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    DAVID WILLIAM ADLEMAN passed away on August 11, 2014 after a 4 _ year battle with cancer.  Born in Philadelphia in 1938 to parents Nathan and Jenny Adelman, David was a graduate of Olney HS, Temple University and Washington College of Law, American University, David was a trial lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C. and Chicago.  He had a private labor law practice in Chicago from 1968 to 1998 whereafter he served on NJ State Board of Mediation until 2002.

     

    DAVID WILLIAM ADLEMAN passed away on August 11, 2014 after a 4 _ year battle with cancer.  Born in Philadelphia in 1938 to parents Nathan and Jenny Adelman, David was a graduate of Olney HS, Temple University and Washington College of Law, American University, David was a trial lawyer for the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C. and Chicago.  He had a private labor law practice in Chicago from 1968 to 1998 whereafter he served on NJ State Board of Mediation until 2002.  An ardent believer in Alternative Dispute Resolution, David served as a mediator an arbitrator throughout the country for many years. David was a man of many interests, from theatre and music to films (especially Film Noir), history and architecture.  A buoyant, energetic man, he was an avid story- and joke-teller.  He brought joy and smiles to many people, acquaintances and strangers alike. David is survived by his beloved wife, Patricia Martinez, daughter Nicole Adelman Coffman of Los Angeles, sisters Doris C. Pohl and Toby Hyman, nephews Hank and Neil Pohl, Jack and Paul Hyman, great-nephews Evan Pohl, Jason and Tyler Pohl and Calvin Hyman and great-nieces, Shayna Pohl and Julia Hyman as well as stepson Christopher Weiss, stepdaughter Erica Bigham, her husband Charles and their two children,” Papa David's” granddaughters, Luna and Amelia. Contributions may be made to Simon Cancer Center for thymoma thymic carcinoma research IU Foundation PO Box 7072 Indianapolis, IN  46207-7072 *Please indicate, "In Memory of David W. Adelman" or online www.cancer.iu.edu/giving AND The Good House 6508 Westfield Blvd. 4th Floor Indianapolis, IN  46220 http://www.thegoodhouse.org/Make_A_Donation.html