She lives to serve

No job is too small for Yehudis Schamroth, who makes good deeds part of her daily life.

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
April 13, 2016 19:22
Keren Yosef

Representing Keren Yosef at a health fair. (photo credit: COURTESY YEHUDIS SCHAMROTH)

 
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Since hessed (acts of loving-kindness) is her trademark, it made perfect sense that, six minutes into a first interview with Yehudis Schamroth, she asked to reschedule so she could drive a lone soldier to the Beit Shemesh train station.

She has no staff and she isn’t running a nonprofit.

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