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In 2018, Jim Fleischer was appointed CEO of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. He has dedicated his adult life to service in our organization, serving in the previous roles of Chapter Consultant, Chapter Advisor, Regional Governor, Supreme Governor, Assistant Executive Director, and Chief Operating Officer of AEPi.

In 2012, Jim with his wife, Ali, and their loving children, Ethan, Spencer, and Madi, made the move from Long Island, NY to Indianapolis, IN when he became the fraternity’s Assistant Executive Director.

The Fleischer Family is the First Family of AEPi, and AEPi is indeed a family affair! Jim met Ali during his travels as an AEPi Field Secretary. Their sons, now students at Indiana University, are also AEPi Brothers, and their daughter has more AEPi uncles than she can count!

Now is the opportunity for friends and the AEPi Brotherhood to wrap our arms around Jim’s family. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to AEPi’s Benevolent Brother Fund. Contributions to the Benevolent Brother Fund make it possible to provide support in the greatest times of tragedy, and help families like Jim’s pay towards the costs of college tuition, medical bills, and living expenses.

Additionally, please share your memories of Jim as an enduring legacy for his family. Jim has meant so much to Alpha Epsilon Pi for so many years, and his memory will surely be a blessing for his family and all that have met him.

Memorial Wall





Ilene & Karl Smith

Our sincere condolences on Jim's passing. A profound loss for your family as well as the entire community. May his memory be a blessing.




Aaron Robinson

Jim hired me to work alonside Jay Feldman supporting our AEPi Foundation and formally had me travel to AEPi Headquarters toi meet in person with board members, Andy, Jim, and the amazing staff employees. I learned quite a bit about the Jewish Foundation world by traveling and learning from Jay and each board executive I had the pleasure of working alonside towards meeting foundation strategic objectives and targets from 2014-2016. May Jim's memory forever be a blessing and thank you Jim for the opportunity and memories I have.

ESPONDA,
Arob










Jeff Jacobson

Jim was more than our brother and CEO. He was a steadying presence in all of our lives. His example as a father, husband, friend, and professional will guide me - and so many others that I know and love - through our days of grieving. His memory will buoy us for a lifetime.

AEPi United Kingdom Brothers

We remember Jim from all the times he visited the UK for the Europe & Israel Conclave. His warmth, positive energy and witty humour were great to be around. We will never forget his love of Dunkin Doughnuts coffee and constant desire for Johnny Walker Red whenever we went to the pub. We'll miss you Jim.







Gerry Garcia

Thank you, Jim, for your dedication to this Fraternity and thank you to Jim's family for sharing your shining star (of David) with us.



Anonymous

Sending all our love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer, Madi and the rest of their incredible family. May Jim's memory be a blessing to you all.

Jen, Jonathan, Brooke and Megan

KIO AZA Regional Board #63

Jimbo was always popping up to save the day when we found ourselves getting into trouble. He was such a hilarious, kind, and caring man who always made us laugh. He was so hospitable, and hung out with us even though we were just a bunch of high schoolers. We will never forget the night we all slept over at the Fleischer house and wreaked havoc on their basement. We all miss him so much.

-63




Theta Chi Fraternity

On behalf of Theta Chi Fraternity, please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Jim Fleischer. Our entire brotherhood unites in prayer and support of the men of Alpha Epsilon Pi as you mourn the loss of a great fraternity man.

I had the fortune to get to know Jim through interfraternal initiatives and considered him a good friend. I always found him to be positive, passionate, and deeply committed to the mission of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He continued to display great energy and enthusiasm for the cause even as he battled cancer.

Please find enclosed a gift to the Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation in Jim's memory. I hope the days ahead will provide many opportunities to share happy memories of his life.

Interfraternally,

Michael Mayer
Chief Executive Officer



Spielman Family

We will miss Jim’s humor, laughter, and big heart. Rest in peace - your memory will always be a blessing.

Alyssa Russell

May Jim’s memory be for a blessing. We have wonderful memories of Ethan during his BBYO days - now all all boys are AEPi brothers. Sending love and hugs.
- Paul, Alyssa, Ben, Josh and Gabby Russell

Minton Mayer

The Mayer family is so sorry for the loss of Jim. I knew from the first time that I met him when he was rushing AEPi at Kent State he would be a great brother. Jim was a mensch, a connector and always willing to help others. May his memory be a blessing for those who had the privilege of knowing him.

Terry Hugo

Jim was the best of us, a true mensch. He was both my boss, and my chapter brother. I’ll always hold the memories I have of him close to my heart. I’ll never forget the banter we shared when it came to Yankees/Cleveland baseball. Jim will always be a mentor in my life. At the funeral, I was moved hearing so many stories from past staff and friends about how Jim impacted their life. We sat around all night, crying and laughing with one another. Nothing is as true of a testament to Jim’s strength and courage than his work ethic. He literally ran our fraternity until his last breath. My heart goes out to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi. I hope we continue to build on his legacy and have half the passion that he did. May his memory be a blessing.

Marty Bock

Jim - you're the best! Thank you, and we love you.

Jason Friedlander

Having worked closely with Jim during the filming and production of the film for the 100th we had more than a few memories and laughs.

It was just great to spend the time with him as he was transitioning into his full time role with AEPi.

He will be missed but never forgotten.



Beth Gruber

I met Jim and Alison when we were members of Temple Beth Torah in Smithtown, NY. I got to reconnect with Jim through our work with AEPi and SDT. I am now a proud AEPi mom and so grateful to Jim for his years of service to AEPi. May his memory be a blessing.

Michael Oxman

Jim, we will continue to build on your vision for AEPi.

Fleischer Family: we are all here for you! Sending lots of love

Michael Oxman

Anonymous

Jim took care of us for many years, thank you for sharing him with us!


Debbie & Michael Sapper

Our hearts go out to Ali & her beautiful children, Jim & Ali’s families, AEPI family & friends. Keep your special memories in your hearts forever!

Love to you all!
Debbie & Michael Sapper

JOEL ADELMAN

I am an alumnus having belonged to the chapter at the University of Michigan and graduated in 1961. I didn't know Jim or anything about him until I read the announcement of his death issued by the fraternity. It is clear that he devoted a good part of his adult life to AEPi, that his death is untimely and that he leaves a wife and two children. His family can certainly use some financial support and I want to do my part with my donation.

Jeff, Kelly, Zachary & Hannah Stein

We’ll miss you Jimmy Jam, but we’ll always be here for your family. Rest In Peace my friend ❤️

Xi Deuteron Brotherhood

In honor of Jim, a brother in service, may his memory be a blessing.


Adam Simha

Jim was an inspiration to us all. I first met Jim as an undergrad at AEPi HQ during a midwest master's retreat. Jim had an amazing ability to take control of a room without saying a single word-- I was always impressed by that. But, most of all, I will always remember his kindness, his intelligence, and his devotion to causes larger than himself. May his memory be a blessing.











