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In 1973, when then-33-year-old Jimmy Delshad was sitting in Sinai Temple, he asked his father-in-law, "Who's that man sitting next to the rabbi on the bimah?"
"That's the president of the synagogue," his father-in-law replied. "But don't worry. That will never happen to you."