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Posted: Wednesday, March 9, 2016 10:00 am

Eddie and Lisa Pantiliat, founding members of Ahavas Torah, will be honored at the synagogue’s Life and Leadership Celebration on Monday, March 14. 

Eddie, a managing partner of Hymson, Goldstein & Pantiliat, has served on the boards of Ahavas Torah and Shearim Torah High School for Girls  and was involved in the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix’s Educational Council and Mega Event. He is a past president and current Judaic adviser of the Arizona Jewish Business Network and has been honored for his work as a youth sports coach at the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center. Lisa, a staff member of Torah Day School, has worked on behalf of the federation, Jewish Women International, Ahavas Torah and the Phoenix Community Kollel. The couple, who have four children, also led the local revitalization of NCSY.

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