Merisa- Berkshires; Asher- New England: An unexpected match!
Ramah couples celebrate simchas every year and we would love to celebrate you! Ramah marriages can be defined in many ways; whether you met your spouse at camp, or simply married another Ramahnik from a different camp, your Ramah matrimony is something special! There are more than six decades worth of wonderful stories. To have your Ramah marriage listed on our website please submit your story.
Zachary Seiden & Julia Keltz met in 1996 at Camp Ramah Berkshires and were married in 2008.
We met at a Berkshires alumni reunion. Yuval had been a camper and staff member at Berkshires and Nyack. I attended with a group of friends.
Steven Seiden and Aviva Queen Seiden met in 2000 at Camp Ramah Berkshires and were married in 2005.
We actually met during a course together but didn’t get to know each other until the summer. One day one of the staff members told me that Zip had her eye on me.
I first saw Jeff on the steps of JTS leaning on his guitar.We were on our way to Camp Ramah in the Berkshires for the Mador program just out of high school.
We met at the Camp Ramah Berkshires Memorial Day singles weekend, 1998. For me, Ted, it was love at first sight. At Oneg Shabbat, I saw her across the room.
I attended Berkshires, but Dan is actually a Ramah Wisconsin alumni.
Ramah in Wisconsin, Ontario, the Berkshires and on Seminar gave me a love for Shabbat, Israeli dancing, and the best Conservative Judaism has to offer. I knew that I wanted to live Ramah 24/7. When I remet a Ramah Seminar peer while Israeli dancing at MIT, shared values and experience led to love and marriage.
Craig Gittleman & Stacy Cooper Gittleman met in 1985 at Camp Ramah Berkshires and were married in 1994.