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Moving On

Cantor Glantz
departing Adat Shalom.

SHELLI LIEBMAN DORFMAN

StaffiVriter

L

ast weekend, members of
Adat Shalom Synagogue
opened their mailboxes to
find a letter penned by their
cantor, Howard Glantz. He informed
them of his decision to leave his post
when his contract
expires, June 30,
2004.
"I have come to
the bittersweet
decision to seek
opportunities for
employment else-
where," he wrote.
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"This decision was -
made after much
Glantz
soul-seaching."
Lawrence Wolfe, synagogue president,
said, "This was a mutual decision with
Howard looking to seek other employ-
ment opportunities around the country.
Obviously, he was a very important and
valued team member of Adat Shalom
and we wish him well. We will work
closely together through the term of his
contract to make a smooth transition."
The cantor's letter said he and his
wife, Dayna, "cherish the time spent in
the Adat Shalom community" and are
thankful to those who allowed them to
share in their lives and who made them
feel a part of their family and communi-
tY.
He wrote of appreciation for guid-
ance, friendship and generosity shown
him during his 13 years at the syna-
gogue "and for allowing me the honor
of being your shaliach tzibbur [prayer
leader].
"I have grown professionally and per-
sonally and have been given the free-
dom to create and express myself from
the pulpit while participating with lay
and professional leadership par excel-
lence," he wrote.
The cantor is uncertain where he will
go next. "I am certainly sad about
potentially leaving the community,"
Cantor Glantz said. "But I still have
eight months at Adat Shalom to enjoy."
During that time, he said, "I will con-
tinue to work toward making the transi-
tion to a new chazzan a smooth one for
Mat Shalom. ❑

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