Shlomo Unreich – A Lifetime of Service to Helping Others
Shlomo was born in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia in 1911 and died in 1999. Of all the brothers, he was probably the most religious and believed that once you step foot in Israel, you should never leave. He was a big Tzedek, in Hebrew it means he believed in charity and giving back just as his mother once believed. In an Israeli newspaper article from 1983, Shlomo Unreich, was a recipient this year of the President's Award for a lifetime of voluntary service. Thank you to his son Azriel Unreich for contributing to this project.