RHONA AND BOB JACOBSON

Growing up in Canton, Ohio, I lived next door to Frank and Barbara and their boys
Over the years our cousin, Marilyn Jacobson, shared the wonderful stories of Jim and his family's wonderful events.
It is with a sad heart to hear of Jim's passing.
Our condolences to Jim's family and Frank Fleischer

Rhona Jacobson

Alan Himmel

We each met Jim our respective first weeks at Kent at AEPi. He is often the first person we think of when we talk about our college years. Jim was an incredible friend and brother who meant the most to us and we will always cherish those memories. “Jimmel” forever! Love, Dana and Alan







Anonymous

I have spent the past week literally in a state of shock. I cannot believe that somehow we all have lost Jim to cancer! I have some of the best memories and times of my life tied up in my friendship with Jim. All 52 years of my life have been linked to Jim. It is all those memories that will keep me linked to Jim for the rest of my life! The term best friend is one that I see used by so many when they refer to their relationship with Jim and that is just validation of how special he is. I will forever miss the ability to be with Jim but I will never forget all the times we have spent together. May he Rest In Peace. All my love. Seth

Anonymous

Jim was funny, humble, smart and an amazing father, husband and brother. He was so dedicated to helping young men mature and grow. He literally helped thousands of people find their path, including me.
I’m gonna miss ya James Fleischer.

Mandy Stein Friedlander and Family

We were so saddened to hear of Jim's passing last weekend. On the dance floor at the Stein Bar/Bat Mitzvah's and weddings, to late nights at Conventions catching up on life - Jim always did it with the biggest smile on his face...and he always gave the best hugs!

As a daughter of a PSM, I have grown up in the AEPI family, just like Ethan, Spencer and Madi (her uncles are my uncles too!). If I have learned anything about this fraternity, it is that AEPI brothers and their families will be there in times of triumph and joy, and in times of need and sadness. Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi - our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Sending you so much love!

Mandy, Dave, Lizzie and Brady Friedlander


Ian and Marcy Burnstein

We only recently met Jim but we were lucky to do so. He touched so many lives and leaves a beautiful legacy with his family, friends and work. May his memory be a blessing.


Favor & Company

Condolences to the AEPi family, especially to his wife, Ali, and their children, Ethan, Spencer, and Madi. Jim was a steadfast supporter of Fraternity and his legacy is one everyone should strive to emulate.


Edward Simms

Love you, brother. Until we can laugh together again....


Stephanie Bergstein

Sending love to you all during this most difficult time. You are such a wonderful family and I’m here if you need anything.

Elana, Howard, Jack, and Luke Gorchov Gorchov

We will always think of Jim with a huge smile on his face! Our thoughts are with you now and always. We were lucky to have Jim as part of our extended family!

The Gorchov family

Nieto Family

We are so blessed to have so many wonderful memories with the Fleischer’s during their Smithtown years. Our boys not only went to school together, but were involved in scouts and numerous sports. As the boys friendship grew, so did the families bond. We spent endless days together running from one event to the next. Jim always had a smile no matter how crazy our fun- filled days were and often welcomed our boys and families into their home with open arms. Jim was a remarkable man and very dedicated husband and father who will be missed beyond measure. Our deepest condolences go to Ali, Ethan, Spencer, and Madi and to all who had the pleasure to know him.



Wendy and Jim Perry

We’re so very sorry for this tremendous loss! We’re so glad we got to know Jim and always had a smile on his face! Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Wendy, Jim, Dana and Madison


Michael Waitz

Jim, JimF, Jimmy, thank you for everything over the years.

Ali, Ethan, Spencer, & Madi, we are here for you.

Love,
Aunt Waitz, Uncle Waitz, Jonah & Emma


Jonathan Levine

Jim,
I met you in April 1994 when I was pledging and you were visiting as a chapter consultant.

Thank you for your dedication & service to AEPi.

My thoughts and prayers to your wife & family.

May your memory be a blessing.


Toby Baim

We are so sorry to learn of your loss. You are, and always were a beautiful family.
With love, The Baim and Lugassy Family

Jon and Jennifer Sinder

Jim was one in a million and he will be incredibly missed. We feel so lucky to have known Jim and Jennifer feels incredibly lucky to have worked for him at AEPi. We are sending so much love and support to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi.
We are here for you and we adore you.
With love,
Jennifer, Jon, Alexis, Samantha and Sophie Sinder

Laura and Dennis Carafiol

Love and hugs to the Fleischer family

Anonymous

May his memory always be a Blessing.


The Toronto AEPi Alumni Club Eh

Dear Jim,
Thank you for all of your support through the years. Your legacy of support to our chapter and alumni will never be forgotten.
Fraternally

Canada Eh!

Brian Rosen

Alex Rosen’s Family

Fran Bertos

Sending many prayers to all of you. May Jim's memory be forever eternal.

Anonymous

Our heartfelt condolences to Ali and her family. Cherish your memories and may you and your family have only joy and Nachas always. Sincerely, Roz & Jay Weiss & Family


Amy and John Klooster

Our hearts are broken for Ali and her family during this incredibly difficult time! They are in our thoughts and prayers and are sending much love! Amy, John, and Danielle Klooster

ELC and JLPD classes 2019-2020

Thank you for being a terrific role model, leader, and friend. We are all extremely thankful for the opportunity you provided us with in being able to give back to the organization that gave so much to us. We will miss you deeply and think about you often.

J.J. Weiner

Every interaction my family and I ever had with Jim was filled with laughter, fun and kindness. He will be sorely missed. Our love goes out to the Fleisher family.

Marc Newburger & Jeffrey Simon Drop Stop boys ❤️

Jim

While you will be very missed physically, no one will miss you in their hearts and souls (and feet 🦶🦶😁❤️)

You have infused your love, friendship, and passion into everyone you’ve met - and the turnout at your service was a testament to the life you lived.

So many stories. So many thank yous. What an incredible wealth you’ve built in your short time on this earth.

You’ll forever be a beacon of light for your beautiful wife and children, and they will carry you proudly like a torch illuminating their path and passions for all of time.

Thank you for all you’ve done, and like Obi-Won Kenobi, you’ll now be omnipresent and ready to protect your family and loved ones at the blink of a thought.

We all love you. And we all thank you ❤️


Jay Feinberg

On behalf of the Gift of Life family, our deepest condolences. May his memory be a blessing.


Grant Bigman

Jim, you loved Alpha Epsilon Pi and your passion energized the best of us. With you and Andy Borans at the helm, you all placed trust in me. You believed in me to help guide the future leaders of our fraternity, work with administrators, and do expansion work that spanned the globe. You taught me to pursue my passions and ask any questions but also seek out the answers myself. You believed in accountability and knew our work was fun yet serious. The connection you and your wife shared was GOALS and the ways you integrated your AEPi family with your family were seamless.

As I reflected on these last few days I can't help but share that the most unassuming characteristic I can think of you was your ability to sing. Whether on long car rides or just in the office, I was surprised to hear you singing along to a variety of tunes on the radio with a talented voice.

I cannot even fathom what your experience with cancer was like however from what I have seen and heard from others I know that you fought until the last minute. I know that you celebrated life's challenges, supported your family, and still preached our fraternity until your final breath.

Thank you for being my brother's keeper. Thank you for espousing our values and providing others with the lamp of knowledge. Thank you for being a true mensch.

*I donated with my Delta card because I want the miles

One Jeanswear Group

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

Brian Greben

The Greben family send their condolences and love. We’re so sorry for your loss.

Vanessa Tamari

Sending much love from the Tamari Family. The Brauns spoke of Jim often with love and pride. Zichrono l'vracha.

Emily & Brian Kahn

Sending love, strength & support to Ali and the kids. May Jim’s memory be a blessing and a comfort to you all.

Kimberlee Fish

Todd and Linda spoke so highly of you and the amazing friendship you and your families shared! The imprint you have left on so many within the AEPI family will continue to create leaders for generations to come.



