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Frank Fritz Weinberg
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1961

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(born Jun-19-1927, died Nov-03-2010, 83 years old) Germany (federation/nationality United States of America)

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1. H A Buczko vs F F Weinberg  1-018196162nd US OpenC44 King's Pawn Game

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  Tabanus: California Chess News, June - July 1948:

<Formation at San Francisco of the Bay Area Chess League. On April 25th last, representatives of seven chess clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area met and ratified a constitution ... Mr Frank Weinberg of the "Y" Chess Club acted as secretary.>

Chess Herald, Vol. 3, No. 8, 1968:
<Valley Of The Moon Chess Festival Results ... The various section winners were: ... <Frank Weinberg, Oakland;> ...>

San Francisco Chronicle, 19 Nov. 2010:

<Frank F. Weinberg Died November 2, 2010 at the age of 83. Frank was born in Germany, and his family escaped the Nazi's by fleeing to Shanghai, China. After the war, Frank came to Oakland, where he met his beloved wife, Irene. They were married almost 55 years. Frank was a wonderful man. Besides having a brilliant mind, he was kind, generous, and honorable. He was a magnificent husband, a loving father to his three children: Margaret, Rachel (Daniel Stahl) and Jonathan (Iditt), and he dearly loved his grandchildren: Tamara and Gabriela Stahl; Ben, Noah, and Emma Weinberg. Frank was well-educated in Judaism. He served as cantor at Temple Israel in Alameda for many years. Later, he joined Temple Beth Abraham, in Oakland. There he served as president of the congregation, participated in, and often led services. Professionally, Frank was a professor of accounting at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, where he taught for over 50 years. He enjoyed teaching, and he was a mentor to many people. He also had a private practice for over 40 years. If you wish to make a donation in Frank's memory, please make it to the Weinberg Scholarship Fund at Golden Gate University, 536 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94105.>

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