Irving Schottenstein, a former president of the Jewish federation of Columbus, Ohio, died at 75. Schottenstein, who died Feb. 11, served as president of the Columbus federation from 1984 to 1991, the longest-serving president in the federation’s history. He also was a co-founder of M/I Homes, one of largest home builders in the United States.
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