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GOODWIN

GOODWIN

Paul “Pat” Goodwin, 95, of Pompano Beach, Fla., formerly of Woodbridge, died June 22. He was the widower of Claire (Abrams) Goodwin. Born in New Haven, Feb. 13, 1919, he… Read more »

GREYDINGER

GREYDINGER

Ilya Greydinger died June 20. He was a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. He is survived by his father Boris Greydinger. WEINSTEIN MORTUARY

RESNIK

RESNIK

Ruth Resnik, 99, of West Hartford, died June 17. She was the widow of Edward Resnik. She was born in Hartford. She is survived by her children, Jonathan Resnik of… Read more »

B’NAI MITZVAH

B’NAI MITZVAH

AIDAN BABINEAU, son of Naomi and Matthew Babineau, will celebrate his bar mitzvah on Saturday, June 28 at Congregation Kol Haverim in Glastonbury. MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN, son of Laurie Lewis Goldstein… Read more »

Torah Portion – Hukkat   By Shlomo Riskin   Why was Moses, the greatest prophet who ever lived and who sacrificed a princedom in Egypt to take the Hebrews out… Read more »

Norwalk shul names new education director

Norwalk shul names new education director

NORWALK — Al Treidel has been appointed director of education at Congregation Beth El in Norwalk, it was announced recently by the synagogue’s search committee. It is Treidel’s second stint… Read more »

Summer…time to relax with a good read

Summer…time to relax with a good read

Summertime is the perfect time to dive into a good book. What to read? We asked around for some suggestions – and the responses poured in, some in the form… Read more »

Families of abducted Israeli teens hopeful, as search continues

Families of abducted Israeli teens hopeful, as search continues

By Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org   As the days pass following the abduction of three Jewish teenagers near Hebron, the boys’ families are refusing to succumb to despair despite the… Read more »

Dismantling a Jewish community resource

Dismantling a Jewish community resource

The Koopman Library prepares to close By Cindy Mindell   WEST HARTFORD – As this month comes to a close, so too does the Koopman Library at the Mandell JCC… Read more »

Conversation with Allan Chernoff

Conversation with Allan Chernoff

“There is this myth that in the shtetl life was wonderful before the Nazis came and destroyed everything we had. The truth is that there was a virtual civil war… Read more »

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