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  Book Roy S. Neuberger Speaker Keynote Speaking Engagement, Corporate Event - Your Booking Agent for Roy S. Neuberger
For Roy Neuberger life was an inexplicable nightmare.
Perhaps Roy Neuberger is not the center of the universe.
Roy Neuberger's remarkable transformation from a Central Park rich kid to a deeply religious Jew mesmerizes, fascinates, inspires, and ultimately comforts us with the knowledge that if we dare to look within, we, too, can find the path to Sinai.
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 Neuberger, Roy S.; Connable, Roma; Connable, Alfred: So Far So Good the First 94 Years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
As inspirational as it is compelling, this stirring memoir recounts Neuberger's remarkable journey and enduring reign as one of the most prominent and fascinating figures of finance.
Roy R. Neuberger was born at the turn of the century to a businessman father and a musician mother, both of whom passed on to him qualities and interests that would profoundly influence his life.
Roy Neuberger's affecting memoir chronicles the passion and generosity that helped him overcome early adversity to fill his charmed, long life with meaning and accomplishment.
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 Paid Notice: Deaths NEUBERGER, MARIE SALANT - New York Times
Neuberger was a past president of the Women's City Club of New York, former chairman of the Board of Governors of The Ethical Culture Schools for thirteen years and a member of the Board of Trustees of Bryn Mawr College, her alma mater.
Neuberger was a graduate of the Ethical Culture Schools, Chair of the Board of Governors, a devoted volunteer in the Ethical Culture Schools, and a committed advocate for excellence in the public schools.
Roy and Marie have been an integral part of the AFA family for half a century, she will be much missed.
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 The Buzz | THE COLLECTOR
In 1928, Neuberger read a biography of the artist Vincent van Gogh and was shocked to learn that Van Gogh had lived in poverty and had been unappreciated by his contemporaries.
Neuberger never sold his art; instead, he chose to donate hundreds of paintings to more than 70 museums around the U.S. Many donations were made on the condition that the museum would purchase another work from the artist, further aiding the artist’s career.
Neuberger celebrated his 101st birthday and still displays the tremendous charm and radiant intelligence for which he is famous.
www.panachemag.com /Archive/9_04/TheBuzz/The_Collector/For_Arts_Sake.asp   (866 words)

  
 CJNews Books Page - March 29, 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Neuberger is a disciple of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis, founder of Hineini, a movement that reaches out to secular Jews and guides baalei tshuvah like Neuberger and his wife Leah, who comes from a similar background.
Neuberger pinpoints exactly when he turned to God: on Jan. 10, 1966, when, at 23, he was close to nervous collapse and cried out in panic that night to God for help.
Neuberger had a symbolic brit milah, remarried in an Orthodox ceremony, had three more children, and worked as the administrator of a Jungreis elementary yeshiva in Brooklyn for 12 years.
www.cjnews.com /pastissues/03/jan30-03/books/mar29.htm   (955 words)

  
 Print Article: The art of a business empire
Roy Neuberger, 99, paid $US800 ($1356) in 1950 for a canvas a struggling artist had splattered with paint.
Neuberger became a collector in an era when patrons such as financier Joseph Hirshhorn and oil magnate John Paul Getty, among others, vied to buy important works of art.
Neuberger made it his mission to support artists so their work was viewed while they were alive, he said.
www.theage.com.au /cgi-bin/common/popupPrintArticle.pl?path=/articles/2003/02/06/1044498914463.html   (894 words)

  
 Dei'ah veDibur - Information & Insight - HOME & FAMILY
Roy Neuberger was a tormented man. Already at the age of eight, he was preoccupied with overpowering thoughts of good and evil, afraid that the bad in the world would overcome the good in him.
Roy's father, Roy Rothschild Neuberger, is a founder of the prestigious Wall Street investment firm Neuberger and Berman, and an acclaimed collector of modern art.
Roy junior, his brother and sister, were sent to the Ethical Culture schools, private elementary and high schools in New York that emphasized ethical behavior based on rational thought.
chareidi.shemayisrael.com /archives/TRMhreview.htm   (1609 words)

  
 Taipei Times - archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Roy Neuberger, 99, paid US$800 in 1950 for a canvas a struggling artist had splattered with paint.
Neuberger's art purchases, in 1938, were two paintings by Peter Hurd, stepbrother of artist Andrew Wyeth.
Neuberger 14 paintings by Jacob Lawrence that were the centerpiece of a retrospective of the African-American artist's work at the Whitney in New York last year.
www.taipeitimes.com /News/archives/2003/02/09/0000193955/wiki   (1212 words)

  
 CNN.com - Roy Neuberger, author of 'From Central Park to Sinai' - August 9, 2001
Roy Neuberger is the author of "From Central Park to Sinai: How I found my Jewish Soul," a book about his journey to find spirituality.
NEUBERGER: There is not only a movement of Jews turning back to their heritage, but there's a movement of all people, goodhearted people in the world, who are looking for a way to navigate this chaotic world around us.
NEUBERGER: Really, according to our Torah (and I know this may seem a strange point of view in the 21st century) every aspect of life is regulated by commandments.
archives.cnn.com /2001/COMMUNITY/08/09/neuberger   (1711 words)

