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Irving M. Hirsh, W’52, L’55 died on July 29 at his home in San Francisco, Calif. A New Jersey native, Judge Hirsh served in the Armed Forces from 1955 through 1957, and taught military law at Ft. Gordon, Ga. In 1954, he married Marilyn Zagoria of Plainfield, N.J. They had three sons: Richard, Bill and Stephen. He went on to become a partner in the law firm of Lyness, Bedell & Hirsh, in Plainfield. After serving as the prosecutor for the Borough of North Plainfield, Hirsh was appointed judge of the Municipal Court of North Plainfield in 1973, where he served for 17 years. In 2004, Judge Hirsh moved to San Francisco to be near his beloved grandchildren Ariana, Gabriel and Jesse. He is survived by his three sons and their spouses, three grandchildren, a sister, four nieces, two nephews and many cousins, great-nieces and great-nephews.
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