Governance

Our synagogue is fortunate to have many talented and hard-working lay-leaders at Congregation Beth Shalom. Our Officers, Board of Trustees, Past Presidents, Honorary Presidents and committee members make up a team of passionate leadership, all of whom are truly dedicated to serving our kehillah.  We encourage participation from all members, and hope you will consider joining us and sharing your expertise and ideas!

MISSION STATEMENT

Enriching lives through community, lifelong Jewish learning, and spiritual growth

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

  • Debby Firestone, President
  • Ria David, Vice President
  • Joseph Jolson, Vice President
  • Arlene Shapiro, Vice President
  • Steven P. Albert, Secretary
  • Mitch Dernis, Treasurer
  • David Horvitz, Immediate Past President

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

  • Rabbi Seth Adelson
  • Steven P. Albert
  • Liz Chow
  • Frayda Cohen
  • Ria David
  • Mitchell Dernis
  • Julian Elbling
  • Debby Firestone
  • Lidush Goldschmidt
  • Dorothy Greenfield
  • Chris Hall
  • Tammy Hepps
  • Alan Himmel
  • David Horvitz
  • Joseph Jolson
  • Alex Kiderman
  • Gerald Kobell
  • Judy Kobell
  • Adam Kolko
  • Elaine Krasik
  • Aviva Lubowsky
  • Elisa Recht Marlin
  • Rob Menes
  • Bunny Morris
  • Jennifer Murtazashvili
  • Gail Neft
  • Stephen Neustein
  • Connie Pollack
  • Todd E. Rascoe
  • Bruce Rollman
  • Dee Selekman
  • Arlene Shapiro
  • Barry Stein
  • Michael Yoffee

MEN’S CLUB

  • Alex Kiderman

SISTERHOOD

  • Judy Kornblith Kobell

HONORARY PRESIDENTS

  • Ruth Ganz Fargotstein

PAST PRESIDENTS

  • Albert Smolover (z”l)
  • Norton Freedel
  • Harriet N. Kruman
  • Alan Greenwald
  • Marianne Silberman
  • Milton Eisner
  • Arnold H. Lazarus (z”l)
  • Yale Rosenstein
  • David Rosenbloom (z”l)
  • Harvey E. Robins
  • Julian Elbling
  • Barry J. Pakovitz
  • Judy Kornblith Kobell
  • Jay L. Fingeret
  • Steven H. Schwartz
  • Ira M. Frank
  • Connie Pollack
  • Stefi L. Kirschner
  • Howard Valinsky
  • David Horvitz

updated June 9, 2017

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