Selma Krosnick (Gordon), 95, of Langhorne, Pa., died March 12, 2020. She was born and grew up in Long Branch. She resided for 50 years in Falls Township, Pa., before moving to Langhorne.
Before her marriage, Mrs. Krosnick worked as a secretarial supervisor at Fort Monmouth in Monmouth County.
She campaigned and ran as Democratic Party council member in Hamilton Township and was a poll worker in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She also worked with children with special needs in the Pennsbury School District; was a member of Congregation Brothers of Israel of Trenton and then Newtown, Pa., for more than 55 years and an active member and officer of the synagogue’s Leisure Club; and a member of an exercise group.
Predeceased by her husband, Barney, and her son, Steven, she is survived by her daughter, Phyllis Krosnick (Jeffrey) Lavine; her daughter-in-law, Lisa Palter Krosnick; her twin sister, Bella Gordon; and four grandchildren.
Services were held March 15 with arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapels, Ewing. Memorial contributions may be made to Congregation Brothers of Israel, Newtown, Pa.