David Lober, Sr with his wife Nancy Lober. Courtesy David Lober, Jr

Remembering David Lober, Sr

David Lober, Sr, passed away December 25, 2019 at age 96. He was a dancer in the Broadway companies of such shows as Bloomer Girl, Touch and Go, Wonderful Town, Donnybrook, Here's Love, Flower Drum Song, Fiddler on the Roof, and My Fair Lady. One of his early influences in dance was Lester Horton, whose company he joined for several years. Up to his death in San Jose he was a spiritual and dance teacher. He is survived by his wife Nancy Lober, and his children Kyra Lober, Katherine Andrusco, Alexandra Piacenza, David Lober, Jr and Aaron Lober.

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