This year is the Centennial of the founding of DAV (Disabled American Veterans), the revered advocacy and service organization for America’s injured veterans. On September 8, 2020, representatives from DAV National Headquarters in Cold Spring and members of the DAV Department of Ohio honored the organization’s extraordinary founder, Cincinnati Judge Robert S. Marx, himself a . . . Read More
Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati honored Fran and Craig Coleman and Craig’s parents, Malcolm and Adell Coleman (of blessed memory) for their legacy commitments and enduring support. Every year, Jewish Cemeteries honors one or two or our Guardians at the annual Voices of Giving event, hosted by the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council. The event . . . Read More
By Karen Zanger A driver on Central Avenue just west of downtown could be forgiven for missing the isolated little cemetery at the corner of Chestnut Street. Its vine-covered brick walls, two streetside trees and tall chain link fence make it blend into the industrial and urban redevelopment scene. A pedestrian on the sidewalk might . . . Read More
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Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati was the very first hospital established by and especially for Jews in America. This is a distinction not many Cincinnatians know about our Jewish community. The founding ...