Veterans: Can’t stay away

Born to Israeli parents but raised in the US, Ron Sacher’s life has been a back and forth between the two countries. Ultimately, he stayed here.

Ron Sacher.
Ron Sacher, 49.
St. Louis to Herzliya Pituah, 1986

Ron Sacher was born in the United States and grew up in St. Louis, but always had an emotional attachment to Israel. His parents had left Israel before he was born, and he would often visit family here, spoke Hebrew and felt that if he had something important to contribute to society, he would rather do it in Israel than anywhere else in the world.

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