Porges (b. Cajle - Slovakia 1843, d.1931) married Hermine
(Mina) Koch (Cajle - Slovakia, b. 1844, d.1907) (photo)
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Porges (b. Cajle - Slovakia 1843, d.1931)
married Hermine (Mina) Koch (Cajle - Slovakia, b. 1844, d.1907)(photo)
Fanny Porges (b. 18xx, d. holocaust), married a lawyer in Budapest
Hungary. They had 2 children. Fanny
and her husband were murdered in public during the Holocaust.
Their bodies were thrown into the Danube.
Porges (b. Zohor Hungary 1886, d. Boston 1965) married Yetta(aka
Jetta ,probably Henrietta) Feldbauer (b. 18xx, d. 1965).
He was a cabinet maker in Boston. (photo) Source
: Julie Klas (2013)
Irving Porges (b. 09/02/1912 Massachussetts, d. 12/21/2012),
Lives in Peabody Mass. (photo)
Denise Porges (b. 1937) married Gould, in Swampscott, Mass. Albert Harold Porges (b. 07/02/1939 Massachussetts, d. 02/28/2014)
married 1 Eugenia T IV Copeland 1958 divorced 1970,
married2 Ann Bonasera, married 3 Lydia M. D'Eramo (b. 20/07/1955)
(Lydia is Albert's 3rd wife).
Hair Stylist for 48 years(owner of The Looking Glass Salon),
and Avid gun collector for 48 years and later I became
a gun dealer of high quality collectible guns. I have always
had a passion for motorcycles. Ariel Square One was one
of the unique ones I had. Also love Porsche.
Exotic Cat Breeder and Director of the Endangered
Species Conservation Federation for 4 years. Avid Harley
Davidson rider and avid Gun collector and Dealer in Fine
Update 2009 : I raised Snow Leopards and was International
Director of the Engangered Species Conservation Federation
(LIOC) for 8 years.
I worked with all types of Endangered Species and had my
own compound of 7 animals give or take at any one time.
I have finally retired from the working with Exotic Felines.
Scottt L. C. Porges (b. 1958) lives
in Wayland, Ma, owner of American Motorcycles
: Kelli Porges Eugenia T V Porges (b. 1960) lives
in Provincetown and is an artist in residence at
Tristan Gallery. In Truro (2010).
Keith A. M. Porges (b. 1964) lives in W. Bridgewater MA
and owns Advance Motors Children
: Kyle Porges, Keith Porges, Matthew Porges
Source : Albert H. Porges (2004, 2009)
Gigi Porges (b. ?, d. ?)
Gerald E. Porges (b. ?, d. ?) lives in Colorado
Armin Porges (b. New York 1913, d. Florida 2002) (photo)
He was in the auto parts recycling business. He served in
married Becky Strachman (b. Mass. 1918, d. Florida 1997).
family moved from Massachussets to Florida in 1952.
Ann Lois Porges (b. Mass. 1948), attorney, married Phil
Dodson, lives in Macon Georgia
Paul David Porges (b. Brockton Mass. 1952) married Susan
Cone (b. Cleveland Ohio 1957). He is V.P. of a commercial
construction company. She is an artist specialized in calligraphy
and illustration. She also designs Ketubots. They live in
Adam Matthew Porges (b. 1984)
Alexa Jill Porges (b. 1990)
Hermina (Minna) Porges (b. Flint Mich.1916, d. Needham 14/12/2008) (photo)
married Charles Winter (d. Boston 17/07/2010). Lived in Needham
: Donna, Ruth (son : Jonathan Carey), Frank, June and Mark
Irene Porges (b. Reed City Mich. 1918) (photo)
married David Bloomberg. Lives in Clearwater Florida.
Eva Porges (b. Hyde Park Mass. 1920, d. 1934 of ruptured appendix)
Simon Porges(b. ?,d.?)
Salomon (Samuel) Porges (Town Zohor - Bratislava - Slovakia,
b. 26/11/1875, d. 30/03/1959) Photo
Spitzer of Vienna (Sastin Czech, b. 29/01/1879, d.20/06/1965).
