Jordon Perlmutter was born in 1931 to immigrant parents and died in Denver on December 7, 2015. He was a Denver builder, real estate developer, and property manager. In 1951, he founded Perl-Mack Enterprises with his cousin Sam Primack. Perl Mack introduced the concept of planned communities in Denver in Northglenn, Southglenn and Montbello. In the 1983 Perl-Mack was dissolved and Jordon and his eldest son Jay founded Perlmutter and Company. Jordon Perlmutter was a trustee of the University of Denver for 15 years. He married Essie Lou Goldberg in 1953. Both Jordon and Essie grew up on Denver's west side and both served on many boards of directors.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Two copies of a photograph showing fifteen men of the Colorado Fixtures Company baseball team pose together including the team, the ball boy, and their managers and coaches. Jordon Perlmutter is standing in the center of the back row.
Dates: circa 1914
Overview Fifteen men of the Colorado Fixtures Company baseball team pose together including the team, the ball boy, and their managers and coaches. Jordon Perlmutter is standing in the center of the back row.
Dates: circa 1915
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish men and women athletes as well as sports personalities from Colorado. Written and directed by Jeanne Abrams for the 2013 RMJHS Dinner.