For nearly 60 years, he was a commercial and industrial real estate broker.
He and his wife, Marilyn, attended a wide variety of sporting and cultural events, said family members. He attended every Stanford-Cal Big Game from 1942 to 2011, skied and played tennis for many years, and enjoyed annual trips to the Sierras with hiking buddies, they said. A lover of good food and wine, he was always eager to try new restaurants and recipes.
He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Marilyn; daughters Julie Brenner and Andrea Wolper; sister Malkah Carothers; and two grandchildren.
Donations in Mr. Wolper's name may be made to Music@Menlo, the Hebrew Free Loan Society, or Pathways Hospice Foundation.
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