Spitzers are mentioned in the family tree of Heinrich
in the Hungarian army for Franz Joseph.
Migrated to Boston USA where he was a fruit and produce peddler.
to New Brunswick NJ in 1925
Dr Nandor Porges (b. 04/1902, d.04/1959) (see
Pauline Steinberg (b.09/1905, d.06/1957),
of Blanche Hindus and Louis Steinberg.
P. was a research biochemist for the US Dept of Agriculture.
Arnold B. Porges (DDS) (Presburg - Hungary, b. 05/02/1932)
Eileen Kleiman ( b. 04/06/1936)
Dr Stephanie Porges M.D. (b. 17/08/1963)
married Dr Eric Wolfson
Nicole Shaina Wolfson (b. 03/93)
Jennifer Lee Porges (?, b. 26/06/1965)
Gregory Ian Porges (?, b. 12/08/1967)
Marisa Lynn Porges (?, b. 09/1978)
Dr Barbara Porges ( b. 19/11/1936, d. 19/06/2012)
school principal in Philadelphia), married Burt Cohen (b.
Paul Cohen (b. 15/03/58, d. 19/08/91)
married Kelli Dietrich (b. 20/11/1958)
Madeleine Elizabeth Dietrich (b. 19/01/1990)
Joshua Cohen (b. 08/03/1961)
Josephine Porges (b. 10/03/1905) married Joseph Sathan (b.
1905, d. 1983)
Robert Sathan (b. 1928) married Rhoda Stern, 2 children
Anita Sathan (b. 1929) married David Monyek, 2 sons
Walter Porges (b. 15/11/1906, d. 01/12/1986)
Rella Dorothy Nagy (b. 20/12/1910, d. 22/08/2003)
Dr Roberta Porges Japka (b. 15/10/1933)
Jay B. Japka (b. 1954) married Angie Japka, daughter Jessica
was born in Brooklyn NYC, but weaned in Highland Park,
NJ which some may say is a distant suburb of NYC (how
ya doin). After school I went exploring the USA. I ended
my exploration in Los Angeles (yo dude) were I worked
selling photographic supplies at a variety of camera stores.
This lead to an opportunity as a field technician for
a major photographic company in Dallas, TX (Howdy partner).
For the next 16 years I honed my selling skills of photographic
and video equipment till Norm and Evan pulled me from
my humdrum life. I moved to Modesto in spring of 1996
for the second half of my life. I have a wonderful bride
(Angie) and I have a beautiful daughter (Jessica) two
cats and dog. I'm an endorphin junkie (sometimes needed
at Prime Shine) and am proud to say I've finished over
100 triathlons including the Ironman in Hawaii."
David E. Japka (b. 1956) married Dorathy Compra Japka,
children Jillian and Eric
Jonathan R. Japka (b. 1958) married Lynne A. Eichenlaub
1958), 1 daughter Alexis Kathleen Japka (b 29/06/1996)
Janice Japka Carl (b. 1958) Married/Divorced Fred Carl,
daughter Michelle Carl
Left to right, Jay Japka, Modesto CA, David Japka, Hollywood CA, Janice Japka
Carl, Winter Haven FL, Jonathan Japka, Cherry Hill NJ
Edward "Ned" Porges (b. 22/02/1941) married
1974-1994, married 2008(second wife) Phyllis Herzog, elementary
special education teacher. Retired Professor Emeritus Wash.
State Univ. and Highline College Seattle WA., College of
Busn., Department Chair: Hospitality and Tourism Mngt.
