Man Killed On Ocean Blvd. Identified As Well Known Philadelphia Publisher

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Philip Kendall, courtesy Facebook.

DEERFIELD BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Philip Kendall, one of two people killed Wednesday night when they were struck by motorist Mark Lassman was a well known Philadelphia publishing executive.

As we first reported in the hours after the accident, Kendall and companion Francine Freedman were crossing Ocean Blvd, just south of the Boca Raton line, when they were hit and killed by Lassman who was driving northbound in his Lexus RX350..

Lasman stayed at the scene and has not been charged.

Kendall was president and owner of Packard Press, a very well known publishing company in the Northeast. He lived on Rittenhouse Square and graduated from Central High and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Read the Inquirer’s report here.

 

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