PITTSBURGH — Susan Friedberg Kalson stood close to the synagogue the place a day earlier a co-worker of hers was killed and a household good friend was badly injured. Tears welled in her eyes and phrases caught in her throat as she recounted the horror of all of it. Then she noticed a well-known face. “This can be a good friend I have to hug for a second,” she stated, excusing herself.
Kalson, 59, and the good friend, a lady about the identical age, held one another. “Simply name me once you wish to discuss,” the girl advised Kalson….