Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Elul 1, 5774
Enid F. Raab, 83, a landscape architect who was involved in major projects in the Philadelphia area, died Feb. 13 at Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton, Fla. Raab designed shopping centers, hospitals and synagogues from 1966 to 1976, including the King of Prussia Mall, Granite Run Mall, Atlantic City Race Track, Har Zion Temple and Rancocas Valley Hospital...
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Irving Arthur Mason, 92, a longtime manager at the Philadelphia branch of the Snap-on Tools Corporation, died Feb. 3 at Lankenau Hospital. A 1932 graduate of Olney High School, where he was a member of the track team, Mason was a star salesman for Snap-on Tools, which he joined at age 20. He started selling tools from the back of...
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David Berger, 94, a renowned Philadelphia trial attorney, died Feb. 22. He was a resident of Palm Beach, Fla. Berger was one of the first lawyers in the United States to apply the class action rule in the Federal Courts to antitrust violations. Beginning in 1963, he commenced a series of class action cases alleging price-fixing against industries involving rock...
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Louis M. Sherwood, 69, an endocrinologist and retired Merck & Co. vice president, died Jan. 25 at his winter home in Delray Beach, Fla. He was a resident of Ambler. Sherwood started with Merck in 1987 as vice president of its international division. After retiring as vice president of medical and scientific affairs in the human health division, he became...
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Stephen H. Skale, 55, an attorney who specialized in disability cases, died Feb. 6 at his home in Center City. Skale, who maintained a practice in Center City for 30 years, earned a bachelor's degree from St. Joseph's University and a law degree from Widener University. Skale was active in the Society Hill Civic Association, where he served as vice...
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