1995-present(2007), real estate agent and investor with Century
Enjoys home brewed beer and motorcycle touring )
Benjamin Porges (b. 01/07/1978), in Seattle, software
technician (2007) Bethany Porges (b. 09/06/1983), graduate Simmons College
Boston now in San Jose, CA (2007) David Nandor Porges (b. 09/12/1985), 3rd year @ Northeastern
Univ. Boston (2007) Jason Eli Porges (b. 09/12/1985), 3rd year student
@ Northeastern Univ. Boston (2007)
Norman Porges (b. 23/10/1942) divorced Wilma Gertz
was born in New York City and completed my higher education
at the University of Denver. I started out in corporate
America, traveling the country solving business problems
for Fortune 100 companies such as Squibb Pharmaceutical
and Beatrice Foods. The tenth move in my 20-year business
career was to Modesto to manage a large frozen food distribution
and storage facility. I opened the first Prime Shine in
1991 after vowing to “change the way people think
about car washing”. I continue to live in Modesto
and enjoy good food and wine, extensive travel, and that
occasional round of golf. " http://www.primeshine.com/
Ronna Porges ( b. 27/12/1967) married Cary Large
Evan Porges ( b. 30/07/1969)
" I was born in Chicago, raised in both Los Angeles
and Modesto and then went to college in Tempe, Arizona.
Through college I enjoyed a multitude of jobs including
fast order cook, retail sales at Sears, and delivering
furniture for one of Phoenix’s premier furniture
companies. After graduating from Arizona State University
with a degree in Political Science in 1991, I joined a
small start up company called Prime Shine Express. Over10
years later, I am proud to have been a vital part of a
great team who have conceptualized and created the Prime
Shine system." http://www.primeshine.com/
Frederick Porges (Cambridge Mass, b. 29/07/1908, d. 28/09/2006)
married Anna Berkow
Judith Porges Hollander (b. 02/20/1942) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
in Psychiatric-Mental Health nursing,
University School of nursing
Michael Hollander (b. 09/30/1964),
in Mathematics, University of Washington
Emmett John Hollander (b. 01/05/1968)
Eric Porges (b. 27/07/1980)
Seth Porges is a New York-based writer. His work has appeared
in dozens of publications, including Men’s Health,
Men’s Journal, PC Magazine, and BusinessWeek. (2007,
Ralph Porges (b. 01/1912) married Gertrude Aronson (d.) and
Ronald Porges ( b. 10/1945) married Judy Goetz
Norman Porges (b. 10/1950) married Robin Field
Gerald Scott Porges (b. 11/1983)
Kimberly Ann Porges (b. 02/1986)
Mina Porges (b. 13/09/1913, d. 26/03/2007) married Frank
Schoenbrunn (d.) and Larry Meyer (d.),
: Marylin (b. 14/7/1941) married William Rix (they have four
30/05/1954) married Roger Broyles (they have one daughter)
Rosalie Porges (b. 28/10/1915) married sigfried Marx. Son
Richard d. 1956.
Daughter Barbara married Arnold Tracy, they have three daughters.
David W. Porges (b. 15/10/1917, d. 20/01/1988) married Lillian
Kuker (b. 24/12/1921, d. 08/15/2001)
Russell E. Porges (b. 04/05/1948) lives in Massachussets,
1972 Ellen S. Liebson (b. 02/03/1950). Live in Mount Laurel,
of Inventory and Logistics CardioNet Inc Conshohocken,
works for Social Security Administration, Cherry Hill,
NJ (update 03/2007)
E. Porges (b. 31/03/1980) works for Xenith LLC, married
to Lindsey Borr, independent educator. They
live in Natick, MA(2011)
"We are also avid wine collectors and I am a long time
K. Porges (b. 18/3/1950)
married Kathryn Boxer (b. 05/09/1950). Live in Boynton
Partner at Porges & Lorah, CPA.
Matthew S. Porges (b. 08/01/1978) lives in Astoria, NY.
"I am an attorney who has been practicing employment litigation
for more than four years. My experience includes conducting
depositions, drafting trial court briefs and appellate
briefs, drafting complaints, negotiating settlements, and
representing clients at mediation, arbitration, and trial.
I have represented clients in state and federal courts
and before state and federal agencies, including the EEOC
and the New York State Division of Human Rights.
I have also handled cases in the areas of federal civil rights, defamation, commercial
law, trusts and estates, and landlord-tenant.
I was co-counsel in Fishman v. TBTA, in which a jury in the Southern
District of New York found for my client on the client's federal, state, and
city claims of religious discrimination and retaliation. The jury returned a
verdict of $735,000 plus back pay and costs and fees.
