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Beatrice Horwitz Stadtler, American author. Recipient Leslie Reggel award for outstanding contributions to Israel Philately, 1994, prizes Federation and Welfare Funds Audio Visual Council of America Association Jewish Education, prize by Judah Magnes Museum, Berkeley, California.


Stadtler, Beatrice Horwitz was born on June 26, 1921 in Cleveland. Daughter of David and Minnie (Gorelick) Horwitz.


Master of Science in Religious Education, John Carroll University, 1983. Master Judaic Studies, John Carroll University, 1988.


Secretary Cleveland Department Public Health and Welfare, 1940. Secretary, department manager Federal Public Housing Authority, Cleveland, 1943. Primary supervisor Temple Beth Shalom Religious School, 1953.

Registrar Cleveland College Jewish Studies, 1958-1983. Assistant editor Israel Philatelist, from 1975. Speaker on holocaust, lecturer at writer's conferences and classes.

Scholar-in-residence various cities. Teacher Cleveland Hebrew Schools, since 1992.



Adviser youth group United Synagogue, 1967-1970. Member Holocaust task force Jewish Community Federation Cleveland. Member Educator's Assembly, Pioneer Women., Education Council N. American.

Member United States Holocaust Memorial Council, chairman advisory panel Holocaust education, judge writing contest for students 9th-12th grades. Member Governor's commission of the State of Ohio on Holocaust Education. Member State of Ohio Holocaust Commission, Cleveland Holocaust Center (vice president), Board Cleveland Hebrew Schools (secretary).

Board directors Women's Division Jewish National Fund.


Married Oscar Stadtler, January 31, 1945. Children– Dona Stadtler Rosenblatt, Sander, Miriam Stadtler Rosenbaum.

David Horwitz

Minnie (Gorelick) Horwitz

Oscar Stadtler

Dona Stadtler Rosenblatt Stadtler

Sander Stadtler

Miriam Stadtler Rosenbaum Stadtler