Canada's National

Holocaust Monument

Canada's National

Holocaust Monument

Le Canada est la seule

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Le Canada est la seule

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About the Monument



The National Holocaust Monument commemorates the six million Jewish men, women and children murdered during the Holocaust, and the millions of other victims of Nazi Germany and its collaborators. It also stands as a tribute to the courage and resilience of the survivors who were able to make their way to Canada following one of the darkest chapters in human history. The monument recognizes the immense contributions these survivors have made to Canada and serves as a reminder that we must be vigilant in standing guard against antisemitism, hatred and intolerance.




Inaugurated by the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, PC, MP, Prime Minister of Canada on September 27, 2017.




Planning Your Visit





Entrance to the Monument is free.





Open every day, from 7 am to 9 pm, except when there is a special event taking place. The monument is partially open in the winter to provide year-round access to the interpretation panels and views of the murals.





The Monument is located on LeBreton Flats, at the corner of Booth Street and the Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway, west of Parliament Hill in Ottawa (Ontario). You can use the Canadian War Museum as a landmark as the National Holocaust Monument is directly across the street.





Street parking is available around the National Holocaust Monument. Check for posted hours and rates.


Parking is also available at the Canadian War Museum, 1 Vimy Place, Ottawa (Ontario).


Rate: $2.50 per half hour to a daily maximum of $12.50 (subject to change)



By Public Transit


OC Transpo: Transitway – Lebreton Station. Find routes and schedules



By Foot Or Bicycle


Located on the scenic Ottawa River Pathway; bicycle racks are available at the Monument entrances.





The Monument is universally accessible via its main entrance located on Booth Street.


An elevator leading to the upper terrace is located at the east end of the Monument.


All walls that incline into the visitor space have tactile warning strips of riverstone in front of them for the safety of visitors.



If you need immediate information while on site


Telephone : 613-239-5000 or 1-800-465-1867 (toll-free)

The Monument



Design Intent



World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind designed the National Holocaust Monument, Landscape of Loss, Memory and Survival. It conveys the singularity of the Holocaust.




To read the original Design Intent prepared by the design team, click here.




Interesting Facts About the Monument



Did you know…



Bill C-442, an Act to Establish a National Holocaust Memorial was signed into law by the Governor General at 8am on May 25, 2011.



From Act to completion took just over six years.



The National Holocaust Monument sits on approx. 3,000 square metres of land on LeBreton Flats.



LeBreton Flats was named after retired Royal Navy Captain John LeBreton (1779-1848), one of Nepean Township's first settlers (c. 1819) and a hero of the War of 1812.



In 1818, the LeBreton Flats were home to a mix of lumber kings, working class people, railroads, mills and other industries and businesses. It provided the artisans, tradesmen and labourers needed for the largest grouping of sawmills in the world. LeBreton grew into the industrial centre of Ottawa which lasted from the mid-1800s until the end of the lumber boom and the devastation of the Great Fire of 1900.



The landscape design for the Monument is inspired by the image of the northern Boreal forest.



The thickness of walls of the Monument range from 300mm to 800mm.



It took 16 months to build the monument, with 60 workers on-site at its peak.



The gathering space in the centre of the Monument can hold up to 1000 people standing.



The construction of the Monument required:



  • over 250,000kg of rebar, excluding the slab-on-grade
  • almost 2,000 cubic metres of concrete
  • about 900 cubic yards of top soil
  • over 1,000 plants around the perimeter
  • Over 13,500 tons of backfill
  • More than 8,000 sheets of plywood used to form the walls.
  • Over 1,200 square metres of anti-graffiti coating applied to the walls for their protection


The coldest temperature during a concrete pour was minus 14° C.



Edward Burtynsky travelled over 4,000 km throughout Europe during the fall of 2015 taking more than 150 images from which only six were chosen to be reproduced on the walls of the monument.



Nina Libeskind (wife of architect Daniel) is originally from Ottawa.

The Design Team



Team Lead Gail Dexter Lord, President and Co-founder of Lord Cultural Resources; Edward Burtynsky, renowned Canadian Photographer; Daniel Libeskind, world-renowned Architect; Doris Bergen, Holocaust Expert; Claude Cormier, Landscape Architect; and, Dov Goldstein Principal Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources.




