HARVEY KRUEGER

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KRUEGER--Harvey Mark,

died peacefully at home on April 23, 2017. Harvey had four children, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was raised in Hackensack, New Jersey, the eldest son of Isador and Isabel Krueger. Harvey was legendary in Israeli business circles and was the first banker to bring Israel to the international capital markets. A graduate of Columbia University and Columbia Law School, he was with Cravath, Swaine and Moore, LLP, then joined Kuhn, Loeb, & Co., where he eventually became Chief Executive Officer. Later, he was a Vice Chairman of Lehman Brothers and most recently, a Vice Chairman of Barclays Capital. Harvey was known for his philanthropic activities. He was an active board member and leader of numerous charitable and philanthropic organizations in the United States and Israel. These included Hebrew University (Chairman of the Board of Governors), Tel Aviv University (Chairman of the Board of Governors), Beit Hatfutsot, the Cooper-Hewitt-National Design Museum of the Smithsonian Institute (Chairman) Central Synagogue, Columbia University and Barnard College, and the Krueger Family Foundation. He was Chairman of the Peres Center for Peace. He served as a Trustee of Continuum Health Partners, Inc., and Beth Israel Medical Center. After the passing of his son of AIDS in 1988, he and his wife founded the Peter Krueger Center for Immunological Disorders of Mount Sinai/Beth Israel. He is a recipient of the distinguished John Jay Award from Columbia University and holds honorary degrees from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Bar Ilan University and The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Harvey was married to Constance Alexander Krueger who passed in November, 2016. He is survived by his brother Stuart Krueger (Jill); sister-in-law Pamela Schlenger; his daughter Cathy Cohen (David Cohen) of Wynnewood, PA and their three children Rachel (Tiffany), Adam (Jordan), Alex (Deniz) and three great-grandchildren; his daughter Liz Krueger (John Seley) of New York City; and his daughter Abigail Bialer (Arthur Bialer) of Short Hills, NJ and their three children Hannah, Peter and Michael. Harvey outlived his son, Peter, who passed at age 32 in 1988. A funeral service will be held at Central Synagogue, 55th and Lexington, in Manhattan at 11am on Wednesday, April 26th. Contributions may be sent to: The Peter Krueger Center for Immunological Disorders at Mount Sinai/Beth Israel (philanthropy.mountsinai .org/donate or 212-659-8500), or any of the many organizations here and in Israel that he worked for and loved.

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Published in The New York Times on Apr. 25, 2017