  
 Roy Neuberger: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Roy Neuberger - today Yisroel - was born into a family that seemed to live the American dream and the Jewish nightmare.
A Catholic professor at tThe University of Michigan, where Roy attended, later aptly defined the school as the place "for the Jews who are too embarrassed for Reform." At the Sunday School component of this institution, Roy studied about Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Buddhism, Hinduism and a drop of Judaism for good measure.
The result for Roy was "pure agony." No answers to his profound questions, no solace for his spiritual agony, no new direction for his quest.
www.zoominfo.com /directory/Neuberger_Roy_267507072.htm   (835 words)

  
 Print Article: Lehman buys $4bn funds manager
The deal could also presage a move by other brokerage firms to take advantage of the recent jump in their stock prices to acquire money management firms, whose revenues tend to be less volatile than their other lines of business.
Neuberger was founded in 1939 by Roy Neuberger, a prominent Manhattan art collector, who turned 100 on Monday.
Neuberger has gained nearly 17 per cent in the last month as news of the merger talks became public.
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 The Book Shelf
He told Roy that "we are descendants of the great Rabbi Yisroel Salanter," a lineal point that still remains to be substantiated genealogically, if not spiritually.
Roy Neuberger says "Salanter was a moral lighthouse, a beacon still shining, whose influence is a mighty force in the world." Indeed, Judaism's most rigorous movement of self-examination, character refinement and motivational analysis, left its mark even in a family so beholden to secularism.
Roy Neuberger is currently hard at work on his new book, tentatively titled, The Spiritual History of Israel: From Bereshis to the Present and Beyond, which, among its many other insights, will look at the intractable conflict in the Middle East through a focused Biblical lens.
www.jewishpress.com /page.do/14530/The_Book_Shelf.html   (1107 words)

  
 Purchase College - About Purchase - Neuberger Museum of Art
At the Neuberger Museum of Art, we believe that the best art is that which weds novel, compelling forms to important, progressive ideas.
And our fresh reinstallation of the Roy R. Neuberger Collection in the recently refurbished Stairway Gallery brings together collection highlights and some extraordinary but lesser-known pictures and objects to illustrate the history of vanguard North American art between the end of World War I and the early 1960s.
This fall at the Neuberger is not to be missed.
www.purchase.edu /AboutPurchase/NeubergerMuseumOfArt.aspx   (294 words)

  
 Mount Holyoke College Art Museum - Newsletter fall 1998 exhibitions
Neuberger that his eye was better than his hand, and he abandoned his dream of becoming an artist.
Neuberger, in his early twenties, determined that he would find a way to encourage and support struggling artists.
Neuberger has developed a very substantial and significant collection of American modern art, which he has also shared with several art museums through loans and donations.
www.mtholyoke.edu /offices/artmuseum/news/f98/exhibitions.html   (592 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Top Worldwide
Neuberger, which had $56.3 billion in assets under management at the end of March, down 9 percent from a year ago, specializes in serving rich individual investors and has sought to make up for lost revenue during a three-year bear market in stocks by offering more fixed-income investments and hedge funds.
Neuberger is Lehman's 10th-biggest shareholder, with 1.4 percent of Lehman's shares as of March 3.
Roy Neuberger, who founded the firm in 1939, will be 100 years old in July and is no longer actively involved in the firm.
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 So Far, So Good: The First 94 Years:Roy R. Neuberger:0471171867:eCampus.com
Roy R. Neuberger was born at the turn of the century to a businessman father and a musician mother, both of whom passed on to him qualities and interests that would profoundly influence his life.
Generously sharing a wealth of professional wisdom, Neuberger offers his "ten principles of successful investing," as well as penetrating and provocative ruminations on topics ranging from the economy and the federal budget to Social Security and the future of the market.
At the age of 94, Roy Neuberger is still going strong, trading every day, and enjoying life to the fullest.
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 Roy R. Neuberger Celebrates 95th Birthday July 21, 1998
Neuberger, who lives in Manhattan, is the founding patron of the Neuberger Museum of Art, situated on the Purchase College, SUNY campus, and a preeminent financier.
Neuberger agreed to contribute a copious part of his collection--over 500 works--to an institution that was to be designed by Philip Johnson.
Roy Neuberger is among the nation's greatest benefactors of art and artists.
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 Amazon.com: From Central Park to Sinai: How I Found My Jewish Soul: Books: Roy S. Neuberger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Neuberger felt an ever present spiritual vacuum in his life and as such he embarked on a personal quest for truth, via the study of Catholicism, Protestantism and a whole host of other religions and value systems.
Neuberger was deeply impressed with Rebbetzen Jungreis' Torah message and he began to attend her classes on a weekly basis, despite the hardship of traveling such a long distance during a fuel crisis.
Neuberger and his wife have raised a beautiful family steeped in Torah values and has spread his joy and understanding of spiritual truth with hundreds of people who he has invited to his home to enjoy the uplifting experience of Shabbos.
www.amazon.com /Central-Park-Sinai-Found-Jewish/dp/0824604318   (1783 words)