  • Gail Lord

    Team Lead

  • Edward Burtynsky

    Artist - Photographer

  • Daniel Libeskind


  • Gail Dexter Lord – experienced, innovative, effective, creative – is one of the world’s foremost museum planners. Gail has extensive experience in the museum and cultural sector and brings exceptional vision and knowledge to each of the projects she leads.

    Gail has been instrumental in developing museum planning having co-authored with Barry Lord, five museum planning manuals, The Manual of Museum Exhibitions (2002), The Manual of Museum Management (1997; re-printed 1998 and 2002; 2nd edition 2009), The Manual of Museum Planning (1991; 2nd edition 1999; 3rd edition, 2012, co-edited with Barry Lord and Lindsay Martin) and The Cost of Collecting (1991).

    Her in-depth knowledge of museum audiences and sensitivity to the cultural resources that all communities have, as well as their need to nurture and develop those resources for the public benefit make Gail particularly effective in planning for innovative approaches to cultural organizations such as the National African American Museum of History and Culture, the new branch of the Smithsonian Institution on the National Mall in Washington, Canada’s new national museum, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, Art museums and contemporary art centres employing her expertise include Tate in London, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

    Gail is a frequent presenter at professional conferences, including the American Association of Museums, the British Museums Association, The International Council of Museums and the Canadian Museums Association.

    Edward Burtynsky is known as one of Canada’s most respected photographers. His remarkable photographic depictions of global industrial landscapes are included in the collections of over fifty major museums around the world, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in California.

    Born in 1955 of Ukrainian heritage at St. Catharines, Ontario, Burtynsky is a graduate of Ryerson University (Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photography) and studied Graphic Art at Niagara College in Welland. He links his early exposure to the sites and images of the General Motors plant in his hometown to the development of his photographic work. His imagery explores the intricate link between industry and nature, combining the raw elements of mining, quarrying, manufacturing, shipping, oil production and recycling into eloquent, highly expressive visions that find beauty and humanity in the most unlikely of places. In 1985, Burtynsky also founded Toronto Image Works, a darkroom rental facility, custom photo laboratory, digital imaging and new media computer-training centre catering to all levels of Toronto’s art community. Mr. Burtynsky also sits on the board of directors for: Toronto’s international photography festival, Contact and The Ryerson Gallery and Research Center.

    Mr. Burtynsky’s distinctions include the TED Prize, The Outreach award at the Rencontres d’Arles, The Flying Elephant Fellowship, Applied Arts Magazine book award(s), and the Roloff Beny Book award. In 2006 he was awarded the title of Officer of the Order of Canada and holds six honorary doctorate degrees.

    Daniel Libeskind, B.Arch. M.A. BDA AIA, is an international architect and designer. His practice extends worldwide from museums and concert halls to convention centers, universities, hotels, shopping centers, and residential projects. Born in Łód´z, Poland in 1946, Libeskind was a virtuoso musician at a young age before giving up music to become an architect. He has designed world-renowned projects including: the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Denver Art Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Military History Museum in Dresden, and the masterplan for Grand Zero among others. Daniel Libeskind’s commitment to expanding the scope of architecture reflects his profound interest and involvement in philosophy, art, literature and music. Fundamental to Libeskind’s philosophy is the notion that building are crafted with the perceptible human energy, and that they address the greater cultural context in which they are built. Daniel teaches and lectures at universities across the world. He has received numerous awards including the 2001 Hiroshima Art Prize — an award given to an artist whose work promotes international understanding and peace, never before given to an architect — the Buber-Rosenzweig Medal in 2010 and the AIANY Medal of Honor in 2012. He resides in New York City with his wife and business partner, Nina Libeskind.

  • Doris Bergen

    Subject Matter Advisor

  • Claude Cormier

    Landscape Architect

  • Dov Goldstein

    Principal Consultant

  • Doris L. Bergen is the Chancellor Rose and Ray Wolfe Professor of Holocaust Studies at the University of Toronto. She is the author of War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust; Twisted Cross: The German Christian Movement in the Third Reich; and numerous articles on issues of religion, gender, and ethnicity in the Holocaust and World War II. Bergen received her PhD from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1991, and has taught at the Universities of Notre Dame and Vermont. She is a member of the Academic Advisory Committee of the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

    Claude Cormier has a strong background in both the theory and practice of landscape architecture. Over the years, he has acquired a solid reputation as a prolific designer, noted for his originality and creativity. Working in tandem with teams of other urban design professionals, Claude has demonstrated an innovative, imaginative capacity for problem solving. He approaches each obstacle as a challenge, each new constraint as a stimulus for fresh creativity. Claude is a dedicated and sensitive team player, for which he has gained the respect of clients and colleagues alike.

