Jules and Charlotte Joskow die days apart

Jules Joskow, (left) an economist and founder of

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Jules Joskow, (left) an economist and founder of an international consulting firm, and his wife, Charlotte Joskow, (right) a former public school teacher, died this week. They were both 89 years old. (Credit: Handout)

Jules Joskow, an economist and founder of an international consulting firm, and his wife, Charlotte, a former public schoolteacher, died this week. They were both 89 years old.

In their 68 years of marriage, the Great Neck couple raised three children, advocated for Jewish causes and devoted themselves to intellectual and cultural pursuits.

This week, they were to celebrate their 90th...

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