FLORENCE COHEN, of Cherry Hill, passed away on Mar. 20. Wife of Gerson Cohen. Mother of Dorothy (Andrew) Oustatcher, Dr. Stephen (Mishel) Cohen and Dr. Lauren (Kenneth) Golden. Grandmother of Ari (Stacey), Ilanit (Daniel), David (Hayley) and Joshua. Great-grandmother of Eliezer, Zev, Benjamin, Lev, Ayala, Lilah and Raphael. Contributions can be made to Magen David Adom, afmda.org. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
ALICE RING GARR, of Newtown, PA, passed away on Mar. 17. Mother of Emily (Milt) Garr Gottschalk, James (Lisa) Garr and Patricia (Paul Burstyn) Garr. Grandmother of Michael, Sam, Eric, Marc, Jocelyn and Alison. Sister of Madeline (Dr. Donald) Kent. Contributions can be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund, www.jdrf.org. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
DOLORES HARRIS, of W. Pittston, PA, formerly of Mt. Laurel, passed away on Mar. 7. Wife of the late Leonard Harris. Mother of Hon. Alan R. (Vivian) Harris and Ellen (Harvey) Harris Lean. Grandmother of David (Christine) Lean and Marc (Jill) Lean. Contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Disease Research. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
STANLEY S. SPIEGEL, 83, of Marlton, a former President and CEO of Esscube Engineering, passed away on Mar. 4 at his home in Marlton. Stanley was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and an avid fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers. He graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School at the age of 16 and received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Pratt Institute. Right before graduation, Stanley began his career as an engineer working for RCA and earning a Patent for a Frequency Modulator. Stanley was drafted into the Army during the Korean War, where he taught engineering and radar and received an honorable discharge. Ultimately deciding to start his own engineering company, Stanley opened Esscube Engineering in 1981 and successfully earned top government contracts in the tri-State area. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, and Mensa, a high IQ society. Stanley was the Vice President of the B’Nai B’Rith Elmwood House and his family donated the library room. He was the lead engineer in designing the Holocaust Memorial at the Cooper River Park. Distinctively, Stanley reached a personal lifetime milestone by donating 50 pints of blood to the Red Cross. Following retirement, Stanley continued a lifetime of teaching by becoming an adjunct professor in Advanced Math and Statistics at Camden County and Burlington County Community Colleges. He also tutored younger students at the Tutoring Club of Cherry Hill. He is survived by his wife, Sheila Spiegel, of 62 years; daughters, Robin (Fred) and Lauren (Allan); grandchildren, Lindsay (Josh), Dana, Michael and Jason (Kristen); and great-grandchildren, Hudson and Ziva.
NATHAN TROTENBERG, 93, of Wellington, FL and formerly of South Jersey, passed away on Mar. 20, 2016. Born in Camden, NJ to Elizabeth and Harry Trotenberg. Brother of the late Herbert. Beloved husband of Rhoda for 66 years, devoted father of Susan, Andrea and Jim, and Bobby and Bobbie. One-of-a-kind-Poppy to Adam, Rachel, Amanda, Ben, Noah, Alison and Eli. Proud veteran of World War II. Generous to his family and friends, a quick-witted jokester who made ordinary, every-day events fun with a sense of humor that was second to none. Adored by his family, he was always happy to see you (and share a few words of advice). A unique man, much loved, he has left a hole in our hearts. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, NJ. Contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.