JCGC is honored to have received a generous legacy gift from Malcolm and Adell Coleman. Adell passed away in May 2016, and Mal passed in November 2018. They had been married for 60 years. Adell was the daughter of Ernest and Emma Schaengold and grew up in Cincinnati. Mal grew up in the small town . . . Read More
From time to time, articles that relate to JCGC’s mission come to our attention. While the articles are not about JCGC specifically or often our local community, we thought you may enjoy reading some pieces that pertain to our work in a broader sense. What happens to the cemetery when a small Jewish community, with . . . Read More
In this newsletter, we take a look back into JCGC’s archives at the history of the Price Hill cemeteries on one side of Sunset Avenue. This history was prepared by one of JCGC’s Founders and previous JCGC Board member Ed Marks. These were remarks delivered at a Board meeting, so they were written for that . . . Read More
Exploring our ancestry tugs on many of us, now more than ever. A gifted “23 & Me” kit promises to open up a world of coded genetic secrets about one’s people, stretching back to earliest times—or that’s what ads, articles and shows tempt us to believe. The DNA results we get back are fascinating, but . . . Read More
On Tuesday, a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War (today, the DAV), honored Judge Robert S. Marx, who established the organization in 1920. The wreath-laying ceremony by his grave in the Walnut Hills Cemetery featured an honor guard, buglers, and remarks from members of the DAV and Jewish Cemeteries' David Harris. The ceremony was a moving, solemn reminder of Judge Marx's contributions to the country and the impact of the organization that he created.