Joined Apr 20 2014
I am the daughter of Neil S. Leibman, 104th Infantry Division, Company C wounded in Stolberg, Germany on Nov. 17, 1944. My dad missed death by 1/4 inch and the same shell that left shrapnel in him killed 17 or 18 year old Sidney Zinn and Jim Lowe. His best friend was Roger Stancliff. I followed him first in the Navy and then ten years later into the Army and into war. I followed him into law, forensic psychology and stayed in school (as he did) into my 60's. He still has me beat as he was attending school into his late 70's. Dad was an ATSP'er from NYU who received his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering after the war from Drexel Institute of Engineering, an MBA from Temple, an LLB and LLM (in law, medicine and psychiatry) and then a Bachelors in Judaic Studies and a Master's in Biblical Studies from Gratz College - a Judaic school in PA. The war changed him forever - he became Orthodox Jewish and started the first Orthodox synagogue on the Main Line in 1955.