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Neal Schindler
Neal Schindler

A native of Detroit, Neal Schindler has lived in the Pacific Northwest for more than 12 years. He has held staff positions at Seattle Weekly and The Seattle Times and was a freelance writer for Jew-ish.com from 2007 to 2011.

Schindler was raised in a Reconstructionist Jewish congregation and is now member of Spokane’s Reform congregation, Emanu-El.

He graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2013 with a master’s degree in counseling and currently works as an individual and family therapist. His interests include movies, Scrabble, and ping-pong. He lives with his wife and two cats in West Central Spokane.

Neal Schindler
Neal Schindler
A native of Detroit, Neal Schindler has lived in the Pacific Northwest since 2002. He has held staff positions at Seattle Weekly and The Seattle Times and was a freelance writer for Jew-ish.com from 2007 to 2011. Schindler was raised in a Reconstructionist Jewish congregation and is now a member of Spokane's Reform congregation, Emanu-El. He is the director of Spokane Area Jewish Family Services. His interests include movies, Scrabble, and indie rock. He lives with his wife, son, and two cats in West Central Spokane.

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