Ronald Greenwald, American rabbi, Died at 82

Ronald Greenwald was born on January 8, 1934, in New York City and died on January 20, 2016.

He was an American Orthodox Jewish rabbi

The rabbi was also a businessman and an educator.

Ronald made a career of spy trading, international hostage mediation, and other forms of high-stakes, high-intrigue diplomacy.

Ronald studied at Telshe Yeshiva in Cleveland after high school.

The Rabbi got married and settled in Boro Park in Brooklyn.

During the early part of his marriage, he picked up work as a teacher of both Judaic and secular studies in Brooklyn yeshivos.

The Rabbi had become officially participating in politics in 1962, at the age of 28, he was lobbying on behalf of Torah Umesorah to promote the creation and success of Jewish day schools in the United States.

Ronald served as presidential liaison of President Richard Nixon to the Jewish community during the Nixon administration.

Ronald Greenwald served as a community activist, chaired various civic boards, directed a high school a summer camp and was the chairman of Magenu.

Ronald Greenwald passed away at 82 yrs old.