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Alfred Fleischer

Alfred Jonas “Al” FLEISCHERAge: 8819152003

Name
Alfred Jonas “Al” FLEISCHER
Given names
Alfred Jonas
Nickname
Al
Surname
FLEISCHER
Hebrew
אלפרד יונס פליישר
Birth October 14, 1915 (Heshvan 6, 5676) 26 26
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Death of a maternal grandfatherZelig FLEISCHMAN
July 30, 1917 (Av 11, 5677) (Age 21 months)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Address: 4728a Vernon St. St. Louis, MO USA
Cause: Tubercolosis
Publication: http://www.sos.mo.gov/mdh/
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Burial: Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery 9125 Ladue Road Saint Louis MO 63124 USA Phone: + 1 (314) 991-0264 Birth: Sep. 9, 1851, Russian Federation Death: Jul. 30, 1917 St. Louis City Missouri, USA Record added: Nov 03, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 43903580
Birth of a sisterZelda Sheba FLEISCHER
July 27, 1919 (Tamuz 29, 5679) (Age 3)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Death of a maternal grandmotherDevora “Devaira” TAUROG
1920 (5680) (Age 4)
St. Louis MO, USA - ארה"ב

Address: Burial: Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery Ladue St. Louis County Missouri, USA
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Birth: 1851, Russia Death: 1920 Missouri, USA Family links: Spouse: Selig Fleischman (1851 - 1917)* Children: Ida Fleischman Wolfson Emdin (1873 - 1964)* *Calculated relationship Burial: Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Cemetery Ladue St. Louis County Missouri, USA Created by: Hebrew Heritage Foundati... Record added: Jun 15, 2014 Find A Grave Memorial# 131456992
Death of a paternal grandfatherJacob M. FLEISCHER
July 18, 1935 (Tamuz 17, 5695) (Age 19)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Katherine KAPLAN
August 2, 1943 (Av 1, 5703) (Age 27)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Death of a fatherMorris I. FLEISCHER
February 10, 1967 (Shevat 30, 5727) (Age 51)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Address: Burial: 8430 Gravois Rd Affton, St. Louis County MO, USA 63123
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Birth: Dec. 23, 1888 Death: Feb. 10, 1967 Father of Alfred and Zelda. Family links: Spouse: Minnie R. Fleischer (1888 - 1976)* Children: Alfred J. Fleischer (1915 - 2003)* *Calculated relationship Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA Maintained by: Katie Originally Created by: Charles W Brown Record added: May 08, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 36858874
Death of a motherMinnie R. FLEISHMAN
January 20, 1976 (Shevat 18, 5736) (Age 60)
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Address: Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA
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Birth: Dec. 25, 1888 Death: Jan. 20, 1976 Family links: Spouse: Morris I. Fleischer (1888 - 1967) Children: Alfred J. Fleischer (1915 - 2003)* *Calculated relationship Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA Maintained by: Katie Originally Created by: Charles W Brown Record added: May 08, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 36858867
Death of a sisterZelda Sheba FLEISCHER
January 2, 1982 (Tevet 7, 5742) (Age 66)
Address: Burial: Temple Emanuel Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke City Virginia, USA
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Birth: Jul. 27, 1919 Death: Jan. 2, 1982 Burial: Temple Emanuel Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke City Virginia, USA Created by: Laurie Record added: May 23, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 90595101
Occupation
Construction
before 1995 (5755) (Age 79)
Employer: Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co.
Note: Alfred J. Fleischer, who played an instrumental role in improving construction industry labor-manage…
Residence
St. Louis MO, USA - סנט לאויס, ארה"ב

Address: 3 Westwood Country Clb Westwood, MO 63131 USA
Death December 17, 2003 (Kislev 22, 5764) (Age 88)
Address: Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA
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Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA Oldest existing Jewish cemetery (1850) in St. Louis providing in-ground and community mausoleum burial services to the greater St. Louis Jewish community. Owned by congregation B'nai El, Shaare Emeth and Temple Israel. Fleischer, Alfred J. In St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 17. Husband of the late Eva L. Fleischer. Father of Margaret S. Kaufman, Alice D. (and the late Milton) Schwartz and Alfred J. Fleischer Jr. Grandfather of Alisa, Jennifer and Richard Kaufman, all of San Francisco, and six other grandchildren. Past president of Congregation Shaare Emeth. Donations to the Micah Davis Fund, c/o Congregation Shaare Emeth, 11645 Ladue Road, St. Louis, MO 63141; the Fleischer Jewish Healing Center of St. Louis, 10950 Scheutz Road, St. Louis, MO 63146, or Jewish Family and Children's Services, 2150 Post St., S.F., CA 94115. http://www.jweekly.com/article/full/21488/deaths/