For more, please
see http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/30/nyregion/30tunnel.html In addition, I recently tried a federal employment law case almost entirely
by myself, including giving the opening and closing statements and handling all
direct examinations and cross examinations. " (Source : Matthew Porges,
Jonathan T. Porges (b. 18/11/1981) lives in Boynton
Sources : Dr
Barbara Porges Cohen (Huntingdon Valley PA), Dr Arnold B.
Porges (Penn Valley PA), Frederick Porges (Miami FL), 1993,
Stephen Porges (Maryland) 2000, Susan Cone (Susie Porges)
Porges Rubin 2007, Mariann Gràber (Hungary)
2007, Matthew Porges (2009)
the Adolf Porges family
Top row: Father Samuel Porges
holding Rosalie, mother Helene Spitzer, Josie, Nandor
Bottom row: Walter (father of Edward "Ned"
Porges), Ralph, Mina, Fred. (Not yet born, David)
Boston ca 1915
Source : Edward "Ned" Porges
(1843-1931) and Mina (1844-1907) Porges
(1886,1965) and Jetta (18xx,1965) Porges
Porges & Jetta Porges
with their children : Armin, Minna, Irene & Irvin
(a.k.a. Irving) Porges
W. Porges , Ph. D.
General Research Area:
physiological basis for individual differences in cognitive
and affective processing.
Areas of Student Supervision:
mechanisms related to individual differences in emotional and
behavioral regulation, psychopathology.
Porges, S.W. (1995). Orienting
in a defensive world: Mammalian modifications of our evolutionary
A Polyvagal Theory. Psychophysiology,32, 301-318.
Porges, S. W. ( 1997). Emotion: An evolutionary by-product of
the neural regulation of the autonomic nervous system. In C.
S. Carter, B. Kirkpatrick, & I. I. Lederhendler (Eds.),
The integrative neurobiology of affiliation, Annals of the New
York Academy of Sciences.
Porges is the author of the following patent :
and Apparatus for Evaluating Rhythmic Oscillations in Aperiodic
Physiological Response Systems.
Patent Number: 4,510,944. April 16, 1985.
In 2001, Stephen W. Porges and his
wife Sue Carter moved to Chicago to head the Center for Developmental
Psychobiology at the University of Illinois in Chicago (UIC).
CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
UIC has created a new
interdisciplinary research unit called the Center for Developmental
Psychobiology to explore mind-body interactions through
the life-span. Stephen Porges and C. Sue Carter, world-renowned
researchers in the field, joined UIC this month and will
serve as co-directors
Part of UIC's
Institute for Juvenile Research, the center will be an intellectual
magnet for scientists interested in social behavior, behavioral
pathology, developmental disorders and emotional regulation
from several disciplines, including endocrinology, neuro-anatomy,
neurobiology, psychiatry and psychology. For Porges and
Carter, who are married to one another, the establishment
of the center at UIC fulfills their career-long goal of
creating an interdisciplinary research center with talented
colleagues who share their dedication to studying neuro-biological
models of social behavior and translating this knowledge
into treatment strategies for clinical populations.
behavioral sciences have long tried to explain and treat
such urgent clinical problems as autism, post-traumatic
stress disorder, rage, conduct disorders and attention-deficit
disorders. "Unfortunately, we still do not understand the
causal mechanisms underlying these disorders," Porges said.
"We know little about the factors that make one individual
vulnerable and another resilient. Treatments based on behavioral,
psychological and pharmacological models have had limited
success but have fallen far short of the ideal."
model is needed that incorporates our understanding of human
neurobiology and how neuro-biological states mediate and
regulate behavior and the range of psychological experiences,
Porges said. The new center's research will focus on applying
neuro-biological principles and knowledge in developing
explanations and treatments for dysfunctional behavior.
