Tina Wasserman

Tina Wasserman was born in 1948 in Hempstead, Long Island. Having grown up in a family that was heavily involved in the Jewish community, she continued this way of life in her adult years. Tina met her husband, Richard, at a USY convention and after many moves throughout the years, they ultimately settled in Dallas in 1982 when her husband was offered a job at Southwestern University. Through Tina’s hard work and passion for teaching and cooking, she became the food columnist for Reform Judaism Magazine, a frequent lecturer, and has authored two cook books.

She was originally interviewed by Scott Farber on March 10, 2014 and subsequently by Rose Hurwitz on August 11, 2022.

To watch her original interview, click here.

To watch her addendum, conducted August 11, 2022, click here.

Rosie Stromberg

Rosie Stromberg was born in 1937 in Dallas, TX. After marrying and giving birth to her two sons, Rosie became very active in the Jewish community. Rosie has worked with the National Council of Jewish Women, served on the board of the Southwest Jewish Congress, worked with the American Jewish Committee, along with many other organizations. Rosie is a natural connector, dedicating her time to connecting various ethnic and religious groups. Education has always been Rosie’s first love and she has been involved in supporting the Dallas public schools for many years.

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