Sharon and Michael Schuman

Ali, Ethan, Spencer, and Madi,
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending hugs and kisses to everyone. Jim will always have a special place in our hearts. We love all of you so much.
Sharon and Michael Schuman

Scott Cohon

Numb…it’s how I feel and I know it’s only a fraction of what Ali and the kids are feeling. Jim was supposed to follow me into the Supreme Masters Chair, but resigned his SBG spot to take the COO spot at AEPi HQ. I knew this was the start of his dream career and was certainly sad that he wasn’t on our board but was ecstatic that he was happy and making the right move for his family. When he became the CEO, I had the honor of singing his initial contract. Jim was the epitome of a team player and brought this out in the quality staff that he recruited and trained. I have been crying like a baby for days but they are not sad tears, of course I’m sad but dammit I’m also thankful that I could call Jim my brother and my good friend. I love and will miss you Jimmy!
-Scott Cohon Past Supreme Master


Daniel and Dara Goldfried

Jim was a lovely and kind man who lit up the room with his infectious smile. He was a joy to be around and always made us laugh. What more could you want of a friend? Our hearts and prayers go out to Ali and the kids on their terrible loss.





Scott Bernstein

I first met Jim as a chapter consultant back in 1997 when Jim was still working in the greek apparel business. He always had such a good vibe and made everyone feel welcome. He was always more than willing to help with any advice while I was on the road.

I last saw him at Tribefest in New Orleans in 2014 when he was there representing AEPi. He was warm welcoming as ever and it was like no time had passed since I had seen him.

My sincerest condolences go out to him and his whole family. May his memory be a blessing.

Sincerely,

Scotty

Andrew Rothbart

Jim was always kind to me at conventions and he appreciated my efforts during my tenure as an AEPi undergrad. Jim was a great leader and he devoted his life to the welfare of AEPi. Jim has left an indelible mark on AEPi's history. On behalf of all AEPi alums, Thank you Brother Jim.

Devra and Gregg Shutan

Sending you are deepest condolences. Wishing you strength and comfort during this most difficult time. May Jim's memory be for a blessing.

Gideon Levy

I met Jim almost ten years ago when I started as an ELC in Indianapolis. He had just made the move there himself with his wonderful family. Jim exuded so many positive traits every day: happiness, charisma, love. I've thought of him often since I left. I remember him welcoming every brother with open arms and a laugh at conclaves, conventions, and even just random meetings. This is tragic news, and he will be missed by the thousands of people whose lives he touched. My heart is with his family and friends right now. May his memory be a blessing, his time with us most definitely was.


Anonymous

Baruch Dayan Emet

Ian Solow-Niederman

I was lucky to be supervised by Jim for a year. It cannot have been easy for him. He cared more about my happiness than I ever did and it is something I am eternally grateful for and endlessly impacted by.

Yehoshua ben Perachyah said: Make for yourself a teacher; acquire for yourself a friend; and judge every person on the positive side. (Avot 1:6) Jim had a big picture perspective, an appreciation of little moments, and a joy for life that made this teaching real for me.

I'll think of Jim every time I'm late for work because I stopped for coffee on the way in (which was almost always fine, as long as I went to Dunkin' and I brought him an iced coffee with French Vanilla swirl and no sugar). Thanks for the laughter, for the patience, and for the passion. I wouldn't be who I am today without you.

Cheryl, Autumn and Willow Ackerman

Our hearts go out to the Fleischer and AEPi family. Sending prayers and hugs.




Andrea Baum and family

To the Fleischer Family,
So sad to hear this news. Out thoughts and prayers are with you in New York. May his memory always be a blessing.
Sincerely,
Andrea Baum and family

Garten Halley

We were so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. May his memory always be a blessing.

Sharon Galin

Ali, friends near and far are thinking of your family. Sending you strength and love.
Sharon Galin

Valerie Wilde

Ali, sending love and strength to you and your family at this time of immeasurable loss… Val and Rob


Peter & Jennifer Rosenblatt

We were shocked to hear this sad news. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the whole Fleischer family.

- Jen, Peter, Sam & Eli

Alana and Steven Green

Our prayers go out to the entire Fleischer family

זכרונו לברכה
Zikhrono Livrakha
May his memory be for a blessing

- Alana and Steven Green


Shelley Ehrlich

Dear Ali,
Wishing you, the kids and family strength at this painful time.
I am here if you need anything.
Yehi Zichro Baruch,
Shelley

Jim & Wendy Keller

Sending love and strength to Ali and the kids. May Jim's memory be a blessing.




Rebeca Greenfield

The Fleischer family and all of AEPi is in my thoughts

Andrea Friedman

Condolences to the entire family

Abbie and John Youkilis

Sending sincere condolences from the Youkilis family in Cincinnati. Our kids were involved in BBYO together, and now our son is an AEPi


Andrew Borans

I started and stopped writing this a dozen times. There isn't enough room for all the superlative adjectives I'd use to describe Jim. Suffice to say he was a joy to be around. Whatever difficulty there was in our lives or the fraternity he got us through it. He had a way of truly turning lemons into lemonade and making you feel good about it along the way. I miss him already.
In looking back to when I met him as an undergrad to then hiring him to be my successor he gave us his all and did it with that great smile of his. Many people have warmly commented on his smile - I'll add to that his infectious laugh as well. Whenever anyone around him was down he'd say "you have ten more minutes to be mad or unhappy and then you're done." He said it in such a good natured way that it so minimised whatever issue the person had they actually stopped being mad. No one could do that like Jim. The love expressed to you Jim by so many is both heartfelt and enduring - you live on in my and thousands of people's hearts. My love to Alison, Ethan, Spencer, Madi and Jim's whole extended family and friends. For our AEPi Brothers Jim was AEPi and AEPi was Jim - that will never change.



Jay and Jennifer Feldman

Our heart is broken. Alpha Epsilon Pi, our inter-fraternal family and the Jewish community has lost a true leader. Jim was a special person who brought laughter and smiles wherever he went. Jim's legacy will live on through Ali, Ethan, Spencer & Madi, and the future generations of AEPi leaders who have been touched by his impact.

Stacy & Eli Isaacs

Our hearts go out to the Fleischer family. Jim was a true community leader and we know that his legacy will continue on through his family. May his memory always be a blessing. We love you Fleischer family.


Bonnie Wunsch

There are no words. . . I remember first meeting Jim when he traveled for AEPi and I never held it against him that eventually that year would result in me having a staff member leave the road prematurely. Through the years it was a pleasure to watch Jim grown in his roles within the fraternity and interfraternal community. As many know, I often share that one of my VERY best AEPi conversations was with Jim in a hotel concierge room in Seattle several years ago. As he assumed the role of CEO we continued to have those wonderful conversations, found many points of mutual agreement and figured out how to agree to disagree with smiles and hugs! Jim's loss is not only for his family, his friends and his beloved brothers but for all of us who were fortunate to call him a friend and colleague. His smile, his laugh, his insight, his commitment to all he believed in will be missed by us all but will be a guiding light, as well. Alan and Ryan join me in sending love and prayers to Ali and their family as well as to Jim's AEPi brothers and staff. May his memory be a blessing.

Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority

Alpha Epsilon Phi appreciates the years of friendship and partnership we had with Jim, a true mensch. His dedication to fraternity, family and the Jewish community was an example for all and will be truly missed. We send our love and prayers to all of AEPi and to his family and friends. LML, the women of Alpha Epsilon Phi



Mike, Gaye, Jenna and Adam Kerschner

Our hearts go out to the Fleischer family. Jim’s leadership in AEPi and love for his family are true blessings that will live on in his memory.

