If you know of another Ephraim who's active on the Internet but not listed here, please send me mail.
Jerry Garcia look-alike Ephraim Cohen is a computer programmer at R/Greenberg Associates. He has children, cats, and vast experience in computer graphics. (That's Jerry in the picture, not Ephraim.)
Cohen is a vice-president of Edelman Public Relations
Native Texan Ephraim Cuevas (EphCue on AOL) lives now in Colorado.
He's a mostly-retired research chemist with a wife, four grown
children, and a positive attitude: "Yes, I can."
Ephraim Fischbach is a member of the faculty at Purdue University.
Ephraim Fithian (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a professor emeritus of mathematics and computer science at Kutztown University, in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.
M.D., is a physician and research immunologist at the Oncology Center of
Johns Hopkins University. He hasn't
got a home page, but if he had, it would point up his interests in
sports, contract bridge, and the philosophy of science.
Gerstein, graduate of the University of Michigan, is now a student at
the University of Texas School of Law.
Ephraim Glinert is an associate professor of Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Ephraim Katz runs his
own small company, Katz Handasa Ba'am, in the town of Udim, Israel.
Ephraim S. Klein is
the owner of Coffeebreak Time, Inc., "which manufactures the
around." [His opinion; I don't drink it -- Ephraim V.] He and
his beautiful wife, Susan Lee, live on Long Island. His hobbies
and interests include Jewish
History, music, and
reading. He shares the name of Ephraim
with a cousin in Far
Rockaway and with his maternal great-grandfather, Ephraim Shmuel Adest.
Kruger, father of five, lives
in Red Deer, AB,
Canada. He works as a Computer Support Analyst for Chinook's
Edge School Division.
Lasar (EphraimL on AOL) is an architecture student at the Providence, Rhode Island. His family tree has other
Ephraims, including his great grandfather Efrom Bimberg and great
great grandfather Ephraim Kingsbury.
Twenty-seven year old Ephraim Lindenbaum is the youthful CEO of Broadcast Production Group, an international communications company. Ephraim has been a popular name in his family since Biblical times.
Ephraim McLean is Professor and George E. Smith Eminent Scholar at Georgia State University.
Dr. Ephraim Mizruchi is a professor emeritus of sociology at Syracuse University, known for his work on theoretical sociology, historical sociology, and deviant behavior. His academically inclined family starts with his wife, who teaches writing at Syracuse University, and includes a son teaching sociology at the University of Michigan, a daughter teaching American literature at Boston University, and a son-in-law teaching literature at Harvard University.
Culp Mower V comes from a long line of Ephraims. The original
Ephraim Culp Mower was in the Union Army during the American Civil War, while the current one works
in Information Technology at Konica Minolta and is the proud
father of two boys.
Ephraim Nimni is a professor of political science at the University of New South Wales, in Australia.
Ephraim Lee Ross is a
student at Red Bluff High
School, in Red
Bluff, California. (He can be reached there as s8eross@RBUHSD.K12.CA.US.) He's
very proud of our distinctive name.
Ephraim Salins can be reached through his Comcast account. Since retiring from
Montgomery Community College, he's active in softball, Scrabble,
bowling, reading, and genealogy. He and his wife Barbara
live in Maryland.
Retired now from North Carolina State University, Ephraim Schechter consults on outcomes assessment programs for colleges and universities.
Ephraim Schwartz (TR6R on AOL, 70751,3214 on Compuserve) is an avid motorcyclist, with two Triumphs. Professionally, he's hardware section editor for InfoWorld.
Ephraim Silverberg is a Unix programmer at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Ephraim Jackson Stockwell
III is a filmmaker who is currently residing in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvannia. He has lived all over the country in California, Utah,
Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, West Virgina, Iowa and in Pickering Ontario,
Canada. His homepage is http://www.aloomination.com.
Ephraim Sudit is a professor at the Rutgers Graduate School of Management.
Tabackman is a self-taught artist, musician, producer, and
technologist who lives in Efrat, Israel (near Bethlehem and Hebron),
with his wife Sigal and their children, Tzvi and Roni
Bat-Tzion. Originally named Aram, he added Peh ("mouth", for
words) and Yud ("hand", for deeds) to rename himself
Ephraim. "The idea was that I would be adding Words and Deeds of
Torah to my old name to make a new Jewish name!" Ephraim
homeschools his children and is the founder of The Israel Home Education
Association, whose web site he runs.
Ephraim Vishniac is the author of this
Zaks, although born in Scranton,
Pennsylvania in 1979, has now lived in Israel for half of his life. From
the third grade through the twelfth, he attended Chorev. Now he's a
member of the "Beit Yitzchak" shul, headed by Rabbi Aharon
Adler. He also belongs to the "Ezra" youth movement and
is a counselor in the settlement called "Mevo Modiim", which
was founded by followers of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. Coincident with
the name of Ephraim, he was born under the sign of Pisces, the fish.
As he points out, "the commandment to multiply and be fruitful
was given only to man & fish - Genesis Chap. I".