Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame – JCC of Greater Baltimore

Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame – JCC of Greater Baltimore

Every other year, the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore hosts the Baltimore Jewish Hall of Fame, honoring exceptional Jewish Baltimoreans and businesses who have made significant contributions to the local and global community through their life’s work in fields including science, education, business, medicine, law, community service, and the arts.

Almost 500 people turned out for this year’s event at the Gordon Center for Performing Arts to celebrate the achievements of this year’s 10 honorees: Rhea Feikin, Herbert S. Garten, Esq., Lowell Glazer, Rabbi Israel Goldman, Beth and Harold Goldsmith, Sol Levinson Funeral Home, Dr. Morton Rapport, Louis “Buddy” Sapolsky, Dr. Steven Sharfstein, and Leonard Stoler.

Photos, Captions & Text supplied by JCC of Greater Baltimore

Pictured (LtoR) Delegate Sandy Rosenberg; Jamie Snead; Beth Goldsmith, honoree; and Josh Goldsmith
Pictured (LtoR) Unidentified: Unidentified; Roz Stoler; Elise Rubenstein; Harriet Berg; and Leonard Stoler, honoree
Rhea Feikin, (second from left), honoree, and friends
Pictured (LtoR) Todd Tilson; Unidentified; Doni Greenberg; and Linda Hurwitz
Pictured (LtoR) Barak Hermann; Cory Hermann; Allan Finkelstein, past JCC CEO; Bonnie Finkelstein; and Nancy Boguslaw
Pictured (LtoR) Larry Plant, incoming JCC board chair; and Laura Rubenstein, current JCC board chair
Pictured (LtoR) Jon Cardin, JCC board member; Dana Stein; Unidentified; and Neil Meltzer
Pictured (LtoR) Marc Terrill; Jimmy Berg; and Barak Hermann
Pictured (LtoR) Erika Schon; Shelly Hettleman; and Rabbi Deborah Wechsler
Pictured (LtoR) Izzy Patoka; and Deborah Weiner, event emcee

(Gordon Center for Performing Arts – April 27, 2023)

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.