Remembering Frank Sinatra on his 100th Birthday - Longtime SWC Trustee & Supporter

Remembering Frank Sinatra on his 100th Birthday - Longtime SWC Trustee & Supporter
 
Frank Sinatra would have turned 100 years old tomorrow, December 12th. Of his many accomplishments, he was very proud of the years he spent, 1980 - until his death in 1998, as a member of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Board of Trustees.
   
1981 with Simon Wiesenthal
and Rabbi Marvin Hier

1982 with Rabbi Hier at the
premiere of the Center's film,
"Genocide"

1982 with Elizabeth Taylor at the
premiere of the Center's film,
"Genocide"

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Mr. Sinatra was a major contributor to the Center and chaired three National Dinners, as well as the Kennedy Center's premiere of the Center's Academy Award®-winning film, "Genocide".

The video below shows Frank Sinatra - speaking about Simon Wiesenthal - at the 1981 Eddie Cantor Foundation's Susie Award, benefiting the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

 
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This is one of 120 stories told in Rabbi Marvin Hier's new memoir, "Meant To Be"

Autographed copies of the book are available exclusively through the Museum of Tolerance Gift Shop until February 1, 2016.