Tantleff, Berkey and Hutter family to be honored by Israel Bonds at 75th anniversary event

Deb Tantleff of TANTUM Real Estate, Mitch Berkey of Chiesa, Shahinian & Giantomasi and Lindsey & Jared Hutter of Aptitude Development will be honored by Israel Bonds during a 75th anniversary celebration of Israel on Sept. 13 at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston.

Tantleff, the founding principal of TANTUM, will be given the Golda Meir Award.

Deb Tantleff. (File photos)

Berkey, a senior partner who chairs the Real Estate Group at CSG Law, will receive the Commerce & Industry Division Shimon Peres Leadership Award.

Jared Hutter, the co-founder and principal of Aptitude Development, and Lindsey Hutter, a personal shopper and wardrobe stylist, will get the L’Dor V’Dor Award for leadership.

Tickets and sponsorship for the evening, which will feature a ceremony recognizing each honoree followed by a celebratory cocktail reception with music by the Avi Maza Orchestra, will cost $200 per person ($100 for Young Investors Society members).

Tickets and sponsorships are available by contacting either Noah Marcus at noah.marcus@israelbonds.com, or Danielle Ross at danielle.ross@israelbonds.com.

Mitch Berkey.

Berkey said he was humbled to receive an award.

“I am truly honored to be recognized by Israel Bonds together with my friends Deb Tantleff and Jared and Lindsey Hutter,” he said. “The Israel Bonds team works tirelessly to support the state of Israel and I’m proud to be part of this great cause.”

Development Corp. for Israel/Israel Bonds has been recognized as one of Israel’s most valued economic and strategic resources for over 70 years.

Praised for its dependability, the Israel Bonds organization has touched the lives of every Israeli citizen and has helped build every sector of Israel’s economy. As a nonpartisan organization, Israel Bonds’ investors comprise people from all political opinions who have joined together with only one focus in mind — to foster unconditional support for Israel.

Sales of Israel bonds in the U.S. have surpassed the $1 billion mark each year for the last decade, with over 115 local governments including states, counties, cities and municipalities, and 28 state treasurers investing over $5 billion in Israel bonds since inception.

Israel bonds are investments with an exemplary record of reliability, with principal and interest paid in full and on time. Proceeds from the sale of Israel bonds have played a decisive role in Israel’s rapid evolution into a groundbreaking, global leader in high-tech, green tech and biotech.

Israel bonds are meaningful investments, serving as a symbolic connection with Israel and the people of Israel around the world, and can be utilized to diversify portfolios, add stability to IRAs, provided as gifts and donated to charitable organizations.