Schenck School co-founder dies at 93
by Staff Reports
09:50 PM, Thursday, December 25
The Schenck School in Sandy Springs Wednesday announced the death of co-founder and former Director David Schenck, 93. Schenck, who until recently lived at St. Anne’s Terrace retirement community in Buckhead, died peacefully Tuesday at The Montlai...

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