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anthropologist , Interior designer

Elaine Asarch, American interior designer, anthropologist. Achievements include research in relationship between environment and healing with relationship to medical practices. Recipient Annual award, Yeshiva Toras Chaim, Denver, 1994, Tree of Life award, Herzl Day School, Denver, 1997, Golda Meir award, Allied Jewish Federation Colorado, 2001.

Background

Asarch, Elaine Daughter of Morris and Rose (Sherman) Feintech.

Education

Bachelor, University Iowa, 1966. Postgrad., University Colorado, since 1992.

Career

Teacher special education University Hospital Schools, Iowa City, 1966-1969. Teacher Raleigh Hill Elementary School, Portland, Oregon, 1969. Learning therapist Psychological & Guidance Center, Devner, 1974.

Interior designer Sipple/Asarch Design, Denver, 1981-1983, Elaine Asarch Design Associates, Englewood, Colorado, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in relationship between environment and healing with relationship to medical practices.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Director, producer documentary on domestic violence. Contributor articles, photographs to Better Homes and Garden, 1980.

Membership

Marketing chairman Junior League of Denver, 1985-1987. Committee member Rose Foundation, Denver, since 1997. President, chairman women's campaign Allied Jewish Federation of Denver, 1990-1993.

Chairman community relations committee, 1994-1996. Steering committee Harvard Womens Studies in Religion, 1994-1999. Founder Community Help and Abuse Information Agency.

Mayors transition team Parks and Recreation, 2004. President Civic Center Conservancy, 2005. Member American Society Interior Designers (certified).

Connections

Married Richard Asarch, August 17, 1965. Children: Deborah, Chad, Jonathan, Adam, David.

father:
Morris Feintech

mother:
Rose (Sherman) Feintech

spouse:
Richard Asarch

child:
Deborah Asarch

child:
Chad Asarch

child:
Jonathan Asarch

child:
Adam Asarch

child:
David Asarch