Honor Wall

In honor or memory of your loved one, or friends, or your Yiddish heritage.



 
Harvey and Carmen Gotliffe: To all our dear family members and friends who inspired us to relearn about our Yiddish heritage and language, we say a dank. We are especially grateful to our seventeen relatives in Europe we recently visited, who inspired us once again to remember where we came from.
(September 2017)




Interactive Resources:
In gratitude to Edward Anisman, whom we’ve had the honor to work with for four decades. Thank you Ed for your dedication, excellence and friendship.
(August 2017)



Lea Delson:
My donation is in memory of Allen Stross. He was an intrepid and spirited person with tons of personality, a warm and kind person and a fascinating storyteller. He was a dedicated photographer for the Jewish Music Festival, the Berkeley Historical Society, and for the Yiddish Culture Festival. He was the organizer of a photography contest sponsored by the Berkeley Historical Society in 2005, for photo essays about Berkeley's history. I was thrilled to be one of the winners of this contest. Thanks, Allen, for all you did. 
(August 2017)

 

Pinny [Paul] Switzer: I wish to honor my teachers at the Peretz School in Winnipeg, Canada, 1945-1952. We had classes in Yiddish all morning Monday through Friday on an array of subjects, starting with learning to read and write, and progressing through history, literature, tanakh, and Hebrew language. These teachers included Lapin, Zolf, Cantor, Halper, Greenberg, Tseitlin, Taft, and Fiterman.
(March 2017)


Millie Chazin: A gift to help perpetuate Yiddish culture.  (March 2017)



Howard Freedman: In honor of Veretski Pass.
(February 2017)

Preeva Tramiel
: In memory of Chaya Adler.
(Jan 2017) 

Robin Braverman: In memory of Pauline and Bundy Lang.
(Jan 2017)
Dina and Yosef Shandling: In memory of Avrohom Chaim Feldman, from his Bubby and Zaidy Shandling.
(Jan 2017) 

Joshua Horowitz: Yey, KlezCalifornia! 
(Jan 2017) 

Robin Braverman: In memory of Pauline and Bundy Lang.
(Jan 2017)


Judy Kunofsky: In memory of my parents, Pauline (Levine) Kunofsky and Israel Kunofsky
(Janu 2017

Talia Shaham: A great big mazl tov to our dear friends Jack and Shulamit Goldberg on both their recent 90th birthdays! Giving you thanks for supporting klezmer music and dance and bringing your energy to KlezCalifornia's events! And for being in our official video of the 2014 Yiddish Culture Festival in Palo Alto — your smiles and enthusiasm are contagious! Happy birthday! Wishing you lots more music and dance in the years ahead. (Jan 2017)