Rabbi Kornspan to lecture at JCC of Youngstown | Briefs


As part of its Newman Levy series of lectures, the Youngstown Jewish Community Center will receive Rabbi Mitchell Kornspan at noon on August 18 at the JCC at 505 Gypsy Lane.

Kornspan, a native Youngstowner, graduated from Rayen High School and then went to New York to become a rabbi. He graduated from Yeshiva University with a Bachelor of Arts and then a Master of Arts and rabbinical ordination.

His rabbinical career spanned 47 years, including 20 in the Ohev Tzedek Ward in Boardman, and the last 15 years in Fort Wayne Ind., Where he was appointed Rabbi Emeritus after his retirement.

Newman Levy was a fan of sports and Jewish culture.

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