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Albert B. Ratner was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He chose to enlist in the Army shortly after he graduated from high school in 1946. Ratner is a graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in forestry. He is an adjunct visiting professor for the Michigan State University Land Policy Institute. Ratner is well-known for his dedication, commitment, and involvement in Cleveland and as a leader in the Jewish community. He is a life trustee of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland. This interview is part of a series of interviews documenting the experience of leaders of the Jewish community in order to understand the development of the Jewish community and its role in the larger society.
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