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Moskin, Albert (1900-1994)

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Moskin, Albert (1900-1994)

Description

Albert Moskin was the mayor of Englewood from 1954 to 1959. His political career began when he was appointed to the board of the Englewood Board of Police Commissioners. He served for 36 years in municipal and county governments. He was a councilman of the fourth ward from 1933 to 1951. He retired from public service in 1965 and worked as a pharmacist. He owned Moskin's Pharmacy on West Palisade Avenue from 1962 to 1980. He was a member of the Ahavath Torah.

He was married to a woman named Rose. He had two sons, Donald and Alan. 

Source

Gavin, John A. "Albert Moskin, 94; ex-Bergen freeholder." The Record, June 14, 1994, p.31.

Death Date

1994-

Occupation

Source of File Attached

"Principals at Congregation's Services Briefed." The Record, September 21, 1959, p.3. 

Collection

Citation

“Moskin, Albert (1900-1994),” Englewood Makes History, accessed July 12, 2024, https://englewoodmakeshistory.org/items/show/31.

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