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educator , rabbi

Herbert Bronstein, American rabbi, educator. Ordained rabbi, 1957.

Background

Bronstein, Herbert was born on March 1, 1930 in Cincinnati. Son of Morris and Lillian (Weisberg) Bronstein.

Education

Bachelor in History with high honors, University Cincinnati, 1952. Bachelor in Hebrew Letters with honors, Hebrew Union College, 1954. Master of Arts in History with high honors, Hebrew Union College, 1953.

Master in Hebrew Letters with high honors, Hebrew Union College, 1956.

Career

Rabbi B'rith Kodesh, Rochester, New York, 1957-1972. Senior rabbi North Shore Congregation Israel, Glencoe, Illinois, since 1972. Lecturer religion and literature.

Professor history and philosophy of religion, University Rochester, 1962-1972. Now teaching University Illinois, Chicago, since 1975.

Achievements

  • Ordained rabbi, 1957.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor Haggadah, 1972. Contributor articles to religious publications.

Membership

Member liturgy committee Center Conference American Rabbis, since 1962. National chairman Joint Commission on Worship, since 1973. Member Rochester Police Advisory Board, 1965-1970.

Member Joint Metropolitan Housing Committee of Rochester, 1966-1971. Board directors Rochester Jobs, Inc., 1968, also founder. Chairman, founder Pastoral Counseling, 1960-1970.

Member executive committee National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council.

Connections

Married Tamar Blumenfield, June 12, 1954. Children: Deborah Ruth, Miriam, Daniel Mosheh.

father:
Morris Bronstein

mother:
Lillian (Weisberg) Bronstein

spouse:
Tamar Blumenfield

child:
Deborah Ruth Bronstein

child:
Miriam Bronstein

child:
Daniel Mosheh Bronstein