Omaha rabbi and Philanthropist Talks About Friendship With Warren Buffett

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Myer S. Kripke, Omaha rabbi and philanthropist, talks about investing with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Rabbi Kripke died in 2014 at age 100. This interview with UNO Professor Jeremy Lipschultz and friend Jenni Schlossman in 2011 at the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home focused on Kripke’s family friendship with the Buffett family.

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