KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. -- Leonard Pearlstein, chairman and founder of Confab, a private-label maker of sanitary pads, tampons and incontinence products, died here last month after complications from heart surgery. He was 68. ufacturing and warehouse facility here, began manufacturing sanitary napkins in 1981 and expanded into incontinence products in 1985 and tampons in 1993. The company is now expanding into the baby diaper business. Pearlstein, who lived in Gladwyne, Pa., is survived by ...

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