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GENERATION‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | Portland, OR | Summer 2016
www.cedarsinaipark.org
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A LETTER FROM THE CEO P...
2 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
Angelo Turner at 971.717.7148|Angelo.Turner@cedarsinaipark.org
or Julie Diamond...
GENERATION TO GENERATION newsletter is a publication of Portland, Oregon’s Cedar Sinai Park.
   Founded in 1920, Cedar Sin...
Summertime in Portland is a
season when residents are
energized and active. The
streets are busy with musicians,
tourists,...
and commitment. The Torah reminds
us not to abandon those who have
reached old age. not to abandon
those who have reached ...
An Interview With
Wolf Pakula
	 6 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
At Cedar Sinai Park, we are
fortunate to have p...
‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 7
him home telling him not to fight
again. The rest of the people were
shot the next day.
This wasn’t the o...
Welcome to the first Green House home in Oregon, part of the new Harold Schnitzer Health and
Rehabilitation Care Center. C...
‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 9
She will also continue as a half-time case manager for the Holocaust Survivor Services program at JFCS,
i...
Photos from Harold Schnitzer Health and Rehabilitation Care Center open house.
Clockwise: 	1. Jim Winkler & Tom Eyer			 2....
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Photos from our annual event It’s Magic!
Clockwise: 4. Jordana Levenick, Ryan Levenick & Margot Feve...
Our Community
Cedar Sinai Park touches the lives of thousands
thanks to the help we receive from our
community. Our Jewish...
TRIBUTES	 		
7/1/2015 to 6/30/2016
Jeffrey Goldenberg
Barbara & Howard Cohn
Louie & Bernice Menashe
Sally & Debbie Mink
Lo...
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Phil Stratiner
Rob & Emily Ail
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Harry & Carole Glauber
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  1. 1. GENERATION to GENERATION‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | Portland, OR | Summer 2016 www.cedarsinaipark.org INSIDE A LETTER FROM THE CEO PAGE 4 AN INTERVIEW WITH WOLF PAKULA PAGE 6 OREGON’S FIRST GREEN HOUSE® HOME PAGE 8 Life Continues Here
  2. 2. 2 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation Angelo Turner at 971.717.7148|Angelo.Turner@cedarsinaipark.org or Julie Diamond at 503.248.9328 | julied@ojcf.org Anonymous John & Carol Arnsberg Richard A. & Dianne R. Arensberg Gloria Bacharach Wilma-Jane Balick Jerome & Gaby* Barde Leonard & Goldie Barde* Ricardo & Rosana Berdichevsky Richard Berman Manny & Karen Berman Esta Bernstein* Herb & Eve* Black Philip & Fay Blank* Henry* & Gerel Blauer Stan & Judy Blauer Mollie Blumenthal* George & Harriet* Bodner Molly Bodner Gary & Elise Brickner-Schulz Eden Rose Brown Harry Bruss* Cele Cahall * Milt & Cissi* Carl Bernard Carr* Nathan & Sara* Cogan Frieda Cohen William S. Cohen Stuart Durkheimer* Elaine Durst Beverly & Stan Eastern Bob & Ruth Erlich Bernice Feibleman* Louise Feldman Michael & Chris Feves Sherry & Paul Fishman David Copley Forman Alex Frankel* Paul & Nancy Frisch David Fuks & DeAnn Sullivan Kimberly Fuson Linda and Tom Georges III Burton* & Bernice Gevurtz Bob & Lesley Glasgow Ivan Gold Ira & Julie Gottlieb Mildred Goldfoot* Rosalie & Harold* Goodman Douglas & Lila Goodman William Gordon* Peryl Gottesman* Michelle & Steve Gradow Alan* & Nancy Green Heidi & Gary Grenley Fred Hajek* Arline Hasman* Margaret Hasson Stan & Shirley Hodes Arnold & Ruth Hopfer* Irwin & Renee Holzman Marvin S. Horenstein Bari Isaacson Garry & Judith Kahn Norman & Susan Kaplon Howard & Sandra Katz Eileen R. Kauffman* Harvey* & Jody Klevit Steve Laveson and Leslie Isenstein Ethel K. Lehman* Kenneth M. & Irene Leondar Irv & Rhoda Leopold Millard D. Lesch Ryan & Jordana Levenick Nira & Leonard Levine Irving & Olga Lieberman* David Lippoff & Liz Rabiner Lippoff Evelyn Asher Maizels Richard & Harriet Maizels Bud & Robin Marcus Stanley & Susan Marcus Dick Mastbrook & Arleen Slive Fran Matson Barry & Susan Menashe Jack & Madeleine Menashe Joanne Van Ness Menashe Lou & Bernice Menashe Ruben & Elizabeth Menashe Solomon & Rosalyn Menashe Victor & Toinette Menashe Ralph & Sandi Miller Leonard & Elayne Shapiro Jack* & Patricia Silver Richard Solomon and Alyce Flitcraft Les & Martha Soltez Marshal Spector & Shari Levinson Dorothy Spiro* Edwin & Roslyn Srebnik* Marguerite S. Stahl* Adrienne Stenger* Jack Straus Robert & Mitzi* Tobias Ida Toff* Ron B.* & Marcy Tonkin Harry Turtledove* Stephen Ungar* Linda & Larry Veltman Estate of Silvia VerMeer* Jaclyn Vidgoff Larry and Liz Volchok Richard A. Weill David P. Weiner & Teresa Spada Bob & Marla Weiner Dove “Ducky” Weiner* Elsie West* Kenneth & Irene Winters Bruce & Susan Winthrop Jack Wolinsky Vicki Zidell Debbie Mink Harold Nadler Marvin* & Leah Nepom Carol Spero Newman* Herbert* & Jeanne Newmark The Norman and Karen Olds Revocable Trust Jessie Overbeck* Ray & Dorothy Packouz Gary & Sylvia Pearlman Stanley* & Esther J. Perkel Sue Perkel Lois & Gerry* Poplack Jeff & Francine Reingold Dorothy Claire Rich* Harriet Richard Paul and Gayle Romain Edward Rosenbaum* Alan & Eve Rosenfeld Eric & Tiffany Rosenfeld Rosemarie Rosenfeld Sally Rosenfeld & Andrew Frank Andrew & Alexis Rosengarten Arnold* & Rose Rustin Isadore & Joy Russell* Ruby Sachter Norman* & Elaine Savinar Charlotte Schwartz* Mylen & Roslyn Shenker John Leasing Selling* *Of Blessed Memory 5TH COMMANDMENT SOCIETY MEMBERS We are pleased to recognize the following donors who have made commitments to leave a legacy gift to CSP.
