Dr. Jack Bleich Memorial Lecture 

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Please submit your payment and ad information using the online options below (*please note: there are two separate steps: first you will select your ad size/donation amount and checkout and then you will enter your specific ad information/wording. 

The ad book from our annual event is seen by many and is often used to reference establishments who support Jewish Education.  If you wish to leave a personal message for the Bleich family, you may enter your message when you place the ad.  The personal messages will be gathered into a memorial scrap book and given to Dr. Alan and Mrs. Sheila Bleich and family. 

If you wish to email your ad copy or personal message, please email office@ohryisrael.org.  You may also fax your payment information and ad to 404-320-1609. 

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 Monday May 2, 2014 


Below is an ad form which you can view or download and print out.
 Dr. Jack Bleich Memorial Lecture 

Sunday, May 11, 2014
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Congregation Beth Jacob, Heritage Hall
1855 Lavista Road, Atlanta, GA 30329

Memorial lecture to be delivered by Rabbi Yissocher Frand.



Born on March 9, 1949, Dr. Jack Bleich attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he played the oboe in the orchestra. After two years at MIT, Jack entered an accelerated program at Johns Hopkins University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Doctor of Medicine degree. After residency training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Bleich became a board certified psychiatrist and began practicing here in Atlanta. Jack volunteered at homeless shelters and at Habitat for Humanity and was a strong supporter of the entire spectrum of Atlanta Jewish institutions. Jack expressed his commitment to Jewish education and Ohr Yisrael through action as well as financial support. During the second to last summer of his life, Jack donated his precious but dwindling energy and time to help the yeshiva prepare for the coming school year, fixing windows and replacing appliances. In his will Jack generously remembered Ohr Yisrael among many other Atlanta institutions. His life was defined by his humble, selfless, kind, patient, and giving nature. A gift to all who were fortunate enough to have him in their lives and an example for all of us, Jack will be loved and remembered forever.

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Josh,
Apr 1, 2014, 7:45 PM