|Seymour Adelman’s association with Daughtors of Miriam dates from the time he was an orphan at 13 to living at the center today with his wife, Rhoda.|
Life takes us to new and unfamiliar places and can also go full circle. With that in mind, Seymour Adelman of Bloomfield decided to move to Daughters of Miriam Center/The Gallen Institute, a long-term and subacute care facility in Clifton. At 13, he moved to the center, then called Daughters of Miriam Home for Aged and Orphans, and lived with 15 teens. After graduating high school, he joined the Navy, serving in World War II, married, and returned to Bloomfield and Passaic. Today, he and his wife, Rhoda, share a room at the Daughters of Miriam Center, a place that has played a significant role in his life.