  3. 3. GENERATION TO GENERATION newsletter is a publication of Portland, Oregon’s Cedar Sinai Park. Founded in 1920, Cedar Sinai Park is a nonprofit organization committed to delivering a broad-based spectrum of care that can be tailored to individuals’ unique needs. Our service lines include: Rose Schnitzer Manor (independent and assisted living); Sinai In-Home Care; Robison Jewish Health Center; Harold Schnitzer Health and Rehabilitation Care Center; Adult Day Services; Jewish Family & Child Service; Lexington Apartments, Park Tower Apartments, Rose Schnitzer Tower and The 1200 Building (affordable housing); and Kehillah (special needs housing). CONTENTS 4 A Letter From the CEO 6 An Interview with Wolf Pakula 8 Oregon’s First Green House® Home 9 Kudos to Missy Fry 10 Events at CSP 12 Tributes ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 3 Saturday, March 4th, 2017 The Hilton Portland CSP’s annual event benefiting the residents of the Robison Jewish Health Center Contact Teri Patapoff at 503.535.4360 or patapofft@cedarsinaipark.org Save the Date
  4. 4. Summertime in Portland is a season when residents are energized and active. The streets are busy with musicians, tourists, and parades. Homeowners take advantage of the beautiful weather to undertake home remodels and landscape improvements. And we at Cedar Sinai Park are no exception: our administrators and staff are diligently caring for residents and families while all around them our campus is undergoing transformation. A recent industry report states that 1.8 million additional units of senior housing will be needed in the next 20+ years. Cedar Sinai Park is in the midst of a growth phase to be one of the leaders to meet the demands of Portland’s senior adults and those in need of social services. It has been two years since I joined this wonderful organization, and I am excited to provide an overview of the activity occurring across the CSP campus and properties. • The first Green House® home in Oregon, part of Harold Schnitzer Health and Rehabilitation Care Center, is now open at Cedar Sinai Park. Residents, families, and the public had the opportunity to tour the home during the month of A Letter from the CEO By Sandra C. Simon 4 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation July to view the newest lifestyle advancement in senior living. You can read about it and see tour photos in this issue of Generation. • The current Robison Jewish Home will be undergoing a transition to accommodate a new leading-edge, post-acute care facility. The expansion of services offered through this facility continues to demonstrate CSP’s commitment to provide a best-practices curriculum encompassing high levels of care standards and staff training to meet patient’s needs and expectations. This facility will be available to all Portland residents needing rehabilitation after surgery or illness, regardless of age or religious affiliation. • Funding for these projects has been accomplished through the generous and ongoing contributions of our community. As a non-profit organization, this support is critical to enable CSP to continue its passionate focus to provide care to the community in a loving, dignified, and respectful manner based on the following, universal Jewish values of aging: Tikkun Olam – the obligation to make the world a better place. Gemilut Chasadim – the obligation to act justly and with loving kindness toward people in need. Tzedakah – the obligation to act charitably. To date, we have almost met our fundraising goal. I encourage you to give – or give a little more – to help us meet our funding objective. • One year ago Cedar Sinai Park and Jewish Family & Child Service (JFCS) consolidated to enhance the services both organizations provide to the community. This collaboration has resulted in a new Clinical Case Manager (CCM) position to be located at Rose Schnitzer Manor. Missy Fry, the new CCM, brings a wealth of knowledge and experi- ence to this new role. Read about Missy and the role of a CCM in this edition of Generation to Generation. • The 2016 Annual Giving Campaign will begin in September. This campaign – entirely unrelated and unsupported by the construction funds CSP received – assists the needs of those who can no longer provide for the costs of their own care, the most fragile members of our community who demand our ongoing attention
  5. 5. and commitment. The Torah reminds us not to abandon those who have reached old age. not to abandon those who have reached old age. Your support in this endeavor reflects the ethical base of our faith and our community. If you have any questions please contact Mary Jane Schenk at 971.717.7165 or mary.schenk@ cedarsinaipark.org • Lastly, I participated on a mission to Israel in late May/early June. This trip was sponsored by the Jewish Federations of North America, in partnership with A Wider Bridge, with additional support from our own Portland Jewish Federation. The purpose was to experience Israeli culture, politics and character through a LGBTQ lens. Israeli President Rivlin met our group and said, “I hope this visit will help you look beyond the headlines and see that, despite the challenges, Israel is still a beacon of democracy and equality in the Middle East and the world.” It was a heart-warming and life-changing experience, one that heightened my appreciation of the open philosophy that CSP offers to the Portland community. This summer edition of Generation to Generation contains updates surrounding the activity occurring here at CSP. If you have any questions or would like to visit the campus, please give us a call or email me directly at sandra.simon@cedarsinaipark.org. I hope the remainder of your summer is a fun-filled and safe one. Sandra C. Simon ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 5 Cedar Sinai Park Board Officers and Trustees President Liz Rabiner Lippoff Vice President of Development Elise Brickner-Schulz Vice President of Finance Michael Feves Vice President of Programs Ivan Gold Secretary Susie Marcus Immediate Past President Lance Steinberg Trustees John Christianson Norm Dowty Rachael Duke Alix Rosenbaum Dyke Michael Millender Past Presidents Manuel S. Berman Milt Carl Beverly F. Eastern Stanley F. Eastern Michael Feves David Copley Forman Friends of Robison Representative Michelle Eastern Gradow Resident Representative Bernice Karsch Jeff Reingold Mylen Shenker Eddy Shuldman Les Soltesz Paul Sonnenschein Paul Frisch Dr. Victor Menashe Stan Rotenberg Ruby Sachter Jordan Schnitzer Jim Winkler
  6. 6. An Interview With Wolf Pakula 6 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation At Cedar Sinai Park, we are fortunate to have people from around the world with so many life experiences. One of these people is Wolf Pakula, a resident of Rose Schnitzer Manor since 2012. Wolf was born on March 23, 1921, in Tomaszow, Poland, where he and his five brothers were reared. The city had a population of 60,000, with a Jewish population of 15,000. Wolf had graduated high school and already learned his trade of cabinet making by the time the Germans invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. Shortly before the war broke out, Wolf’s family received a letter from his uncle urging them to come the United States. His father’s response was, “I got America right here.” He felt that America was only for the poor. Also, during the first World War he had conducted business with the Germans and didn’t believe that the Holocaust would occur. A few days after the Germans invaded Poland they entered Tomaszow. The Jewish people in the town were captured and forced to regulate a local river for the next few months. In November, the Germans ordered all unmarried Jewish males 16-45 to come to a working ghetto where they selected one male per family and sent the others home. Wolf, the male selected from his family, says the men were promised that after four weeks of working there they would be able to return to their families; however, fourteen weeks passed and he was still working. With the help of his cousin who gave him a pass to buy a ticket on the train to return home, Wolf fled. He arrived back in Tomaszow and worked as an apprentice in a cabinet shop, a trade that eventually led to saving his life. One day while Wolf waited in line for food, a man cut in front of him. Wolf asked him to move and when he didn’t, a fight broke out. After German soldiers broke up the fight, Wolf and the other man were escorted to a dark room filled with other people. Wolf asked them why they were there and a man responded, “they are going to take us out and shoot us tomorrow.” As Wolf waited by the door the Commandant opened it, pulled him out, and ordered him to shine the Commandant’s boots. He recog- nized that Wolf worked in the cabinet shop and asked him why he was there. Wolf told him the story and the Commandant sent Left: Wolfs wife Rose, his eldest son Barry, and Wolf. Right: Wolf’s time as a police officer after the war
