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Daniel Kazez, CRARG President and founder, is professor of music at Wittenberg University, in Springfield, Ohio. His Englander family lived first in Mstów and Janów, and later in Przyrów, Częstochowa, and Żarki. His Kifer and Talman families lived in Pławno and Radomsko. And his Jurkiewicz and Lewkowicz families lived in Przedbórz and Góry Mokre. His family trees stretch back to the 1700s.
Andrew Nusbaum, a member of CRARG’s Board of Directors, is a teaching assistant in San Francisco, California. His Glatter ancestors lived in various towns near Częstochowa in the early 1800s and settled in the city in the 1850s, with some branches (Blejwas, Wajsberg) later moving to Radomsko. His Win and Bursztyn ancestors lived in Częstochowa as far back as the early 1800s, and a few descendants still live in the area today. His immediate ancestors immigrated to the New York, Chicago and Boston areas in the 1890s.
David Rose, a member of CRARG’s Board of Directors, is president of Merco Tape. He is married and has four children, and lives in the lower Hudson Valley in New York. Personal interests include travel to the coldest parts of the planet, his goats and chickens and his dog Akiva, and genealogy. With the help of CRARG he has traced his Rozenblum family roots back to the mid-1700s in Częstochowa and Żarki
Stefanie Seltzer, a member of CRARG’s Board of Directors, is President of the World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust.
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Thinking of joining CRARG? Feel free to write to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ask if we have records for your family! Daniel Kazez, CRARG President (a volunteer position). All CRARG funding is used for translating/typing archival documents. CRARG is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions to CRARG are tax-deductible for U.S. citizens.