Longtime leader of Omaha synagogue championed interfaith dialogue
Rabbi Myer Kripke with his wife, Dorothy. Kripke died Friday at the age of 100. Dorothy died in 2000.
Posted: Sunday, April 13, 2014 12:00 am
In a century of life, Myer Kripke was a scholar, rabbi and philanthropist.
He led Bible studies and often was approached with questions on Jewish history and religion. He enjoyed explaining his faith to non-Jewish audiences. And he believed that learning was a lifelong calling.
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