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Moses Jung

Max JUNGAge: 69 years18911960

Name
Max JUNG
Given names
Max
Surname
JUNG
Romanized
Moses
Hebrew
משה יונג
Birth January 22, 1891 (Shevat 13, 5651)
Occupation
Director of Community Centre
between 1929 (5689) and 1939 (5699) (Age 37 years)
Iowa City IA, USA - איווה סיטי, איווה

Address: 602 E. Washington St., Iowa City, IA 52240-5237 USA
Employer: Agudas Achim Congregation - Hillel
Phone: + 1 319-337-3813
Fax: + 1 319-337-6764
Note: Before 1910, Jewish families in Iowa City met for services in private homes. In 1915, a rabbi was en…
Occupation
Professor of Religion
Iowa City IA, USA - פרופסור, דתות

Address: 1750 Beardshear Hall Ames, IA 50011-2035 USA
Employer: Iowa State University
Death October 11, 1960 (Tishrei 20, 5721) (Age 69 years)
Address: Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Saddle Brook, Bergen County, New Jersey, USA
Publication: http://www.findagrave.com/
Text:
Birth: unknown Death: Oct. 11, 1960 Burial: Riverside Cemetery Saddle Brook Bergen County New Jersey, USA Created by: Erice Wilcox Record added: Oct 21, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 78866173
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Moses JungMax JUNG
משה יונג
Birth: January 22, 1891 (Shevat 13, 5651)Moravia, Austria (Czech Republic)
Death: October 11, 1960 (Tishrei 20, 5721)New York NY, USA

DeathFind a Grave - USA
Publication: http://www.findagrave.com/
Text:
Birth: unknown Death: Oct. 11, 1960 Burial: Riverside Cemetery Saddle Brook Bergen County New Jersey, USA Created by: Erice Wilcox Record added: Oct 21, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 78866173
SourceStella Baldev - Personal Testimony
Publication: Email from Stella Baldev, September 2010 sbaldev@comcast.net
SourceGeni Website
Publication: http://www.geni.com/home
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
Text:
Birth Jan 22, 1891 • Moravia, Austria/Hungary 1891 (AGE) Birth of Son Maurice Hart Jung(1929–1944) Jun 24, 1929 • Urbana, Illinois, USA 1929 38 Birth of Daughter Alice Meira Jung(1936–1971) Jun 24, 1936 • Iowa City, Johnson, Iowa, USA 1936 45 Death of Son Maurice Hart Jung(1929–1944) 1944 • Iowa, USA 1944 53 EDIT Death Oct 11, 1960 • New York City, New York, USA
Occupation
Before 1910, Jewish families in Iowa City met for services in private homes. In 1915, a rabbi was engaged, and in 1916 Agudas Achim Congregation was incorporated. In 1920, permanent quarters were acquired on South Clinton Street across from the county courthouse. In 1949, the present building was completed. Over the last fifteen years, the synagogue has undergone two major expansions, the most recent in 1994, with the addition of the foyer, kitchen, library and office wing. Major improvements to the grounds began with the construction of the Jacobs Sukkah Pavilion in 1999 and continued in 2001 with the Biblical Garden. Moses Jung came to Iowa campus as Hillel director and Jewish Chair in the School of Religion in 1929. For a decade, he was heavily involved in the Jewish community, and while he was not a rabbi, as the most educated member of the Jewish community, he served as such on many occasions. Jung was not loved by all, though, and as a result of a spat with Rabbi Louis Mann of the new national Hillel organization, he was forced to change the name of the Iowa Hillel Club to the Philo Club. http://showcase.netins.net/web/homepage/history.htm