Warren Sufrin has lived in Pittsburgh for most of his life. After graduating high school in three years, he lived on a kibbutz in Israel for six months where he learned Hebrew and worked. He then attended Boston University, graduating with a business degree in management information systems. During his junior year, he again went to Israel, attending Hebrew University.
Warren worked in the information systems field for over 30 years. He is currently the Director of Information Technology at Jewish Family & Children’s Service in Pittsburgh. He also is an owner of Twin Property Solutions – a real estate business, involved in rentals and in improving neighborhoods by renovating run-down houses.
Warren met his wife, Adele, at the Pittsburgh JCC in 1985. They were married in 1987 and now have two sets of adult twin girls, Ilana and Rena, and Leah and Dana.
Warren is an active blood donor, having given over 100 pints of blood over the years. He has also run blood drives at Beth El multiple times, and hopes you’ll join him next time!
Warren has been involved in volunteer activities in the Pittsburgh community for many years. Most recently, he served as co-president of the Men’s Club at Beth El Congregation and has been the synagogue’s Recording Secretary, VP of Fundraising, VP of Education and VP of Administration. He is a former President of Bnai Zion, Pittsburgh Region and served on Bnai Zion’s national board. He is the former Campaign Chairman of the Tri-State Region of Israel Bonds. Warren also served on the board of Camp Ramah in Canada. And Warren has been active in the United Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, having served on their Board of Delegates and on their Overseas Funding Committee. Finally, Warren served as past Regional President of Tri-State Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC), the umbrella organization for our own Men’s Club, and served as a member of the international executive committee for FJMC.