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April 27, 2010 | By Sally A. Downey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Raymond V. Gurzynski, 94, a longtime coach and professor emeritus at Ursinus College, died Thursday, April 22, at Brightview Senior Living in East Norriton Township. Mr. Gurzynski, a native of Catasauqua, Pa., earned a bachelor's degree from Ursinus College, where he lettered in football, track, and baseball, and was a member of the Student Council. He then taught at Stewart Junior High School in Norristown for five years and earned a master's degree in education from Temple University.
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April 14, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dr. Philip Marone, team physician for the Phillies from 1972 to 1999, recalled Dr. Jerome M. Cotler as "a great guy, the nicest man you'll ever find. " At Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Marone said, they shared an office from 1992 to 2002, when Dr. Cotler "was the spine surgeon and I was sports medicine. " Dealing with spinal injuries, "he would get calls all hours" of the night. "I cherish the times we spent with each other through the years," Marone said. On Thursday, April 10, Dr. Cotler, 85, of Voorhees, director of orthopedic surgery at Jefferson Hospital from 1986 to 1995, died of multiple systems atrophy at home.
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September 10, 2014 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bobby Fong, 64, the president of Ursinus College and one of the few Asian Americans to hold such a post, died Monday, Sept. 8, at his home in Collegeville. His death, which college officials said was from natural causes, stunned the suburban college community just as the school year was getting underway. His wife of 40 years, Suzanne Dunham Fong, was by his side, according to a statement from the college. Late Monday afternoon, she spoke at an impromptu campus service at which students sang "Amazing Grace.
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December 28, 2014 | By Edith Newhall, For The Inquirer
With new director Charles Stainback and new curator Ginny Kollak at the helm, the Phillip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College is quickly becoming something this formerly sedate Collegeville institution had never aspired to being before: a serious destination for contemporary art. (Stainback was director of the Norton Museum of Art and founding director of Skidmore College's Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery; Kollak received...
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August 17, 1992 | by Nels Nelson, Daily News Staff Writer
To hear Pete Souders tell it, he missed being a preacher by the skin of his teeth. Souders is the proprietor, talent coordinator and resident tenor saxophonist of a Northern Liberties saloon named Ortlieb's Jazzhaus, and how he escaped not only the cloth but a lucrative career in computer science is the nub of this instructive life's adventure for the '90s. This lanky, blond, somewhat self-effacing fellow of Teutonic ancestry would indeed look perfectly at home in the pulpit of a Lutheran church.
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August 5, 2014 | By Kristin E. Holmes, Inquirer Staff Writer
Through a work of art, the two women were hoping to save a connection that is slipping away. Their husbands, who have Alzheimer's disease, are becoming more distant, their marriages more solitary and fraught with worry. But in a discussion of a painting called The Immigrants , those husbands - Jack Williams and Dick Force - virtually carried the conversation at the Woodmere Art Museum, in Chestnut Hill. The two men, whose wives had met through their mutual experience as caregivers, found the story in the brushstrokes and shared their thoughts about the discovery.
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October 20, 1992 | By Gail Gibson, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
As far as the issues go, the race between Raymond Bunt Jr. and Keith Strunk for the state House seat representing the 147th District looks a lot like Reebok's Dan and Dave campaign, which touted the two decathletes' similarities. Bunt, the Republican incumbent, wants to look at development and environment issues. Strunk, the Democratic challenger, wants to look at development and environment issues. Bunt wants to see more regional planning. Strunk wants to see more regional planning.
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May 31, 1987 | By Herm L. Rogul, Special to The Inquirer
Abington graduate Larry Spector, a freshman at the University of Delaware, qualified in three events at the Eastern Coast Conference men's swimming championships. Spector, a dean's list biology major at Delaware, qualified for the championship meet in the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke and the 100-yard freestyle. A resident of Huntingdon Valley, Spector was elected to membership in Outstanding College Students of America as result of his academic achievements and extracurricular activities at Delaware.
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July 11, 2007 | By Gayle Ronan Sims INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Gladys C. Pearlstine, 88, a civic-minded dynamo who infused energy and perspective into social and educational issues in Montgomery County, died Monday of cardiac arrest at Bryn Mawr Hospital. A longtime resident of Collegeville, she moved to the Quadrangle in Haverford in 1992. She was the widow of Raymond Pearlstine, a prominent Norristown lawyer, who died in 2000. After graduating from Ambler High School, she earned a bachelor's degree in sociology in 1940 from the University of Pennsylvania.
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May 5, 1986 | By Gary Miles, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two Ursinus College coaches, one coach from the University of Miami and three other local athletic personalities were inducted into the Conshohocken Fellowship Hall Sports Hall of Fame yesterday. The eighth annual induction ceremony was held at the hall, located at Fifth and Harry Streets in Conshohocken, and consisted of an hour-long luncheon followed by the official induction ritual. "Our function is to honor the athletes, coaches and others who have made a significant impact on sports history in Conshohocken," said Floyd Shaffer, the director at Fellowship Hall and a member of the board of directors of the Hall of Fame.
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