Staying active and creative keeps retired ad man young


Herb Maneloveg

Herb Maneloveg, who recently turned 98, is a regular attendee of the Jewish Pavilion's Shabbat services at Oakmonte Village. He has always been connected to his Jewish roots, even though he was born and raised in a small Western Pennsylvania town called Aliquippa, a town of 25,000 with 15 Jewish families. Plans to attend Penn State after graduation were curtailed because he was drafted into the Army and serving two and a half years abroad. Maneloveg was injured in the Battle of the Bulge and after a week in a field hospital, was transferred to Greenbrier, West Virginia where he recuperated....

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