Oakland Tribune

Jewish center opens office for Holocaust survivors
Albany facility serves about 250 people living in the East Bay
By Angela Hill, STAFF WRITER

LUCY MARX, 100, of Oakland receives a bouquet at a ceremony dedicating JFC’s office for survivor services. (Brian Frank – Staff)

ALBANY — Although traumatized and bereft of their families and homes, many Holocaust survivors managed to persevere and build new and full lives for themselves — some in the Bay Area — during the past seven decades. Full story.