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Yael Edeiken was a [[fan]] who was professionally a lawyer and lived most of his life in Pennsylvania, but was associated with  [[Chicago fandom]].  He was part of the [[Chicago in 1982]] and one of the directors of the subsequent [[Worldcon]], [[Chicon IV]]. He was also on the [[Philadelphia in 1977]] bid committee.
 
Yael Edeiken was a [[fan]] who was professionally a lawyer and lived most of his life in Pennsylvania, but was associated with  [[Chicago fandom]].  He was part of the [[Chicago in 1982]] and one of the directors of the subsequent [[Worldcon]], [[Chicon IV]]. He was also on the [[Philadelphia in 1977]] bid committee.
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Latest revision as of 13:32, 14 February 2020

(February 6, 1946 -- June 1, 2010)

Yael Edeiken was a fan who was professionally a lawyer and lived most of his life in Pennsylvania, but was associated with Chicago fandom. He was part of the Chicago in 1982 and one of the directors of the subsequent Worldcon, Chicon IV. He was also on the Philadelphia in 1977 bid committee.

He was heavily involved in WSFS matters, having served on some of the WSFS, Inc. study committees.


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