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Atlanta, Georgia
March 15, 1992
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56 pages
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Leo Benatar's parents were born in Rhodes and came to the United States in 1919. His father, Morris Benatar, opened a delicatessen in Atlanta. Leo discusses his youth in Atlanta and his Jewish education. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where he acquired an engineering degree. He married his wife, Louise, in 1956 and had three children: Morris, Ann, and Ruth. He became the Operations Manager for Atlanta Paper Company's European Operations and moved to Holland. In 1981, he became President of Engraph, Inc.

OHC-Leo Benatar

Leo Benatar (1930 - ) - Oral History

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