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Harrell Pailet

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Harrell Pailet was born in 1941 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He attended Tulane University for his undergraduate years and also for law school. He and his wife, Marilyn, married towards the end of Harrell’s law school career. After completing law school, Harrell began his army service in 1964. Since his arrival in Dallas, he has served and supported the greater Dallas Jewish community as well.  Inspired by the actions of his grandparents, parents, and in-laws, Harrell, a practicing attorney, has become a prominent supporter of many charities in Dallas and its Jewish community. Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.  

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Reva Morrow

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Reva Morrow was born in 1938 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She attended the University of Pittsburgh where she met her husband, Neil, who was in medical school at the time. They moved to Dallas due to her husband’s internship at the Methodist Hospital. Upon their arrival, they found the growing Dallas Jewish community through Hadassah, Temple Emanu-El, and B’nai B’rith. Through these organizations, the Morrows made themselves at home in Dallas’ Jewish community, where they have had great success. Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.  

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