(l-r) William Langfan; AFSI’s Co-Executive Directors Judy Kadish, Helen Freedman; AFSI CEO Mark Langfan
Last Thursday, the Florida branch of American Friends of Meir Medical Center hosted a dinner in support of the hospital.
Jeanine Piro, of Lebanese Christian descent, was the dinner’s Master of Ceremonies, and among the many distinguished speakers were Ido Aharoni, former Consul General of Israel in NY and Lior Haiat, the current Israeli Consul General to Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Puerto Rico.
AFSI’s CEO Mark Langfan and his father William, philanthropists and strong supporters of Israel for many years, were honorees at this festive dinner. AFSI’s Co-Executive Directors Helen Freedman and Judy Kadish joined the Langfans in their celebration.
Meir Medical Center with its more than 700 beds, is the central medical center of the Sharon and Shomron area, serving a population of approximately 800,000 residents. A number of large cities in this area include: Ramat Hasharon, Hod Hasharon, Kfar Saba, Herzliya, Ra’anana, and Netanya, as well as a number of communities in the Shomron. The facility is located in Kfar Saba, not far from Tel Aviv.