Composition of the Board of Trustees
Chairman of the Board
former Mayor of Mörfelden-Walldorf
“For me personally, the encounter with the survivors of KZ Walldorf was the most affecting experience in my entire tenure of office…”
Deputy chairman of the Board
Her professional emphasis are international questions of restitution processes. During many years she had accompanied, along with Dr. Karl Brozik sel. A., the occupation with the history of KZ Walldorf.
Members of the Board
Son of Margit Horváth, a survivor of KZ Außenstelle Walldorf
former Journalist of Hessischer Rundfunk
For many people in the area covered by HR, Mrs. Holler personifies: unperturbed and extraordinary engagement for the civil rights of socially discriminated people. “That’s why I became a journalist” she uses to comment on this — as usual: briefly and precisely. She is accompanying the process of unraveling the history of KZ Walldorf since years.
director of comprehensive school Bertha-von-Suttner in Mörfelden-Walldorf
Employee of the Museum and the City Archive of Mörfelden
For many years she has been chairwoman of the parents’ committee of Bertha von Suttner School. “I was always very concerned about project tuition, linking school education and development of personality. My cause had been the improvement of general conditions for this purpose… “When my daughter graduated from school, I started to employ myself in a similar way for the city’s museum and especially for the occupation with the history of KZ Walldorf.”
Teacher at Liebig Gymanasium Frankfurt am Main
“The discussion on the NS era is forming a part of the main emphasis of my personal engagement since my years of study. It is my main concern to talk about the subject time and again with my students, and to keep an eye on the present at the same time.”
musician and music teacher
In the age of 22, during a visit to Buchenwald KZ Memorial, he discovered that there was a satellite KZ in his home town Mörfelden-Walldorf. At that time, in 1972, he was a member of DKP.
He and his two friends Jossy und Gerd started to investigate…and did not give up until a memorial stone was erected in March 1980. The three are still today working on projects of similar content.
Teacher at Freie Waldorfschule Frankfurt am Main
“I became a teacher since I enjoy to accompany and to support young people in their development, and to further them as far as I can… In this sense I am glad to be able to contribute in a constructive way to Margit Horváth Foundation…”
Head of the Centre for Survivors of Shoah and their families, Co-Worker of the Jewish Community in Frankfurt.
Prof. Dr. Arno Lustiger sel. A.