Kenneth Poch, who spent years cataloguing Jews in Arlington National Cemetery, died at 62. Poch died in Washington on Dec. 27 from Lou Gehrig’s Disease, The Washington Post reported this week. Poch began listing graves of Jewish soldiers 15 years ago after learning the cemetery did not keep track of the number of Jews interred there.
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