Judd, Eleanore Parelman, 1928-2020
Eleanore Fay Parelman Judd was born May 30, 1928 in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Minnie and Jake Parelman. She married E. James Judd in 1949 and the couple raised three children--Kenneth, Joel, and Nancy (Crawford). She was involved in community organizations, such as the League of Women Voters and the Democratic Party. She helped found Congregation Rodef Shalom and served as President of the Colordo Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. In 1986, she was awarded a doctorate of Socialogy from the University of Denver. She co-directed Denver's Jewish Population in 1980. Eleanore Judd died in Denver on April 14, 2020.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: B088.05.0021
Scope and Contents Three ring binder with The 2007 Metro Denver/Boulder Jewish Community Study Summary Report; Dissertation "Raising Children Jewish Maintaining Ethnic Identity" by Eleanore Judd, June 1986; and "Denver Community Renewal Program: Globeville Summary" prepared by the City and County of Denver in 1972.
File — Box: B088.05.0022
Scope and Contents The series contains Eleanore Parelman Judd's 1986 Dissertation "Raising Children Jewish: Maintaining Ethnic Identity" and her research materials. There is also a three ring binder with "The 2007 Metro Denver/Boulder Jewish Community Study Summary Report" co-authored by Eleanore Judd and "Denver Community Renewal Program: Globeville Summary" prepared by the City and County of Denver in 1972.