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Renee Margareten Berger died Dec. 30 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Born and raised in New York City, Berger was the first female graduate of the Ramaz Day School in Manhattan, and was honored by having the school's highest academic honor dedicated in her name. She continued her education at New York University, graduating in...
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Charlotte Ruth Yudis, 67, an artist whose work was displayed in many galleries and museums, died Jan. 9 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The former Charlotte Weiner, she was a resident of Moorestown, N.J., formerly of Philadelphia. Many of her paintings were selected by Johnson & Johnson for its Fort Washington building. She also taught...
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Ruth Robinson Alper, 83, a retired social worker, died Dec. 30, 2006, at Albert Einstein Medical Center. She was a resident of Elkins Park. Alper earned her bachelor's degree from Temple University in 1977, graduating summa cum laude . She went on to receive her master's degree a year later from Temple University School of Social Administration. She worked as...
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Doris Levy Brenner Sostmann, 94, an interior designer who was a leader in women's charitable organizations, died Dec. 11 at Lankenau Hospital. She was a longtime resident of Wynnewood. Born in Norfolk, Va., Sostmann took courses at night and on-the-job training by day to enter the interior design profession. Her firm, Doris Brenner Interiors, became the decorating arm for a...
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Lillian Goldberg Schwartz Abrams, 97, a longtime administrative assistant for the Home and School Council of the Philadelphia Board of Education, died Dec. 15, 2006. A native Philadelphian, Abrams was a graduate of Gratz High School. In 1939, she started a cooperative nursery school designed to give mothers a break from their daily pressures by pooling their energies. Several years...
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