Thursday, August 28, 2014 Elul 2, 5774
Rose Kibrick Katz, 80, retired associate dean at Temple University and former president of the Retired Senior Volunteers Program of Montgomery County, died July 7 at Keystone House hospice. Katz earned a bachelor's degree in psychology at Pennsylvania State University. In 1950, she married Benjamin Katz, who later became a professor of marketing. While raising their three children, she completed...
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Lester B. Kauffman, 86, a retired auto-supply owner, died June 25 at Chestnut Hill Hospital. He was a resident of Jenkintown. Kauffman was the owner of the K-M Auto Supply Company on North Broad Street for 50 years until his retirement 22 years ago. He graduated from Simon Gratz High School. During World War II, he served in the Army...
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Gay Schader, 78, former owner of the Antique Loft in Jenkintown, died June 22. The former Gay Engel, she was also a resident of Palm Beach, Fla. Schader graduated from Olney High School, the Marjorie Webster Junior College Finishing School and attended the University of Miami. She was a life member of Hadassah and a longtime member of Congregation Kol...
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Martin George Binder, 81, a physician who practiced obstetrics and gynecology, died June 23. He was a resident of Hershey's Mill, West Chester, Pa. Born in Philadelphia, Binder was a graduate of Central High School. He was drafted into the Army Medical Corps and served in Okinawa after V-J Day. After his service, he graduated from Villanova University, and later,...
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H. Leonard Fruchter, 85, a wholesale kitchen supplier and former teacher, died June 11 in his home at the shore. He was a resident of Penn Valley and Margate, N.J. Fruchter was the last of the Fruchter family of four brothers and a sister who, with their father, formed Adolph Fruchter and Sons, a wholesale kitchen firm supplying many of...
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