A legacy lives on

Dealing with the loss of their own child, a couple establishes the Talia Trust for Children in her name, leading countless kids to better lives.

July 27, 2016 10:47
Jerusalem Marathon

The family that runs together... Marilyn, Doron, Benjamin, Maurice and Jeremy Hyman at the Jerusalem Marathon. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Tragedy struck the Hyman family in March 2005, when their youngest child, Talia, 21, was killed in a car crash.

At the time, life had been good for Marilyn and Maurice Hyman, who had made aliya to Haifa from England in 1979. Their three sons were married and the family was expanding, with frequent celebrations of the births of grandchildren.


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