David Feldheim grew up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, celebrating his Bar Mitzvah and Confirmation at Park Synagogue, a Conservative Synagogue. He received a B.A. from American University, School of International Service, and a Law Degree from NYU Law School. David and his wife, Andrea, who is from Philadelphia, were classmates at NYU Law School, and later settled in Philadelphia. "It was bashert, because my Mom often said that I would be a Philadelphia lawyer! (I think that means she thought I was glib!!)" David clerked for a Common Pleas Judge after Law School; worked in-house for Sunoco for 25 years; and then opened his own private law practice in 1998. The Feldheims belonged to Congregation Or Ami, a Reform Synagogue, for 36 years before moving to LA. David was active at Or Ami, including as President, 1987-89, and in the Bar of Montgomery County, serving on the Board, the Executive Committee, the Bar Foundation and as Chair of the Business, Banking and Corporate Law Committee for 15 years. He still has a corporate legal practice based in Pennsylvania. David and Andrea moved to LA in 2016 to be near kids and grandkids. David says that move to LA has been a "seismic" change. He enjoys exploring LA, film, theater and travel. David reports that the Clergy at Temple Isaiah are incredible, and that he and Andrea have met many great congregants. Friday night services and Saturday morning Torah Study at Temple Isaiah are a source of comfort a central part of every week. "The Village is the icing on the cake, allowing us to meet many people whose friendship we treasure and to explore the various issues associated with aging."