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Richard K. Stevens, L’61 of Chestnut Hill, Pa. died on May 19 at Keystone Hospice in Wyndmoor, Pa. The Philadelphia native began his career with his family’s firm, Stradley, Ronan, Stevens, and Young and went on to become a partner with the law firm of Strong, Stevens and Wyant in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., where he specialized in estates and trusts. He was on the board of The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf and the Octavia Hill Association. He is survived by his wife of seven years, Charlene McKenna Stevens; a daughter, Abigail; a son, James; a brother; a sister; and his former wife, Karen Depew Stevens.

Harry Tractman, L’57 died on July 14. The Philadelphia native maintained a general corporate and litigation practice in Philadelphia for 20 years before launching a successful entrepreneurial career in health care. With his wife, Lynn, Mr. Trachtman built Accord Health into a regional health-care network providing dialysis, long-term care and pharmacy services to Delaware Valley residents. He is survived by his wife, daughter Elisa Tractman Lewis, L’98, and her husband.
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