STRONGIN--Ned. Co-Inventor of Connect Four died on April 9, 2011 at almost 92. He was a renowned independent toy designer, who worked with all of the major Toy Companies over several decades. Though Connect Four remains his biggest success, he was involved in designing many other items, including Weebles ("Wobble But They Don't Fall Down"). He was a great businessman, husband, father and grandfather.

Published by New York Times on Apr. 18, 2011.
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We miss our dear Uncle Ned.
Ira Erteschik
December 1, 2020
a true friend and gentlemen i spent a lot of good times in his office across the street from the toy building
mel mednick
April 12, 2020
over the years a good friend and really nice guy . my office for years was across the street from him and he let me use it as a place to visit and talk
mel mednick
April 12, 2019
as the v.p. for several major toy co. it was alwayss great to work with ned. talented and a great guy to work with.
mel mednick
April 18, 2011
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