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  THE BURAK-GNIAZDOWICZ WING 

 Second Floor

 The Aaron and Celia Burack Room

AARON BURACK AT A FAMILY BAR MITZVAH

Tivoli Terrace

Westbury, New York

 

My great uncle Aaron, the youngest of six children, immigrated to the United States in January of 1921 and became a citizen seven years later. He met his future wife Celia in the 1930s, and they married in Brooklyn in 1936. Eventually, Aaron opened a kosher butcher shop in Brooklyn. Aaron and Celia had four children devoted to their parents: Martin, Annette, Francesca and Suzanne.

 

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Hear from daughter Annette how her parents met.... 

....and about the magical times she and her siblings spent at their father's butcher shop.... 

....and learn what her father thought about lipstick.... 


 



 


 

 


 



 

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