We look forward to including your submissions of artifacts, photographs and names for the Howard County memorial list. Please see below for submission instructions. Please submit information by April 2, 2017. 

  • Memorial List

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have submitted nearly 300 names of relatives murdered in the Shoah or relatives who survived but have since passed away. To submit the name of a relative, please provide your name, with a short description of your connection to the SHOAH. Please provide the name of your relative, his/her relationship to you and whether he/she survived. Please email the information to

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have submitted nearly 300 names of relatives murdered in the Shoah or relatives who survived but have since passed away. To submit the name of a relative, please provide your name, with a short description of your connection to the SHOAH. Please p...

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have submitted nearly 300 names of relatives murdered in the Shoah or relatives who survived but have since passed away. To submit the name of a re...

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have submitted nearly 300 names of relatives murdered in the Shoah or relativ...

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have submitted nearly 300 names of rel...

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members of Howard county have subm...

    Mark

    Currently over 50 members o...

    Mark

    Currently over 50...

    Mark
  • Photographs

    We will also accept EMAILS of family photographs from before, during or after the Shoah, which we plan to show via video presentation. If you have already submitted photos in the past, it is not necessary to resend them. Please email photos to

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also accept EMAILS of family photographs from before, during or after the Shoah, which we plan to show via video presentation. If you have already submitted photos in the past, it is not necessary to resend them. Please email photos to

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also accept EMAILS of family photographs from before, during or after the Shoah, which we plan to show via video presentation. If you have already submitted photos in the ...

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also accept EMAILS of family photographs from before, during or after the Shoah, which we plan to show...

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also accept EMAILS of family photographs from before, during or...

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also accept EMAILS of family phot...

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will also acce...

    Mark Steinhorn.

    We will...

    Mark Steinhorn.
  • Artifacts

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementoes, posters, clothing, etc. To have your artifacts included, please contact Judy Gartner at 410- 418-4030 or jwgart@verizon.net. Please write several sentences describing the artifact(s). Note: Please bring artifacts on Yom HaShoah to Beth Shalom by 6:30 pm.

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementoes, posters, clothing, etc. To have your artifacts included, please contact Judy Gartner at 410- 418-4030 or jwgart@verizon.net. Please write several sentences describing the artifact(s). Note: Please bring artifacts on Yom HaS...

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementoes, posters, clothing, etc. To have your artifacts included, please contact Judy Gartner at 410- 418-4030 or jwgart@verizon.net...

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementoes, posters, clothing, etc. To have your artifacts include...

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementoes, posters, clothi...

    We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – phot...

    We will be showing artifacts of ...

    We will be showing art...

Yom HaShoah Names

View last year's list of Yom HaShoah names submitted by Howard County community members.

 

 

 

 

 

Yom HaShoah in Howard County is supported by the Federation, the Howard County Board of Rabbis and the general community.