Meet Our Residents

To Make a Dream Come True

In the 1980s, Linda Gordon Kuzmack and Shulamith (Shelly) Weisman interviewed Home residents whose personal stories captured the Jewish Eastern European immigrant experience. Their stories were compiled in To Make a Dream Come True: Stories of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington. Visit our Centennial page to read this document...and travel back through history. 

Holocaust Survivors on Campus Honored at 2012 Brunch

Holocaust Brunch 2012 Arie Nabozny 
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Blanche Juris 
Gisella Simon 2012 Gisella Simon
Henry & friend Henry Blumenstein
Martha Strauss 


Every Resident Has a Story

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A talented linguist
Dr. William Simmons Dr. Simmons
Physician, professor,
middle school mentor
Gary Dubin, headshot Gary
A passion for sports
Laurie Bram, headshot Laurie
Guardian of a WWII legacy
Meet Lee Hildreth
Independent dispite visual impairment
Lorna Tranen, Artist

Creative talent revealed

Lucille Kligerman
A life in the art world

Leifmans, Morton and Vera
Morton & Vera
Lives well-lived begin a new chapter
Meet Murray
Labor economist, speech writer, educator
Upbeat attitude counts
Ruth, headshot
A woman of many hats
 Meet Sophie Sophie
Remembering the grand days of Lakewood, New Jersey


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