OBITUARIES

Vol. 20, No. 4,984 - The American Reporter - May 22, 2014

Passings: Marybeth Slesinger
MARYTBETH SCHEINBAUM HAD TALENTS AND GIFTS FOR ALL

Newsroom Panama

HOUSTON, Texas, Oct. 3, 2012 -- Marybeth Brennan Scheinbaum, a well-known community activist in Panama who founded a business to help indigenous artisans, died in Houston, Texas, on Tuesday, October 2.


PAT SLESINGER'S LIFE RECALLS AN AGE OF ELEGANCE

by Patricia Slesinger Benson

NEW YORK -- Pat Slesinger grew up on Central Park West when a five-bedroom apartment rented for $500 a month, when Cherries Jubilee at the 21 Club was $2.50, when there were no credit cards and people of means were simply trusted. It was a time when Manhattan was the center of the world in manufacturing, fashion, society, theatre and literary achievement - and her family was at the center of it all.

Passings
'PAT' CORNELL, STAR OF FAMILY AND STAGE, DEAD AT 75

by Joe Shea

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Patricia Jane Cornell, a gentle and glowing star of stage and family, went peacefully to her rest on Friday, June 8, 2001, in Santa Monica, Calif., at the age of 75.

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