Rich is originally from Wayland, MA, and Lorna is from New Lebanon, NY. They now reside in Hingham with their daughter Grace and son Andrew.
Rich has been working for sixteen years in sales at Iron Mountain. Lorna worked for many years at Institute for Healthcare Improvement, planning educational conferences and company events. She is currently an at home Mom, and an active volunteer at the South Shore Art Center. Grace enjoys soccer, tennis and basketball. Andrew loves baseball, and would like to play hockey. Both kids love art, biking and soaking up the sun at the beach. Grace is enrolled in the religious school’s second grade and Andrew is in the Pre-K program.
Rich is a lifelong Boston sports fan and has converted Lorna to the point where she now yells at the TV with the same enthusiasm. Rich also plays golf whenever he has a chance, and Lorna loves yoga. They both have varied musical tastes, from Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and Bruce Springsteen, all the way to Pavarotti. The family really enjoys the beach, sailing, kayaking, and time spent with friends. Family board games are an all season happening.
Rich and Lorna both volunteer in Hingham activities, Rich as a Hingham Gals basketball coach for Grace’s team, and Lorna at the SSAC (South Shore Art Center), the Hingham Women’s Club, as well as various school activities for the kids.
They heard about Sha’aray Shalom by researching temples on the South Shore before moving from Newton. Having a Jewish community for their children is important to the Rich and Lorna. They are very happy to be new members of the Temple and look forward to becoming more active in the CSS Community.
A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE NEWMAN FAMILY!