Carter are real stars in the world of psychobiology," said
Dr. Joseph Flaherty, head of psychiatry. "They and their
research expand the collective research efforts here in
uncovering the mechanisms that govern human behavior and
well-being. Their work will bring significant contributions
to a bio-psycho-social model of understanding the development
of normal and pathological behavior."
and Carter come from the University of Maryland, where Porges
was chair of the department of human development and director
of the Institute for Child Study and Carter was a distinguished
university professor in the department of biology. Porges
has been active in several national and international professional
organizations. He has served as president of the Society
for Psycho-physiological Research and is currently the president
of the Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive
Studies, a consortium of 20 prominent research-oriented
societies. He is a fellow of several divisions of the American
Psychological Association and a charter fellow of the American
been awarded numerous research grants from organizations
such as the National Institute of Mental Health, the National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the Maternal
and Child Health Bureau of the Federal Human Resources Service
Administration, the Unicorn Children's Foundation and Cure
Autism Now. He currently has a grant from the National Institute
of Mental Health to study the neurobiology of social development
in children. He has been awarded a patent for a methodology
that enables the dynamic assessment of the neural regulation
of the heart. The methodology is being used in more than
100 laboratories worldwide. Porges is currently conducting
research on a new biologically based behavioral intervention
designed to enhance the social behavior of autistic children.
He has written or contributed to more than 200 academic
journal articles and publications.
has focused on the biology of attachment behavior, particularly
in relation to hormones like oxytocin. In addition to her
ongoing research supported by the National Institutes of
Health, Carter is writing a book on the biology of monogamy.
Carter is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement
of Science and the International Society for Behavioral
Neuroscience. She is a member of the Animal Behavior Society,
the International Academy of Sex Research, the International
Society of Psycho-neuro-endocrinology, the International
Society for Neuro-endocrinology and the Society for Neurosciences.
She has received
grants from the National Science Foundation and the Rockefeller
Foundation, and currently directs a large program project
grant sponsored by the National Institute of Child Health
and Human Development that examines the developmental consequences
of oxytocin. Carter has written or contributed to more than
200 academic journal articles and publications.
adopts new psychobiology unit
Feb. 27, 2001
By Marco Caicedo, Staff Writer
Two top researchers of the psycho-social sciences soon will
begin their work at the newly created Developmental Psychobiology
Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The husband-and-wife team of Dr. Stephen Porges and Dr.
C. Sue Carter, co-directors of the center, will research
mind and body interactions starting in the fall. The center
will be part of the Institute for Juvenile Research, a branch
of the psychiatry department at UIC located on the west
"Porges and Carter are real stars in the world of psychobiology,"
said Joseph Flaherty, head of the department of psychiatry.
"They and their research expand the collective research
efforts here in uncovering the mechanisms that govern human
behavior and well-being. Their work will bring significant
contributions to a bio-psychosocial model of understanding
the development of normal and pathological behavior,"
The center is an interdisciplinary research unit that integrates
the psychosocial and biological sciences. Researchers will
investigate basic biological processes, seek to understand
behavioral disorders and create a treatment mechanism that
can be applied in real clinical subjects.
"We are trying to merge with different departments
and work on problems such as behaviors and its psychological,
social and even physiological factors," Flaherty said.
Research on autism, schizophrenia and attention deficit
disorders are among future plans at the center.
Porges, also president of the Federation of Behavioral,
Psychological and Cognitive Studies, said the center will
have its own location in the Juvenile Research Center that
will include laboratories and offices.
Various scientists from research institutions such as Northwestern
University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
and UIC will work at the center.
Porges said UIC is a strategic location for the center because
of its proximity to the Illinois medical district, which
includes the UIC Medical Center, the West Side Veteran's
Administration Hospital and Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's
Treatment mechanisms researched at the center might eventually
be practiced at the UIC hospital, he said.
Biology, psychology and human development are among UIC
departments that will work in conjunction with the research
program, Porges said. Graduate students with excellent academic
standing will be hired to work at the laboratories and internships
for undergraduates are not out of the question.
Porges has been awarded various research grants from organizations
such as the National Institute of Child Health and the Maternal
and Child Health Bureau of the Federal Human Resources.
He most recently was awarded a grant from the National Institute
of Mental Health to study neurobiology of social development.
The center will be fully funded by grants obtained by Porges
and Carter from the National Institute of Health.
