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She is the mother of three beautiful children and a Yellow Lab named Hawk. As a proud single Mother, her family is extremely important to her as is her passion to help less fortunate children. Cristela is also an avid animal lover and spends time volunteering to the Wildlife Conservation Society that fights to save endangered Animals.

Stephen started his journey in the funeral industry selling cemetery property and pre need funeral plans at a major funeral home in Dallas. After working there for four years, he went to school to become a funeral director. He has now been a funeral director for more than 20 years working almost exclusively with Jewish families.

He is well versed not only with all branches of Judaism but also all cemeteries available to the Jewish community. He can assist the family in finding a suitable cemetery plot to fit their needs.

He is personally available 24 hours a day seven days a week since he operates as an independent contractor through Dallas Jewish Funerals. He can be reached at She moved back to Texas in and has served in the funeral industry for over 7 years. Claudia enrolled in mortuary school at the age of 17 and graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Services in She is the mother to one beautiful son and her pug Charles.

Even before she was a Mother Claudia found ways to be nurturing and caring for those around her which gave her a noticeable advantage as a funeral director when caring for the families she served. She enjoys spending time with her son and tending to her large plant collection.

She is a strong advocate for nature conservation and restoration. Claudia is also a voice for the Hispanic community in the DFW area, especially when she can help those families with language barriers when making funeral arrangements, ensuring families receive the upmost care all families should receive when faced with such difficult times.

She is married and loves to travel and enjoys family gatherings. Family is first in her heart. The House of Blues was a great venue that provided plenty of space to mix, mingle and dance. Thank you to Glazers for donating koozies for the occasion. Everyone that attended the event will also get a free profile on JDallas. The dinner is the traditional launching of the annual Israel Bonds campaign.

For additional information, contact the Dallas Israel Bonds office at or There is still room for more riders as well as vendors for simultaneous vendor fair. Make new friends, but keep the old It is that time of year, when Jewish camps are making the rounds, and parents of first time and seasoned campers alike are considering their decisions for summer.

My kids go to Echo Hill Ranch, the same camp I went to as a kid for over a decade. If anyone is interested in learning more about Echo Hill or getting together with old camp friends, feel free to join us at our home, Elmridge Dr.

For more information, feel free to phone me at I know there are more camp get togethers planned soon. The league which began in , has grown from a mere 60 players then, to more than players now who enjoy an 11 week doubleheader schedule on Sunday mornings at Heritage Yards Softball Complex in Plano.

The minimum age to play is 18 and registration is underway now at www. It is important to register soon, as new player evaluations will begin on Feb.