The Dr. Alfred and Mrs. Lisl Schick Memorial Fund
The Florida Holocaust Museum and Community Mourns the Loss of Holocaust Survivor Alice “Lisl” Schick
Dr. Alfred and Mrs. Lisl Schick were Holocaust survivors whose families both escaped Vienna, Austria and made new lives in America, where they met and married in 1949. They raised four children in Clearwater, where they were active leaders and donors with many community and national organizations – in particular, The Florida Holocaust Museum. Their loving family is proud to honor their enduring legacy of education, kindness, generosity, and service.
*Please note: Those who wish to mail in donations please make checks payable to “The Florida Holocaust Museum” and notate “Dr. Alfred and Mrs. Lisl Schick Memorial Fund” in the memo line.
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