Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Oct 12, 1930 – May 15, 2017


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Age 86, passed away on May 15, 2017. Beloved husband of Dr. Marilyn Appel (nee Baker) for 60 years. Devoted father of Sheryl Appel and Laurie Appel (Greg Farnese). Dear brother of Bernard Appelbaum and Karen Ruggiero (Tony). Loving grandfather of Lindsey Carlucci and Matthew Farnese. Mr. Appel was a graduate of Temple University and was a proud founding member of its Finance Society. His crowning achievement was renovating his home in Society Hill in which he and Marilyn lived for 50 years. Relatives and friends are invited to Memorial Services Wednesday 10 AM precisely at GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL-SACKS 6410 N. Broad Street. Shiva will be observed at the Appel residence through Friday afternoon. Contributions in his memory may be made to Glaucoma Research Foundation www.getinvolved.glaucoma.org or the Hearing Loss Association of America www.hearingloss.org

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So very sorry for your loss; my prayers are with you.

So sorry for your loss.

We are so sorry for your loss Lindsey. Grandfather's are special. May he rest in peace. My sympathy to all your family. Your memories are treasures. Love from Indiana.

Harry meant so much to me. I enjoyed his wit and wisdom, and greatly appreciated his advice and encouragement. We will all miss Harry, but are richer for having known him. May his memory be forever a blessing.

I was totally shocked to hear of his passing.
I will remember Harry's sense of humor. He always made me laugh

Mt deepest condolences to you at this very difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss.

Dear Marilyn I was so sad to hear of Harry's death. Our thoughts are with you.

Fred and I are so sorry to hear of Harry's passing. We will not forget him with his great support of the cookbook and just knowing him as wonderful person.
With much love,
Sandra and Fred

We are so sorry to learn of the passing of cousin Harry. He was a kind and wonderful person and we were so lucky to have him in our family