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Abraham Noah Avrutick, Russian rabbi. Recipient Mr. Success award Radio Station WCCC, Rabbinic Leadership award Union Orthodox Jewish Congregations American, 1964. member Connecticut Safety Commission.

Background

Avrutick, Abraham Noah was born on November 19, 1909 in Russia. Son of Fishel and Sosel (Shimshilevitch) AvR.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yeshiva College, 1934. Graduate Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Yeshiva U., 1929-1936. Doctor of Hebrew Literature, Yeshiva U., 1966.

Career

Came to Canada, 1921, naturalized American citizen, 1943. Rabbi, 1936; pulpits held, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 1936-1938, Newburgh, New York, 1938-1946. Rabbi Agudas Achim Synagogue, Hartford, Connecticut, from 1946.

Successively secretary, treasurer, vice president Rabbinical Council American, president, 1962-1964, honorary president, 1965. Vice president Yeshiva of Hartford. Director Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations American Active Community Chest, North End Citizens Committee.

Member Connecticut Safety Commission. Mayor’s member Committee on Hartford. Board directors Hartford Jewish Federation, Jewish Centre, Hebrew Home for Aged, Jewish Social Service.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Radio Corporation of America Sermon Manual, 1960. Contributor articles to religious periodicals.

Membership

Member Connecticut Safety Commission.

Connections

Married Frances Ruth Feldman, November 8, 1938. Children: Rena AvRutick Barth, Judith AvRutick Berkowitz, Naomi AvRutick Simon.

father:
Fishel AvR.

mother:
Sosel (Shimshilevitch) AvR.

spouse:
Frances Ruth Feldman

children:
Rena AvRutick Barth Avrutick

Judith AvRutick Berkowitz Avrutick

Naomi AvRutick Simon Avrutick