Selma A. (nee Brown), on December 3, 2012. Born March 16th 1917 in the Harlem section of New York City. She moved to Philadelphia at the age of six with her father Morris, mother Edith, and sister Claire. Her parents operated Brown’s shoe store in the business district of 8th & Girard Ave. Her immediate family lived in the neighborhood of 40th & Girard Ave, and she attended Overbrook High School. In 1922, she married I. Stanley Pollock. They moved to the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia where Stan and Selma operated their Hardware Store, Temple Hardware for 25 years. Stan was a homicide victim. After this tragedy, her son Mike and daughter-in-law Kathy moved the hardware store to Atco, NJ. She helped them run the business, Atco Hardware for many years. In Philadelphia, she was an active member of Temple Sinai, and performed in many plays and concerts at the synagogue. She had a beautiful singing voice, loved to play her violin and was a talented artist. A wonderful, loving, and dedicated mother and grandmother. She is mom to Mike and Kathy Pollock, mom-mom to Aaron and Kris, Andy and Amanda, and great bubbe to Joshua, Jake, and Elliot.Contributions in her memory may be made to Cong. Beth Tikvah, 115 Evesboro Medford Road, Marlton, NJ 08053.
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