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He was a member of Young Israel Shomrai Emunah synagogue in Silver Spring.

Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Raysal Greenwald Kotz of Silver Spring; three children, H. David Kotz of Silver Spring, Pnina Levinson of Chicago and Tamar Kotz of New York City; and nine grandchildren.

-- Emily Langer

Sheau-Ching Luh Typist

Sheau-Ching Luh, 71, a former typist for a Chinese-language newspaper in Bethesda, died March 27 of pancreatic cancer at her home in Germantown.

Mrs. Luh moved to the Washington area in 1982 and worked for the newspaper for several years. Her husband, who remained in Taiwan to support the family, arrived in 1994.

Sheau-Ching Chang was born in Hunan Province, China. After China fell to the communists in the late 1940s, she moved to Taiwan. She spent several years doing administrative work for the Taiwanese government before immigrating to the United States.

Mrs. Luh enjoyed knitting and reading.

Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Wei-Fuan Luh of Germantown; a daughter, Ning Luh of Germantown; a son, Yang Luh of Washington; and two grandchildren.

-- Timothy R. Smith

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