    Dov Goldstein is a Principal Consultant at Lord Cultural Resources, the largest cultural planning practice of its kind in the world. With over 20 years of experience in cultural, interpretive and strategic planning, Dov has led and managed some of the firm’s largest and most complex projects in Canada, the US and around the globe.

    With a background in urban planning, Dov’s focus is on public projects that impact cities and the urban realm. At Lord, Dov works in both management consulting and exhibition development with specializations in master planning, strategic planning, interpretive planning and project management. He has worked with a diverse roster of clients including museums, public libraries, public gardens, private companies and municipal, provincial and federal governments. Recent projects include the National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa, the Bentway in Toronto and Canada’s Diversity Gardens in Winnipeg.




The National Holocaust Monument
Development Council



This monument was built through the generosity and support of the Government of Canada and by individual, foundation, and corporate donors from across Canada as a symbol of Canadian values and diversity.



The Council was formed as the fundraising arm of the project with the mandate to raise $4.5 million. Our partner, the Government of Canada, matched these funds to a maximum to $4 million and donated the land on which the Monument was built.



We are so proud of this partnership and for having successfully reached our goals.



  • Daniel Friedman

    Council Chair, Rabbi at Beth Israel Synagogue, Edmonton

  • Ralph E. Lean

    Counsel, Gowling WLG, Toronto

  • Elliot Lifson

    Vice Chairman of Vêtements, Peerless Clothing Inc.

  • Daniel Friedman, Council Chair is serving as rabbi at Beth Israel Synagogue in Edmonton. He is past-president of Jewish Family Services Edmonton, an executive member of the Rabbinical Council of America and member of the Chicago Rabbinical Council. Currently, he is pursuing a doctorate in international relations at the University of Alberta.

    Ralph E. Lean is counsel at Gowling WLG, a Toronto legal firm. He serves on the board of governors of both B’nai Brith Canada and the Portage Program for Drug Dependencies, and is chair of Right to Play Canada.

    Elliot Lifson is vice chairman of Vêtements Peerless Clothing Inc. He is president of the Canadian Apparel Federation and one of the longest-sitting members of the Apparel and Footwear Sectoral Advisory Group on International Trade. He is a member of the boards of Apparel Quebec and Export Development Canada, a director of the Fondation de la mode de Montréal, the Tolerance Foundation and the Apparel Human Resource Council. Mr. Lifson is a past chair of the board of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal and serves as professor at McGill University’s Desautels School of Management.

  • Alvin Segal

    Chairman and CEO, Peerless Clothing
    Chairman, Segal Centre for Performing Arts

  • Fran Sonshine

    National Chair, Canadian Society for Yad Vashem

  • Margi Oksner

    Principal, Margi Oksner & Associates

  • Alvin Segal is chairman and chief executive officer of Peerless Clothing and president and chairman of the board of the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. He was appointed a member of the Order of Canada in 2002 and promoted to officer of the Order of Canada in 2010 for his continued philanthropy. Additionally, he was appointed officer of the Ordre national du Québec in June 2011 for his dedication and contribution to arts and health care in the city of Montréal.

    Fran Sonshine is the national chair of the Canadian Society for Yad Vashem, Canada’s leading authority for Holocaust education, commemoration, documentation and research. She is a past chair of both the Baycrest board of directors and its foundation, and a former member of the board of National Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). She received UJA Federation’s 2011 Ben Sadowski Award of Merit, 2010 JFNA Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award, 2003 Shem Tov Award and 1996 Hadassah-WIZO’s Volunteer of Distinction Award.

    Margi Oksner is currently the principal of Margi Oksner & Associates, a full-service consulting firm that offers strategic, creative and business planning for fundraising organizations. She is also a professional speechwriter for many of Toronto’s foremost community leaders.

    In her 35 years in the fundraising industry, Oksner has developed a history of involvement in philanthropy and volunteerism that has crossed many different sectors in the Toronto community including Toronto Hadassah-WIZO, Baycrest Health Sciences, Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, the Jewish Foundation of Toronto, Jerusalem Foundation and the Women’s Brain Health Initiative.

