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Philip Levine Adds His Magic Touch to JMF

PhilipLevine.01A huge shout-out to Philip Levine for putting together the CD purchase page on our website. Billy is our usual “tech guy” and since he’s not very good at it, this little project would have taken an eternity to get up and running.

Bumping into Philip at Ellen’s (and Dan’s and Rosalie’s and Josh’s) concert during the URJ Biennial brought an offer to build that page for us and to strengthen other parts of the website as well. While the orders for the “So Is Life” CD are pretty literally pouring in and the rest of the site is humming along rather nicely too, we want to take a moment to say, “THANK YOU, PHILIP!”

Philip is an alum of NFTY and the URJ Kutz Camp, as well as President of South Florida Web Advisors. And, of course, a really nice guy.

Since none of us can ever say thank you enough, let’s say it again. Thank you, Philip. We’re incredibly grateful for your assistance and your friendship. You are hereby inducted into the Order of Stalwart Friends of The Jonah Maccabee Foundation.

One Response to “Philip Levine Adds His Magic Touch to JMF”

  • Mark Gulko:

    As the husband of the Administrator at Temple Shaarei Shalom in Boynton Beach, we have always known what a knowledgeable and great guy Philip is.

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