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With Charlotte Golden, The Dayton Jewish Observer

Charlotte Golden

At the end of the summer, Dr. Charlie Knoll, age 86, retired from his medical practice after 52 years of service to his patients. Charlie and Joan’s son, Aaron, recalls that “Charlie wrote his first prescription for Moses. Joe Bettman filled it.” Joan and Charlie’s daughter, Dr. Elaine Gaglione, who has worked alongside her father for 22 years, is now in charge of the practice.

Among the honorees for the 35th Annual Friendship Dinner of the National Conference for Community and Justice will be Debbie and Bruce Feldman, CEO of Children’s Medical Center, and president of Economy Linen, respectively. One of the dinner’s presenting sponsors is Morris Home Furnishings. The dinner will be held on Monday, Oct. 22 at Sinclair’s Ponitz Center.

Debbie Feldman is also one of eight outstanding women who will be honored at the Dayton Business Journal Annual Business of the Year Awards Gala on Thursday, Nov. 15 at the Schuster Center.

The Dayton Art Institute has hired archivist Pamela Schwartz to organize a special exhibition commemorating the flood of 1913 in the Great Miami River Valley.

Andrew Schneider, son of Gene and Myra Schneider and grandson of the late Boris and Frances Schneider, is completing his final year of medical school at the University of Miami. Andrew plans to start a residency program in surgery in July 2013. Andrew recently became engaged to Simone Sher. Simone is in her first year of medical school at Rush University in Chicago. The couple are planning a wedding in June 2013.

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