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Morton Herman Narrowe, American rabbi. Ordained rabbi, 1959. Member Bible Commission Sweden, board directors, since 1976; vice president Swedish branch International Council Christians and Jews, 1980-1988, president, 1988-1991; president Swedish Friends Red Star of David, 1983-1987; board directors Zionist Federation Sweden, Jewish Community Center Stockholm. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1959-1962. Member of B'nai Brith.

Background

Narrowe, Morton Herman was born on March 15, 1932 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Arrived in Sweden, 1965. Son of Morris and Sarah Ruth (Lisack) Narrowe.

Education

Bachelor, Yeshiva University, 1954. Master of Arts, Jewish Theological Seminary America, 1959. Doctor of Divinity, Jewish Theological Seminary America, 1984.

Doctor of Humane Letters, 1990.

Career

Rabbi Temple Beth Sholom, Satellite Beach, Florida, 1962-1965. Rabbi Jewish community Stockholm, since 1965. Chief rabbi Jewish community, since 1975.

Vice president World Council Synagogues, since 1975.

Achievements

  • Ordained rabbi, 1959.

Membership

Member Bible Commission Sweden, board directors, since 1976. Vice president Swedish branch International Council Christians and Jews, 1980-1988, president, 1988-1991. President Swedish Friends Red Star of David, 1983-1987.

Board directors Zionist Federation Sweden, Jewish Community Center Stockholm. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1959-1962. Member of B'nai Brith.

Connections

Married Judith Luba Halpren, June 15, 1958. Children: Joshua Avraham, Elizabeth Ann, David Isaac.

father:
Morris Narrowe

mother:
Sarah Ruth (Lisack) Narrowe

spouse:
Judith Luba Halpren

children:
Joshua Avraham Narrowe

Elizabeth Ann Narrowe

David Isaac Narrowe