Dedications from Our Society of Patrons
We thank the members of the Society of Patrons for their involvement in the growth, development and future of Hillel Torah, and for their support of our Names, Not Numbers© program.
ESSENCE OF TORAH
Jennie and Avi Rothner In honor of our 8th grade students who embarked on this life-changing mission to listen and retell the stories of true perseverance and survival. In honor of our Survivors – thank you for sharing your stories and for allowing your memories to live on through this documentary.
Eric and Gale Rothner In honor of our grandson, Joseph, and his classmates for their dedication and work on the Names, Not Numbers project. They interviewed the Survivors and understood the experiences they went through during the Holocaust. And through this amazing film, they have helped ensure that the Survivors’ messages about the Holocaust will never be forgotten. We are very proud of you. Keep it up.
BENEFACTOR OF TORAH
Laurie and Bernard Hasten In honor of our heroic survivors who courageously told their stories to our dedicated eighth grade students.
Shirley Lanoff in memory of Dr. Samuel Schimel, z”l, a Holocaust Survivor who was interviewed by Hillel Torah’s students in 2017. He always talked about how much he enjoyed this experience and for the opportunity to tell his stories about the Holocaust.
Linda and Stanley Weissbrot In loving memory of our parents, Fay and Morris Weiss z”l and Riva and Joe Weissbrot z”l. We thank Hillel Torah for promoting the Names, Not Numbers program for its students, thus ensuring the messages of Holocaust Survivors will not be forgotten.
ADVOCATE OF TORAH
Aviva and Ami Robinson and family In memory of Doris Goldsmith, of blessed memory.
CROWN OF TORAH
Vivian and Nathan Bloch In honor of the courageous Israeli Soldiers, past and present, whose heroism allows us to confidently say “Never Again.”
Sima and Jeff Neiger In memory of survivors Jakob Neiger z”l and Judith Schwarcz z”l, and their many family members who perished during the Shoah.
PILLAR OF TORAH
Julie and Nathan Thomas in memory of Tibor and Sarah Hartman z”l.
BUILDER OF TORAH
Aviva and Phil Greenland In honor of the faculty, administration, and staff of Hillel Torah for their devotion, creativity, and wisdom in educating our children; and in memory of all those lost in the Shoah.
Orah and Lev Katz In honor of this year’s interviewees for sharing their stories with the next generation.
Devora and Rabbi Menachem Linzer In memory of our great grandparents, Devora Mattel and Beirish Goldstein and their children Yosef, Mindel, Nosson, Yitzchak and Shimshon, who perished in the Shoah.
Margo and David Strahlberg In honor of the Survivors who have shared their personal stories with the Hillel Torah community: Mrs. Magda Brown; Mrs. Ruth Gilbert; Mrs. Fran Silverberg; Mr. Ernest Fruehauf; Mrs. Rodi Glass; Mrs. Lillian Zoloto; Mrs. Inga Lieb. Thank you to Mrs. Laurie Pinchot for leading this
important project and to the amazing filmmakers!
AMBASSADOR OF TORAH
Rebecca and Joel Gorenstein In loving memory of Frima and Abraham Gorenstein (Bubba and Zaida) who survived the Holocaust, and in honor of their great grandson, Sam Gorenstein, and his entire class, for their dedication and sensitivity to the Names, Not Numbers project.
Debbie and Robert Hartman In memory of our friend and mentor, Dvora Nussbaum z”l (Dvora bas Gershon).
Aviva and Nathan Lichtenstein In loving memory of our grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins who perished in the Shoah.
Judy and Norman Litz In memory of our beloved parents Gershon and Bernice Young, z”l and Dr. Bernard and Pauline Litz, z”l.
Judy and Albert Milstein In memory of Sam and Ruth Milstein, z”l .
Dvora, z”l and Michael Nussbaum In memory of our Grandparents: Rabbi Dr. Bernard and Eugenie Hamburger who perished in Auschwitz and Majdanek.
Amy and Howard Rosenburg In honor of the Hillel Torah Class of 2020, and in honor of Amy’s grandmother Elaine Lefkowitz, who survived the worst of humanity and perseveres as our role model of the best of
Andrea and Jonathan Weiss In honor of Martin Lowenberg who has taught our family, the Jewish community and the community at large not only about the atrocities of the Holocaust but has inspired us to be the kindest and most loving people we can be.
Sara and Leibel Bernstein.