Marc and Sherri Blaushild

Very sorry for your loss


Shelly Fleischer-Pomponio

Many fond memories of family gatherings through out our lifetimes. -Shelly, Jim & Reegan


Matt Grossman

Jim was source of light for all who believe in the powers of brotherhood/sisterhood. May his family be comforted during this difficult time and may his memory be a blessing.

Anonymous

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Sophie Maurer

My heart goes out to the entire Fleischer family during this difficult time. Jim's memory will be a blessing to his children, who hopefully will find some comfort when they remember what a special person Jim was.

Avi Gordoon

To the guy who "never knew what Avi was doing" when working for AEPi, Jim was always hilarious. The fashion statements he made of never tucking in his shirts is something I smile about now. I remember Jim beaming with pride when telling me that Ali was finally going to Israel on a group trip. He was not allowed to go to Israel until Ali did. Jim was beyond proud to share with me, the Israel Engagement Director for the Fraternity at the time, that his wife had an amazing experience on that trip. Being around Jim was always a great time. He laughed at every joke and always had a good one-liner to share. Jim met my wife before we were together and was impressed and thrilled that I was marrying someone who he approved. Rachel and I have always had a special place for Jim-one of our first supporters.

He always had his kids around the staff and I know that Ethan Spencer and Madi are interwoven within the AEPi fabric today. The world is a bit darker today without Jim but his legacy lives on in not only his kids and wife, but also the thousands of undergraduates and alumni he has touched. May Jim's memory forever be for a blessing. Sending our deepest love, prayers, and positive energy to the entire Fleischer family.

-Rachel & Avi Gordon

Lauri and Bob Ross

We love you Jim and will never lose the memories from childhood thru our years of raising our wonderful families together. We will miss you more than life.



Robert Braun

Jim and my daughter Ali were the perfect couple. Their love for each other and for their kids provide a model for all to follow.

Robin Lane

Sending lots of love to the Fleischer family. I haven’t seen Jim for many years but will always remember how special he was. May his memory be a blessing.


Ned Kirklin

Jim was a very good man that loved AEII. His humor always made me laugh and he will be missed. My best wishes to his family.

Joseph Jacobson

Aunt Marilyn, Uncle Joe, Cousin Scott

Steven, Jennifer, Lily, Jake and Sofia Rosenberg

Jim was the definition of a mensch. Always so warm and had the biggest smile! He adored his family and was the best dad, husband and friend to so many. Sending much strength and love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi!

Elliot Karp

May Jim’s life, deeds and memory become an eternal source of brachot and mitzvot for his family and brothers.

Susan and Joel sacher Sacher

Heartbroken he was so special and too young too soon. . Sending love and hugs to you .

Andy Morris

Ah Jim… so often we lionize the deceased in an exaggerated manner. But Jim. Jim was everything: a role model, mentor and mensch. His dedication to our fraternity was rivaled only by his commitment to his family. He had this wonderful self deprecating way of boosting up others while downplaying his own intelligence and razor sharp wit. His sense of humor was legendary. His smile contagious. And his laughter infectious. I will forever miss him picking up my phone calls with a cheerful “Andymo!!!!”

I so cherished seeing Ali, Spencer and Ethan tonight. Your strength is formidable, and along with Jim’s memory will carry you and Madi through challenging times. So will an army of friends, family and Brothers who are here for you.

Fraternally and with love,
Andymo

Joshua Sushan

Jim was a mentor, friend, and confidant. A visionary who always tackled every obstacle with a pragmatic, yet empathetic approach. My time at AEPi would not have been anywhere close to what it was had it not been for his guidance. As we lose a true mensch, the world has another angel looking after it. The thousands of undergraduates he has impacted are better because of his leadership and his mark will forever be left on this world.

May his memory continue to be a blessing. Sending my love to the Fleischer family and know many of us will carry his memory with us.

Pamela Barron

Jim and my son shared a lifelong friendship that endured through time and distance. My memory of Jim is of someone who embraced life fully and who was a positive role model for all fortunate enough to enter his sphere. His passing is a sad and tragic loss for his loved ones and for those who were lucky enough to come in contact with him. May his memory be a blessing.

Pamela Barron

Adam Matsil

I was working at AEPi back when Jim started in the COO role in 2013. It was an honor working with him, especially on the Conclaves that are so special to all the undergrads. He really lit up every room he walked into and had one of the best laughs out there. He'll be missed.

Brian and Sandy Nachlis

May Jim's memory be a blessing to all

Benjy Wax

A thoughtful leader, tenacious, kind. His passion for, and devotion to AEPi and the Jewish community was extraordinary. Our organization was lucky to have him, and I'm grateful he had such an instrument for his talent to create the immeasurable impact it did. He will be missed. May his memory be for a blessing.

Darren and Jen Browne

We feel so blessed to have known Jim through his beautiful wife, Ali. Jim and Ali were such a dynamic duo together. They constantly were beaming with happiness and love for each other and their love didn’t stop there. Their love radiated through them and shone unto others through their constant giving of whatever they had to share. Darren and I are truly blessed to the have the Fleischer family in our life ❤️

Anonymous

Russell Family

Julian Markowitz

Jim was a truly great man, whose kindness and ever-jovial spirit were known to all who made his acquaintance.
I will forever be grateful to have worked work for Jim, and to have enjoyed his warm company in the office each day.
No colleague of mine - and certainly no superior - has ever made me laugh half as much as Jim did (often to the point of tears).
But then, Jim was not first my colleague, but my brother.
His care and genuine thoughtfulness for me and the other staff exemplified the fraternal connection that defines AEPi.
Jim was, in every sense, an exemplar of the storied virtues AEPi was founded to promote.
The chapter eternal has gained a legendary brother.
May Jim's memory be a blessing to all; his life surely was.




Amy Rosenblatt Schneider

Jimmy and I grew up in the same neighborhood and went to school together since pre-school at the JCC. I am so heartbroken over the news.

Anonymous

My best wishes go out to the Fleischer family. Sending positivity and my best regards.

David Marias

Jim was an amazing boss, friend, and brother. Jim’s contributions to our fraternity and the Jewish people have made this world a better place. May his memory be a blessing.

Cory Ross

Sending my love from DC!

Marla, Steven, Grant & Sloan Nelick

What a heartbreaking loss for everyone that knew Jim. We were new to Indy around the same time Jim and the family moved in. They quickly became our family for almost every Holiday. Always including us with open arms. We will never forget those memories with Jim, Ali and the kids. Jim was one of the Great ones - always a huge smile on his face and always happy and kind. Sending hugs and love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi.

Sara Basson

Our deepest condolences to the Fleischer family during this difficult time.

Amy and Rob Kirsh

You all continue to be in our thoughts. May all of your beautiful memories of Jim live on forever.


Lesley & Eddie Martin

Our heartfelt condolences to Ali, Ethan, Spencer & Madi. We love you.
Lesley, Eddie, Elissa, Todd, Andrea & Matt

Howard Cohen

Dear Fleischer family, I had the sincere pleasure of getting to know Jim during my five year term as a Foundation Trustee. He truly was a class act and a Mensch. My heart goes out to you for your loss. G_D bless. Howard S Cohen


Jacob Baime

Jim was a true hero for the Jewish people and Israel. His kindness knew no bounds, and his wisdom served our fraternity so well. May his memory be a blessing.



