We are pleased to share with you the 2018 Annual Spring Luncheon Digital Journal featuring ads in support this year’s honorees, Millie Zuckerman and her family.


Millie Zuckerman, Ruth Katz, Ann Sklar, and Deborah Zuckerman



Michael Bornstein & his daughter Debbie Bornstein Holinstat – 

Michael is one of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz and author of “Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz”


Goldie Hertz   Danielle Karten   Abby Kaufthal   Jaci Paradis   Rachel Shnay   Michelle Taragin


JW Marriott Essex House

160 Central Park South, New York City


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

11:00 AM

Meet Our Honoree

The matriarch of the Zuckerman Family, Millie (Mina) Zuckerman was born in Humniska, Poland in 1925. In 1942, the German occupation forced Millie, along with her mother, father and sister, to move to Brzozów, Poland. Millie and her family fled Brzozow back to their hometown of Huminska, where they were hidden in the home of a Righteous Gentile until the Russians liberated the town in 1944.

After the war, Millie moved to Budapest, Hungary, and then to the Bindermichl displaced persons’ camp in Austria, where she met her husband Abraham (Abe) Zuckerman z”l. Abe had survived several concentration camps and had been a worker at Oskar Schindler’s factory before moving to Bindermichl, where he and Millie met and married.

Millie and Abe immigrated to the United States in 1949, and settled in Hillside, New Jersey, where their family grew and their business flourished.

Millie and Abe dedicated themselves to remembering the six million who were murdered in the Shoah, and became Guardians of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. They are also generous supporters of many other Holocaust remembrance and Jewish causes in their local community and around the world.

Millie is very proud of her family, who follow in her footsteps with their dedication to Holocaust remembrance.  She has 3 wonderful children and their spouses, Ann and Bernard Sklar; Ruth and Steven Katz; and Wayne and Deborah Zuckerman, ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.