Mark Bricklin Obituary – Mark Bricklin Passed Away! Charles S. Gerras, 75, of Coopersburg, passed on February 9, 2005, in St. Lukes Quakertown Hospital. He was hitched to Anne (Bell) Gerras for a very long time. An alum of Georgetown University, he worked for Rodale Inc., Emmaus, for a very long time prior to resigning in April of 2000. At Rodale, he filled in as editorial manager of Prevention Magazine for a very long time, supervisor of Quinto Lingo Magazine, and supporter of Theater Crafts Magazine.
He was among the organizers of the Book Division and filled in as manager for almost 100 of Rodales Books over a 25-year time span, including the Synonym Finder and Rodales Natural Foods Cookbook, which won a Tastemaker Award and has sold above and beyond 1,000,000 duplicates. He additionally filled in as proofreader of the Prevention Book Club. A quadriplegic since a mishap in 1951, he won honors from the Good Shepherd Medical Center as a model and guide in 1987.
Charlie was known for presenting a considerable lot of his associates and companions to his number one energy, Broadway plays. Brought into the world in Reading, he was the child of the late Samuel and Anna (Shamenek) Gerras. He was an individual from St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church, Limeport. Survivors: Wife; girl, Marianne Matuczinski and her better half Cazimir of Bethlehem; child, Colonel Stephen Gerras and his significant other Ann of Carlisle; grandkids, Cazimir, Markus, Marjorie, Joshua, Zachary. Administrations: A Funeral Mass praising his life will occur at 10 a.m. Monday, February 14, 2005, in St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church, 5050 St. Josephs Rd., Limeport. There will be no calling hours. Interment, at the accommodation of the family.