Rhea Wolfram

Wolfram, RheaRhea Wolfram was born in 1919 in Newport News, VA. Rhea and her late husband, Dr. Julius, a cardiologist, eventually moved to Dallas, where Rhea became an important leader in the Jewish community. She has been a member of the National Council of Jewish Women, Hadassah, and the American Jewish Committee. Additionally, Rhea has also served the greater Dallas community in many respects through her work in the auxiliary to the Dallas County Medical Society, as president of Friends of the Dallas Public Library, as a participant in the White House Conference on Children and Youth, as a member of the Dallas City Council Flood Control and Drug Committees, and also as co-founder of the Texas Association for College Admission Counseling. Rhea and her late husband have been blessed with three sons.

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.

Peter Vogel

Vogel, PeterPeter Vogel was born in 1947 in Yonkers, New York. His family moved to Dallas in 1948 after World War II when he was just ten months old. His father was a quartermaster in World War II and ultimately served in Europe. Peter’s maternal grandparents were from Latvia and immigrated around 1911 to New York, while his father’s family was from Austria and also ended up in the United States. Peter’s father was president of the JCC from 1962-1964, and in 1984 his mother, Thelma, co-founded the Dallas Jewish Coalition for the Homeless, which created a shelter for children of homeless families. Both Peter and his wife are very active supporters of the shelter, called Vogel Alcove. Peter is a renowned lawyer who has served the greater Dallas legal community and has been an adjunct professor at SMU law school for over 28 years.

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.

Rosie Stromberg

 

Stromberg, Rosie

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.

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.

Carole Ross Greenberg

Carole Ross GreenbergCarole Greenberg was born in 1937 in Dallas, Texas. She grew up in Highland Park and attended Highland Park High School. Formerly serving as president of the BBG chapter now known as Jennie Zesmer, Carole was a very active member in B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO). She met her husband, Jack, in Dallas after two years of college and they married in 1956. Carole worked with her parents for 20 years and was office manager of the family’s textile company as well. She has been in the jewelry business since 1977, and has used this creativity to contribute to the community.

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.

Al Golman

Al GolmanAl Golman was born in 1932 in Dallas, TX. His father was in the wholesale baking business in Dallas and his mother was a homemaker. Al went to Woodrow Wilson High School and has since chaired the 60th anniversary reunion of his high school class. He attended college at Texas A&M where he served in the Air Force ROTC. That choice allowed him to receive his commission and five months later, Al entered the Air Force for two years, serving stateside in base communications as a cryptosecurity officer. Al then worked at his family’s bakery for 14 years. Bob has known his wife, Marilyn, since he was 12, and after marrying, they settled together in Dallas, where Bob got into the food brokers business. Al and Marilyn have two children.

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here.