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Mar. 18, 2015 3:25 pm

Philly startup backer David Freschman dead at 52

Investor David Freschman speaking at the Tech2Gether event in Wilmington in November 2014.

(Photo courtesy of 1313 Innovation)

David Freschman, a prominent Delaware-based investor whose firm Innovation Ventures had backed Philly companies like Sidecar and Alignalytics, died of causes related to pancreatic cancer yesterday, a family spokeswoman said. Freschman, 52, founded long-running angel venture fair Early Stage East, which was held in Philly and Delaware.

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