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Carol Biener Weinstock - Past President

Temple Sinai is my Sinai because I grew up in the Temple Sinai culture. Friday nights were special because the family all went to Shabbat Services. The temple has had a profound influence on my life as my parents, Martin and Phyllis Biener, were founding members of my “second home.” It literally became my second home during my tenure as President. I helped raise millions of dollars for the temple’s construction and renovation which included a new catering hall, kitchen, interior design, nursery school additions, and the Feinstein Educational Center.

My husband Stanley and I have three wonderful children and six fantastic grandchildren. Our daughter Caryn and her husband live in California but their heart is here at Temple Sinai. Our sons Jason and Andrew and their wives have followed in our footsteps of calling Temple Sinai their home. They have all been named at Temple Sinai and have gone through the entire educational program successfully.

Jason and Andrew have followed their grandfather’s 50-year tradition of blowing the shofar. Each year, the great Tikah Gedolah gets stronger as their commitment to Temple Sinai grows. Their grandfather’s influence has been profound and I am proud of my dad who, at 93 years old, lifted the Torah on Yom Kippur.

My husband and I own a family business, Biener Audi, which was started in 1929 by my grandfather. We have all enjoyed many adventures in the automobile business including racing cars at Roosevelt Raceway.

I have many unusual interests, including building our country dining room table. What does a nice Jewish girl get for Mother’s Day? An electric table saw! I also enjoy snow skiing, rollerblading and playing with my grandkids…the greatest gift of all.

Wed, July 17 2024 11 Tammuz 5784