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Stanley Irving Batkin was American packaging company executive. Achievements include patents for packaging improvements. Recipient Prime Minister's medallion, State of Israel, 1974, medal, City of Jerusalem, 1976.

Background

Batkin, Stanley Irving was born on October 18, 1914 in New York City. Son of Hyman and Bertha (Tenzer) Batkin.

Education

Student, Washington Square College, New York University, 1932—1935.

Career

; student Washington Square College, New York University, 1932-1935. Married Selma Loinger, November 16, 1937 (deceased 1992). Children— Gloria Batkin Kahn, Alan Richard.

Married Donna Sommer, January 30, 1994. With Universal Folding Box Company, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, 1931-1987, general manager, 1951-1963, president, 1963-1987. Trustee New Rochelle (New York) division Zionist Organisation American, since 1948, Keren Yaldenu, Israel, since 1958.

Member State of Israel Bond Committee, since 1957. Board overseers Jewish Theological Seminary, American, New York City, since 1964. Member Executive Committee National Patrons Society, since 1965, chairman Westchester chapter, since 1966.

Active Beth El Synagogue, New Rochelle, chairman building committee, since 1966, also trustee and honorary president Beth El Synagogue-Center. Member Executive Committee Greater New York committee State of Israel Bonds, 1972-1980, American-Israel Cultural Foundation, since 1977. Board of Governors Jewish Museum, New York City, since 1973, American Friends of Boystown, Jerusalem, since 1978.

Board directors Philharmonic Symphony Westchester, 1973-1980, American Israel Cultural Foundation, since 1973, American Associates Ben-Gurion University of Negev, New York City, 1976-1985, Ampal-American Israel Corporation, since 1976, American Technion Society, since 1978, American Friends of Israel Museum, since 1978. International Board of Governors Tel Aviv Museum, since 1976. Honorary chairman Westchester division Israel Bonds, since 1976.

International board patrons Israel Museum, New York City, since 1977. Trustee American Friends Tel Aviv Museum, since 1978, vice president, 1979. Board directors Jewish Genealogical Society, 1978-1985, treasurer, 1979-1985.

Nat. chairman Chancellor Council Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1987^, nat. advisory council American Committee Weizmann Institute of Science, 1981. Board directors Firends of Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design, Inc., 1982^. Board of Governors Yeshiva U. Museum, New York City, 1983-1987, honorary member 1987.

President, trustee American Friends of the Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem, 1988^. Advisory board Friends of the Library Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1987^. Consultant synagogue architecture.

Guest of honor at various dinners, 1956-1974. Recipient Prime Minister's medallion State of Israel, 1974, medal City of Jerusalem, 1976.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for packaging improvements.

Membership

Trustee New Rochelle Division Zionist Organization American, New York, 1948, Keren Yaldenu, Israel, since 1958. Member Israel Bond Committee, since 1957. Board overseers Jewish Theological Seminary, American, New York City, since 1964.

Member executive committee National Patrons Society, 1965. Chairman Westchester chapter, since 1966. Active Beth El Synagogue, New Rochelle.

Chairman building committee, since 1966. Trustee and honorary president Beth El Synagogue-Center. Member executive committee Greater New York Committee State of Israel Bonds, 1972—1980, American-Israel Cultural Foundation, since 1977.

Board governors Jewish Museum, New York City, since 1973, American Friends of Boystown, Jerusalem, since 1978. Trustee American Friends Tel Aviv Museum, since 1978. Vice president, 1979.

Board directors Jewish Genealogical Society, 1978—1985. Treasurer, 1979—1985. National chairman Chancellor Council Jewish Theological Seminary of America, since 1987.

Member of Westchester County History Society, New York Genealogical and Bibliographical Society, Jewish Genealogical Society, Graphic Arts Technology Foundation, Packaging Institute New York, International Center for Photography, Professional Photographers American, Inc., American Management Association, National Association Photo-Lithographers.

Connections

Married Selma Loinger, November 16, 1937 (deceased.; married Selma Loinger, November 16, 1937 (deceased.; married Donna Sommer, January 30, 1994.

Children: Gloria Batkin Kahn, Alan Richard.

father:
Hyman Batkin

mother:
Bertha (Tenzer) Batkin

spouse:
Selma Loinger

spouse:
Selma Loinger

spouse:
Donna Sommer

child:
Gloria Batkin Kahn Batkin

child:
Alan Richard Batkin