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Rabbi Avrohom Adler’s move to Cleveland about 25 years ago was a turning point in his life.

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Charles Daroff quickly discovered that if he could combine his well-honed skills as a real estate lawyer with his long-time love for helping o…

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Soon after her son Eric was born and her daughter Hallie (a CJN columnist) was in kindergarten, Susan R. Hurwitz decided to try helping other …

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It was David W. Leopold’s father who bestowed him with his tenacious fight for social justice and giving back.

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Once, when Carol A. Marshall was ushering at The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood, she noticed a mother and daughter engaged in a conflict …

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David Millstone’s mother did not approve of his decision to practice at Squire Sanders & Dempsey in his first job out of law school.

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The first time Jim Newbrough toured Menorah Park will stay with him forever.

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Born in Saratov in the former Soviet Union, Miriam Pearlmutter has vivid memories of her relatives bringing food to her family as they prepare…

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On first impression, Earl Pike is a kind, caring and relatable person, clearly drawn to helping others.

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A mission to Cuba about a decade ago with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland spurred Dr. David M. Rosenberg to step up his efforts to address …

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Although Mitchell C. Schneider was born and raised in the area, the attorney-turned-real estate developer did not enter Cleveland’s Jewish com…

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JodiLyn Solomon’s daughter, Rose, attended an overnight summer camp for transgender children in New Hampshire in 2015 and 2016.

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Wendy Spitz is a Beachwood native whose genuine desire to give back to her hometown is evident during even a short conversation.

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Ali Stern is grateful to live in a place like Cleveland.

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When Beverley and Richard Uria met as teenagers through Johannesburg’ South Africa’s Jewish community, they had no idea that they would spend …

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William Wortzman secured a bakery job as an elementary school student and stayed until college.