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Gate of Heaven Cemetery

Wampanoag Trail
East Providence, RI 02915
(401) 434-2579
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JH Williams and CO Funeral Home

210 Taunton Avenue
East Providence, RI 02914
(401) 434-2600
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Perry Mcstay Funeral Home

2555 Pawtucket Avenue
East Providence, RI 02914
(401) 434-3885
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Rebello Funeral Home Inc

901 Broadway East Neral Home Inc
East Providence, RI 02914
(401) 434-7744
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Rebello John E Funeral Director

901 Broadway
East Providence, RI 02914
(401) 434-7744
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W Raymond Watson Funeral Home

350 Willett Ave
East Providence, RI 02915
(401) 433-4400
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PASSAGES: Pearl Nathan, volunteer at RISD Museum for 70 years, dies at 103 - The Providence Journal

Monday, February 27, 2017

Café Pearl for lunch."Every guard greeted her," the author wrote to friends in an email saying her mother had died in her sleep about 3:30 a.m. at her home in Tockwotton on the Waterfront in East Providence.The former Pearl Gluck was born in 1913 in New York City to parents who operated Kops, a dress and hat store on Madison Avenue at 55th Street. She graduated from Barnard College in 1934 and married chemical engineer Ernest Nathan in 1937.Alan Nathan, 76, of Barrington, the oldest of their three children, said Monday from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he is skiing with his children and grandchildren, that his parents met in New York's Catskill Mountains, where hotels would arrange "the 1930s version of online dating."Joan Nathan wrote in a New York Times piece in 2003 that when her mother was about 50, her father's business took a downturn and Mrs. Nathan began teaching English at Barrington High School, where she became head of the English Department.In 2008, she received the Knowledge is Power Award for her work with Volunteers in Providence Schools, now called Inspiring Minds.RISD Museum Director John Smith said Monday that he ran into Mrs. Nathan and her daughter in the cafe on Sunday. "Pearl was her usual lively and lovely self," he said."It's astonishing when you encounter someone with her zest for life," he said. When he was born in 1959, Smith said Monday afternoon, Mrs. Nathan was a museum docent, "leading hundreds of schoolchildren through the gallery and getting them excited about art.""It was truly an honor to have known her," said cookbook author Ellen Brown, the founding food editor of USA Today and the Providence Journal's Smart Cooking columnist.Brown said that although cooking was ...

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PASSAGES: Pearl Nathan, volunteer at RISD Museum for 70 years, dies at 103 - The Providence Journal

Monday, February 27, 2017

Café Pearl for lunch."Every guard greeted her," the author wrote to friends in an email saying her mother had died in her sleep about 3:30 a.m. at her home in Tockwotton on the Waterfront in East Providence.The former Pearl Gluck was born in 1913 in New York City to parents who operated Kops, a dress and hat store on Madison Avenue at 55th Street. She graduated from Barnard College in 1934 and married chemical engineer Ernest Nathan in 1937.Alan Nathan, 76, of Barrington, the oldest of their three children, said Monday from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he is skiing with his children and grandchildren, that his parents met in New York's Catskill Mountains, where hotels would arrange "the 1930s version of online dating."Joan Nathan wrote in a New York Times piece in 2003 that when her mother was about 50, her father's business took a downturn and Mrs. Nathan began teaching English at Barrington High School, where she became head of the English Department.In 2008, she received the Knowledge is Power Award for her work with Volunteers in Providence Schools, now called Inspiring Minds.RISD Museum Director John Smith said Monday that he ran into Mrs. Nathan and her daughter in the cafe on Sunday. "Pearl was her usual lively and lovely self," he said."It's astonishing when you encounter someone with her zest for life," he said. When he was born in 1959, Smith said Monday afternoon, Mrs. Nathan was a museum docent, "leading hundreds of schoolchildren through the gallery and getting them excited about art.""It was truly an honor to have known her," said cookbook author Ellen Brown, the founding food editor of USA Today and the Providence Journal's Smart Cooking columnist.Brown said that although cooking was ...