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  1. Olivia met her future husband, Max Horenstein, on the sand just off the Boardwalk in Seaside. They married six months later on Feb. 22, 1947, and remained married until Max passed away in 2002. Olivia was fun-loving, gregarious and full of mischief. Her contagious laugh and radiant smile could, and did, light up the room.

  2. Oct 13, 2020 · Updated 5:26 PM EST, Sat November 20, 2021. In perhaps the greatest show of coordinated action, massive protests have erupted in multiple cities globally over the weekend. A reboot of authoritarian-like government restrictions are leading to unprecedented and unscientific edicts as several countries have announced, in near unison, limitations on unvaccinated citizen

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    Dec 18, 2012 · To Michael (Mike) Peter Braude. It was a life changing experience for me to witness Mike Braude as a devoted husband, a loving father and an exceptional Grandfather who melted with unconditional love. You truly are missed. It was a life changing experience for me to witness Mike Braude as a .....

  4. ***Guest Hosted by Ari Wasserman *** Author of "Making it Work", "Making it ALL Work" (for women) and 10 other Seforim, Maggid Shiur, Yerushalayim. with Reb Dovid Lichtenstein – founder and CEO of The Lightstone Group, purchaser of Michael Steinhardt’s “Birthright mitzvah” – 10:33

  5. Nov 23, 2020 · Any reader can search newspapers.com by registering. There is a fee for seeing pages and other features. Papers from more than 30 days ago are available, all the way back to 1881.

  6. Joan was married to Ralph Everett Loper, the love of her life on July 1, 1972; they were married for 48 years. (28 years if you go by Ralph’s death in 2000 – since they were only widowed, not divorced) Joan worked for General Mills Food in Chicago, IL, Sharon Hospital, and Treasurer for the Town of Sharon over the years.

  7. Among non-married voters, the opposite is true: 57% chose Biden, and only 40% backed Trump. These differences are even sharper when broken out by men and women separately (see Figure 3). Fifty-three percent of married men and 55% of married women voted for Trump. Among non-married voters, however, only 44% of men and 37% of women voted for Trump.