Estelle Braunstein

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She had an eye for beauty: Stella enjoyed the finer things in life. When she walked into a room, a lady had arrived: always dressed to the nines, hair and makeup perfect. Her home was adorned with an Asian flair. Earlier years found her making jewelry to match upscale dresses for a shop in Philadelphia: the Supremes once called on her talents. But she didn’t limit herself to jewelry: Stella also sold real estate, owned a 7-11 and worked as a salesperson at a bakery. She could move product: if you lingered by a cake too long Stella made sure you took it home. And, if you’d like to learn more, she wrote her autobiography entitled “Stella”, for sale for $15: a steal.

She is the mother of Joanne Anthony (Vincent) and Joseph Schmidt (Rose), grandmother of 6 and great grandmother of 7.
Come celebrate 86 eclectic years Saturday, April 20 from 10 am at Daley Life Celebration Studio where the service will be at 11am. Burial Lake Park Cemetery, Swedesboro

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