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Mr. Larry Weiss

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Background

Employment History

  • President
    Congregation Beth HaTephila
  • President
    Perth Amboy Lions Club
  • President
    Woodbridge Library Board
  • Chairman
    Revenue and Appropriation Committee
  • Member of the State Finance
    Revenue and Appropriation Committee
  • Board Member and President
    Congregation Adath Israel
  • Founder and Director
    Mid Jersey National Bank

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Middlesex County College
  • Carteret High School
8 Total References
Web References
President's Message
bethhatephila.org, 1 Mar 2012 [cached]
Edited By Larry Weiss, President
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Larry Weiss
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Congregation Beth HaTephila - About Us
www.bethhatephila.org, 1 Nov 2010 [cached]
Larry Weiss, President president@bethhatephila.org
Congregation Beth HaTephila - About Us
www.bethhatephila.org, 4 June 2010 [cached]
Laurence Weiss, Treasurer treasurer@bethhatephila.org
Laurence S. Weiss ...
www.flynnfuneral.com, 20 April 2003 [cached]
Laurence S. Weiss
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Laurence S. Weiss
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Laurence S. Weiss, 84, of Woodbridge passed away yesterday morning, December 27, 2003, at Hollywood Medical Center, Hollywood, Fla.
Born in Mischolz, Hungary, Mr. Weiss immigrated to the United States with his parents and sister when he was 3 years of age, eventually settling in Carteret, where his grandparents lived.He graduated from Carteret High School and attended Middlesex County College for one year.After high school, he moved to Perth Amboy and began his career, operating a service station in Newark.In 1940, he enlisted in the Army, beginning training at Fort Dix, serving also at Governor's Island, Fort Jay, before moving to Fort Jackson, and then to Fort Benning for Officers Candidate School from which he was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Army Infantry and assigned to the 94th Division in Salina, Kansas.
On Aug. 31, 1941, Mr. Weiss married Edith Gelber of Perth Amboy, who has remained his wife since that time.
In 1943, Mr. Weiss received orders to go overseas to New Caledonia, then to New Guinea, where he joined the 24th Infantry Division and served as a platoon leader, shortly reaching the rank of First Lieutenant, then Captain and Company Commander.His tour through the Pacific included the New Guinea Campaign, Leyte, Luzon, Bataan, Mindanao, and in the original landings on Shikokui, Japan, in August 1945, where he remained until returning to the United States and joining the Army Reserve.He was recalled to active service during the Korean War and was assigned to the Inspector General's Department as a major, serving until the end of 1952, and continuing in the Army Reserve until 1968.
During his service time, Mr. Weiss was awarded the Bronze and Silver stars, the Purple Heart, and the American, Asiatic and European Theater ribbons, and his unit received two presidential citiations.On his return from the wars, he again joined his former employer, the American Petroleum Corporation of Perth Amboy, rising to the position of President in 1960.
In 1977, Mr. Weiss became Senator Weiss, being elected to the New Jersey state Senate and remaining for 14 years.Senator Weiss was a valued member of a variety of committees including Agriculture, State Government, Education, Oversight, and the Legislative Commission.He served as a member of the State Finance, Revenue and Appropriation Committee for 12 years and was its chairman for 11 years.He also served as chairman of the Joint Appropriations Committee for six years.Locally, Senator Weiss served as a member of the Woodbridge Library Board for five years, also as President, and was instrumental in completing its building program with the construction of the Fords Branch and the Main Library.He was a member of the Middlesex County Planning Board, resigning when he was elected to the New Jersey Senate.Sen.Weiss was a founder and director of Mid Jersey National Bank for three years.Sen.Weiss was also a longtime member of the Perth Amboy Lions Club and its president for a term.He was a board member and President of Congregation Adath Israel in Woodbridge. He was predeceased by his sister, Eve Hacker.
Survived by: He is survived by his wife, Edith; his daughter, Patricia, and her husband, David Fisher, and their two children, Jamie Lynn and Evan Fisher, who reside in Washington, D.C., and his son, Steven and daughter-in-law, Nora Weiss, and their two daughters, Donna Lee and April, who reside in Florida.
"It is indeed a daunting task ...
www.citizen-times.com, 22 May 2011 [cached]
"It is indeed a daunting task to integrate oneself into a congregation of over 250 families as well as to become an accepted voice in the broader Asheville Jewish community," said Larry Weiss, president of Congregation Beth HaTephila. "These last few years have shown us that we have a lot to look forward to in the coming years.
"Rabbi Meiri has brought a fresh perspective to our community that has helped to mobilize some very exciting elements within our congregation," Weiss said.
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