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father
Morris I. FLEISCHER
מוריס פליישר
Birth: December 23, 1888 (Tevet 19, 5649) 32 23Riga, Russia (Latvia)
Death: February 10, 1967 (Shevat 30, 5727)St. Louis MO, USA
mother
Minnie R. FLEISHMAN
מיני פליישמן
Birth: December 25, 1888 (Tevet 21, 5649) 37 37Russia (Lithuania)
Death: January 20, 1976 (Shevat 18, 5736)St. Louis MO, USA
Marriage: June 15, 1913 (Sivan 10, 5673)St. Louis MO, USA
2 years
himself
Alfred FleischerAlfred Jonas “Al” FLEISCHER
אלפרד יונס פליישר
Birth: October 14, 1915 (Heshvan 6, 5676) 26 26St. Louis MO, USA
Death: December 17, 2003 (Kislev 22, 5764)St. Louis MO, USA
4 years
younger sister
Zelda Sheba FLEISCHER
זלדה שבע פליישר
Birth: July 27, 1919 (Tamuz 29, 5679) 30 30St. Louis MO, USA
Death: January 2, 1982 (Tevet 7, 5742)Martinsville VA, USA

DeathFind a Grave - USA
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Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA Oldest existing Jewish cemetery (1850) in St. Louis providing in-ground and community mausoleum burial services to the greater St. Louis Jewish community. Owned by congregation B'nai El, Shaare Emeth and Temple Israel. Fleischer, Alfred J. In St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 17. Husband of the late Eva L. Fleischer. Father of Margaret S. Kaufman, Alice D. (and the late Milton) Schwartz and Alfred J. Fleischer Jr. Grandfather of Alisa, Jennifer and Richard Kaufman, all of San Francisco, and six other grandchildren. Past president of Congregation Shaare Emeth. Donations to the Micah Davis Fund, c/o Congregation Shaare Emeth, 11645 Ladue Road, St. Louis, MO 63141; the Fleischer Jewish Healing Center of St. Louis, 10950 Scheutz Road, St. Louis, MO 63146, or Jewish Family and Children's Services, 2150 Post St., S.F., CA 94115. http://www.jweekly.com/article/full/21488/deaths/
SourceStella Baldev - Personal Testimony
Publication: Email from Stella Baldev, September 2010 sbaldev@comcast.net
SourceElla Fleishman-Auerbach & Dorothy Fleishman-Schucart - personal testimonies
Publication: 'Fleishman Family History''' by Ella Fleishman Auerbach of Omaha NE, USA. 1965. Fleishman family hostory by Dorothy Fleishman Schucart, Los Angeles, USA. 1985.
SourceGross-Weinberg Family Tree
Publication: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/79955952/family
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Birth 14 Oct 1915 • St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri 2 Sources 1915 (AGE) Birth of Sister Zelda Sheba Fleischer(1919–1982) 27 Jul 1919 • St. Louis, MO 1919 3 Residence 1935 • University City, St Louis, Missouri 1 Source 1935 20 Residence 1 Apr 1940 • University City, St Louis, Missouri, USA Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Son 1 Source 1940 24 Marriage 2 Jun 1940 • St Francis, Arkansas, United States Eva Lucile Davidson (1918–1998) 1940 24 Death of Father Morris Fleischer(1888–1967) 10 Feb 1967 • Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America 1967 51 Death of Mother Minnie Fleischman(1888–1976) 1/17/1976 • St. Louis 1976 60 Death of Sister Zelda Sheba Fleischer(1919–1982) 2 Jan 1982 • Martinsville, Martinsville City, Virginia, USA 1982 66 Death of Wife Eva Lucile Davidson(1918–1998) 16 Sep 1998 • Saint Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA 1998 82 Death 17 Dec 2003 • Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA 1 Source 2003 88 Burial Affton, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA 1 Source Sources U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current 1940 United States Federal Census Year: 1940; Census Place: University City, St Louis, Missouri; Roll: T627_2148; Page: 61B; Enumeration District: 95-71 Ancestry Family Tree
Occupation
Alfred J. Fleischer, who played an instrumental role in improving construction industry labor-management relations, died Dec. 17 at age 88. Fleischer in 1972 was founding co-chairman of PRIDE in St. Louis, the nation’s first organization to improve relations between construction employers, unions and project owners. "I shudder to think how many corporations took one look at St. Louis and decided not to locate here or otherwise do business here–all because we in the construction industry were not getting along," said Fleischer on PRIDE’s 25th anniversary. "We were our own worst enemies until we got together and said, ‘Enough is enough.’" Fleischer was former president of Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co. and president and founder of Fleischer Co. http://enr.construction.com/people/people/archives/040119.asp Mr. Fleischer was managing partner, Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co. in St. Louis, MO. He was past president of the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. He was also management cochairman of PRIDE, an industry-wide construction association founded in 1972 during a period of volatility in the St. Louis construction industry. He was the organization's first management co-chairman.Mr. Fleischer was a director of the Commerce St. Louis Bank and American Mutual Insurance Companies. After earning a bachelor's degree in engineering from Washington University (B.S., 1937) and serving in the Army Corps of Engineers during World War II, Fleischer joined his father's construction firm, Fleischer- Seeger Construction Co. He eventually took over the leadership reins of the company until it was sold in 1995. http://www.prideconstruction.org/ http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4185/is_20031226/ai_n10177655/
