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In the giant footsteps of her father, Myer’s daughter worked quietly for a better world

July 03rd, 2015

During a lifetime of philanthropy she quietly helped many small organisations and individuals. She felt a special concern for children with disabilities, arising from her first grandchild Cassandra.

She never sought thanks, believing that having the means to give was a privilege. As vice-president of International Social Service, a refugee and adoption agency, she served a term on the executive of the organisation in Geneva and enjoyed a lifelong association with the international philanthropy program at Johns Hopkins University.    

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