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Shalom Memorial Funeral Home

1700 W. Rand Road

Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004

United States

Company Description

Shalom Memorial Park and Shalom Memorial Funeral Home are strongly committed to the Chicagoland Jewish community. We pride ourselves on supporting and being actively involved in local, national, and international Jewish organizations. We continually striv ... more

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Employment History

President

The USCJ

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Aptinet Inc

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JFDA

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United Synagogue

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Information about Jewish Funerals

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Shalom Memorial Funeral Home is a staunch believer and advocate of the Jewish Funeral service and is a proud member of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America with Mindy Moline Botbol, a Shalom Memorial Funeral Director, serving as the current president of JFDA.


Senior Israel Experience Concludes

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Mindy Botbol, Funeral Director at Shalom Memorial and CJHS parent will treat us to a night of exceptional learning on

Wednesday, January 25, at 7:30 p.m.
Mindy will speak about Jewish funeral practices.


His brother is a rabbi in ...

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His brother is a rabbi in another state, his sister, Mindy Botbol, is the director of Shalom Memorial Park and Memorial Funerals in Chicago.)

Moline's involvement with the youth component of the movement was what he calls "a natural progression."He started going to Camp Ramah when he was 14; in high school at New Trier West, "a big huge place," he found his niche with United Synagogue Youth.From 1972-73, he served as its international president.After college, it seemed natural for him to accept a position as youth director for the Midwest Region of United Synagogue, the Conservative movement's umbrella organization.He held that job for 14 years.
When a new position as director of college outreach was created, it seemed the next logical step in Moline's career, but there was a catch: He would have to move to New York.By this time, he and his family were comfortably ensconced in Chicago (his wife; Joni Crounse, is the director of the Virginia Frank Child Development Center of Jewish Family & Community Service, son Noah will start his freshman year at George Washington University in the fall.) He suggested to the United Synagogue leadership that he try heading the program from Chicago for two years.
"That was 10 or 11 years ago, and it worked out," he says.


Wexner Heritage Foundation

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His brother is a rabbi in another state, his sister, Mindy Botbol, is the director of Shalom Memorial Park and Memorial Funerals in Chicago.)

Moline's involvement with the youth component of the movement was what he calls "a natural progression."He started going to Camp Ramah when he was 14; in high school at New Trier West, "a big huge place," he found his niche with United Synagogue Youth.From 1972-73, he served as its international president.After college, it seemed natural for him to accept a position as youth director for the Midwest Region of United Synagogue, the Conservative movement's umbrella organization.He held that job for 14 years.
When a new position as director of college outreach was created, it seemed the next logical step in Moline's career, but there was a catch: He would have to move to New York.By this time, he and his family were comfortably ensconced in Chicago (his wife; Joni Crounse, is the director of the Virginia Frank Child Development Center of Jewish Family & Community Service, son Noah will start his freshman year at George Washington University in the fall.) He suggested to the United Synagogue leadership that he try heading the program from Chicago for two years.
"That was 10 or 11 years ago, and it worked out," he says.


Jewish Review: Twin conferences here attract wide interest

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Other speakers include Gary S. Cohn, the immediate past president of the National Association of Temple Administrators; Mindy Moline Botbol, the managing funeral director for Shalom Memorial Funeral Home in Arlington Heights; Rabbi Stuart Kelman, author of Chesed Shel Emet Guidelines for Taharah; Rabbi Dr. Joseph S. Ozarowsky, rabbinic chaplain to the Jewish Healing Network of Chicago; and Robert Levonian, designer of the Forest Lawn Cemetery and Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Los Angeles.

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