Last week, Philadelphia lost a legend. For over 65 years, Sid Mark lent his smooth, comforting voice to the airwaves to bring us the “Sounds of Sinatra” and perpetuate a beautiful era of music and national history.
His show appealed to multiple generations as he shared stories from the view of a fan and a personal friend of Frank Sinatra. It is with a collective heavy heart that we say goodbye to our beloved Doctor of Music and memory keeper.
Marianne T. Ritchie, MD was one of the first female gastroenterologists practicing in the Philadelphia area. An advocate for over 30 years, Dr. Ritchie developed the PINKPLUS triple cancer screening program, and the BLUE LIGHTS CAMPAIGNfor Colon Cancer Awareness.
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