Bruce Weinstein to be honored by Hillels of Georgia
It is with great excitement to share that Bruce H. Weinstein, Psi (University of Alabama) 1970 is to be honored by the Hillels of Georgia with the Billi & Bernie Marcus Visionary Award on Tuesday, April 27 at 7:30 PM EDT.
Learn more about and register for the virtual event here: https://www.hillelsofgeorgia.org/annual-event
Bruce H. Weinstein is a principal of Your Wealth Partners, affiliated with Equitable Financial Services. He specializes in Estate, Retirement, Charitable, and Insurance Planning. Bruce was honored to be named as Equitable Financial Service’s National Man of the Year and frequently speaks at industry meetings. In addition to his work life, Bruce has served on boards and as officers of numerous civic and community organizations. Bruce has been a proud and longstanding officer and member of the Board of Directors of Hillels of Georgia. He is also a Trustee of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and past Officer who has served on numerous JCC committees and volunteered as a coach in various youth sports for over 30 years. Bruce serves on the Board of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and has served on its Executive Committee. He was Chair of the Jewish Federation’s Super Sunday Phone-A-Thon and its Outreach Committee. A proud member of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Bruce served as President of the ZBT Foundation where he was responsible for many new programs including Legacy Gifting for the fraternity. As an Alumnus of the University of Alabama Bruce was Co-Chair with the University President of a special committee to encourage the recruitment of Jewish students. Bruce has been widely recognized for his leadership and commitment to the Jewish community. The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta recognized Bruce with the Mary and Max London “People Power Award” for his leadership to the JCC as the Atlanta Chairperson of the 2001 Maccabi Games in Atlanta. Bruce showed further commitment to sports when he successfully served as the Chairperson of the Atlanta Senior Olympics working with Mayor Shirley Franklin, an event that attracted thousands of participants from throughout the south. Bruce was honored with the MJCCA’s Man of the Year Award for his continued leadership and volunteerism. The Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity presented Bruce with the Stephen P. Ehrlich Award as its outstanding alumni volunteer. In 2016 Bruce was inducted into ZBT’s University of Alabama Psi Chapter Hall of Fame during the fraternity’s Centennial Celebration. Bruce has been married to Germaine for 43 years. They have three children (who are all attorneys); Harris (Rachel), Brooke (Matt), Michael (Gail). They currently have six grandchildren, Georgia, Max, Savannah, Levi, Blake, and Grace.
Join us in congratulating Bruce on this very deserving honor!