|Letter to the Editor|
|Thursday, May 31 2012 10:03|
Hearty mazel tovs
After nearly 25 years here in Cincinnati, I recently decided I should be receiving The Chronicle and stay in touch with my hometown. In the just few weeks I have received issues, unfortunately several of my acquaintances have appeared in the obituary columns.
On a happier note, it has been a pleasure reading about my cousin Elana Nemitoff’s admission to the HUC rabbinical program and the additional nachas that my fourth-year student rabbi granddaughter was one of her interviewers. Mazel tov to the entire Nemitoff family.
In the latest issue I received (May 17), on the front page was a photograph and inspiring story of my last employer in Kansas City, Michael Klein. I was well aware of Michael’s contributions to the local community and I certainly enjoyed the time I was in his employ and my personal involvement in several projects while under his direction. I am happy he is being recognized and offer my personal mazel tov as well.
The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah is fortunate to have a person of Michael’s fortitude and I wish him and the Temple many more years of active involvement.