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    Terri Bachow

    The pandemic was a reminder to me that the critical work of the Federation never stops. It motivated me to formalize my legacy commitment. The Federation made Miami feel like a home for us. Thankfully, I’m in a position to help and I feel strongly that it is my responsibility as a Jew to be there for my community both now, as a Lion of Judah, and when I’m no longer here as a Forever Lion.

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    Alan and Jayusia Bernstein

    We have come a long way from our roots. When you have been so blessed, it is important to give back. Jayusia and I believe that the survival of Judaism in the United States depends on strong Jewish institutions operating at the local level. Temple Beth Am fulfills this mission exceptionally well.

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    SHEPARD BROAD

    During Shepard’s lifetime, he was a generous supporter of Israel and the Miami Jewish community through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is a Past President of Temple Beth Sholom. Amidst all of his accomplishments Shepard said that working secretly for Israel was the important thing he ever did.

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    Shelly Brodie

    Through my years of involvement, I've learned that it takes a community to build a community. That is why I am leaving a legacy. There is so much more work to do. We must continue to educate, to build, to care for, and to sustain our wonderful Jewish heritage. Our ancestors worked especially hard to protect and pass it down to us - now we must do the same.

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    Ann Bussel

    Temple Beth Sholom has been a significant part of my spiritual upbringing. I want to see these values live on for generations to come, so that TBS can continue to be for others what it has meant to me and my family.

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