Book of Remembrance

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Book of Remembrance
The original Book of Remembrance graces the main corridor of the Rothenberg Building, beneath the portraits of our founder, Nathan Barnert, and his wife Miriam, for whom the Center is named.

Named for a distinguished past president, Alexander E. Rosenthal, the Book of Remembrance has provided a meaningful way for donors to honor or memorialize a loved one since 1976. Inscriptions in honor of or in memory of a special person(s) or occasion are available for a gift of $100 or more. The Center will also send a Gold Tribute Card to whomever the donor wishes to acknowledge. The original books still grace the main corridor of the Rothenberg Building, filled with tributes and memorials dating up to April 2013. Tributes after April 2013 are now recorded in an online version of the book. Gradually, the book will be expanded to encompass the original listings, but the current online version dates from 2010 to the present. 

Click here to view the book by donor
Click here to view the book by memorial/honoree

To download the Book of Remembrance you will need Adobe Reader. You can download it by clicking here.
To navigate the pdf file easily, you must use Internet Explorer

 

Honor/Memorial
An elegant gold card will be personalized and mailed at the donor's direction to acknowledge the honoree or family member of the person being memorialized.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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