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Pinchas Aryeh Stolper, religious organization executive, rabbi. Recipient Alumi Amudim award Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin-Gur Aryeh Institute, 1967, award Association Orthodox Jewish Teachers, 1975, citation Rabbinical Council American, 1984, Jabotinsky medal, 1990, Alumnus of Year award Flatbush Yeshiva, 1989, Joseph K. Miller Achdut Yisrael award Shaalvim Yeshiva, 1993.

Background

Stolper, Pinchas Aryeh was born on October 22, 1931 in Brooklyn. Son of David Bernard and Nettie (Rosch) Stolper.

Education

Rabbi Stolper is a disciple of Rabbi Yitzchak Hutner and studied at the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin and at its Kollel Gur Aryeh in Brooklyn.

Career

Rabbinical ordination Chaim Berlin-Gur Aryeh Rabbinical Academy, 1956. Director Long Island Zionist Youth Commission, 1956-1957. Administrative dean, adviser to English-speaking students Ponevez Yeshiva, Bnai Brak, Israel, 1957-1959.

Also principal, instructor English and Talmud Nahalim Bnai Akiva High School, 1959-1977. National director youth division Union Orthodox Jewish Congregations American, National Conference Synagogue Youth, New York City, 1959-1976, founder NCSY, Torah Fund, Ben Zakai Honor Society, 1959-1976. Editor Jewish Youth Monthly, since 1967.

Executive vice president Union Orthodox Jewish Congregations American, 1976-1994, senior executive, since 1994. Adjunct professor Jewish studies Touro College, New York, since 1975. Member publications, Israel, campus commissions, staff member responsible for education, Talmud Torah, day school commissions Union Orthodox Jewish Congregations American, since 1965.

Delegate White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1961. Consultant N. American Jewish Youth Conference, since 1967.

Achievements

  • He was the founder and National Director of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY) of the Orthodox Union.

Works

Membership

National director National Conference Synagogue Youth, 1995-1998. Board directors Chaim Berlin Torah Schools-Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin-Rabbinical Academy, since 1965. President David Dov Foundation.

Member Rabbinical Council American.

Connections

Married Elaine Liebman, November 22, 1955. Children: Akiva Psachia, Michal Hadassah Cohen, Malka Tova Kaweblum.

father:
David Bernard Stolper

mother:
Nettie (Rosch) Stolper

spouse:
Elaine Liebman

child:
Akiva Psachia Stolper

child:
Michal Hadassah Cohen Stolper

child:
Malka Tova Kaweblum Stolper