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DANIEL M., Nov. 1, 2009, of Wynnewood, PA. Brother of Linda Markoff and Michael (Linda) Salsburg. Graveside services Monday beginning 2:00 P.M. at Beth Emeth Cem., Wilmington, DE. The family will return to the home of Michael and Linda Salsburg.

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Published in Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News on Nov. 2, 2009.
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February 6, 2010
I just learned of Dan's death and am very sorry. I was introduced to Dan when I was a teenager in the 70's and my mother worked in his family's book store. Later I moved onto his street. He was a kind soul and I enjoyed talking to Dan as he walked by my house.
Ruth Burstein-Furman
December 27, 2009
I was Dan's roommate at Wilkes University in the late '60's. We have kept in touch ever since. Dan is one of the most open, forgiving, and hopeful people I have ever known. I will him very much.
Dr. Jim Calderone
Misericordia University
Dallas, PA
Dr. Jim Calderone
November 12, 2009
I send my condolences. Very sorry to hear about Dan. He was a very nice person. I will miss him. I knew him for close to 40 years and always found him to be a nice, honest person who could always be trusted.
Marilyn Scheer
November 11, 2009
I was Dan's nurse through his health insurance. I'm so sorry he lost this battle. I hope his death was peaceful. He really was tough and fought hard maintaining his independence all the way My condolences to his family and friends - Martin Daynorowicz, RN.
Martin Daynorowicz, RN
November 10, 2009
I first met Dan in the 1990s while visiting his bookstore with my Mom. She used to enjoy going in there and bought me a couple of gifts from the shop. Though I grew up in the area -- and my first home was a five-minute walk from Dan’s house -- I never knew him until I had moved away and came home to visit. We later became friends through a mutual buddy who was one of Dan's lodge brothers.

Dan was a great guy, and I applaud him for helping keep alive the increasingly less-common phenomenon of the small, privately-owned American bookstore. I always enjoyed dropping by on my annual vacations to say hello, chat, browse, and ring up a few items on his cash register. He also introduced me to a couple of great restaurants. Dan will be greatly missed; my sincere condolences on his loss.
John Sims
November 4, 2009
I have known Dan for over 30 years. First as a customer then as a fellow Ardmore business associate. I worked at the Army-Navy Store for a little over 10 years and always talked to Dan at Bobby's Deli and in the store. He was always nice to me and would let shoot the breeze with him in the store. He will be missed. My deepest sympathy to your family. John Farrell
John Farrell
November 3, 2009
I was happy to be friends with Danny for 34 years--he became my ardmore store friend in the fall of 1975, never had technology in his store.
Alan Rosenfeld
November 3, 2009
To the Salsburg Family,
I am sorry for your loss. Dan was one of the kindest and generous people I have met. I would sit next to him during services at SJCC and he was always upbeat even when he was going through his chemotherapy. He was an inspiration to all! May he rest in peace.
Marcia Barrett
November 3, 2009
Ardmore has lost an icon. Danny will truly be missed.

John and Marian
Giannini Jewelers
November 3, 2009
He was a good man - helped me out one summer when I was under-employed, a long time ago. Always waved hello and had something to say when I walked or bicycled by the store. I'll miss him.
John Beeler
November 2, 2009
To the Salsburg Family
I was very saddened to hear about Danny. We saw each other almost everyday because my Real Estate Co is in Ardmore. He was a super person and I will truly miss him

Gary Hendler
November 2, 2009
Danny was a kind and generous man, and a great citizen of Ardmore. We will miss him terribly.
Peter Goldberger and Anna Durbin
Peter Goldberger
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