Carter has focused her professional research on the biology
of attachment behavior. She is writing a book on monogamy
that seeks to explain how some hormones cause breaking bonds
between mothers and their children during adolescence.
: Chicago Flame, The Independent Student Newspaper at the
University of Illinois at Chicago
retired Professor Emeritus Wash. State Univ. and
Highline College Seattle WA., College of Busn.,Department
Chair: Hospitality and Tourism Mngt.
1995-present (2007)real estate agent and investor with Century
21. Enjoys home brewed beer and motorcycle touring
and sharing his life with Phyllis Herzog, elementary special ed teacher.
Porges Children, Seattle
Top to bottom, left to right
Jason, Benjamin, David & Bethany
Porges is the owner of Prime Shine Express Car Washes, with
several locations throughout California's central valley.
Porges runs the carwashes with his son, Evan, who is the
general manager, and daughter, Ronna, who handles quality
In 1984, after 20 years of traveling the country for Fortune
100 companies, Porges settled in Modesto, Calif. as West
Coast vice president of a cold storage distribution company.
Porges opened the first Prime Shine Express location in
Porges is a supporter of the arts and believes in contributing
to the educational needs of the community. He has served
on the boards of the Rotary Club, Modesto Symphony, Modesto
Chamber of Commerce, California State University, Stanislaus
and Del Rio Country Club. Some of the many distinguished
awards presented to Porges or his company include Small
Business of the Year, the Five-Star Customer Service Award
and the Sam Walton Business Leader Award
Porges Receives Sam Walton Business Leader of the Year Award
Porges shares his Business Leader Award with his staff
at Prime Shine Express.
Pictured left to right are: Tim Harms, Ronna Large,
Wilma Porges, Norm Porges,
Jay Japka, Evan Porges, Ken Smith, and Carie Yohannan.
Porges was presented the Sam Walton Business Leader Award
by Linda Holway of Wal-Mart at the October Chamber Board
meeting. Porges received the honor in recognition
of his contributions to the community and for exemplifying
the principles of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton.
Porges told the Chamber Board, When we opened our
doors in 1991, one of our guiding principles was to become
active in our community and to give back to those communities
that help make Prime Shine Express successful, . Prime
Shine currently has five locations in Modesto, Ceres, Turlock
and Merced, and further expansion is planned, Porges said.
To receive this award named in honor of an individual
I truly respect and admire is just amazing, he said.
Developed in 1995, to-date Wal-Mart has donated more than
$700,000 to Chambers across the country in honor of their
local award recipients. Past Modesto award winners include
David Halvorson of American Chevrolet and Royal Robbins,
owner of Royal Robbins, Inc.
: Modesto Progress, An Award Winning Publication Recognized
by the American Chamber of Commerce and Western Association
of Chamber Executives
Owner of American Motorcycle Service in Framingham, Massachussets.
Bike is a 1998 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail.
Have done many rides but this summer, Montreal
from Boston was great.
This early spring, went fly-and-drive
through Harley to Arizona and did Sedona, Cave Creek, Oak
Creek Canyon, Grand Canyon and Monument Valley along with
Santa Fe, but of course, had to go through Winslow, AZ
and stand on the corner. 2000 mile trip of a lifetime.
Can't wait to do it again. Good riding.
" Originally from Boston, I am primarily a self-taught
artist but also studied at The Museum School of Fine Arts
in Boston. I began showing my work in Provincetown in 1997.
My experience over the past thirty years has varied from
more traditional mediums including wood sculpture, oil painting,
and drawing, to highly detailed antique and mechanical restorations.
During this same period I have collected objects including
salvaged hardwoods, metals, glass, and antique hardware.
About twelve years ago I began to incorporate the skills
and techniques that I have learned with my collection of
objects. Through physical manipulation of these materials,
along with the incorporation of key elements such as old
photos and nostalgic icons, I try to create works conveying
an intimate narrative.
There have been a number of artists and art movements that
have influenced my philosophy and artwork over the years.
Among them are artists of the Dada and Surrealist movements.
Their unconventional mediums of expression have inspired
my attempts to use items discarded by society as raw materials
in expressing an often-subjective message."