For better and for worse, my parents raised me to be a mensch. In the business world, sticking to the strong moral values they instilled in me hasn't always been easy, but I can safely say I'll never be the type who could stab a co-worker in the back. Little did I know that at least...
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Tag: Family Tree
October 14, 2004 | 8:00 pm
September 24, 1998 | 8:00 pmGloria Hernandez Trujillo, 51, grew up in what she thought was a traditional Catholic home in Monterey Park. Her mother sent the children to mass and catechism classes at Our Lady of Solitude church in East Los Angeles. Trujillo made her first communion at the age of 8, wearing the...
July 16, 1998 | 8:00 pm
A new sophisticated computer database may help the heirs of Holocaust victims receive the benefits of insurance policiestaken out by long-deceased relatives.
Major European insurance companies have refused torelease benefits to such policies, believing them heir-less. Butparticipants...