A final farewell to a well-loved, colorful figure

Dolev – who suffered from a severe degenerative muscular disease that impeded her ability to walk or to hold a pen – died on Saturday in her home in Ramat Gan.

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February 11, 2016 21:44
Anat Dolev

Anat Dolev. (photo credit: IBA)

 
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Last Thursday afternoon, listeners to Israel Radio’s Reshet Bet program “At 3 with Anat Dolev” heard her cheery sign-off, “Bye-bye, Shabbat Shalom,” but did not realize how ill she was or that this would be the last time they would hear Dolev in a live broadcast.

Actually, they did hear her voice in a live broadcast this past Sunday, but while most of the broadcast was live, the segments featuring Dolev were from the Israel Radio archives.

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