  7. 7. ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 7 him home telling him not to fight again. The rest of the people were shot the next day. This wasn’t the only time that Wolf’s trade saved his life. After the holidays in 1942, there was a liquidation that left only 1,000 people in the city including Wolf. This liquidation forced the Gestapo, who employed Wolf as a cabinet maker, to fire him. Wolf pleaded with them to stamp a paper saying he worked for them and they obliged. Within the ghetto, there was another factory where Wolf wanted to work; however, they were not hiring anyone, even if they had stamped papers. After being rejected for work by the factory, Wolf saw two people struggling to unload barrels of oil from a truck. He showed them how to safely unload it and was immediately approached by a German who asked where he worked. Wolf told him that the factory refused to hire him. The German made him a foreman and let him work out his time there until November of 1942. Swiss border. On May 2, Wolf woke up in the forest with no more soldiers around and just a few fellow prisoners. They made their way to a town, where they saw a tank with a white star on it. He was finally liberated. Wolf met his wife in 1945 and married her in 1946. During that time, he worked in a displaced persons camp until immigrating to the United States. Once he was here, he started to work while waiting to gain citizenship. After waiting the required five years, he became an American citizen and opened a successful nightclub and liquor store in Indianapolis. These are just a handful of events that Wolf has experienced throughout his life. He shares these stories in order to “remember and make sure they never happen again.” Throughout his time during the war, he never lost hope and always looked forward, never giving up. We thank him for this story and for being part of the wonderful community within Rose Schnitzer Manor. After this, there was the final liquidation of Tomaszow that included everyone except Wolf and the few other workers in the factory. In May of 1943, the workers were taken to the Blyzen work camp, for a year before being transferred to Auschwitz. Each worker was sent with a letter from German officers stating that they were trade workers. Wolf was assigned to work in the kitchen and, after three months of working in the kitchen, there was another selection. The workers were lined up as Doctor Josef Mengele walked through and made his selection. Wolf had a wound on his wrist wrapped with bandages. When Mengele asked a doctor within the prison about it, the doctor lied telling Mengele that it was healed and Wolf was ready for work. A month later, Wolf and the other trade workers were sent to Dachau. After enduring the terrible conditions of Dachau, Wolf, along with other camp prisoners, was forced to join one final march. The march made its way to the Germany Holocaust Memorial
  8. 8. Welcome to the first Green House home in Oregon, part of the new Harold Schnitzer Health and Rehabilitation Care Center. Cedar Sinai Park always strives to be at the forefront of innovation for elder care. This year, we have made another leap by becoming a new member of The Green House® Project home. Our residents will enjoy their remaining years sleeping in their own comfortable room, relaxing in their living room around the fireplace, and enjoying home cooked meals out of their household kitchen and around a family table while continuing to receive excellent care from staff who knows them the best. Our residents rule here. We believe that elderhood should be respected and honored. Our residents will make decisions on how they wish to spend their day, when and what they eat, and how to accomplish purposeful tasks such as doing their own laundry or participating in personalized meaningful engagement. We encourage their highest ability to allow for opportunities to give back. Through their house meetings, our residents have a voice and control their daily lives. Through hours and hours of training, our staff is learning to change the culture of how we provide for our residents and how we do business on a daily basis. The circular staff matrix puts the resident in the center. The people managing the house are the ones working the closest with the residents as opposed to the top down management structure seen in traditional nursing home settings. The people that know and work with them best are the managers of the home. Through the Exploring Options approach, we ensure that everyone has a voice and consensus is reached before jumping immediately to problem solving. The Shahbazim, universal care workers, work in self-managed teams and take on coordinator roles that empower them to run their house collaboratively. The Clinical Support Team, the Guide, the Director of Nursing Services, and the Administrator use the skills they have learned to use a coaching approach to support the Shahbazim’s all important work. Oregon’s First Green House® HomeBy Jennifer Felberg 8 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
  9. 9. ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 9 She will also continue as a half-time case manager for the Holocaust Survivor Services program at JFCS, including overseeing Café Europa activities. there’s an old saying: You can’t be all things to all people. But any- one who knows Missy Fry would be hard-pressed to apply that expression to her. Missy joined Jewish Family & Child Service in 2010 as a Portland State University social work intern. She is currently a case manager for Holocaust Survivor Services; previous positions include volunteer coordinator and program administrator. She also has experience working with low-income seniors, older adults in the LGBTQI community, patients in hospice, and Somali Bantu refugees at an afterschool homework group. Missy has done all this while attending graduate school at PSU, where she recently received a Master of Social Work (MSW) as well as a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology. She says that becoming a social worker has long been her dream. “Neither of my parents completed college, but they both instilled empathy, compassion, and determination in me at a young age.” When she’s not working, Missy cheers on the Portland Trail Blazers, plays Sudoku, and hikes with her adorable dog, Abbey. Please join the entire JFCS and CSP staff in congratulating Missy—we’re extremely proud of her achievements! Help Friends of Robison to support our residents! Sunday, September 25th 6:30-8:30 p.m. - $18.00 per person Snacks · Prizes · Fun Bring your spouse, significant other and friends! Our event will take place in Zidell Hall. Please RSVP with payment by September 19th online at http://cedarsinaipark.com/friends or by check and send it to Friends of Robison, 6125 SW Boundary St, Portland, OR 97221-1019. Space is limited so make your reservation now! We cannot wit to see you!!! Ages 18 and over please. Missy Fry Meet We are pleased to welcome Missy Fry to the campus. In her new half-time role as JFCS Clinical Case Manager, Missy will be based at Rose Schnitzer Manor. Play
  10. 10. Photos from Harold Schnitzer Health and Rehabilitation Care Center open house. Clockwise: 1. Jim Winkler & Tom Eyer 2. Sandra C. Simon & Elise Brickner-Schulz 3. Michelle Eastern Gradow & Liz Lippoff 6. Martha Soltesz, Michelle Eastern Gradow, Elise Brickner-Schulz, & Bev Eastern 7. Jemi Mansfield & Jeanne Newmark 12. Rabbi Josh Rose affixes the mezuzah 12.11. 7.6. 2.1. 3.
