JewishColumbus


September 26, 2018

Ben S. & Barbara S. McVay

Ben S. & Barbara S. McVay Barbara’s Jewish history stems from Lithuania and Germany. Her parents are first generation, American-born citizens, who have always been involved […]
September 26, 2018

Connie & Norman Meizlish

Connie & Norman Meizlish We have been involved with the community and Jewish life for many years. Jewish education and tzedakah have always been part of […]
September 26, 2018

Myer & Selma Mellman

Myer & Selma Mellman Our roots here are strong and deep. Born and raised in Columbus, Selma Sylvia Ruben and Myer William Mellman were married in […]
September 26, 2018

Annette Maierson Molar

Annette Maierson Molar I wanted to create this endowment in order to insure that the memory of both my late husbands would live on. Having been […]
September 26, 2018

Howard A. I. & Pauline Newman

Howard A. I. & Pauline Newman Our parents journeyed from Russia, Poland and Germany to America and struggled to make a better life and to practice […]
September 26, 2018

Jenny Dornbusch Jacobs

Jenny Dornbusch Jacobs My husband, Ben Jacobs, and I met in May 1948 on Israel’s Day of Independence. So my endowment gift, which will bear his […]
September 26, 2018

Robert Glick & William Glick

Robert Glick & William Glick As lifelong residents of the Columbus Jewish community, we were brought up with a strong example set by our family, maintaining […]
September 26, 2018

Babette & James Feibel

Babette & James Feibel When Great-Grandmother Mirma Plaut sailed from Germany to America and when Grandfather Max Brener journeyed from Lithuania and peddled clothes across the […]
September 26, 2018

Frank Forchheimer

Frank Forchheimer When my family came to Columbus as German Jewish refugees some 60 years ago the Jewish community was helpful in getting us started as […]