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Austin R. Miller CHEí40, Lí47 Pennington, Pa., March 2006, patent lawyer. Mr. Miller served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. He subsequently practiced patent law for 50 years, 25 of them in his own firm. Mr. Miller was a member of the Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association and served as its president in the early 1970s. He was predeceased by his wife Nancy Thompson Miller and is survived by his daughter and her husband, Jody and Greg Hill; his son Peter and daughter-in-law Amy Brent; his son Steven Scott and daughter-in-law Jacqui Miller; two brothers Edward and Robert; a sister, Jane Miller Robbins; twelve grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.

Anne Schlaff Orloff Bí28, Lí31 Wyncote, Pa., February 2006, lawyer and womenís rights trailblazer. Ms. Orloff, who was one of only two women at the Law School at the time of her graduation, practiced law with her husband Leonard in their own firm. She later worked for the city, deciding uncontested divorce cases and serving on arbitration panels. Ms. Orloff was active for many years in Womenís Bínai Brith and served as the organizationís president. She is survived by her sons Leonard and Malcolm; her sister-in-law Dr. Lillian Schlaff; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
 
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