Trey Meehan

Jim was the kind of boss any young professional would be lucky to have: supportive, smart, and funny. He provided the vision and then allowed those of us fortunate enough to work for him to pursue it. I often think of Jim when struggling to accomplish an assignment or task. "These things work themselves out" was his response to me in our weekly meetings. Eventually, my quip back to him was, "Because we make them work out."

Jim's memory will be a blessing. My thoughts and prayers are with Ali, Ethan, Spencer, Madi, and all who knew and loved Jim.


Frank and Richard Fleischer

This donation could be added to the fund for the Fleischer Courage Award if the family prefers.

Fred Fox

Jen & I extend our deepest heartfelt sympathies to the Fleischer family on your loss. Jim's dedication to AEPi and the good and welfare of our brothers was evident to all who met him. He was matter-of-fact in his approach and always focused on protecting the Fraternity. He was a leader and inspiration to all of us. He will be sorely missed.



Sharon and Nir Menachemi

We were so sad to hear of Jim's passing. We are thinking of all of you at this time of unimaginable loss.

Erin Waitz

Condolences to the Fleischer Family.


Jodi & Joe Sider

We were heartbroken to hear about Jim. May his memory always be a blessing to Ali, Ethan, Spencer, Madi and their whole family.

Alpha Nu

We will miss you Jim. Thank you for everything you did for this Fraternity and for the improvement of our world.

From the Brothers of Alpha Nu



Michael Freeling

I am grateful for the opportunity to have gotten to know and work with Jim in opening opportunities for ADL programs to combat anti-semitism for AEPi undergrads over the past 6 years. He was extremely supportive, appreciative and the definition of a true mensch. He will be greatly missed. May his memory forever be a blessing and may his family know that strength and love are sent their way.

deborah gideon

Thoughts and prayers with the family. Jim was one of a kind. A very special person to everyone that had the joy of knowing him.

Anonymous

Jim was an amazing friend and brother; be will be missed dearly.



Anonymous

Sending deepest condolences- Isaiah Rubin


Janet Bracher

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time Ali! We know that Jim was the love of your life and a great joy to your family always! His smile was infectious!

Amy & Cary Jerris

Our heartfelt sympathy. Love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer & Madi.

Rachel Ross

My parents had a rule against letting out of town family stay with us... unless it was Cousin Jim! I have great memories of Jim and his family coming to stay with us, and going to Long Island to visit them.

Jim's kindness and big smile will be missed. Sending our love to Ali, Spencer, Ethan, and Madi during this difficult time.

Love,
Rachel & Brian


James Molnar

With sympathy.

Jackie and Peter Rosegarten

Sending lots of love and strength to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi. We are terribly sorry for your loss. May Jim's life and love of AEPi be a blessing -- he will always be remembered and cherished.

Love,
Jackie, Peter, Tyler and Jared Rosegarten



Barry Levin

i will always remember Jim as a wonderful human being. Always smiling and willing to do just about anything for our Brotherhood. May G-d bless his family in this time of sorrow.




Sam (Gamma Alpha) and Isaac (Phi Gamma) Cohen

I enjoyed getting to know Jim in Cincinnati and Tuscaloosa. His advice and excellent character has continued to impact me past my time at Georgia State. His memory will always be a blessing.

Melissa, Daniel, Jack & Jolie Segal

A great loss. Thinking about you all with much love.


Anonymous

Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

Kappa Alpha Order

The Leaders and Brothers of Kappa Alpha Order mourn the loss of our friend, Jim Fleischer, and send our deepest sympathies to his family and to AEPi.

Larry and Dawn Wiese

Funny, strong and unwilling to simply accept the status quo, Jim was a great leader and friend with a wonderful sense of humor and a strong desire to make things better. We will miss him!


Daniel Schuman

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Adam Runsdorf

Adam and Cheryl Runsdorf are saddened to learn of the loss of our great brother, friend, husband, father and exceptional leader of the fraternity.




Michael Namath

Sending condolences to the Fleischer Family


Lisa and Adam Yaker

We shared some great times together and Jim’s fun-loving nature, great personality and warmth will always be remembered. Sending our love to Ali, Madi, Ethan and Spencer.




Ginny and Andrew Pearson

We will always remember Jim's moving speech at his son's bar mitzvah. Sending love and peach to his family and friends.

Steven Wakser

Condolences to the family he will be missed dearly! Jim had his way of winning your heart, it was a pleasure and an honor to be his brother at Kent State AEPI. One Halloween we dressed up as each other, I can still remember like it was yesterday. We love you brother!

Omri Attar

I will always remember Jim as I do exactly now - always smiling, extremely optimistic, and one of the most friendly people I ever met.
Thank you so much for the time we earned with you here, and there are no words to describe your loss to your family, AEPI, and the Jewish people around the world.
You will surely be missed.

Gesas Family

Sending our sincerest condolences from our family to yours.

Jeremy Rosenberg

Jim, whether he was fully aware or not, taught myself and countless other Masters, Chapter Executive Board Members, and others how to be good brothers, great leaders, and proud Jewish men. He upheld and shared the pillars of AEPi like only he could. Baruch Dayan HaEmet.

Max Green

May Jim's memory be a blessing. He will be missed.

Nicole, Mike and Simon Auerbach

We heard a lot about Jim from Simon, Spencer’s good friend from Camp Chi. (Simon’s grandfather was in AePi as is Mike, his father. Simon is currently pledging the fraternity.)Our hearts go out to Ali and the kids and the extended family.


Adam Maslia

Jim will be missed by all who knew him. Especially by the Maslia's. BDE




Clair & Brian Jacobson

Our hearts go out to Ali, Ethan, Spencer & Madi. We are so fortunate to have known Jim as he was one of a kind. May his memory be a forever blessing.
Love, The Jacobson family


Leigh Meltzer

Sending love to Ali and the kids. Loss if a soul mate and a father is almost impossible to fathom. May you find some peace in the knowledge that you all loved each other to the maximum!




Seth Siegel

I once bumped into Jim while doing a hike at a higher altitude than I wisely should have done, and I still had to go down a steep path to get back. Jim gave me a snack, some water, and then insisted I take his hiking poles, even though he would also need them and also that he had no idea if he would ever see me or his poles again. He identified himself as being an official with AEPi, and that made me so proud that the organization could have such a special person. (In case you were wondering, I left the poles exactly where he asked me to do so, and I confirmed later that he picked them up, but even so, what a remarkable act of compassion.) To his family: May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Joseph and Anita Friedman

In loving memory to a wonderful family man and Aepi brother. We send our love to Ali. Ethan, Spencer. Madi, Grammy snd Pop.



Debbie and Brad Herold

Our deepest condolences. Sending love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer, and Madi.

AEPi ELCs

From
Garrett Saville
Alex Leveen
Idan Mualim
Matthew Medalie
And Morgan Mattler

Shaw Family

Our deepest condolences…


Larry Rose

I never met Jim.. But I want to honor his memory as a fraternal bond never ends. As a life member of his chapter at Kent State(1966) I just want to remind his family that “the gates to memories never close”.May his memories be the beacon of light that guides them into the future as they honor his worthy life.


Zari Ginsburg

May the beautiful memories you created with Jim carry you through these difficult days.

Beth Kurlander

Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

Susan Shulman (Cohen)

May Jim's memory be a blessing.

