 years, died Dec. 9. Born in Czestochowa, Poland, Roth was the sole survivor of his family of seven, once the Nazis had liquidated the ghetto in his hometown in October 1942. In 1947, he was called as a witness...
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