b'IN MEMORIAMDAVID HARMAN(zl)America-Israel Friendship League mourns the loss of our dear friend David Harman.A dedicated and active member of the AIFL Israel Board, we knew David as one the most intelligent and compelling friends that we could ever claim. He devoted his life to educational initiatives in Israel, and in particular in his beloved Jerusalem, where he worked to improve the educational opportunities of all socio-economic layers of society in the city.As a professor and a world-renowned expert on illiteracy, he instilled the love of education to everyone in his path. Few people have had as much impact on education in Jerusalem as David by providing access to a better, more integrated and equal opportunity education for tens and hundreds of thousands.Our heartfelt condolences to his wife Dorothy, his children and grandchildren.FLORENCE A. DAVIS(zl)We mourn the untimely passing of the America-Israel Friendship Leagues beloved friend and longtime supporter, Florence Davis. Her accomplishments are extensive and impressive. She was a consummate professional, attorney, role model to women, and devoted mother. Tough, brilliant, witty, and kind, she made a positive difference for many. She served as director and president of The Starr Foundation since 1999 and made the world a better place through her support of education, medicine and healthcare, human needs, public policy, culture, and environmental organizations around the world. Throughout her career, she remained a leader in public service and was deeply engaged with innumerable charitable organizations and educational institutions. Our condolences go out to her mother, two daughters, granddaughter, extended family, and colleagues. ARNOLD PENNER(zl)The America-Israel Friendship League mourns the passing of longtime friend Arnold Penner. Incredibly kind, generous and thoughtful, Arnolds real estate acumen was only surpassed by his unparalleled charitable spirit. A native of the Bronx and son of a welder and a milliner, Arnold began his lifelong career in real estate in 1962, eventually amassing a diverse portfolio of properties. A dedicated philanthropist, he had a profound impact on countless institutions and individuals and was a major supporter of many programs. From donating generously to the America-Israel Friendship League, founding the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and to his ever-lasting passion for architecture, the arts and education, Arnold left the world a better place. His leadership and commitment to the mission of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine were legendary. We offer our sincere condolences to his wife Madaleine (Mimi), their children, and the entire Penner family.'