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Betty Schoenbaum

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B Nai Jacob Synagogue

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B Nai Jacob Synagogue

1599 Virginia St. E.

Charleston, West Virginia,25311

United States

Company Description

The B'nai Jacob Synagogue was formally established in 1897 or maybe as early as 1894 when the following charter members-Abraham Frankel, Abraham Boiarsky, Fishel Boiarsky, Sol Cohen, Wolf Beckenstein, Jacob Gluck, Isaac Pimpstein, Louis Frank, Julius Nearman, ... more.

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Employment History

Annual Mother


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Affiliations

The Women's Resource Center of Sarasota County

Board Member


Glasser-Schoenbaum Human Services Center

Co-Founder


Sarasota-Manatee Inc

Boards of American Jewish Committee, Jewish Family and Children's Service


ORT America Inc

Founder


Education

bachelor's degree

The Ohio State University


honorary degree

University of Charleston


Web References(22 Total References)


In Our Corner - Congregation B'nai Jacob

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Betty Schoenbaum's 95th Birthday DVD
Mazel tov to our incomparable friend and congregant Betty Schoenbaum who is celebrating her 99th birthday this month! May G-d continue to bless her with long life and happiness. Pearl is survived by her children Brad and Anaka Kagen, Michael and Laura Kagen, Beth and Fred Zeth, Ruth Cohen and four grandchildren. Mazel tov to Betty Schoenbaum, our long time devoted member and beloved friend of us all. She is a board member and supporter of the Women's Resource Center of Sarasota County and they are honoring her with their first ever "Renaissance Woman of the Year" Award! We would like to wish a refuah shelama to Marc Slotnick, Ivor Sheff, Terri Preiser, Marty Glasser, Betty Schoenbaum, and David Caruthers. We continue to ask G-d to be with our friends Marty Glasser, Betty Schoenbaum, David Caruthers and Dee Hayes and pray for their health. We want to wish Betty Schoenbaum a happy 97th birthday on September 27th. May G-d continue to bless her with good health and blessing. Our deepest sympathies go out to our friend Dr. Zalman Fixler on the passing of his beloved wife Betty. Mazel tov to our beloved Betty Schoenbaum who will be celebrating her 96th birthday on September 27th. May G-d continue to bless her with the joy of giving, the joy of sharing and the joy of loving! A big thank you to our wonderful Betty Schoenbaum. She has donated her baby grand piano to our shul, a beautiful addition to our new social hall. An inspiring article appeared in the November 22nd issue of the Charleston Daily Mail on Betty Schoenbaum and the joy her philanthropy brings to her heart. Mazel Tov to Mrs. Betty Schoenbaum who celebrated her 94th birthday on September 27th.


Meet Our Staff - Congregation B'nai Jacob

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Betty Schoenbaum's 95th Birthday DVD


North Trail Redevelopment Partnership | Tamiami Cultural District - Scholarship

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Betty Schoenbaum, a community philanthropist and supporter of many human service and educational causes, created the fund in memory of her husband, Alex, who died in 1996.
He was an All-American football player at Ohio State University and a pioneer businessman in the hospitality industry, franchising a chain of motels and over 2,000 restaurants in 36 states. Alex is best remembered for developing the Shoney's restaurant chain. "With the growth that the University of South Florida has made since opening in Sarasota, I feel that the education received there positively impacts the entire area because we have educated students who will do well in their fields, and for whom there is great demand," said Schoenbaum.


Board Members | The Women's Resource Center of Sarasota County

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Betty Schoenbaum, Assistant Treasurer
Mrs. Schoenbaum currently serves as the Assistant Treasurer for the WRCSC. She received her bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University as well as honorary degrees from both the University of Charleston (Doctor of Humanities, May 1999) and The Ohio State University (Doctor of Business, March 2001). Betty is a 2003 recipient of Women of Power Recognition from the National Council of Jewish Women as well as a 2005 recipient of the Women of Community Impact honor from United Way of Sarasota County. She was named the Charleston Gazette-Mail's 2008 West Virginian of the Year in December 2008. In addition to her contributions to the WRCSC, Betty has also served on the Boards of American Jewish Committee, Jewish Family & Children's Service of Sarasota-Manatee, Inc., The Ohio State University Foundation, The Salvation Army Advisory Board and The Shoenbaum Family Foundation. Betty is a co-founder of the Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center.


North Trail Redevelopment Partnership | Tamiami Cultural District - USFSM Receives $100,000 Donation For Hospitality Master’s Degree Scholarships

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Betty Schoenbaum, a community philanthropist and supporter of many human service and educational causes, created the fund in memory of her husband, Alex, who died in 1996.
He was an All-American football player at Ohio State University and a pioneer businessman in the hospitality industry, franchising a chain of motels and over 2,000 restaurants in 36 states. Alex is best remembered for developing the Shoney's restaurant chain. "With the growth that the University of South Florida has made since opening in Sarasota, I feel that the education received there positively impacts the entire area because we have educated students who will do well in their fields, and for whom there is great demand," said Schoenbaum. "With the leadership and the enthusiasm of the College of Hospitality and Technology Leadership to make their college even better, I know that USF Sarasota-Manatee will be a large campus someday. I believe in giving when it will make a true impact on the university. My philosophy is: 'The joy of giving is the joy of living!'" Arthur M. Guilford, regional chancellor of USFSM, expressed the institution's gratitude for Schoenbaum's support of the College of Hospitality and Technology Leadership. "Betty is a great friend to USFSM and wants to help us become one of the top-ten hospitality colleges in the country by the year 2020," Guilford said.


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