Alexander Gurevitch Scholarship Fund
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 04:28PM

This fund was established to honor Alexander Gurevitch, who served as an Officer of The Attorney-CPA Foundation for many years and was past president of the American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants. The funds can be used for anything the board chooses such as scholarships, education and other purposes. Principal and income can be used.

A $2,500 scholarship is awarded every year in memory of Al to a student at Brooklyn Law School based on academic record, interest in law and accounting, extra-curricular involvement and community service.

About Alexander Gurevitch

Al graduated with a degree in accounting from New York University in 1951. After serving in the Navy, he went full time to Brooklyn Law School after being discharged in 1954 and graduated in 3 years and ranked 6th in his class. After graduating law school in 1957, he passed the Bar and worked for a CPA firm while studying and passing the CPA exam. Al worked in New York state until his death in October 1997. He also did lectures on Princess Cruises before his death; his topic was Wealth Preservation.


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