Grover, Warren 1938–

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Grover, Warren 1938–

PERSONAL: Born March 26, 1938, in Newark, NJ; son of Sidney (a lawyer) and Edith (a clerk and stenographer; maiden name, Glazer) Grover; married December 23, 1964; wife's name, Andrea (a professor); children: Owen. Education: New York University, A.M. and M.A. Politics: "Independent." Religion: Jewish.

ADDRESSES: Home—10 Alan Dr., Short Hills, NJ 07078. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Newark College of Engineering, Newark, NJ, instructor in history, 1962–66; MDM Technologies, Elizabeth, NJ, president, 1966–96. Chair of West Grange Democratic Party, 1985–91, and Democratic State Committee, 1991–94. Metrowest United Jewish Appeal, affiliate of agencies, including Circle (past chair), Campaign Cabinet, Federation Board, Jewish Community Housing Corp., and Jewish Population Study Committee; Yivo Institute for Jewish Research, member of board of directors; board member, New Jersey Jewish News.

MEMBER: New Jersey Historical Society (member of board of directors), Jewish Historical Society of Metrowest (president, 1998–2002), Newark History Society (cofounder; member of board of directors).

WRITINGS:

Nazis in Newark, Transaction Publishers (Somerset, NJ), 2003.

Contributor to periodicals, including New Jersey Italian Tribune.

ADAPTATIONS: The book Nazis in Newark is the basis for a documentary film to be released in 2004.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on the immigration law of 1924.