Saturday, August 27, 2016 Av 23, 5776
Milton A. Eisenberg, 87, past president of the Yellow Cab Company of Philadelphia, died May 2 at his home in Cheltenham, where he resided for more than 50 years. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Eisenberg joined the taxicab company in 1941. He was drafted into the Army later that year before the attack on Pearl Harbor. During World War II, he...
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Scott J. Fields, 47, an attorney who specialized in intellectual property law, died April 23 at his home in Maple Glen. Fields earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Pennsylvania State University; a bachelor's degree in engineering from Temple University; and a law degree from George Washington University. In 2004, Fields founded National I.P. Rights Center in Blue Bell. He...
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Stanton Segal, 79, a physician and researcher who spent half a century studying and treating rare metabolic diseases in children, died April 16. He was a resident of Merion Station. Segal, who worked at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for 41 years, was international-ly recognized for his contributions to the scientific understanding of inherited metabolic diseases. He was a particular expert...
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Myrna Field Baum, 71, senior judge of the Family Court of Philadelphia, died April 24 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She was a resident of Philadelphia. Baum, elected to the Common Pleas Court of Philadelphia in 1991, has sat as judge in all divisions except orphans court. She was administrative judge of family court from 2002 to...
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Maxwell B. Fried, 88, a former restaurateur and real estate manager, died April 2 at Rydal Park Nursing Home in Rydal. Fried studied restaurant administration and management at Cornell University. He operated his initial restaurant at Broad Street and Olney Avenue for several years until he was drafted during World War II. After the war, he opened Maxwell Fried's Restaurant...
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