Tanne, Clara (born Horwitz)

קלרה טנא (נולדה הורוביץ)
Clara Tanne (née Horwitz) was born on 1.3.1897 in Berlin and died in 1997 in Raanana, Israel. She studied at the social women's school, senior class in 1916/17, in 1926 at the Verein Jugendheim in Berlin-Charlottenburg, and in 1927 on a training course for health care in Munich (Israeli private home for the sick). She also headed a Jewish Heilpädagogik (remedial education) home for children in Bad Duerrheim as of 1925 (together with Bettina Falk). She emigrated in 1939 to Palestine. Clara was married to Shmuel Tanne, who established a farm in Raanana after their immigration, and they had 4 children. Clara worked and lived in Raanana, helped on the family farm and was a nurse, a mid-wife and a social worker. She also took part in the community synagogue of German Jews in Raanana. In 1994 she received an honorary prize from Raanana city council.
Was married to Shmuel Tene, who established a farm in Raanana after their immigration. they had four children.
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