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national association executive

Alexander Fleischman, American national association executive. Inducted into American Athletic Association for Deaf Hall of Fame, 1965, National Congress Jewish Deaf Hall of Fame, 1986. Active United Hearing and Deaf Service Agency, Broward County, Florida; Member Kappa Gamma.

Background

Fleischman, Alexander was born on February 22, 1921 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Ethel (Schuller) Fleischman.

Career

President, Maryland. Association of Deaf, Ocean City, 1960-1964; president, American Athletic Association of Deaf, Denver and Hollywood, California, 1961-1963; president, National Congress of Jewish Deaf, Greenbelt, Maryland., 1958-1972; executive director, National Congress of Jewish Deaf, Greenbelt, Maryland., since 1972; president, World Organisation of Jewish Deaf, Tel Aviv, Israel., 1975-1988. Founder, chairman American Athletic Association for Deaf Hall of Fame, l952-55. Convention chairman International Games of Deaf, Washington, l965, National Congress Jewish Deaf, Washington, l982, Maryland.

Association Deaf, Ocean City, l987. Director workshop Health, Edition and Welfare United States of America, Washington, l970-. Chairman National Congress Jewish Deaf Hall of Fame, l986-.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Former editor various publications in field.

Membership

Active United Hearing and Deaf Service Agency, Broward County, Florida. Member Kappa Gamma.

Connections

Married Georgette Duval, April 14, 1946.

father:
Joseph Fleischman

mother:
Ethel (Schuller) Fleischman

spouse:
Georgette Duval