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Louis S. Rosenthal, 78, a stockbroker and investment counselor, died June 28 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He was a resident of Rydal. A native of Baltimore, Rosenthal earned a bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University. He joined the brokerage firm of Gerstley Sunstein & Co. in 1959, which later became Prudential Securities, and is now Wachovia Securities. Rosenthal served...
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Victor E. Hoffman, 87, a prominent builder and developer of luxury custom homes, died May 24. A graduate of the Air Force Cadet School at Yale University, Hoffman served as a captain in the Pacific until the end of World War II. An avid photographer, he bought Alsey Photo Labs after discharge from the service. He then sold it a...
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Rona Kaplan, 68, owner and CEO of RWK & Associates, an executive recruiting service, died May 31 at her home in Longwood, Fla. The former Rona Weinstein, she was formerly of Penn Wynn. A licensed real estate agent in both Pennsylvania and Florida, Kaplan was a member of various social clubs in the Orlando area, and was a longtime member...
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Cis B. Golder, 75, of Philadelphia, died on May 25 at her home in Philadelphia after a long battle with breast cancer - a battle she waged by raising funds to fight the disease. She was a leader and fundraiser in both local and national Jewish organizations. Born Cynthia Berger, Golder grew up in Feltonville, and graduated from Olney High...
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Joseph Halberstein, 83, a retired newspaper columnist, died May 30 at his home. He was a resident of Levittown. Halberstein earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio State University in 1944. He was associate editor and columnist at the Bucks County Courier Times from 1975 until 2003, when he retired. Before joining that paper, he had been wire editor...
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