  11. 11. 9. 14. 13. 10.8. 5.4. Photos from our annual event It’s Magic! Clockwise: 4. Jordana Levenick, Ryan Levenick & Margot Feves 5. Sandra Simon with David Fuks 8. Senator Ron Wyden 9. Shirlee Lenske 10. Lara Stern, Evan Bernstein, Governor Kate Brown, Hailey Stern Bernstein & Brad Stern 13. Michelle Eastern Gradow & Bev Eastern 14. Jennifer Felberg and Jemi Mansfield
  12. 12. Our Community Cedar Sinai Park touches the lives of thousands thanks to the help we receive from our community. Our Jewish principles guide the organization to help the Jewish community and people of all ethnic, faith and spiritual backgrounds. ROBISON JEWISH HEALTH CENTER Offers a full range of support services including excellent physical rehabilitation, intermediate nursing care and memory support services - all delivered with kindness, respect and understanding by supportive and professional caregivers. 503.535.4300 6125 SW Boundary Street, Portland, Or 97221 Cedarsinaipark.org ROSE SCHNITZER MANOR In an urban forest setting, provides both independent living and assisted living and an extensive array of services in a friendly and welcoming community. Personalized care is at the heart of Rose Schnitzer Manor’s services. 503.535.4000 6140 SW Boundary Street, Portland, OR 97221 Cedarsinaipark.org ADULT DAY SERVICES Enables family caregivers to do a better job of caring for their loved one by giving them needed breaks to care for themselves. 503.535.4403 6125 SW Boundary Street, Portland, OR 97221 Cedarsinaipark.org JEWISH FAMILY & CHILD SERVICE Provides social services that improve the lives of adults, families and children in the Jewish and general communities. 503.226.7079 1221 SW Yamhill, Suite 301, Portland, OR 97205 JFCS-Portland.org KEHILLAH Special needs housing. An important component of Kehillah is its focus on supporting residents’ inclusion in the community through social activities through social activities and supported employment. 503.535.4212 Cedarsinaipark.org AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR SENIORS Cedar Sinai Park offers four apartment buildings: • Rose Schnitzer Tower • Lexington Apartments • Park Tower Apartments • The 1200 Building Life Continues Here. 12 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
  13. 13. TRIBUTES 7/1/2015 to 6/30/2016 Jeffrey Goldenberg Barbara & Howard Cohn Louie & Bernice Menashe Sally & Debbie Mink Louise Ruben Arnold & Gloria Sadick George and Fannie Gottesman Ellen Teicher & Les Gottesman Charles Gratman Linda Pomeranz Esther Hanson Cynthia Hanson & Family Rebecca Israel Allen & Nettie Israel Arthur & Glenda Israel Sanford & Wendi Menashe Victoria Morgan Beulah Schauffer Idelle Weinstein Jay & Diane Zidell Donald Kaufman Bette Greenstein Jean Konick Jeffrey & Pamela Israel Bob & Robin Konick Merritt Linn & Susan Korey Douglas Schwartz & Cynthia Schaffer Madelynne & Michael Sheehan Karen & Richard Solomon Claire Westerman Jesse Kregal Eugene & Linda Nudelman Robert Labby David Fuks & DeAnn Sullivan Sharon Weil Irwin Lazarus Rhoda Feldman Sidney Ledinson Jean Pierce Trudy Lesch Jerry & Judith Lesch Jim Leigh Lora & Jim Meyer Syd Levinson Rob & Emily Ail Norman & Kathy Chusid Sherry Scheinman Merritt Linn Milton Carl Leonard & Dolly Goldberg Linda Ostomel Michael & Jan Sigell Alan Lippman Joan Hirshberg & Norm Friedman Harriet Lohman Rob & Emily Ail Julia Mullen Sanford & Wendi Menashe Simon Newman Rob & Emily Ail Milton Carl Robert Ginsberg Rosanne Levi Don Shern Marvin & Lois Urman Dorothy Packouz Michael Olds & Gloria Borg Olds Donald Olds Rae Goldenberg Bud & Robin Marcus Naomi Olds Norm & Susan Kaplon Allan & Marjorie Sherman Earl Oller Nancy Brown Dale Oller Richard & Lois Rosenbaum David Weiner & Teresa Spada Richard Pedigo Ralph & Sandi Miller Ben Philan Allan & Marjorie Sherman Lois Poplack Raymond & Dorothy Packouz Francine Reingold’s Brother, David Mel & Carol Seger Lisa Rhodes Eugene & Linda Nudelman Goldie Rosenbaum Milton Carl Susan Gerson Robert & Lesley Glasgow Gerald & Evelyn Leshgold Leah Nepom Eugene & Linda Nudelman Dale Oller Ray and Dorothy Packouz Thomas & Barbara Rosenbaum Stanley & Madelle Rosenfeld Elaine Savinar Lois Schnitzer Larry & Linda Veltman Sharon Weil Marge Saltzman Harry & Joanne Glickman Sam Schauffer Arnold & Francine Frisch Joseph Schwartz Ralph & Sandi Miller Martin & Sharyn Schneiderman Herb Shapiro Joanne Bonime Harry & Joanne Glickman Richard & Deanne Rubinstein Joy Rosenfeld’s Mother ~ Elizabeth Simmons Ralph & Sandi Miller Sherma Stenger David Weiner & Teresa Spada Jerry Stern Marv & Mildred Conney Tom & Julie Diamond Bunny Edelson Jeffrey & Barbara Farber Howard & Tamara Feuerstein Lynne Gerber Raya & Phillip Gladstein Barbara Grashin Elizabeth Johnson Jerome Kessler Stuart & Barbara Lang Gerald & Evelyn Leshgold Debbie Levin Stanley & Joyce Loeb Dale & Cheryl Magner Jim & Lora Meyer Sam Newson & Geri Schnitzer Newson Thelma & Stacie Newson Henry & Nancy Oseran Linda Ostomel Jack & Barbara Schwartz Robert Tobias Marcy Tonkin Rena & Cheryl Tonkin Larry & Linda Veltman Sharon Weil IN MEMORY ROBISON JEWISH HEALTH CENTER Thank you for your support of Cedar Sinai Park. This tribute list represents those who made a donation during fiscal year 2016. Donations received after June 30, 2016 will be listed in next year’s issue. GENERAL ASSISTANCE FUND Velma Winkler Almo Paula Abrams & David Blount Ralph & Sandi Miller Henry Barber Paul Frank Danny Black Alan & Suzanne Barzman Zelma Blank Leonard & Marcia Fram Larry & Linda Veltman Vivienne Bonnin Dr. & Mrs. William Breall Leonard & Dolly Goldberg Bruce & Phyllis Ritchie Sherly Braaf Susan Katz Henrietta Brody Eric & Beryl Brody Sue Carl Howard & Barbara Cohn Shirley Harris Arnold & Gloria Sadick Ross Coblens Jerry Barde Stuart & Jacqueline Barthold David & Diane Birk Jo-Ann Bleich Todd Coblens John & Catherine Dunton Shirley Harris Larry & Karen Konick Stanley & Madelle Rosenfeld Ruby Satcher Elinor Shanker Sam & Jan Weiner Stephanie Cohen Lisa Schroeder Dottie Fields Eugene & Linda Nudelman Sidney Davidson Rick & Marilyn Gilbert Maurice Goldberg Ilene S. Goldberg ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 13
  14. 14. 14 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation HAPPY BIRTHDAY Sanford & Elaine Weinstein Phil Stratiner Rob & Emily Ail Molly Strauss Rebecca Fleischman Mary Stusinski Lynne Pastor John Tennant Ralph & Sandi Miller Shirley Trademan Rosalie Goodman Ruby Sachter Allan & Marjorie Sherman Robert Weinstein Arnold & Francine Frisch Jaimie & Jacob Harper Jeff & Sherri Weinstein Lillian Weiner Ken & Delores Findley Elaine Paul Fannie Zeigen Robert & Leslie Zeigen Min Zidell Nancy Brown Gertrude Joseph Liz & David Lippoff Raymond & Dorothy Packouz David Weiner & Teresa Spada Larry & Linda Veltman Elynor Zusman Alan & Suzanne Barzman Ralph & Sandi Miller Dick & Peggy Owen Robert Tobias Leonard & Marietta Zell Martin & Beverly Zell Ruth Gassner Ray Goldenberg Lee & Larry Hamlin Ken Gurian Allan & Marjorie Sherman Inga Hamburger Joanna Freedman Debbie Osborne Shirley Harris Milton Carl Jean Hasson Allen & Jo Cohen Jack Hecht Page Mesher R.D. Hubbard ~ Happy 80th Ralph & Sandi Miller Jane Krichevsky Bud & Robin Marcus Robert Labby Gertrude Joseph Robert Lindemann Ruth Lindemann Ruth Lindemann Steve Lindemann Steve Lindemann Ruth Lindemann Joyce Loeb ~ Happy 80th Arnold & Francine Frisch Robert Lustberg Eve & Alan Rosenfeld Merritt Linn Gertrude Joseph Ruth Menashe Bernice & Louie Menashe Toinette Menashe Raya & Phillip Gladstein Taya Meyer Allan & Marjorie Sherman Solomon D. Menashe ~ Happy 90th Harry & Joanne Glickman Lee & Becky Holzman Becky Israel Wendi & Sanford Menashe Sanford & Elaine Weinstein Vicki Zidell Beatrice Rose~ Happy 101st Birthday Michael and Gloria Olds Louise Ruben ~ Happy Special Birthday Rob & Emily Ali Rae Goldenberg Naomi Schneider ~ Happy 90th Birthday Marsha & Mark Kohen Michael Sigell ~ Happy 75th Birthday Jerry & Bunny Sadis Martin & Sharyn Schneiderman Bob Tobias Stan & Susie Marcus Ted Zidell ~ Happy 90th Birthday Racquel Zidell Terrye Rudolph Shirley Harris Elaine Savinar Robert Tobias HAPPY ANNIVERSARY We have made every effort to ensure that our lists are accurate. We recognize our donors once a year and do not share any personal information. Please contact the CSP Foundation at 971-717-7165 if you would like your gifts to ramian anonymous or if we have inadvertently omitted your name. We sincerely apologize for any errors. GET WELL WISHES IN HONOR Stan Blauer Norm & Susan Kaplon Barry Caplan Harris & Estelle Sprincin Jonathan Caplan ~ Happy 50th Linda Ostomel Milton Carl Jeff & Sherri Weinstein Delphine Davis Bari Isaacson Dr. William Galen ~ Happy 90th Jeff & Sherri Weinstein Dr. Melvyn & Elaine Ball ~ Happy 52nd Anniversary Martin & Sharyn Schneiderman Stan & Judy Blauer ~ Happy 55th Anniversary Bette Greenstein Paul & Shari Fishman ~ Happy 50th Anniversary Ruthanne & Ronald Field Douglas & Lila Goodman Marcy Tonkin Dr. & Mrs. Mickey Kovsky Gary & Sylvia Pearlman Larry & Linda Veltman Mr. & Mrs. Gerry Leshgold Allen & Jo Cohen Larry & Linda Veltman Victor & Toinette Menashe Carol Danish Stuart & Jacqueline Barthold Evelyn Freedman Robert Tobias Kenneth Goodman Lorraine J. Lichtman