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Lawyer

Eli Gorodezky was American lawyer. Bar: Arizona 1933. Named Citizen of Year Phoenix Realty Board, 1956, Man of Year Phoenix Advertising Club, 1955.

Background

Gorodezky, Eli was born on March 15, 1909 in Kansas City, Kansas, United States. Son of Aaron Louis and Celia (Spector) Gorodezky.

Education

Juris Doctor, University Arizona, 1933.

Career

Since practiced in, Phoenix. Assistant city attorney, 1938-1940. Partner firm Gorodezky Law Offices, since 1955.

Chairman Charter Review Committee Phoenix, 1967-1970. Vice president Neurological Sciences Foundation. President Barrow Neurol-Foundation, 1968-1969, now member advisory committee.

Achievements

  • Bar: Arizona 1933.

Membership

Field director American Red Cross, World World War II. Member National Advisory Council Vocational Rehabilitation, 1956-1959. Vice president National Society Crippled Children and Adults, 1954-1956.

President Arizona Society, 1950-1953. Co-chairman City of Phoenix Charter Review Committee, 1975. Board directors Maricopa County Better Business Bureau.

Vice president Southwest biomedical Research Institute, since 1978. Member American, Arizona, Maricopa County bar associations, Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Newcomen Society, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon. Clubs: Arizona (Phoenix) (life member), Phoenix Executive (Phoenix) (president 1960-1961), Downtown Phoenix Lions (Phoenix).

Connections

Married Helen Gertrude Evans, October 15, 1947 (deceased November 1976). Married Margaret W. Kerley Miller.

father:
Aaron Louis Gorodezky

mother:
Celia (Spector) Gorodezky

spouse:
Helen Gertrude Evans

spouse:
Margaret W. Kerley Miller