Which years did you attend The Silver Academy? 1961-1970
Where did you grow up? 2300 block of Green Street in Harrisburg
Where did you go to school after The Silver Academy? Talmudical Academy/Yeshivat Chofetz Chaim of Baltimore, then University of Pennsylvania and Elizabethtown College
Where do you live now? Second Street in Harrisburg
What do you do? I am the Judaics Teacher at the greatest school on the East Coast!
Reuben, Geoffrey, wife Ann, Rob's wife Brachie, Rob, Ellis, mother Sylvia, grandson Avi
What was your favorite class at The Silver Academy? I enjoyed learning Gemorrah with Rabbi Goldberg because it taught me critical thinking.
Who was your best friend at The Silver Academy? David Rosenbaum and I spent a lot of time together.
What was your favorite lunch at The Silver Academy? Salmon salad sandwiches and corn soup by Mrs. Gardner
How many times were you sent to the principal's office? One that I remember, and probably a few that I don't recall
What was your favorite memory and/or do you have any funny stories about The Silver Academy? Some of my favorite memories include the new activities which we instituted when I was student council president, such as the Purim carnival.
What is your favorite sports team? I have always followed the Phillies. In fact, in Mrs. Leiberman's fourth grade class, we were asked to write a composition about an important event that happened in our lives. I wrote about Chico Ruiz stealing home and starting the ten-game losing streak which cost the Phillies the pennant in 1964.
What was your favorite thing to do at the JCC? We used to get together and bowl a few games in the bowling alley, which was managed by Ray Weldon.
Who was your biggest role model in Harrisburg? Along with my father (of blessed memory) and my mother, I would have to say it was Rabbi Paul Goldberg.