Hy Vaupen

Fran & I extend our sincerest condolences to the Fleischer family on your (and our) loss, and our thoughts are with you during this time. Jim will be missed by all of us who had any interaction, large or small, with him during his years leading the fraternity. He was a leader and an inspiration to many brothers worldwide, and he will be remembered for all that he contributed to all of us.

Sue and Bernie Frishwasser

I was at your wedding and always looked forward to facebook memories. You were an amazing family and I am so sad to hear the news. Life is not fair.


Bernard and Sherry Werner

Jim will be missed and remembered as a great leader and special person.Thanks for sharing him with us.

The Werner’s



Michael Bork

I am very sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing and source of strength forever.


Greg Siskind

AEPi has always been one of my favorite pro bono immigration clients and not just because I have fond memories of my undergraduate years and the lifelong bonds I've made with my brothers and their families. I really enjoyed working with Jim and I'm so sad to learn of his passing. Such a nice man and so dedicated to AEPi. May his memory be a blessing.

Eric Bishop

I met Jim at the convention in DC in 1993. We were never close friends, but spent lots of time in the phone talking about AEPi and helping me help the chapter at the University of Houston. Always a mensch and he will be missed.


Jon Libman

Jim, we will miss you so much. So many unbelievable memories. Love to you and your family. The Libmans


Beth & Seth Burstein

We are so sorry for your loss!
Our thoughts are with your entire family!
Xo Beth & Seth Burstein


Stephanie and Robert Engler

Amazing guy and a wonderful family. Love to
Ali and the kids.



Lainie Hurwitz

I feel so lucky to have known Jim. Our kids have been friends since they arrived in Indiana. Jim has been a dear friend and always so supportive and giving to my kids. My kids have accumulated countless memories with the Fleischer’s and with Jim. I’m going to miss that smile of his which was always there even when he wasn’t feeling his best. We love you Alison Braun Fleischer , Ethan, Spencer and Madi and are here for you always.

XOXO Hurwitz family

Anonymous

Jim’s smile and sense of humor will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Our hearts and prayers go out to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Madi.




Sari and Rick Ohrn

Jim was a kind man and a second dad to our son Zach. We will miss his smile and the love he had for his family. Love to you all

Scott Friedman

A true mensch, may his memory be for a blessing.

Jeffrey Lemberger

Brother Fleischer was the embodiment fo what it means to be a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. His leadership, brotherhood, and Tzedakeh to all members & alumnus is one to be desired. He taught us what it truly meant to be brothers and a family that is philanthropic as well as inclusive. Baruch Dayan Ha'Emet, Jim may your memory be a blessing to use all.

Anonymous

Zichrono livracha. May his memory be a blessing.





Seth Gillston

It’s hard to find true heroes in the age of social media and influencers, but Jim was my hero. He gave up the pursuit of financial wealth and business to pursue enhancing the wealth of his community and his family. May his soul be elevated by all of our good deeds. Baruch Dayan Emmet.


Judy and Harvey Himelstein

Thinking of you. So sorry for you loss.


Michael Cohen

I met Jim through my work with the Louis D. Brandeis Center on our study of campus anti-Semitism during the pandemic. We had a couple of brief interactions but he was both super encouraging and very supportive. Reading more about him, I’m struck by his commitment to the fraternity, his friends, and his family. We went through a similar period of battling cancer around the same time and know how hard it is on the patient and the family. Please accept our condolences and heart-felt appreciation to Jim, his family, and the team at AEPi HQ. His memory is already a blessing. Until we meet again in Chapter Eternal. - MC




Joey Barr

Jim was the first boss I had right out of college, right when he started as the CEO of the fraternity. Passing by Jim in the hallways of Headquarters always was a pleasant experience, and I was glad knowing I was working for the fraternity with him guiding the ship. I'll always think fondly of my time in Indy and getting to serve under Jim.


Sarann Klain

Ali and the children are in my heart

Jaye, Shane Anne and Zach Galloway

Love and hugs to the whole Fleischer family…

Steve and Caryl Auslander

We are so very sorry. Sending so much love to Ali, Ethan, Spencer and Maddi!

Camden Beinhaker

In Loving Memory of Jim Fleischer. You will be missed dearly. Sending love to your family.

Svetlana, Michael, Brad, Daniel Kaplan

We cherish memories of Jim. His great character and smiles are always in our hearts.

Afriat Family

We are very sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. May his memory bring comfort to the family in this difficult time .


Rabbi Sue and Phillip Silberberg

Jim was so kind, caring and giving. He completely dedicated to his family and to AEPi. We loved that he was able to meet Ethan in Israel after our Birthright Israel trip. May his memory be a blessing.

Rebecca Geyer

Jim always had a smile and a warm handshake. Nothing made him happier than his family. I know he will live on in his children and in the many lives he touched through AEPi. May his memory be a blessing.


Chananel Weiner

Sending blessings, love, and strength to all


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October 11, 2021

Barry Levin: $5,000.00

October 11, 2021

Daniel & Debbie Salama: $120.00

October 11, 2021

David Goldberg: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Sam (Gamma Alpha) and Isaac (Phi Gamma) Cohen: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Melissa, Daniel, Jack & Jolie Segal: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Lauren Richer: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Kappa Alpha Order: $250.00

October 11, 2021

Larry and Dawn Wiese: $250.00

October 11, 2021

Michael Rudy: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Daniel Schuman: $100.00

October 11, 2021

Adam Runsdorf: $360.00

October 11, 2021

Greg Maurer: $4,850.00

October 11, 2021

David Kaiser: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Michael Namath: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Ari Skolnik: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Lisa and Adam Yaker: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Adam Shaw: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Ginny and Andrew Pearson: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Steven Wakser: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Omri Attar: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Gesas Family: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Jeremy Rosenberg: $18.00

October 11, 2021

Max Green: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Nicole, Mike and Simon Auerbach: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Howard Somers: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Adam Maslia: $180.00

October 10, 2021

DEREK MARTINO: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Dara and Victor Shalom: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Linda Falender: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Clair & Brian Jacobson: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Shelby Anderson: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Leigh Meltzer: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Fenster Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Seth Siegel: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Joseph and Anita Friedman: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Michael and Lois Ryan: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Debbie and Brad Herold: $118.00

October 10, 2021

AEPi ELCs: $270.00

October 10, 2021

Shaw Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Wendy Kaufman: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Larry Rose: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Zari Ginsburg: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Beth Kurlander: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Susan Shulman (Cohen): $54.00

October 10, 2021

Hy Vaupen: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Sue and Bernie Frishwasser: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Bernard and Sherry Werner: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $1,000.00

October 10, 2021

Amanda Berk: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Michael Bork: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Rob Caudill: $100.00

October 10, 2021

Greg Siskind: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Eric Bishop: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Christienne Genaro & Robert Long: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Jon Libman: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Paige Bordo: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Beth & Seth Burstein: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Lisa Dubester Morrison: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Stephanie and Robert Engler: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Shari Schwartz-Rudavsky family: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Dana and Marc Katz: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Lainie Hurwitz: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Nicole Trager: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Michael & Jan White: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Gamile Nezaria: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Sari and Rick Ohrn: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Scott Friedman: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Jeffrey Lemberger: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Max Sedley: $10.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Steve Meyerson: $25.00

