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Fannie G. Friedman

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Fannie Friedman was born in Baltimore, MD. in 1906 and soon after relocated to Norfolk with her family.  In 1932 she began working with her husband in their locally well-known family-owned Milton Music Company.  She spent the next 35 years working in this company.  In addition to her involvement in the Milton Music Company, Friedman was also deeply involved in local charities and volunteer work.  Among the numerous groups that she was involved with include the Chrysler Museum of Art, Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughter, and the United Jewish Federation.  Friedman died at the age of 101 in 2007.



Obituary of Fannie G. Friedman, Virginian Pilot,  November 21, 2007.           

Biographical information provided by Norfolk Bureau of Cemeteries.

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Address: 8100 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23505

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