Millard Seldin: going strong at 90

Millard Seldin turned 90 in August this year, but his voice and mind are as strong as his convictions. He is a businessman, builder, developer, horse racing enthusiast and breeder, philanthropist, father, grandfather and doting husband. His days now are filled with keeping track of wife Beverly’s caregivers and working from his home office, although…


Advocating for choice

Lance Goldberg does not shy away from discussing death. It’s actually a top priority for him. He is carrying on the advocacy work that his wife, Terry, started before she died in 2015. “We all die. And our loved ones all die,” says Lance. “It’s not a question of can you keep them from dying,…


Compassion & Healing a generation later

Ellen Melamed, 63, always asks herself, “How can I help others?” Currently, a lecturer in family and community medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, and artist-in-residence at the UA School of Fine Arts, Ellen’s healing path has been circuitous. For the first half of her life, she tried to cope. Born in…


Jewish vets dedicated to helping others

As the proud daughter of PFC Edward A. Rosenberg, who fought, was wounded in Germany’s Black Forest in WWII, and earned the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, it was a pleasure and privilege for me to attend a recent meeting of Jewish War Veterans Scottsdale Post 210, one of four such groups in Arizona….

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