Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Profile: Casimir Funk


Go wild in the comments, Funk's relatives. And blame Miriam from Burbank for suggesting him.

1 comment:

  1. Are you referring to Desiree, the self-loathing Jew who married into a Gentile family? LOL! The same one who annoys webmasters by claiming that her grandfather was not Jewish? He may not have practiced his religion, but he was definitely born Jewish. As taken from another website: "Information elsewhere on the web contains the claim that Casimir Funk was not Jewish. This is incorrect (I wonder who could have possibly provided this incorrect info? LOL!!). Among the many references which describe Funk as having been Jewish is Who's Who in World Jewry 1965: A Biographical Dictionary of Outstanding Jews, edited by Harry Schneiderman and I.J. Carmin Karpman (McKay, New York, 1965, p. 417). This reference is particularly significant since all of the
    biographical profiles that it contains were based on data supplied by the profiled individuals themselves, and later approved by them." Instead of taking pride in her grandfather, who joins a long list of Jewish scientists and physicians who have shaped World culture & history, this despicable yenta continues to deny her paternal ancestry. Pathetic.