Vic Levy Stuart & Jacqueline Barthold Jerry Nudelman Richard & Dianne Arnsberg Arnold & Carol Barer Bunny Edelson Rae Goldenberg Garry & Judith Kahn Robert Tobias Martin & Beverly Zell Stan & Judy Blauer ~ Happy 55th Anniversary Leonard & Jane Krichevsky Donna Brownstein ~ “Thank you for honoring us” Bunny & Jerry Sadis Barbara & Barry Caplan ~ “Thank you for honoring us” Bunny & Jerry Sadis Gale Gottlieb ~ “Your on-going contributions, love and kindness” Drs. Leonard & Elayne Shapiro Michael & Guadalupe Diaz Sesman Menashe ~ Your Wedding Emily & Rob Ali Randy & Renee Langley Jerome Menashe Ruby Sachter Barbara Durkheimer ~ “Thank you for honoring us” Bunny & Jerry Sadis David Fuks ~ Your Retirement from CSP Jerry & Bunny Sadis Jack & Barbara Schwartz Julie Diamond Father James Lackenmier, C.S.C. ~ 50th Anniversary of your Ordination Ralph Miller Barbara & Stuart Lane – “Thank you for honoring us” Bunny & Jerry Sadis Liz Lippoff ~ “In honor of being elected Board President of CSP” Bari Isaacson Susie Marcus Liz & David Lippoff Lois Poplack Michael & Jan Sigell Laurie & Burt Rogoway ~ “Thank you for honoring us” Bunny & Jerry Sadis Alan & Eve Rosenfeld Bert & Laurie Rogoway ~ “Thanks for being such great neighbors!”
  15. 15. Amy Shapiro ~ “For leading the High Holy Day services” David Fine Susan Alexander Mc Mennamins, Inc. Raleigh Hills Pub National Council of Jewish Women Frank & Lee Berne Gary & Cecille Beyl Floyd Black Herbert Black Shemaya Blauer Stan & Judy Blauer Jo-Ann Bleich Jerome & Amy Brem Susan Brenner & Ed Kraus William Brenner & Julia Waco Roger & Miryam Brewer Aviel Brodkin Marian Brown Bernard Carr Family Endowment Fund Arnold & Elaine Cogan Allen & Jo Cohen Frieda Cohen James & Sherry Cohen Richard & Ellen Cohen Margery Cohn Congregation Shaarie Torah Delphine Davis Dick & Cameron Davis Howard & Linda Davis Stuart & Reena Davis Leslie & Leigh Dolin Margaret Doolen George & Dena Drasin Stan & Beverly Eastern Susan Eastern Don Eichman Michael & Reyna Eisenberg James & Judith Emerson Sylvia Engelman Harry Epstein Leon and Florence Etlinger Louise Feldman Robert & Deborah Fellman Howard & Tamra Feuerstein Michael & Chris Feves Delman & Sandey Fields Bradley Fishel Robert & Judy Fisher Stuart Fishman Jane Flaxman Ann Flowerree Robert Freedman & Beverly Stein Sheira Freedman Ian & Judith Anne Freeman Ray & Shirley Freidman Mark & Johnnalee Friedman Deanne Froehlich & Barry Pullen David Fuks & DeAnn Sullivan Edward & Ann Galen Morris Galen Joy Gerttula Ruth Gassner Ian & Beverly Getreu Frank & Arlene Gintz Alan Lerner Billie Manning Evelyn Maizels Theresa McKinlay Steve Moses Francis & Susan O’Day Robyn Orloff & Cullen Shiffrin Robert & Joanie Rosenbaum Gerald Stein Miriam Unkeles IN HONOR GENERAL ANNUAL GIVING PROGRAM IN MEMORY GENERAL GET WELL Jeanne Breall~ In Appreciation Julie Gold Molly Bodner Jerome & Wilma Caplan ~ “Thinking of you” Bev & Stan Eastern Milt Carl Milton Carl ~ In Appreciation Dan & Janice Pitman and Family Susan Carl & Bob Zelinka ~ In Appreciation Dan & Janice Pitman and Family Nathan Cogan Family fund of the OJCF Ralph & Arlita Gens Elaine Golden Rosalie Goodman Hans & Marilyn Grunbaum Nancy Heckler Bruce & Sandra Koester Jacob Kryszek Victor Levy Kate Loggan & Warren Hirsch Jerry & Shirley Nudelman ~ In Appreciation Julie Gold Jeannette Ross Paul Phillip & Joan Sher United Way Rabbi Joseph Wolf & Lisa Rackner GENERAL RESTRICTED FUND KEHILLAH IN MEMORY Barbara Bafus Eve Stern & Les Gutfreund Jerry Stern Alan & Eve Rosenfeld Michael & Debbie Kovsky ~ Your Anniversary Robert & Lesley Glasgow GENERAL IN MEMORY EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION FUND Sarah Arbitman Leah Spellman Trust Memorial Fund of the OJCF Sherly Braaf Kimberly Fuson Sue Carl Sally Mink Ross Coblens Arnold & Sue Hayden The Brenner Family’s Sister/Aunt ~ Shirley Trademan Arnold & Sue Hayden Charlie Gratman Jennifer and Ken Zeidman Jill Weiss Wanda Midlin Jessica Midlin Simon Newman Amy & Kevin Milbert Daughters: Rosanne, Nanette and Marlene Daniel Schiff & Kathy Hasson Goldie Rosenbaum Ken & Jennifer Zeidman Goldie Slifman James Crane & Karla Forsythe Lawrence Slifman IN HONOR David Fuks Merrill & Perry Hendin Douglas & Lila Goodman ~ 60th Anniversary Harold & Jane Pollin Jemi Kostner Mansfield Beth Israel Sisterhood Barbara Weber Barbara Baum Stuart & Jacquline Barthold Zelma Blank Ernest Bonyhadi Warren Hirsch Gertrude Joseph Ross Coblens Margaret Giesel Hedy Farkas Abraham & Pamels Farkas Jerry Freeman David Glassman Beryl-Gay Hornick Dr. Larry Hornick Ben Siegel Deborah Sepinwall Esther Wasserman Dr. Allen Wasserman Howard Zeidman Richard & Dianne Arnsberg Elynor Zusman Joanne Leach Allan & Marjorie Sherman Jerry Nudelman Allan & Marjorie Sherman Adi & Suzy Abileah Leo Adler Community Fund Martin Alevy Rob & Emily Ail Sidney Altschuler John & Carol Arnsberg Paul & Joan Ash Jeffrey & Rosalind Babener Laurence H. Baker Melvyn & Elaine Ball Stuart & Jacqueline Barthold Michael & Rosalie Baskin Sue Beardwood Peter & Rita Bedrick Mikhail & Yelena Benikov Gabe & Phyllis Berg Melvin & Cathy Berlant ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 15
