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Gettinger, Max C. (Mike), 1911-2000

Max C. (Mike) Gettinger forged a prestigious life-long career in Jewish social services in both the United States and Israel. He became the executive director of the Atlanta Jewish Federation in 1962, a post he kept until 1982.

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