PEOPLE: “She was the embodiment of the Renaissance,” Mike Gale said of his former colleague on the MALT board, Gail Seneca. “lf she had been born in Florence during the 14th century, I am sure the Medici family would have welcomed and supported her talents.”   Courtesy of Micheline Côté

Gail Seneca—academic, financial adviser, author, philanthropist, gospel singer and mensch—passed away on Aug. 21 from complications arising from a knee surgery. She . . .

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