SCHACHTER--Blanche, of Agawam, MA died March 31st at 86. She was born in Brooklyn, NY and graduated from Hunter College. Blanche was a retired NYC schoolteacher. In retirement, she was a tennis coach, tennis instructor and dog trainer. Blanche had been a catcher for the Kenosha Comets (AAGPBL) and the Long Island Jewels (AGSL). She is survived by her niece Paula and her nephew Barry. A graveside service will be at New Montefiore Cemetery in Pinelawn, NY today, Thursday, April 1st at 1pm. Donations to Jewish Family Service of Rhode Island.

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Published by New York Times on Apr. 1, 2010.
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I had known Blanche for many years in the Dog Show world, and as her Dog Groomer. She was a great lady. Aslo if you ever watch the movies "A League of their own" she was one of the original ladies who played on that womens ball team....Donna Blews-Pappas
Donna Blews-Pappas
April 15, 2010
If this is the Miss Schacter that was a gym teacher at Midwood H.S., then I would like to offer my condolences to her family as I remember her well - almost 50 years later!!! As a teacher she was a wonderful individual who won the hearts of her students...even if she did insist that girls had to play basketball by some inane "girl's rules"!!! (Only the "rover" could cross the midline of the court!!, and every shot had to be taken from behind the foul line!!) Nonetheless, she left behind fond memories!

May her memory be for a blessing.

Laurie Dinerstein-Kurs
Laurie Dinerstein-Kurs
April 9, 2010
Blanche was our neighbor down the street. I always got a kick out of her hanging out of her window to say 'hello'! She was quite the character and a good neighbor! The Wright Family
April 2, 2010
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