Jack L. Wolfson, 95, of Boynton Beach, Fla., formerly of Worceser, died June 18 in Worcester. He was the husband of Marcia (Paul) Wolfson. Born in Worcester, he was the son of Morris and Cora (Krock) Wolfson and lived in Worcester until moving to Florida a number of years ago. He graduated from Clark University in 1948 with a Bachelor’s Degree, with honors in Business Administration. He was president of his senior class, played varsity baseball and was a member of Gryphon Honor Society. He graduated from Boston University Law School in 1951 where he was the Editor of Law Review. He founded the Worcester law firm of Conlin and Wolfson which later became Wolfson, Dodson, Keenan & Cotton. Conlin and Wolfson was the first ecumenical law firm in Worcester. Years later, Jack received the Saint Thomas More Ecumenical Award from Holy Cross College. He was listed in Best Lawyers in America and was elected to the Executive Board of the Worcester County Bar Association. He was a trustee of Temple Emanuel Sinai and a past president of its Brotherhood, receiving its Man of the Year Award. In addition to his wife of 68 years, he is survived by a son, Jeffrey Wolfson and his wife, Terry; a daughter, Geri Fuhrmann and her husband, Chris; and four grandchildren, Dan, Rachel, Dana and Andrew. He was predeceased by his sister, Rose Praglin, of Waterloo. Memorial contributions may be made to Wolfson Scholarship Fund c/o Temple Emanuel Sinai, 661 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609, Clark University, Attn: Development Office, 950 Main St., Worcester, MA 01610; or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
RICHARD PERLMAN OF MILES FUNERAL HOME OF HOLDEN