Larry Wasser, a leading figure in Florida’s Holocaust museum, died Sunday in Tampa at the age of 56. Wasser, the son of Holocaust survivors, helped make the St. Petersburg museum into one of the largest of its kind. Wasser also was involved in the Jewish National Fund, as well as non-Jewish causes such as the March of Dimes.
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