Collaboration Clergy

Rabbi Anthony Fratello
Rabbi Fratello, Temple Shaarei Shalom, graduated from Pomona College in 1994 with a BA in History, and then began his studies toward the Rabbinate at the Jerusalem Campus of the Hebrew Union College. He continued his studies at the Cincinnati campus of HUC-JIR in 1995. Rabbi Fratello earned his MA in Hebrew Letters from the Hebrew Union College in 1998 and was ordained as a Rabbi in June 1999. Rabbi Fratello has served as a member of the Board of the Mandel Jewish Community Center of the Palm Beaches and the Friedman Commission for Jewish Education.

Rabbi Michael Klein
Rabbi Klein, Temple Torat Emet, is a native Miamian. He received a BS in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Miami in 1975 and an MS in Biochemistry from Florida University in 1983. He completed a successful 37 year career in education serving as a teacher, Department Chairman and Assistant Principal. He attended Yeshiva College of South Florida and has served as Torah Reader, Hebrew Teacher, Hazaan, and Spiritual Leader of various synagogues throughout South Florida. He joined Torat Emet in 2015 as Ritual Director and B’Nei Mitzvah instructor. Rabbi Klein completed his Rabbinic studies at Yeshiva/Mesifta Adas Wolkowisk in July 2020. 

Rabbi Howard Shub
Rabbi Shub, Temple Beth Tikvah, was born in Toronto, Canada. He earned his BA in Jewish History at Yeshiva University, NY, earned his MA in Contemporary Jewry at Hebrew University, Jerusalem Israel, and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary, where he also earned an MA in Jewish Education. He is currently working on his PhD in Jewish History and Jewish Education at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

Rabbi Michael Simon
Rabbi Simon, Temple Beth Kodesh, is a graduate of the Yeshiva of Flatbush, NY and obtained Rabbinic ordination from the Mesifta Adas Wolkowisk. He received a BA in Political Science from Pace University, a JD from Fordam University, and an MA  in Jewish Studies from Gratz College. Rabbi Simon also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Rabbinics at Gratz College, and Adjunct Instructor of Jewish History at FAU, and has previously served as a faculty member of the Frances Melton Adult Mini-School.

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