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Rosalie C. Garber

Rosalie C. Garber, mother of David L. Garber, executive VP of television & new media for Live Entertainment, died Feb. 6 at the New England Baptist Hospital in Boston. She was 73.

Garber was one of the first women to receive a master’s degree in business at Boston U.

During World War II, she served as the executive assistant to the head of the Civil Service Commission in Boston.

She is also survived by another son, Allen G. Garber, and a daughter, Susan R. Garber.

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