  16. 16. Gitlin, Inna & Timofey Robert & Lesley Glasgow Harry & Carole Glauber Barbara & Richard Glick Julie Gold Leonard & Dolly Goldberg Estelle Golden Jane Goldhamer Harry & Mary Goldhammer Joseph & Judith Goodman Larry & Carolyn Gorin Margaret Gottesman Jeff Gottfried Ira & Julie Gottlieb Larry & Susan Gouz Steve & Michelle Gradow Barry & Lori Greenberg Bette Greenstein Miriam Greenstein Hans & Marilyn Grunbaum Jeffrey Gudman Kenneth Gurian Irvin & Gail Handelman Cynthia Hanson Arnold & Sue Hayden Helen Herner Myra Himmelfarb Celia Hirsch Warren Hirsch Stan & Shirley Hodes Judy Hoffman Jack & Nancy Hoober Barry & Fanny Horowitz David & Sala Horowitz Sandra & Lawrence Huppin David & Jane Ann Hytowitz Alice Jacobson Marje Jacobson Richard & Linda Jessell Garry & Judith Kahn Richard & Rita Klein Josephine Klevit Anthony and Priscilla Kostiner Jerry & Joanne Kryszek Steve Laveson & Lesley Isenstein Joel & Sue Krane William Kwittman Karen Labinger Stuart & Barbara Lang Irving & Rhoda Leopold Leonard & Nira Levine Shepard Levine Stephen Levy Dolores Lewis Kathleen Lewis Miriam & Leonard Lewitt Ruth Lindemann Natalie Linn Joan & Alan Lippman Liz & David Lippoff Louis & Mari Livingston Ralph London Rick & Jayne London David & Shawn Looney Robert Lustberg Andra & Michael Makler Richard & Elizabeth Marantz Bud & Robin Marcus Jay Margulies Lynn Marks Louise Marsh Jerrold Matin Ruth Medak Jack & Madeleine Menashe Ruben & Elizabeth Menashe Ruth Menashe Sanford & Wendi Menashe Solomon & Rosalyn Menashe Victor & Toinette Menashe Jim & Lora Meyer Paul & Alice Meyer Alan & Lana Miller Ralph & Sandi Miller Esther Monical Michale & Sara Morris Ronald & Marcy Morris Susan Mosler Conrad & Abby Myers Helle Nathan Leah Nepom Patricia Neuberger Thelma Newson Joel Nudelman Carol Tova Newman Eugene & Linda Nudelman Benjamin Olds Dale & Earl Oller Leslie Bleich & Jack Osborne Linda Ostomel Ella Ostroff Sylvia & Gary Pearlman Sandy Polishuk Barry Pelzner & Deborah Pollack Robert Perkel Walt Petett Ben & Jeanette Philan Dan & Janice Pitman Harvey & Sandy Platt Harold & Jane Pollin Irving & Arlene Potter Paul & Sherry Puziss Ezra & Marilynn Rabie Lawrence & Susan Rein Jeff & Francine Reingold Gregg & Eleanore Reiter Victor Richenstein Sharla & George Rickles Bruce & Phyllis Ritchie Elizabeth Robin Gerald & Mutsumi Robinson Joeen Rodinsky Bert & Laurie Rogoway Norman & Judy Rosenbloom Eric & Tiffany Rosenfeld Rosemarie Rosenfeld Sally Rosenfeld & Andrew Frank Andrew & Alexis Rosengarten Elden & Marjorie Rosenthal Stan & Pam Rotenberg Ted & Davia Rubenstein Robin Ruscigno Irene Ruvensky Faye Samuels Beulah Schauffer Benita Schlesinger Fern Winkler Schlesinger Gerald Schwartz Patricia Schwartz Mel & Carol Seger Lynne Siegel Steven & Wendy Shain David Shapiro Jeffrey & Nancy Sharff Curt & Kathy Sheinin Timothy Shepard & Andra Georges Paul Phillip & Joan Sher Denny & Barbara Shleifer Stuart & Susan Shleifer Richard Solomon & Alyce Flitcraft Bruce & Marilyn Soulas Harley & Robyn Spring Steven & Jacqueline Stein Lance & Mary Steinberg Bruce Sternberg Gary & Pamela Sultany Jack & Joanne Suter Melvin & Janet Swire Harvey Taback Ellen Teicher Frieda Tobin Marcy Tonkin Pearl Trachtenberg Mitchell Turker & Lisa Sprague United Way Kenneth & Mary Unkeles Dr. Marvin & Lois Urman Stan & Maxine Usher David & Roxanne Ushman Rick & Sharyl Vagy Larry & Linda Veltman Anthony & Courtney Vengarick Pearl Vinocur Patrick Ward & Ellen Fineman Richard Weill David Weiner & Teresa Spada Allan & Judith Weingard Mary G. Weinsoft Bruce Weinstein Gary & Carolyn Weinstein Grace Weinstein Sanford & Elaine Weinstein Richard & Louise Werner John C. White Irene Winters & Kenneth Leondar Bruce & Susan Winthrop Jack Wolinsky Peter Wollstein & Judy Geller Ivan Zackheim & Miriam Hecht Ruth Zaske Phyllis Zawel Robert & Leslie Zeigen Bob Zilinka Dr. Lawrence & Karen Zivin IN HONOR RELIGIOUS, SOCIAL & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES FUND IN MEMORY Stanley Blauer Tom & Jo Ann Hornsten David Fuks Merritt Linn & Susan Korey Elden & Marjorie Rosenthal Robin Kirsch ~ Happy Birthday Jack & Lynn Wagner Toinette Menashe ~ Happy Birthday David & Debbie Menashe Drs. Elayne & Leonard Shapiro Gale & Ken Gottlieb Marvin Klein Robert Ginsberg Charlie Gratman Eve Stern & Les Gutfreund Dr. Merritt Linn Milton Carl Jerry Stern Jim & Ilene Davidson Cindy Ives Bud & Robin Marcus Martin & Cynthia Nolan Rosemarie Rosenfeld GENERAL Barbara Slater and the RSM Choir Toinette Menashe 16 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
