Remembrance

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Years ago, Younger coached Little League, said Meryl Ainsman, whose son played on his team. She remembered him as a kind man.
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Melvin Wax's greatest passions were his grandson, his religion and the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was "always in a good mood, always full of jokes," his sister told CNN affiliate WTAE.
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Family friend Stephen Neustein said he fully expected Mallinger to make it to at least 100. The mother of three children, with five grandchildren and one great-grandchild, still cooked family meals for high holidays.
Sylvan, 86 and Bernice, 84.
The Simons died together in the same synagogue where they wed more than 60 years ago.
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As a primary care physician, Rabinowitz was known for wearing bow ties that made people smile and put his patients at ease, his nephew, Avishai Ostrin said on Facebook.
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A retired University of Pittsburgh research specialist. Her employers at the Learning Research and Development Center called her a "cherished friend" and "an engaging, elegant, and warm person."
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Gottfried and his wife opened a dental practice in 1984 and helped prepare other interfaith couples for marriage through the St. Athanasius church.
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"He was a fun guy, he had a dry sense of humor and everybody loved him."
Cecil, 59 and David, 54.
Inseparable brothers...extraordinary men who were respected members of ACHIEVA's community.

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