Temple Beth El of Huntington Elects Marcia Schwalb President
The members of Temple Beth El of Huntington have elected Marcia Schwalb as president. A member of Temple Beth El for 21 years, Schwalb has served in numerous synagogue leadership positions, most recently as vice president for education. She takes office on July 1, succeeding Dr. Michael Heiberger at the completion of his term.
“I am delighted to see Marcia assume this mantle,” says Rabbi Jeffrey Clopper. “Her thoughtful approach and kind nature are the exact model of leadership we embrace at Temple Beth El. I am thankful to Mike Heiberger who served with such dedication and foresight, and I look forward to the next two years with Marcia.”
Schwalb resides in Northport with her husband Barry. They have two adult children and one grandchild. She serves as the clergy assistant at North Shore Synagogue in Syosset.
About Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El of Huntington is a warm, caring and vibrant reform Jewish congregation. It has served greater Huntington for more than 60 years, embracing a broad spectrum of practices and beliefs. Temple Beth El nurtures and engenders progressive thinking as well as traditional values to create an environment that is both comfortable and stimulating.
Additional information is available at www.tbeli.org or by phone at 631 421-5835.