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Morton L. Mandel | 1921-2019
Remembering Morton L. Mandel
Morton L. Mandel was remembered as a listener, a teacher, a mentor, a student, a father and a friend in eulogies given by family members and beneficiaries of his advice and generosity at an Oct. 20 memorial service.
The following buildings are named for the Mandel family
Stephen H. Hoffman and Jehuda Reinharz have been appointed to new leadership positions at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation.
It is absolutely mind-boggling to consider the enormous changes and challenges that have surfaced in Jewish life, just during my lifetime.
As my 2018 retirement approached and my wife, Susie, and I were planning to relocate to Palo Alto, Calif., and Jerusalem, Mort sought assurance that I would always be his rabbi and that, when the time came, I would officiate at his funeral. I promised I would and that I’d come from the ends …
My first encounter with him was at the graduation exercise of the cohort one year ahead of my own. In those (very fortunate) years, the Mandel Jerusalem Fellowship was a two-year program, with each new assemblage of Jewish educators overlapping their colleagues’ experience. Though my cohort …
When they started their business, Premier Automotive, with an investment of $900 in 1939, brothers Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel weren’t looking to start an empire – or a foundation that has now gifted more than $900 million.
Morton L. Mandel surrounded himself with smart people, listened carefully and had charisma that allowed him to connect with people of all ages, said those who benefited from his advice.
Morton L. Mandel, beloved husband of Barbara A. (nee Abrams) Mandel. Loving father of Amy Mandel, Thomas (Lisa) Mandel and Stacy (Keith) Palagye. Devoted grandfather of Alicia Mandel, Daniela Mandel, Daniel Mandel, Sherilynn (Phil) Ciccarelli, Wilson Petricig, Jack Petricig, Lillian Palagye,…
Morton L. Mandel, local philanthropist, entrepreneur and businessman, died the morning of Oct. 16 at his home in Florida. He was 98.
The life of Morton L. Mandel
- Tel Aviv confers honorary doctorate to Morton L. Mandel
- Mandel Foundation donates $23 million to Cleveland Clinic
- Mandel Foundation donates $1 million to Cleveland Clinic
- Western Reserve Fire Museum dedicates Jack and Lilyan Mandel Gallery
- ‘Beam’ing with pride at Mandel JDS facade renovation ceremony
- Mandel Welcome Pavilion dedicated at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
- Sotheby's to auction Mandel artwork to benefit Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation
- Israel’s Bezalel Academy prepared to build new Jerusalem campus
- Cleveland Clinic receives $3 million donation from Mandel Foundation
- Mandel Foundation awards $3.5 million to Tri-C, CSU
- Mandel Foundation donates $250,000 toward library memory lab
- Mandel building dedicated at Ben-Gurion U of the Negev
- Morton Mandel, CWRU alumni to be honored Oct. 14
- Jack and Lilyan Mandel Building dedicated at The Temple-Tifereth Israel
- The Temple enters a new era
- Mandel establishes CWRU chemistry endowment
- Humanities called key to vibrant democracy
- Joseph C. Mandel recalled for living the American dream
- Joseph Mandel leaves philanthropic legacy across the world
- Mandel, Joseph
- Joseph C. Mandel dies at 102
- Mandel receives Scholar-Patriot Award
- Mandel foundations give $400,000 to HUC-JIR
- Mandel impressed with new Mandel Humanities Center at Tri-C
- Mandel foundations give $8 million to CWRU, Clinic
- Morton November's gifts touched thousands around town in memory of his daughter
- Tri-C honors Mandel for generosity toward students
- Mandel $2.5 million gift to help fund Public Square revamp
- Mandel Foundation gives $2.5 million for Public Square revamp
- Mandel’s record-setting gift to Tri-C puts focus on education