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Sharon Posner

Interview with Sharon Posner. Interviewed by Debby Freiman for The Scribe, 2018. Sharon discusses her family history, her upbringing in Vancouver, and her involvement with B'nai Brith Girls. She talks in depth about her parents' restaurant, Oscar's.

Michael Elterman

Oral interview with Michael Elterman. Interviewed by Laura Zitron. Michael talks about his family and their involvement with the Jewish community in Cape Town, and his move to Canada as a graduate student. He compares Jewish life between Cape Town and Vancouver, noting differences in denominations and ethnic divisions.

Lauren Kramer

Oral interview with Lauren Kramer. Interviewed by Bill Gruenthal. Lauren talks about her family's history in the medical and health profession, their immigration from South Africa to Canada, and her various experiences across North American cities.

Glenda Guttman

Oral history interview with Glenda Guttman in preparation for an online exhibit on Oakridge.

Gershon (Jerry) Growe

Oral history interview with Gershon (Jerry) Growe. Jerry Growe was born 27 September 1939 in Toronto. Educated as a hematologist, he moved to Vancouver in 1969. His notable career included work with Vancouver General Hospital, Canadian Blood Services and the Hemophilia Society, and helping develop UBC's medical school. Exploring his Jewish heritage became a priority later in life, expressed in blowing the shofar, reading the Torah, involvement with Temple Sholom, participating in Jewish observances with family and friends, caring about the environment, and visiting Israel. Dr. Gershon Growe is a David Suzuki Ambassador and Medical Director of the BC/Yukon Division of Canadian Blood Services.

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