October 10, 2021

Rick Ellsley: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Seth Gillston: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Judith and Allon Friedman: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Judy and Harvey Himelstein: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Richard Gabai: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Michael Cohen: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Joey Barr: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Abad Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Sarann Klain: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Jaye, Shane Anne and Zach Galloway: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Steve and Caryl Auslander: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Camden Beinhaker: $118.00

October 10, 2021

Svetlana, Michael, Brad, Daniel Kaplan: $318.00

October 10, 2021

Afriat Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Ari Ryan: $540.00

October 10, 2021

Rabbi Sue and Phillip Silberberg: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Rebecca Geyer: $1,000.00

October 10, 2021

Jay Spector: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Chananel Weiner: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Thank you to the donors

Anonymous: $25,000.00

November 4, 2021

Andy Fradkin, Richard Stein & Mark Schiff: $25,000.00

December 2, 2021

You're the Best Club: $11,400.00

October 21, 2021

Michael and Belinda Morris: $10,000.00

October 18, 2021

Anonymous: $10,000.00

November 1, 2021

Anonymous: $10,000.00

November 1, 2021

Todd, Marlo, Jaren, Adam, and Quincy Katz: $5,400.00

October 12, 2021

Marc Newburger & Jeffrey Simon Drop Stop boys ❤️: $5,000.00

October 13, 2021

Ed Scherer: $5,000.00

November 4, 2021

Barry Levin: $5,000.00

October 11, 2021

Lauri and Bob Ross: $5,000.00

October 12, 2021

Jeff Jacobson: $5,000.00

November 3, 2021

Greg Maurer: $4,850.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $3,600.00

October 15, 2021

Anonymous: $3,600.00

October 11, 2021

Cynthia Housefield: $2,500.00

December 3, 2021

Jacob Baime: $1,800.00

October 11, 2021

One Jeanswear Group: $1,800.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $1,800.00

October 20, 2021

Edward Simms: $1,500.00

October 15, 2021

Michael and Emma Haas: $1,000.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $1,000.00

October 25, 2021

Favor & Company: $1,000.00

October 15, 2021

Rebecca Geyer: $1,000.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $1,000.00

November 2, 2021

Anonymous: $1,000.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $1,000.00

October 13, 2021

Michael Waitz: $1,000.00

October 14, 2021

David Kirschner: $1,000.00

November 18, 2021

Janine Shapiro: $1,000.00

October 11, 2021

Ari Ryan: $540.00

October 10, 2021

Scott, Michelle, Max, & Jenna Himelstein: $504.00

October 12, 2021

Danielle Bohm: $504.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $500.00

October 12, 2021

Sharon and Michael Schuman: $500.00

October 13, 2021

Michael Bork: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Michael Leven: $500.00

October 15, 2021

Seth Gillston: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Fred Fox: $500.00

October 11, 2021

Jon Libman: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Frank and Richard Fleischer: $500.00

October 11, 2021

Howard Cohen: $500.00

October 11, 2021

Philip H. and Suzi Cohen: $500.00

October 15, 2021

National Bank of Indianapolis: $500.00

November 5, 2021

Bernard and Sherry Werner: $500.00

October 10, 2021

Lesley & Eddie Martin: $500.00

October 11, 2021

Ian and Marcy Burnstein: $500.00

October 15, 2021

Alpha Epsilon Phi at Indiana University: $500.00

December 7, 2021

Jeff, Kelly, Zachary & Hannah Stein: $500.00

October 19, 2021

JOEL ADELMAN: $500.00

October 19, 2021

Darren and Jen Browne: $450.00

October 11, 2021

Spielman Family: $360.00

October 23, 2021

Ernest Goodman: $360.00

November 18, 2021

Craig Rosenberg: $360.00

October 29, 2021

Jay and Jennifer Feldman: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Robert Braun: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Judith and Allon Friedman: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Jason Friedlander: $360.00

October 21, 2021

Anonymous: $360.00

October 18, 2021

David and Allie Pelz: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Adam Cohen: $360.00

October 25, 2021

Dana and Marc Katz: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Joseph Jacobson: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Adam Runsdorf: $360.00

October 11, 2021

Michael Oxman: $360.00

October 20, 2021

Jon Polesuk: $360.00

November 2, 2021

Daniel and Dara Goldfried: $360.00

October 13, 2021

Jim & Wendy Keller: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Dani, Dan, Jax & Reese Weinstein: $360.00

October 15, 2021

Sophie Maurer: $360.00

October 12, 2021

Michael & Todd Goldberg: $360.00

November 5, 2021

Jon and Jennifer Sinder: $360.00

October 14, 2021

Shelby Anderson: $360.00

October 10, 2021

Brian Rosen: $324.00

October 13, 2021

Svetlana, Michael, Brad, Daniel Kaplan: $318.00

October 10, 2021

Susan and Joel sacher Sacher: $300.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $300.00

October 25, 2021

AEPi ELCs: $270.00

October 10, 2021

Larry and Dawn Wiese: $250.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Seth Siegel: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Kappa Alpha Order: $250.00

October 11, 2021

Lainie Hurwitz: $250.00

October 10, 2021

Steven, Jennifer, Lily, Jake and Sofia Rosenberg: $250.00

October 12, 2021

ELC and JLPD classes 2019-2020: $250.00

October 13, 2021

Dan and Margo Fox: $250.00

November 5, 2021

Teri Primack Marias: $250.00

October 11, 2021

Theta Chi Fraternity: $250.00

October 25, 2021

Ned Kirklin: $250.00

October 12, 2021

Bill and Lorrie Germano: $250.00

October 15, 2021

steven goldschein: $250.00

November 10, 2021

Jay Feinberg: $250.00

October 13, 2021

Alyse, Mitchell, Ryan, Jared Kaufman: $250.00

October 17, 2021

Andy Morris: $250.00

October 12, 2021

Amy and Rob Kirsh: $200.00

October 11, 2021

Marla, Steven, Grant & Sloan Nelick: $200.00

October 11, 2021

Cynthia Derdiger: $200.00

December 3, 2021

CWG Bunk 3: $198.00

October 15, 2021

Ginny and Andrew Pearson: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Ian Solow-Niederman: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Harriet & Mike Tohn: $180.00

October 16, 2021

Scott Cohon: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Jane, Ron, Evan and Haley Safrin: $180.00

October 18, 2021

Nicole, Mike and Simon Auerbach: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Hy Vaupen: $180.00

October 10, 2021

David & Susie Waitz: $180.00

October 16, 2021

Max Green: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Elan Carr: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Sara Basson: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Matt Grossman: $180.00

October 12, 2021

J.J. Weiner: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Jeffrey Lemberger: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Stacy, Greg, and Sam Siwak: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Alana and Steven Green: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Sharon Albean: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Jay Spector: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Jared Brandman: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 15, 2021

Marty Bock: $180.00

October 22, 2021

Rich & Max First: $180.00

November 10, 2021

Grant Bigman: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 20, 2021

Rick Ellsley: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Ali and Jared Starr: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Andrew Borans: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Irwin Eleanor Gwen Paul Jon Lauren Werbowsky /Jordan: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Richard Stetzer: $180.00

October 25, 2021

DEREK MARTINO: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Rinkov Family (Ethan & Sam) Rinkov: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Howard Allenberg: $180.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 14, 2021

Xi Deuteron Brotherhood: $180.00

October 19, 2021

Michael Cohen: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Mark and Kathy Schloer: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Joshua Sushan: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Adam Maslia: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Avi Gordoon: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Valerie Wilde: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Michael Freeling: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Trey Meehan: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Lynsie Morgan: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Richard Gabai: $180.00

