friends, she endowed a Biblical archeology lecture series in her husband’s memory at the Rockville Jewish Community Center. In Israel, where many family members live, she and my father had endowed fellowships to a technical college, as well as being supporters of Haddassah (a life member of the Bialik chapter). In 2001 she moved back to Brighton, Massachusetts, three blocks from where she had first lived as an immigrant in 1941. She is survived by her daughter, Gay A. Fischer, of Oberlin, Ohio, and her son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Susann.
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