By: The Associated Press
(AP)Doris Raffalovich, whose decades-long journalism career included stints at several New Jersey newspapers and publications, has died.
Family members say Raffalovich, who wrote under her maiden name, Doris Kulman, died Thursday at Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank. She was 85.
Raffalovich began her career in the late 1950s and continued to work until shortly before her death. She was a reporter, columnist and editorial writer for the Red Bank-based Daily Register until the newspaper closed in the mid-1980s.
She also served as a correspondent for the Asbury Park Press of Neptune, an editor for the Jewish Voice and had published her own newspaper, which focused on women’s rights and related issues.
Most recently, Raffalovich was a reporter and columnist at the Two River Times newspaper in Red Bank.