Naomi also became very involved and gave
considerable time to our sisterhood, serving as programming chairperson, and
served on several committees such as the hospitality committee and youth
committee. She later served a 2 year term as sisterhood president.
David grew up in Far Rockaway and is a graduate of HALB, MTA, Queens College
and received his MBA from NYU School of Business. He currently works at FieldOne,
a computer software firm supporting the service related industry and is a well
known Bar Mitzvah laining teacher in the community, encouraging many future
Baaley Kori'a. David himself lains on a regular basis in our shul.
Naomi grew up in nearby Oceanside and is also a graduate of HALB, HAFTR High
School, Stern College and received her JD at Cardozo School of Law. She worked
as an attorney for the City of New York in Family Court before joining her
father and brother in the insurance business. She is currently employed at The
Rampart Group. She is also Head Coach of the Stern College women's tennis team
and has run the tennis and sports programs at Camp Lavi for the past 12 years.
Both Naomi and David have built a "second career" helping to shape the lives
of students both on and off the court. They credit their devotion to community
involvement to their respective parents, Gabriel and Bonnie Kaszovitz and Arnold
z''l and Beverly Skolnick, who are each pillars of their respective communities
and taught gemilut chesed by example.
Naomi and David are devoted to their children, and are proud to welcome the
newest addition to their family, son-in-law Netanel Goldstein from West Rogers
Park, Chicago, who recently married their daughter Sarah. Alex, Sarah, Josh and
Eitan have followed in their parentís footsteps, and are all HALB graduates.
Currently both Alex and Netanel attend Yeshiva University, Sarah is at Stern
College and Josh and Eitan are students at DRS High School.
Jeremy grew up in Jamaica
Estates, attended Queens college and
received his MBA at Baruch College.
He has been working in health
administration ever since. Cindy
grew up in Woodmere, and attended
Stern College, and got her Masters
in Early and Elementary Education at
Adelphi University. She has worked
for six years at the HALB Preschool
in Hewlett. Cindy and Jeremy
currently own "Dimples" a baby gift
store in town.
It is young couples like Cindy and Jeremy who are providing renewed vitality
to our Shul.