Attorney Kenneth A. Bravo is the new president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland.
A partner with Ulmer & Berne, he has extensive experience in both business litigation and white-collar criminal defense, holding a J.D. cum laude (Ohio State University Moritz College of Law) and BA (Rutgers University).
The nonprofit JGSC was formed in 1982 and is dedicated to encouraging local Jewish family history and genealogical research.
The society maintains a research library, encourages the collection of genealogical material and family histories, and its meetings are free and open to the public.
The society's next meeting (Sunday, February 7) will provide information on and a demonstration of the Cleveland Jewish News digitized collection, such as the Jewish Independent Obituary Index.
Click here to go to the Index search tool; read the notes to understand what is included in this index. Tracing the Tribe has previously reported on the CJN's digital archives and has a personal connection (TAYLOR/TALALAY) to the city.
For more information on the group and its future programs, click here.