    In her role as the Executive Director of the National Holocaust Monument Development Council, Oksner has said, 'This is without a doubt the highlight of my career as a fundraiser. I feel very privileged and honoured to be working on this once-in-a-lifetime initiative. My parents, both Holocaust Survivors and both very proud Canadians, would have loved knowing that I had a hand in this outstanding project.'





Media & Resources


Campaign Announcements

Design Team Selections


Supporting Partners



Thank you to our generous donors and partners for their support and generosity. Together we have built Canada's newest landmark.




The Adams Family Foundation

Honey and Barry Sherman

Samuel and Frances Belzberg
Bensadoun Family
Leon Judah Blackmore Foundation... Leon Judah Blackmore Foundation, in honour of the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, the Honourable John Baird and the Honourable Tim Uppal for their vision and dedication to the National Holocaust Monument
Leon Judah Blackmore... Leon Judah Blackmore, in honour of Rabbi Meyer and Chava Schwartzman; Abraham I.; Solomon R. and Carol; Rachel (Shainberg); Sarah C. (Fishweicher); Morris I.; Leon J.; Norman Z. and Sheila

Samuel J. and Rita Bresler, Ron Bresler and Erin Donohue, Eric Bresler and Judith Klarman

Rita and Charles Bronfman... Rita and Charles Bronfman, Ellen Bronfman Hauptman and Andrew Hauptman, Claudine and Stephen Bronfman
Joseph Burnett Family

Ricky and Peter Cohen Family Foundation

Elizabeth and Tony Comper
David and Stacey Cynamon
Jason and Audrey DeZwirek
Phillip and Peggy DeZwirek
Lillian and Rick Ekstein... Lillian and Rick Ekstein, in honour of Laura Grosman who had the dream, and the Honourable Peter Kent, her first supporter

Jeremy, Judith, Jesse, Amanda and Zach Freedman

The Honourable Linda Frum and Howard Sokolowski

Nahum and Sheila Gelber Family
Max and Gianna Glassman

Morris and Rosalind Goodman Family Foundation

The Honourable Jerry and Carole Grafstein

Greenberg Families

Ronnen Harary
Riva and Thomas O. Hecht
Richard and Donna Holbrook
Bruce Kent and Family
Warren and Debbie Kimel
David Kosoy and Family
Mary and Fred Litwin
Jon and Nancy Love
Jonas and Lynda Prince

John and Jennifer Ruddy

Seymour and Tanna Schulich
Alvin Cramer Segal, O.C., O.Q.
Lawrence Soloway
Fran and Edward Sonshine
Larry and Judy Tanenbaum and Family

Thomas and Sasha Weisz

Jonathan and Susan Wener and Family


Leslie Gales and Keith Ray, Brenlee and Allen Gales, Joy and Barry Gales

Judy Illes Van der Loos and Family... Judy Illes Van der Loos and Family, in eternal memory of Herman and Ibolya Illes and in honour of loved ones who perished

Margo, David, Aaron and Gail Kardish

Robert and Marilyn Krell and Family
Rob Kumer and Barbara Schechter

Anne Kaplan Mandell, in memory of Lazar, Freidel and Samuel Kaplan

Eugene McBurney

Pertman Family, in memory of Sara and David Pertman

Toby and Solomon Reichert... Toby and Solomon Reichert, Rochelle Reichert, Jerell Reichert, Adell Reichert Shneer and Bonny Reichert


Leon Judah Blackmore... Leon Judah Blackmore in honour of Nicola Brailsford, Sybil Wai, Bonnie Tse, Marlita Minor and Craig Sturrock
Marsha Bronfman

Coalition of Progressive Canadian Muslim Organizations

Rabbi and Rabbanit Friedman

Ira Gluskin and Maxine Granovsky Gluskin

Linda H. and Robert J. Goldberger

Leila Lax and Norman Goldstein in memory of Bella and Irving Goldstein

Sharon Herman and Leslie Richmond
Ralph and Marcelle Lean
Leanne and George Lewis
Elliot Lifson

Mark Mandell, in memory of Abraham, Chava, Rachmiel Mandell, and Meir Zelig Steinbaum

The Estates of Frank and Rosie Nelson... The Estates of Frank and Rosie Nelson and Chaim (survivor), Aliza, Tova, Ron, Leora and Danny Kornfeld
Margi Oksner

