with a range of services that keep them healthy,
independent and connected.
live at home, but they
need more help than ever.
Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland.
His appearance is co-sponsored by the
Kol Israel Foundation.
the Holocaust and will also cite exam-
ples of those who were righteous among
people encountered. Bitterman will also
illustrate ways to find lost family, explore
different methods of recovering World
War II documents, provide useful web
sites and contacts, and suggest proce-
dures for saving individual histories of
survivor and the murders of his grand-
parents, uncle and many relatives by the
Nazis in World War II. He has identified
more than a hundred family members on
his father's side. From his research, he has
uncovered events from the lives of his
grandparents, uncle and father.
State University and his undergraduate
degree in Blind rehabilitation. He worked
for the Cleveland Society for the Blind as
an orientation and mobility specialist. He
recently retired from the Cuyahoga Coun-
ty Board of Developmental Disabilities
after 35 years of service as a Habilitation
starting at 7:30 pm, in the Miller Board
Room at Menorah Park. Board members
are available from 7 pm to assist with
individual research questions. Guests are
welcome. RSVP to Programming@Cleve-