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Norman Geller

Norman Geller (1935-1992) was an author of juvenile fiction, an aviator, a speech pathologist, and a rabbi serving Congregation Beth Abraham in Auburn, Maine. He wrote the following: The first seven days: a poem (1983), David's Seder (1983), Talk to God. . . I'll Get the Message (1984), "I don't want to visit Grandma Anymore (1984), Color me: kosher for Passover (1985), It's not the Jewish Christmas (1985), Unto dust you shall return: a story explaining cremation (1986), The Last Teenage Suicide (1987), and Farfel the Cat That Left Egypt (1987).

Prayer of the Guest Chaplain of the U.S. Senate: Rabbi Norman Geller on 11 April 1989

Contributed on: 26 Nov 2022 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | United States Congressional Record | Norman Geller |

The Opening Prayer given in the U.S. Senate on 11 April 1989. . . .

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