  
 Software for Collectors: Books: The Passionate Collector: Eighty Years in the World of Art, Collecting Art
Roy Neuberger's passion for investing is equaled only by his love for fine art-which has been central to his life for eighty years.
This intriguing personal memoir moves quickly from Neuberger's childhood in Connecticut and New York to the vibrant streets of Paris in the 1920s when, as a student of art, Neuberger visits the Louvre, attends the Sorbonne, and begins to develop the eye of a collector.
You'll watch as Neuberger advances the cause of contemporary American artists by exhibiting, lending, and donating from his growing collection, and becoming an activist for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
www.primasoft.com /book_collecting/collecting_art_book_096.htm   (718 words)

  
 Paid Notice: Deaths NEUBERGER, MARIE SALANT - New York Times
Marie Neuberger always will be remembered for her graciousness, intelligence, independence, warmth and extraordinary generosity.
Our profound sympathy to her husband Roy Neuberger, Sr., her daughter Anne, her sons Roy and James Neuberger, and her many beautiful grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The Neuberger's were a team of strong supporters of Purchase College for many years and Marie always joined with her husband in the substantial gifts made to the College over a period of many years.
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 Review of From Central Park to Sinai: How I found my Jewish soul - Jewish Media Resources
Roy Neuberger — today Yisroel — was born into a family that seemed to live the American dream and the Jewish nightmare.
Roy knew nothing of Yom Kippur, had never seen a pair of tefillin (when he saw men wearing them for the first time, on an early trip to Eretz Yisroel, he thought he had landed on Mars) and at one point was about to enroll his child in Catholic school.
Neuberger, who carries his progenitor’s Hebrew name, Yisroel, lives a fulfillment of the teachings of the sage of Salant.
www.jewishmediaresources.com /review/288   (797 words)

  
 Fallen Son & Daughters Profiles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Clifford Roy Neuberger was born on November 19, 1921, one of six children born to Mr.
Neuberger went overseas and served in combat duty in the Pacific theater of operations.
There is no way of knowing the exact fate of Clifford Neuberger, whether he died in the air, was killed on impact, or was captured and executed.
www.state.sd.us /military/VetAffairs/sdwwiimemorial/SubPages/profiles/Display.asp?P=1384   (332 words)

  
 Neuberger Berman Inc. -- Company History
Neuberger's passion for art was in evidence by the time he was studying journalism at New York University.
Roy Neuberger was also a fitness enthusiast, swimming and taking long walks into his 90s.
Neuberger Berman was one of the largest, and was looking to float 15 percent of its shares to raise $250 million to acquire other money management companies.
www.fundinguniverse.com /company-histories/Neuberger-Berman-Inc-Company-History.html   (2342 words)

  
 NYPC Bytes! - Computers for Seniors June 2002
Roy is the founder of the world famous brokerage firm, Neuberger Berman.
Roy no longer buys art, but both floors of his large office are filled with art to the point that no wall is left unadorned!
Roy is the author of So Far, So Good - The First 94 Years and at the present time he is writing another book, this time on art.
www.hookbuilt.com /zine/cfs/cfs-6-2002.html   (1841 words)

  
 Feet of Clay - artnet Magazine
Neuberger used to goad me that I should marry his daughter when I grew up, the import of which eluded my 12-year-old self.
Inside the cozy museum, Roy Neuberger’s tastes are well served by the current show, which emphasizes artists such as Robert Goodnough, Carl Holty and Conrad Marca-Relli, who have been subsumed by the current star-centric view of contemporary art history.
The Neuberger summer show is actually an hors d’oeuvre for the grand reinstallation of gentleman Roy’s entire collection on Sept. 17, 2006.
www.artnet.com /magazineus/features/finch/finch8-7-06.asp   (597 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: So Far, So Good: The First 94 Years: Books: Roy R. Neuberger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Founder of the investment firm of Neuberger and Berman, an originator of no-load mutual funds and active on Wall Street since 1929, Neuberger, at age 94, has written both a memoir and an investment guide.
An engaging if cursory memoir from Neuberger, who at age 94 is still going strong in the challenging worlds of finance and philanthropy.
Following a comfortable childhood in New York City, Neuberger (who was orphaned at 13) dropped out of college to work as a fabrics buyer at B. Altman, a carriage-trade retailer.
www.amazon.ca /So-Far-Good-First-Years/dp/0471171867   (943 words)

  
 Leaving Wall Street   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Roy R. Neuberger made a name for himself as a legendary investor in value stocks and a keen observer of the market.
As told in the book, Neuberger's anxiety that his life was falling apart and without any purpose led him in 1966 to experiment with any number of religions.
In his book, Neuberger describes the meeting that led him and his wife, Leah, to change their lifestyle, sell their newspaper, relocate closer to Jungreis' headquarters in Brooklyn and immerse themselves in Bible studies and living the life of Orthodox Jews.
www.aish.com /societyWork/arts/Leaving_Wall_Street.asp   (1097 words)

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