The Cyril & Dorothy, Joel & Jill Reitman Family Foundation

Joseph and Sandra Rotman

Irving and Ethel Taylor, Brent and Risa Taylor and Susan and Mark Korn


Jordan and Faith Banks
Karen and Amnon Baruch
Dave and Ivy Broesky
Camille Dan Family
Diamond Corp
Michael and Liane Eliesen and Family
Karen Farkas and Clyde Hurtig
George Fine, Gary Fine and Families
David and Yael Ghermezian
Bill and Marika Glied and Family
Morris "Nassie" and Raylene Godel
Mary Ellen Herman
Brian Jean, QC
Lianne and Bruce Leboff
Selwyn and Elaine Romanovsky



Sharon Abbott
Ali Abdourahman
Shirley Abramsky
Scarlat and Shirley Albright
Sheila and Keith Alexander
Bernard and Gaye Applebaum
Michael and Marilyn Appleton
Sandra Archinoff
Christians United for Israel Association
Dr. Jeff and Helena Axler
Anne and Allan Bank
Mark Bank
Tauba Barac
Gertie Barath
Candace J. Barber
Jack and Elaine Barkin
Rhoda and Herbert Basian
Brian Greenspan and Marla Berger
Abraham and Sheila Birenbaum
Beverley Black
Pearl and Jerry Bloom
Shirley Bohnen
Lynn and Ira Bond
Andy and Marlene Borins
K. David Brody
Morton and Marlene Brown
Gary and Gail Brown
Jack and Roma Buchman
Marcus Busch
Lorne and Trudy Cappell
Leo D. Cardella
Sara and Richard Charney
Michael Jay Chernick
Barbara Clarke
Beverley and Sam Cohen
Noah Cohen
Laurie Sheff and Jonathan Cole
Joseph Cole
David and Debbie Conn
Sydney and Florence Cooper
Kimberly Coote
Matt Desjardins
Paul Devenyi
David Devenyi
Len Dolgoy
Sean Douglas
John and Catherine DuBourt
Robert Durling
Lionel Groberman and Lynn Einstein
Wendy and Elliott Eisen
Ruth Ellis
Martha Sud and Family
Minda Feldman & Family
Esther Cole and Family
Jack and Betty Winston & Family
Carol Jamieson and Family
Mary Seldon and Family
Marilyn Farber
Edward and Sylvia Fisch
Ab and Phyllis Flatt
Lloyd and Gladys Fogler
Garry and Joanne Foster
Ludwig Family Foundation
George and Kay Goldlist Family Foundation
Honey and Leonard Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation
Harvey and Annice Frisch Family Foundation
Zacks Family Charitable Foundation
Alan and Stephanie Freedman
Brenda Freedman
Donna and Joel Freedman
Ronald Frisch
Joseph & Kayla Shoctor Family Fund
Chisvin Family Philanthropic Fund
Vera Gara
Naomi Garber
Dorothy Menkes Garfinkle
Judi Garon
Rhonda and Raymond Gelgoot
Joan Gitleman
Colonel Wille Glaser
Barbara and Norman Gleiberman
Eva Gluck
Celia and Leonard Golberg
Stanley Goldberg
Larry Goldberg
Ron and Anne Golden
George Goldford
Sarah Goldman
Harry and Sara Gorman
Elly and Esme Gotz
Irwin and Judith Gould
Harry and Roslynne Greenberg
Marcia Greenglass
Lester Greenman
Edward and Suzy Greenspan
Ruth and Joel Greisman
Jessica Greisman
Mark and Pearl Gryfe
Nathan Haber
Reena Berlind and Lorie Haber
Max and Marilyn Haines
Sam and Pam Handelsman
Lawford and Frances Harris
Ethel Harris
Bryna Goldberg and Howard Harris
Jay and Janet Harris
Gordon Harris
Sheila and Larry Hartman
Jack and Amy Hauer
Kathleen Henry
Marilyn Shesko and David Hertzman
Nicole Himel
John Hoekstra
Dennis Hoffman
Ralph Hoffman
Lavina Inbar
David Merkur Holdings Inc.
Dr. Linda Ingber
Gentec International
Jon Jennekens
Vivian Jung
Dr. and Mrs. Yair Karas
Allen Karp
Toby Kasner
Marvin and Estelle Kates
