Item is-jhse-293 - Larry Rollingher receives the State of Israel Prime Minister's Medal.

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Larry Rollingher receives the State of Israel Prime Minister's Medal.

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  • October 1981 (Creation)

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Left to right: The Honourable Henry Kroeger, MLA; Tulane Rollingher; Reuben Zimmerman, National President of Israel Bonds; Larry Rollingher; Cec Purvis, Mayor of Edmonton. Born and raised in Edmonton, Mr. Rollingher was a successful businessman and developer. He was a leader in numerous Jewish causes, locally and nationally. He was National President of Canadian Friends of Boy's Town Jerusalem, Chair of the United Jewish Appeal Edmonton campaign, Vice President of the United Israel Appeal of Canada, President of Beth Shalom Synagogue. In 1983 he served as Chair of Edmonton United Way. He married Tulane Stillpass of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Tulane Rollingher has served in leadership roles as well. She was president of Edmonton ORT, Campaign Chair of UJA, Chair of UJA Women's Division, Chair of Edmonton Israel Bonds, and of Beit Horim Society. They had two children: Lauren Gayle Rollingher Pearson and Dr. Irving Rollingher.<br><br>

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