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Fleischer, Alfred J. — of University City, St. Louis County, Mo. Republican. Delegate to Republican National Convention from Missouri, 1972. http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/flanagin-fleishman.html February 19, 1987 Nomination of Alfred J. Fleischer, Sr., To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the National Corporation for Housing Partnerships The President (Ronald Reagan) today announced his intention to nominate Alfred J. Fleischer, Sr., to be a member of the Board of Directors of the National Corporation for Housing Partnerships for the term expiring September 27, 1988. This is a reappointment. Mr. Fleischer is managing partner, Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co. in St. Louis, MO. He is past president of the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. He is also management cochairman of PRIDE, an industry-wide construction association. Mr. Fleischer is a director of the Commerce St. Louis Bank and American Mutual Insurance Companies. He is chairman of the Business and Industrial Development Commission of St. Louis County; a Missouri member of the Education Commission of the States; a member of the United States Olympic Committee; and a member of the Board of Jewish Federations of St. Louis. Mr. Fleischer graduated from Washington University (B.S., 1937). He is married and has three children. Mr. Fleischer currently resides in St. Louis, MO. He was born October 14, 1915, in St. Louis. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=42921 http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1987/021987i.htm
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Birth: Oct. 14, 1915 Death: Dec. 17, 2003 Alfred J. Fleischer was a pioneering civic leader credited for his role in unifying labor and management in the St. Louis construction industry. Fleischer was the first management co-chairman of PRIDE of St. Louis Inc., a group that eased decades of tense and sometimes violent labor relations in the construction industry. A native St. Louisan, Mr. Fleischer earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from Washington University. He served in the Army Corps of Engineers in World War II before he joined his father at Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co. Mr. Fleischer eventually became president of the company. In his dealings in the industry, he witnessed firsthand frequent work stoppages and low productivity that resulted from disputes between labor and management. He also believed the disputes cast a negative image on St. Louis and turned away prospective businesses. When PRIDE of St. Louis Inc. was formed in 1972, Mr. Fleischer became the first co-chairman for management. Richard Mantia was named co-chairman for labor. The two were the guiding forces in building cooperation between the two sides and offering a productive forum to work out disputes. PRIDE, which stands for Productivity and Responsibility Increase Development and Employment, is the oldest such voluntary agreement in the country. Fleischer was president of Fleischer-Seeger Construction Co. until the company was sold in 1995. He later founded and was president of Fleischer Cos., a property management company, until his death. Mr. Fleischer was a past president of the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis and a director of the National Corporation for Housing Partnerships. As a member of the U.S. Olympics Committee, Mr. Fleischer promoted St. Louis as a possible host city of the Games. He also led a group of investors in a proposal to renovate the now-demolished Arena into an aquarium. As a member and former chairman of the Convention and Visitors Commission of Greater St. Louis, Mr. Fleischer had a hand in major issues, such as the expansion of the city's convention center. In the early 1990s, in response to continued criticism of the lack of minority participation on city-funded construction jobs, Mr. Fleischer called a meeting between PRIDE's board of directors and local officials to open up communication and look for remedies. Mr. Fleischer was a chairman emeritus of Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley. Mr. Fleischer served as a past president of Congregation Shaare Emeth and board member of the St. Louis chapter of the American Society for Technion. His wife, Eva Davidson Fleischer, died in 1998. --St. Louis Post-Dispatch; December 19, 2003 Family links: Parents: Morris I. Fleischer (1888 - 1967) Minnie R. Fleischer (1888 - 1976) Spouse: Eva L. Davidson Fleischer (1918 - 1998) Burial: New Mount Sinai Cemetery & Mausoleum Affton St. Louis County Missouri, USA Maintained by: Katie Originally Created by: Charles W Brown Record added: May 08, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 36858809