Joan Katz
Floralove Katz
Vicki Sterling and Allan Kaufman
Sherry Kelner
Michael and Sylvia Kestenberg
Fran Kirshenbaum
Joseph Kerzner and Lisa Koeper
Samuel Koplowicz
Sarah and Larry Krauss
Dr. Mark and Lea Kristmanson
Ira and Paula Kuchinsky
Nancy Kumer
Connie Monson Kussner
Sara Kussner
Elyse Lackie
Myrna Lambert
Hugo Langshur
Alison Lavoie
Queenie Leibel
Gary Levene
Irwin and Katherine Levine
Weldon and Joan Levine
Norman and Shelley Levine
Al and Sheila Libfeld
John Light
Rhonda Richer and Tim Lipa
Paul Liut
Donald and Lorraine Loeb
Erna, Arnie, Heidi, Louis, Erika, Mikaela, Julian and Mylie Ludwick
Mr. M. Lynfield
Cate and Tim Mackin
Ruth Magder
Anne Mandell
Lili Manson
David and Pam Margolus
Peppa Martin
Alan and Patti Menkes
Sharon Middleton
William and Nancy Miller
Florence Minz
Jack Moldofsky
Maurissa Morgan
In Memory of Victoria Deutsch Morgenstern
Lou Myles and Wendy Switzer Myles
Leslie Nevsku
Cyril and Connie Nicoll
Margaret Nightingale
Lila Orbach
Judy Ordower
Judith Osten
Auriela and Michael Ostro
Ellen Novack and John Park
Karen Parker
Stacey Shein and Mayer Pearl
Leonard Pentol
Mel and Fran Petersiel
Howard and Pauline Pezim
Rena Popielnik
Kayley Pugh
Sharon and Michael Pupko
Jeannine and Alexandre Raab
Harry and Elaine Rakowski
Doris Rauch
Arlene Resnick
George and Marie Retek
Dr. Norton Lithwick and Adele Rich
Janet Robinson
Byron Rogers
Norman Rogul
Morris and Judy Rosenberg
In Memory of Bella Rosenfarb
Rita Rosenfeld
Irving Rothstein
Vladimir and Iya Rott
Joel and Rachel Rubenstein
Ronna Rubin
Berte Rubin
Daniel Rubinstein
Jennifer and Kevin Salsberg
Ilene Samuels
Peter Schalin
Eric Schloss
Sandra Schnurr
Jeffrey and Anne Schwartz
Robert and Doreen Scolnick
Joel Seigel
Allan Seltzer
Anna Maria Shafran
Carole and Marvin Sherkin
Freida and Les Sherman
Francie and David Shields
Neil Shore
Fred Shore
Harvey A. Silver
Judy Simmonds
Gerald and Judy Slan
James and Linda Slavens
Apter Friendly Society
Lyla Solmon
Geoffrey Sprackman
Robert Sprackman
Herbert and Yvonne Stein
Peter Stein
Cecile and David Steinberg
Bernie Steinberg
Sylvia and Zanvel Stern
Daniel Sternfels
Michael Stevenson
Louis Stillman
Nadine Stirling
Mitchell, Sheryl, Tyler, Griffin, Jackson and Harper Stotland
Gordon Strauss
Shirley and Harry Strauss
Lily Strean
Susan Szainwald
Doreen Teichman
H. and M. Tenenbaum
Charlotte and Kenneth Tessis
Brett and Hilary Tkatch
Rubin and Elaine Todres
New Wave Travel
Susan and David VanDerHout
Brenda VanDerMeer
Randall Visser
Sonia and Louis Wachsberg
Robert Wagman
Paul and Sandy Walfish
Israel Mida and Laura Walsh
Joseph Warren
Bernie and Belle Weinstein
Ted Weinstein
Allan and Lyla Weiss
Randolph and Anne Weisz
Shelley and Jerry Werger
Donald Whitfield
Gilda Ann Whyne
Mitchell Whyne
Allan Wiener
Jack and Judy Winberg
Lena Winesanker
Phyllis Wingold
E. Paul Wise
Nan and Jack Wiseman
Stan Witkin
Norman and Mona Rose Witten
Sharon and Paul Wolfe
Barbara and Harvey Wolfe
Morton Wolfson
Susan and Eddie Yedgarova
Joel & Myra York
Wendy Yudell
Arthur and Marcia Zalev
Hal Zalmanowitz
Daniel Zalmanowitz
Belarie Zatzman
Sam Zeifman
Dr. & Mrs. B. Zinman
David Zitzerman
Shirley Zuckerbrot





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