Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1947. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1953. MHL, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1951.
Doctor of Humane Letters, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1961.
Rabbi, Congress Beth Sholom, Long Beach, New York, since 1953. Member of New York Board Rabbis, New York City, since 1954. Delegate World Zionist Congress, Jerusalem, 1988.
Chairman membership committee Rabbinical Assembly, 1980-1984, chairman Israel committee, 1984-1988. Board directors Hillel School for Conversion, since 1968.
(Book by Miller, Amos W)
First lieutenant United States Army, 1951-1953. Member Rabbinical Assembly of Nassau-Suffolk (president 1978-1980).
Married Hannah B. Wiedman, January 25, 1953. Children: Seth, Fredric, Felicia.