October 10, 2021

Steven Wakser: $180.00

October 11, 2021

The Rich Family: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Stacy & Eli Isaacs: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Scott Bernstein: $180.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $180.00

October 11, 2021

Janet Bracher: $150.00

October 11, 2021

Daniel & Debbie Salama: $120.00

October 11, 2021

Mike, Gaye, Jenna and Adam Kerschner: $118.00

October 12, 2021

Ilene & Karl Smith: $118.00

November 18, 2021

Camden Beinhaker: $118.00

October 10, 2021

Alan Himmel: $118.00

October 17, 2021

Debbie and Brad Herold: $118.00

October 10, 2021

Sue and Bernie Frishwasser: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Amy Rosenblatt Schneider: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Fran Bertos: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Joseph and Anita Friedman: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Mandy Stein Friedlander and Family: $108.00

October 15, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Toby Baim: $108.00

October 14, 2021

KIO AZA Regional Board #63: $108.00

October 25, 2021

Clair & Brian Jacobson: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Kim, Adam, Zach and Caleb Gross: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Debbie & Michael Sapper: $108.00

October 19, 2021

Stein Family: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Elliot Karp: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Risa, Rich, Hannah & Sarah Klein: $108.00

October 18, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Shaw Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Alpha Nu: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Mark, Courtney, Andrew, Brian, and Chase Colton: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 11, 2021

The Toronto AEPi Alumni Club Eh: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Ivan Aronin: $108.00

October 17, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Max Rothman: $108.00

October 13, 2021

The Strauss Family: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Rachel Ross: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Jodi & Joe Sider: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Bill & Ellen Cooler: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Gilbert Bubis: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Team Relentless: $108.00

October 18, 2021

Steve and Caryl Auslander: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Peter & Jennifer Rosenblatt: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Fenster Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Lauren Richer: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Danielle, Matt, Dylan & iyla Ruzz: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Gesas Family: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Amy & Cary Jerris: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Shelly Fleischer-Pomponio: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Amy and John Klooster: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Terry Hugo: $108.00

October 22, 2021

Aaron Robinson: $108.00

November 10, 2021

Sari and Rick Ohrn: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Pamela Barron: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Monica & Bernie Boldt: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Beth, Ally, Ben, & Joe Shapiro: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Zari Ginsburg: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Lisa and Adam Yaker: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Bonnie Wunsch: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Devra and Gregg Shutan: $108.00

October 12, 2021

RHONA AND BOB JACOBSON: $108.00

October 17, 2021

Rabbi Sue and Phillip Silberberg: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Melissa, Daniel, Jack & Jolie Segal: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Kimberlee Fish: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Elana, Howard, Jack, and Luke Gorchov Gorchov: $108.00

October 14, 2021

David Marias: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Minton Mayer: $108.00

October 22, 2021

Gamile Nezaria: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Michael and Lois Ryan: $108.00

October 10, 2021

David Langer: $108.00

October 18, 2021

Gerry Garcia: $108.00

October 25, 2021

Scott Kossove: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Andrew Rothbart: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Laura and Dennis Carafiol: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Stephanie and Robert Engler: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Emily & Brian Kahn: $108.00

October 13, 2021

Stephanie Bergstein: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Marc and Sherri Blaushild: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Michael Rudy: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Sharon and Nir Menachemi: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Julie Altman: $108.00

October 18, 2021

Abad Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Howard Somers: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Jackie and Peter Rosegarten: $108.00

October 11, 2021

David and Margie Fleischer: $108.00

October 15, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 21, 2021

Larry Rose: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Ira Brody: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Afriat Family: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Lisa Dubester Morrison: $108.00

October 10, 2021

Stacie Hamilton: $108.00

October 11, 2021

Robin Lane: $108.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $108.00

October 14, 2021

Rob Caudill: $100.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $100.00

October 12, 2021

The Bridge Family: $100.00

November 9, 2021

Anonymous: $100.00

October 25, 2021

Daniel Schuman: $100.00

October 11, 2021

Michael and Diane Grant: $100.00

November 5, 2021

Joey Barr: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Scott Friedman: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Jonathan Levine: $72.00

October 14, 2021

Beth Kurlander: $72.00

October 10, 2021

Julian Markowitz: $72.00

October 11, 2021

Judy and Harvey Himelstein: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Andrea Friedman: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Wendy and Jim Perry: $54.00

October 14, 2021

James Molnar: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Wendy Kaufman: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Corey Derdiger: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Beth & Seth Burstein: $54.00

October 10, 2021

David Goldberg: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Brian Greben: $54.00

October 13, 2021

Ellen and Stan Jabinsky: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Phil and Ellen Hon: $54.00

October 14, 2021

David Kaiser: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Brian and Sandy Nachlis: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Linda Falender: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Susan Shulman (Cohen): $54.00

October 10, 2021

David Hulnick: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Gil Kahn: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Jennifer Carman: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Adam Simha: $54.00

October 18, 2021

Amanda Berk: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Adam Matsil: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Dara and Victor Shalom: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Elaine & Frank Safrin: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Gideon Levy: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Nieto Family: $54.00

October 14, 2021

Daniel Korol: $54.00

October 18, 2021

Jaye, Shane Anne and Zach Galloway: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Christienne Genaro & Robert Long: $54.00

October 10, 2021

deborah gideon: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Shari Schwartz-Rudavsky family: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Omri Attar: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Erin Waitz: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Eli Levine: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Sarann Klain: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Eric Bishop: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Stacey Perl: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Beth Gruber: $54.00

October 21, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Ari Skolnik: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 25, 2021

Leigh Meltzer: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Sam (Gamma Alpha) and Isaac (Phi Gamma) Cohen: $54.00

October 11, 2021

AEPi United Kingdom Brothers: $54.00

November 3, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 11, 2021

Cheryl, Autumn and Willow Ackerman: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Alyssa Russell: $54.00

October 22, 2021

Michael & Jan White: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Abbie and John Youkilis: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Greg Siskind: $54.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $54.00

October 17, 2021

Shelley Ehrlich: $54.00

October 12, 2021

Vanessa Tamari: $54.00

October 13, 2021

Nicole Trager: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Garten Halley: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Cindy and Carl Hyman: $36.00

November 8, 2021

Lori, Brett, Jordan and Zoe Levitt: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Adam Shaw: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Andrea Baum and family: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Paige Bordo: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $36.00

October 10, 2021

Cory Ross: $36.00

October 11, 2021

David Rosenberg: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Craig Glass: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Michelle Connell: $36.00

October 14, 2021

Sharon Galin: $36.00

October 12, 2021

Michael Namath: $36.00

October 11, 2021

Anonymous: $25.00

October 25, 2021

Rebeca Greenfield: $25.00

October 12, 2021

Sandy and Robert Kanin: $25.00

October 18, 2021

Steve Meyerson: $25.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $25.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $25.00

October 26, 2021

Benjy Wax: $18.00

October 11, 2021

Bill Rubinsky: $18.00

October 11, 2021

Jake Levey: $18.00

October 12, 2021

Chananel Weiner: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Jeremy Rosenberg: $18.00

October 11, 2021

Joseph Preston: $18.00

October 14, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 10, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 13, 2021

Anonymous: $18.00

October 25, 2021

Anonymous: $10.00

October 12, 2021

Max Sedley: $10.00

October 10, 2021