CULPSVILLE, Pa. -- Abram S. Clemens, one of the founders of Clemens Family Markets here, died last week. He was 89. Clemens co-founded the chain in 1939 with his cousin, James Clemens, and was president until his retirement in 1978. Clemens now operates 19 stores in three suburban Philadelphia counties. He was active in religious activities and served on the boards of Eastern University and Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, which awarded him an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters in ...

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