Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
Dr. Samuel Yale Cutler, 92, a longtime optometrist, died March 14 at Abington Hospital Hospice. He was a resident of Elkins Park. A graduate of Gratz College, Temple University and the Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, Cutler's South Philadelphia optometric office included a wholesale optical laboratory. He also established the Yale Optical Co. for the selling and purchasing of optical...
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Beth Cravitz Manusov, 35, a certified public accountant and volunteer who was an advocate for the cure against breast cancer, died March 19 at Abington Hospital. She was a resident of Elkins Park. A breast-cancer survivor, Manusov got involved in numerous organizations, and served as a speaker for groups such as the American Cancer Society, the Linda Creed Breast Foundation...
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Mark T. Starr, 60, vice president and general patent counsel of the Unisys Corporation, died March 17. Starr earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He worked for a number of years at IBM, and then earned his juris doctorate from John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Starr returned to IBM, and later worked at Burroughs...
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Andrew J. Fox, 43, a salesman known as one of the premier commercial wall-covering contractors in the region, died March 4 after a yearlong battle with melanoma. He was a resident of Villanova. Along with his wife, Bonnie Brandeis Fox, and their family and friends, Fox established the Friends of Andrew J. Fox Melanoma Fund at the Abramson Cancer Society...
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Carol R. Simon, 93, a communications professional who specialized in the arts, creative writing, public relations, and advertising and mineralogy, died March 6 at her home in Abington. A graduate of Temple University, Simon served four-year terms as both president of the Philadelphia Chapter of Women in Communications Inc., and as a national vice president of the group. The Philadelphia...
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