Helen Rose Tendrich lived to 101. Along with husband, the late Isadore Tendrich, she ran Izzy’s grocery store in Coconut Grove in the 1930s and opened the general store U-Save-It after buying land in Perrine in 1941. U-Save-It was a predecessor to the Walmart concept.
Helen Rose Tendrich lived to 101. Along with husband, the late Isadore Tendrich, she ran Izzy’s grocery store in Coconut Grove in the 1930s and opened the general store U-Save-It after buying land in Perrine in 1941. U-Save-It was a predecessor to the Walmart concept. Courtesy Howard Tendrich
Helen Rose Tendrich lived to 101. Along with husband, the late Isadore Tendrich, she ran Izzy’s grocery store in Coconut Grove in the 1930s and opened the general store U-Save-It after buying land in Perrine in 1941. U-Save-It was a predecessor to the Walmart concept. Courtesy Howard Tendrich

Centenarian Helen Tendrich, who lived through Miami’s many changes, dies at 101

February 22, 2017 08:36 PM

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