Friday, November 27, 2015


She was a devoted Philadelphia baseball fan.
Sally Narrigan, 93, formerly of Wynnewood, a mother and world traveler, died Thursday, Nov. 12, of cancer at Beaumont at Bryn Mawr...
Elizabeth Summers Cary, 92, of Germantown and North Chatham, Mass., a teacher and longtime Quaker, died Thursday, Nov. 12, of congestive...
Douglass C. North, 95, a St. Louis economist who was a co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize in economic sciences, died Monday at his...
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Carol Buch, 54, a managing director at BMO Capital Markets who for more than two decades specialized in leveraged finance at the Bank of Montreal unit and other lenders, has died after a long illness.
David Canary, 77, a longtime soap opera actor best known for his role as twin brothers on All My Children, died Nov. 16 at his home in Wilton, Conn.
Joseph J. McGrane Jr.'s life interest was set early, when he visited his father on his farm in Concordville, Delaware County.
He thought of his performances as religious ministries.
Richard Russell, 91, who shared his technical analysis on investing with subscribers through the influential Dow Theory Letters since 1958, has died.
Kenneth R. Rocks Sr., 65, an Army paratrooper and Philadelphia city patrolman who rose to become a vice president of Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, died Saturday, Nov. 21, of lung cancer at Fox Chase Cancer Center.
Ida Newman, 101, of Philadelphia, a mother whose loss of her only child kindled a philanthropic journey to benefit children, students, doctors, musicians, artists, and uninsured women, died Sunday, Nov. 22.
She had a keen fashion sense and traveled the world.
Mildred A. Deacon, 91, of Westampton, who retired in 1993 as chief clerk for what is now the Burlington County Department of Finance and Administration, died Tuesday, Nov. 17, at a family residence in Springfield Township.
Adele Morales Mailer, 90, an actress and artist who studied under Lee Strasberg and Hans Hoffman, but found unwanted fame in 1960 when she was stabbed by her then-husband, the writer Norman Mailer, died Sunday of pneumonia in New York City.
Though he was a master musician on several fronts - violinist, conductor, and educator - to those who knew Joseph Silverstein, he was simply "Joey."
Sister Marie Angela Natoli, 87, former general superior of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, died Friday, Nov. 13, of cardiac arrest at Camilla Hall Nursing Home in Immaculata.
Robert A.G. Montgomery Jr., 78, a pioneering Philadelphia educator, died Wednesday, Nov. 11, of complications of Alzheimer's disease at Brookdale Northampton, an assisted-living facility in Richboro.
He celebrated Funeral Masses for five brothers and two sisters
William Mercer Hollis Jr., 84, of Blue Bell, a poet, teacher, and philanthropist, died Friday, Nov. 13, of prostate cancer at the Hill at Whitemarsh.
Rose Salerno Tata, 94, former longtime manager at Mack's Pizza at Wildwood Avenue and the Boardwalk in Wildwood, died on Monday, Nov. 16, at Victoria Commons, an assisted living facility in North Cape May.
John Zuccotti, 78, A former New York City deputy mayor and real estate developer whose namesake plaza in Manhattan became the home base of the Occupy Wall Street movement has died.
Austin Kiplinger, 97, the longtime chairman and editor-in-chief of a financial publishing company that bore his name, died Friday at a hospice in Rockville, Md. He was treated briefly there after receiving hospice care at home, said his son, Knight Kiplinger. The cause of death was brain cancer, his son said.