Rabbi Abraham Garmaize was born in Israel in 1931. He served in the
Israelis Army. He graduated Givat Washington in Israel, where he went on
to become the Principal of Public Schools in Israel. He was ordained as
a Rabbi at Tifereth Israel Academy in New York State.
Garmaize has been the religious leader of several large congregations in
the United States. He obtained a Masters in Religion and a Ph.D. in
Socio-Psychology from the Pacific University of California. His focus on
education has taken him on a pilgrimage throughout the USA and Israel,
where he has served as educator and principal in schools both in Israel
and the United States.
Rabbi Abraham Garmaize has served as Teacher,
Principal and Rabbi of Hebrew Schools for over forty years. Prayers for
a Rabbi were answered when at seventy years of age he came out of
retirement to lead the Mat-Su Jewish Center in Religious Services,
Education and Social functions in Matsu Valley, Alaska. He represents
Temple Knesset Israel in the community at large, performing duties at
various ceremonies in the area. He has served as Chaplain in the United
States Air Force during the Vietnam Era. He continues to serve as a
Chaplain for the American Legion as well as American Veterans in the
Rabbi Abraham Garmaize is a Master Mason and Chaplain
for the local Masonic Lodge in Alaska.
Rabbi Abraham Garmaize
continues to serve the community and share his wisdom and knowledges
with lightheartedness and love. He has published many articles over the
past forty years, and continues to write.
Rabbi Abraham Garmaize has
also written books for children.