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Francis J. Schneider Jr., L’41, of Glenolden, Pa., died on July 27, 2006.

S. Robert Teitelman, L’41, of Haverford, Pa., died on Feb. 11. He was a lawyer and antiques collector. Mr. Teitelman served in the Navy during World War II in Cape May and aboard destroyer tenders in the South Pacific. After leaving the Navy, he became a partner in his father’s law firm in Camden, specializing in real estate law. Mr. Teitelman was also involved in several cultural and professional organizations. He served on the boards of the Coriell Institute for Medical Research in Camden and the Independence Seaport Museum. In addition, he served as president of the Camden Legal Aid Society. An avid antiques collector, Mr. Teitelman was recognized by Winterthur Magazine for his collection of Anglo-American patriotic pottery from the Federal period. Along with collecting, he enjoyed lively piano singalongs, dancing, world travel and his family and friends. Mr. Teitelman is survived by a niece, Sydney Ann Lefkoe; a nephew, Roy T. Lefkoe; and a great-niece and a great-nephew.
 
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