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Myron Israel Scholnick Obituary
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December 08, 2016

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December 08, 2016

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October 30, 2016
I was a history minor at Towson and I only declared it late in my time there when I discovered that I had been loading my elective schedule with courses taught by Dr. Scholnick. That had put me within striking distance of an unplanned minor. I don't know if he ever published a book based on his notes, but he should have.
June 23, 2015
Dr. Scholnick was one of my favorite professors as well as my undergraduate advisor. He gave graciously of his time, and I spent many hours in his office pondering my career future. I am very sorry to hear of his passing.
March 7, 2014
Dr. Myron Scholnick was my favorite professor at Towson State. I took all three of the courses he taught: survey U.S. history, The F.D.R. era, and U.S. Presidents since 1945. He was also at my wedding a couple years after I graduated from with a Bachelor's in History. Myron was a great professor, a great friend, and a great man. I know he is in a better place, but I still miss him a lot. All of my sympathies to Ellin and Matthew. Michael Zabbara Towson State University Class of 1996
March 7, 2014
Dear family, it is a true comfort to know that our tradition insists that there is healing and growth at this time of tragedy and loss. After the period of mourning and sorrow, our spiritual tradition redirects our attention to life and living. The continued presence of those we share life with, will always embrace our being. Life is eternal and transcends death. This truth is at the core of our teaching and belief. God will comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
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