Clark shul has new sign/improvements/and board
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Clark shul has new sign/improvements/and board

The Judy and Alan Rubin family, from left: granddaughter-in-law Lucy Leibowitz and her son, Jasper; granddaughter-in-law Lauren Leibowitz; son-in-law Ed Leibowitz; daughters Laurie Rubin and Mindy Leibowitz; great-grandson Jonah and his dad, grandson Scott Leibowitz; and grandson Steven Leibowitz and his son, Finn.
The Judy and Alan Rubin family, from left: granddaughter-in-law Lucy Leibowitz and her son, Jasper; granddaughter-in-law Lauren Leibowitz; son-in-law Ed Leibowitz; daughters Laurie Rubin and Mindy Leibowitz; great-grandson Jonah and his dad, grandson Scott Leibowitz; and grandson Steven Leibowitz and his son, Finn.

More than 75 guests were at Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah in Clark to dedicate a new sign on July 10. The sign was dedicated to the memory of longtime synagogue members and community leaders Alan and Judy Rubin.

Alan Rubin, an electrical engineer, was the president of Temple Beth Torah in the late 1960s and of the Jewish Horizon newspaper, and he was a campaign chair for Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey. Judy Rubin was an active supporter of Beth Torah’s sisterhood, the Torah Fund of United Synagogue’s Women’s League, and USY. The Rubins were married for 61 years and their children are active in Beth O’r Beth Torah; they also have two married grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

The Rubins’ daughter Mindy Leibowitz spoke at the ceremony. She was joined by her husband, Ed, her sister, Laurie Rubin, and Rubin children and grandchildren.

The sign dedication is part of major renovations ongoing at the Clark synagogue, including new lighting, landscaping, and security upgrades.

A new slate of lay leaders was recently installed led by co-presidents Fern Cammy and Jonathan Phillips. Rabbi Steven Stern, also a professionally trained cantor, is the spiritual leader.

For more information, call (732) 381-8402 or go to bethorbethtorah.org.

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