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He is as comfortable and as at home in a Yeshiva in Meah Shearim, where he spent most of the last 30 years learning Torah, as he is driving down the backroads of America (often riding on his bicycle) belting out a song, be it Jewish, country or even classical.
Rivkah is known far and wide for her sense of humor, quick wit, broad Torah and general knowledge, and her amazing cooking and hospitality.
Rivkah started learning Torah at 13 when her family, at her urging, moved from Carrollton, GA, to Atlanta for more Jewish educational opportunities.
After graduating high school in Atlanta, she moved to Jerusalem where she attended seminary, college, got married, and has been living and learning ever since.
For the last 12 years she has been an administrator at Neve Yerushalayim, a Torah center for Jewish women in Jerusalem.
She’s doing her best, but she can’t play the role of both parents. In 6th grade, I asked a girl out for the first time.
Growing up without a dad has been different, compared to my friends–whose dads take them camping in the woods, and sometimes bring me along. She has taught me to cook pastas, soups, and curry, and we go jogging together for fun.
I enjoy bonding with my mom, but as I’m growing up, there are some things she is uncomfortable talking about.
I am the person I am today– a caring, talkative individual– because I was raised by my mom.
I can’t say it would have gone any better if my dad were around.
Most people can’t tell from looking at Ron that he is a native of Alabama.
But his manners and gentility will give him away every time.
Ron moved with his family to Jerusalem when he was 11, and has successfully navigated a truly bi-lingual and bi-cultural existence.