Rabbi Zalman and Mashie Frankel were recently appointed as shluchim to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where they will teach at the Bader Hillel Academy and run Chabad House programming.
By Anash.org reporter
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will be getting new shluchim with the recent appointment of Rabbi Zalman and Mashie (nee Marcus) Frankel, who will be moving to the city in a short while.
The most populous city in Wisconsin and the fifth-largest city in the Midwestern United States, Milwaukee is home to thousands of Yidden, and an empire of Chabad institutions, under the leadership of Wisconsin Head Shliach Rabbi Yisroel Shmotkin.
The city also boasts the Bader Hillel Academy, where over 170 children receive a comprehensive Judaic and secular studies education thanks to the dedicated staff.
The new shluchim come from backgrounds uniquely fitting for their new roles. Zalman grew up in Los Angeles, California, where his parents serve as shluchim. His father, Rabbi Simcha Frankel has served as a teacher at Cheder Menachem of LA for decades, and Zalman grew up with an appreciation for chinuch and shlichus.
Mashie grew up on shlichus in Mission Viejo, CA, where her parents Rabbi Zalman and Bassie Marcus head the Chabad Jewish Center of Mission Viejo.
Rabbi Zalman and Mashie will be joining the staff at the Bader Hillel Academy, helping the school grow and teach even more Jewish children about their heritage. Zalman will also be running citywide Chabad programs of Lubavitch of Wisconsin, especially before and during yomim tovim and special events.