David Azrieli 1922-2014

The message of the Canadian-Israeli construction tycoon lives on: ’Freedom is being able to do what you love.’

By SHLOMO MAITAL
July 22, 2014 15:48
David Azrieli

David Azrieli 1922-2014.. (photo credit: MOSHE SHAI / FLASH 90)

 
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Candian-Israeli real-estate magnate David Joshua Azrieli passed away quietly July 9 at his country home north of Montreal.

He was 92. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Stephanie Lefcourt, and four children – Rafael, Sharon, Naomi, and Danna, along with several grandchildren.

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