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Dean Allison, local realtor, car salesman

DEAN PHILIP ALLISON,  a native New Orleanian  who founded and managed his own real estate firm before becoming a successful automobile salesman, succumbed after a long battle with cancer on April 24. Allison was 62.

He worked for his family’s firm, Allison Real Estate,  as a young man, but became a sales associate of Benson Mercedez-Benz over a decade ago. His professional attitude and gregarious nature made him an accomplished...

Mollye Penner, former drug manufacturer

MOLLYE BRONIK PENNER, the former president of Penner and Welch Drug Manufacturing and a lifelong resident of New Orleans passed away on September 19 from natural causes at Woldenberg Village. She was 86.

Penner was an active volunteer in numerous city philanthropic endeavors  including the Greater New Orleans Chapter of Hadassah, B’nai Brith Girls (official advisor) and the city’s Chevra Kadisha Committee.  She was a...