Lillian Farbman Wohlmuth, 104, of Center City, a career woman long before it was the norm, died Monday, Dec. 3, at her home.
Mrs. Wohlmuth's longevity was due to the fact that she followed the Phillies devotedly on TV, exercised regularly, and stayed engaged with her family, said niece Jo Anne Deglin.
Mrs. Wohlmuth broke a hip at 101, but earlier could be seen walking laps around Rittenhouse Square into her early 90s.
One of eight children born in Philadelphia, Mrs. Wohlmuth graduated in 1926 from West Philadelphia High School for Girls. She was in the National Honor Society, wrote the music for the class song, and played Liszt on the piano at graduation.