Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Elul 17, 5775
Morton Alpren, 83, professor emeritus of Temple University, died Feb. 2. Alpren retired in 1987 as senior professor of secondary education in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology Education. He earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics at New York University, a master's degree at Columbia University in curriculum, and a doctorate in education in curriculum and supervision from the...
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Rose Fickler, 87, who worked in the retail and wholesale clothing business with her late husband, Isadore Fickler, died on April 29. Born Rose Kaplan, she was a lifelong Philadelphian who lived above her parents' general store at 22nd and South streets. She started her retail career selling ribbons as a young child. She worked for Fishman and Tobin, a...
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Sholom Handelman, 71-year-old teacher, administrator and dean of student affairs at Gratz College, died May 3. He worked at Gratz for more than 25 years. Handelman also ran the basketball league at Gratz for many years. He was a member of Ner Zedek-Ezrath Israel-Beth Uziel. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania as well as a master's...
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Elliott Ross, 64, president of Elliott Ross & Associates - an executive and organization consulting firm - died April 8. He was a resident of Flourtown. Prior to forming the firm, Ross was senior vice president of Manchester, a large human-resources consulting firm. A graduate of Temple University - where he earned a bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree - Ross...
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Barry Freedman, 73, a builder who renovated homes in Lancaster, Pa., and South Jersey, died April 19 at Lancaster General Hospital. A resident of Margate, N.J., he grew up in downtown Philadelphia. Freedman started his career in the men's wear business, and continued on as a manufacturers' representative. In 1981, he changed careers, and on a whim, built a spec...
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