  17. 17. LUCIO & IRENE VILLA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN HONOR IN MEMORY BEVERLY EDER LINDEMANN GOOD TIMES FUND Jenny Fox Barbara Weisman Danny Black Dorothy & Philip Reiter Sid Levinson Melanie & Steve Sievers Simon Newman Alan & Suzanne Barzman David Fuks ~ Your many years of service to CSP Risa Kiam Andrew Rosengarten Miles Schlesinger & Lynn Blank Ernie Scheuer Audrey Arlington Zev Singer’s Bar Mitzvah, May 2015 in Israel Sharon Stern Larry & Linda Veltman ~ In appreciation John & Melissa Matterazzo Beatrrice Cohan Stanley & Cynthia Cohan Marvin Diamond Lynn Bonner Dorothy Packouz Ted & Davia Rubenstein Sam Schauffer Ted & Davia Rubenstein Celia Scheuer Ernest & Mary Jean Scheuer Hedwig & Sally Scheuer Ernest & Mary Jean Scheuer Herb Schwartz Susan Meyer Klinge & Carl Klinge Rose Weider Leonard & Sally Burda Robert Weinstein Philip & Roberta Cohen Mitch & Lynne Cohen Mark & Kathy Gentemann Albert & Esther Menashe Barry Simon CEDAR SINAI PARK NURSING HOME CAPITAL CAMPAIGN FUND IN MEMORY David Kohnstamm Deborah Elliott Julie Donin Charles & Irene Cancilla HAPPY BIRTHDAY Ken Goodman Rosalie Goodman Harvey Kelinson Rosalie Goodman Shirley Trademan Rosalie Goodman Barry Caplan ~ Your 75th Birthday Larry & Linda Veltman ~ Your 50th Anniversary Renee Holzman Jerry & Bunny Sadis ~ Your 50th Anniversary Stuart & Nikki Director HAPPY ANNIVERSARY IN HONOR Jeff Reingold Francine Reingold David Holland Greener Pastures Services, LLC ROSE SCHNITZER MANOR GENERAL ASSISTANCE FUND IN HONOR GENERAL GET WELL HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN MEMORY IN MEMORY Jenat Feldman Norman & Kathy Chusid Robert Tobias Alan & Suzanne Barzman Bob Glasgow Jerry & Bunny Sadis Bob Lustberg Jean Pierce Sol Menashe David & Debbie Menashe Nathan Cogan Dave & Laurie King Stephen Levinson Darrell Murray Beth Kaplan Westbrook Rachel Duke Frank Winicki Michael & Guadalupe Menashe’s marriage Mark & Christi Goodman Sonia Kaplan Oregon Episcopal School Eighth Grade Jemi Kostiner Mansfield Ilyse Wagner Robert Weinstein Jacob and Jaimie Harper EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION FUND Vivienne Bonnin Naomi Strauss Esther & Frank Kales Roberta Wolff Sidney Levinson Stuart & Nancy Hasman Dr. Merritt Linn Bud & Robin Marcus Julia Mullen Anonymous Louis Scherzer Roberta Wolff Jerry Stern Delphine Davis Linda Karp Blum Adeline Edelstein Lorraine Katz Deborah, Sharon, Mendel and Eva Klin Revocable Trust Ken Kwartler & Michelle Lentzner James & Sue Litton Ruth Mendelsohn Burt Perry Howard & Lois Tobin Sophia Stamatis Natalie Stone Alice Wallace Robert Rockstein Rhoda Feldman GENERAL GET WELL IN MEMORY RELIGIOUS, SOCIAL & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES FUND HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 17 Lois Poplack Victor & Toinette Menashe Goldie Rosenbaum Linda Ostomel Dorothy & Philip Reiter Jerry Stern Rae Goldenberg Gerald & Evelyn Leshgold Naomi Strauss Irene Vener Harris Rich & Family Rose Weider Norman & Kathy Chusid Jerry & Bunny Sadis ~ Your 50th Wedding Anniversary Robert & Lesley Glasgow
  18. 18. Goldie Rosenbaum Jay & Diane Zidell Rebecca Israel Jay & Diane Zidell IN HONOR SILVER STAR OF DAVID For our community now and in the future. Thank you! Sharon & Dean Morell Herb Schwartz ~ In Memory of Susan Meyer & Carl Klinge Stuart Shleifer Barry Caplan Stuart Director Barbara Durkheimer Robert & Lesley Glasgow David Fuks Robert & Lesley Glasgow THE EMERY AND MIN ZIDELL ENDOWMENT FUND OF RSM IN MEMORY We would love to stay in touch. Please let us know if your mailing address, email address or phone number has changed. Just call 971-717-7165 or email mary. schenk@cedarsinaipark.org. Thank you! COMMEMORATIVE BRICK 18 | Summer 2016 | Generation to Generation
  19. 19. GENERATIONTO GENERATION PUBLISHER Cedar Sinai Park 6125 SW Boundary St. Portland, OR 97221-1019 CONTRIBUTORS: SANDRA SIMON JENNIFER FELBERG NATHAN GREGG KARYN K. HAMILTON PHOTOGRAPHY: NATHAN GREGG ANDIE PETKUS NAIM HASAN COPY EDITORS: CSP FOUNDATION STAFF KARYN K. HAMILTON ‫לזוך‬ ‫זוך‬ | 19 Summer 2016
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