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Wallace D. Newcomb, L’35, May 15.
Arnold Rosenberg, L’60 died on Sept. 12. A native of Camden, Mr. Rosenberg was a partner at the Philadelphia law firm Charen, Palitz and Rosenberg. He was also an instructor at the Institute for Paralegal Training, later known as the Philadelphia Institute. Between 1984 and 1987, he lived in San Francisco, where he ran a business supplying homemade apple pies to gourmet stores and restaurants. He returned to Philadelphia in 1987 to serve as academic dean and director of the Philadelphia Institute, where he remained until 1993. He then moved to southern Florida, where he held a variety of service sector jobs. He is survived by his former wife, Nancy Herbach; two daughters, Linda McGuire and Amy Cohen; a sister; and seven grandchildren.
Herbert M. Somerson, L’48 died at his home in South Dartmouth, Mass., on June 20. He practiced law for several decades in Philadelphia, and retired to Clearwater Beach, FL. He is survived by his wife Ileana Somerson; a son, Paul Somerson; a daughter, Rosanne Somerson, and one sister. He was predeceased by one son, Michael, who recently passed away in Troy, Ohio. He had six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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