Mrs. Fine's husband, Alex, drove her to the visitor center, and together they visited museums and exhibits, said their daughter, Roberta Dranoff.
In 1993, Mrs. Fine and her husband went on a tour of Bucks County with bureau volunteers. At her urging, he joined her riding horses at the Carousel World Museum. "I haven't ridden one of these in 70 years," he told the Inquirer.
Mrs. Fine and her husband often traveled abroad, and took tours and mini college courses sponsored by Elderhostel after he retired from his floor-covering business.
"He adored her and was always there for her," their daughter said.
Mrs. Fine grew up in Logan. After graduating from Olney High School, she worked in the office at American Paper Co. in Philadelphia. She and her husband met at a party and married in 1939. They saved their money and took a cruise to Havana, Cuba, on their honeymoon, their daughter said.
After the war, the couple bought a home in Northeast Philadelphia. In the 1950s, they were founding members of Beth Emeth Synagogue in Northeast Philadelphia.
Mrs. Fine also volunteered for Jewish charities. She was an American Red Cross Gray Lady at Frankford Hospital before becoming a volunteer at the visitor center.
In addition to her daughter, she is survived by a granddaughter and two great-granddaughters. Her husband died in 2006.
A graveside service will be at noon Wednesday, May 18, at Montefiore Cemetery, Jenkintown.
Donations may be made to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 555 North Lane, Conshohocken, Pa. 19428.
Contact staff writer Sally A. Downey at 215-854-2913 or email@example.com.