Adam Milstein and Gila Milstein Work to Bring Awareness to the Jewish Community Together

Israeli-American real estate investor who also doubles as a philanthropist, Adam Milstein works as the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties Company. His wife, Gila and him are the creators of the Milstein Family Foundation that was founded in the year 2000.

Adam Milstein is the oldest son to Hillel and Eva Milstein. Hillel has been a prime member of real estate who migrated to Israel from Argentina when he was 19 years old. Eva moved to Israel when she was 18 in 1948. Hillel was not always a real estate developer, when he first came to Israel, he was recruited as a combat sailor during the Independence War.

After the two married in 1950, they welcomed their first born Adam, then followed Joshua and Dalit. It was during their early years that the family went on to live in Kiryat Motzkin.

During 1971, Adam was remanded to serve in the Israel Defense Forces. The service was mandatory during the Yom Kippur War in 1973. After he served, he went on to fight during the Egyptian front who was under direction by General Ariel Sharon which during this time he went on to function in the Suez Canal crossing. Once he finished his term for the mandated army, he went on to enroll through the Technion. While going to school, he went on to earn his bachelors degree within the science major and in economics during the year 1978. When he continued on with his higher education, Adam Milstein worked with his father to develop a construction and development business.

Adam Milstein married Gila Elgrably in Israel in 1974. After this, the family relocated to the states in 1981. While in the states, Adam Milstein received his masters for business administration through the Southern California University. Once he was done there, Adam picked up working within commercial real estate.

Adam and his wife Gila began the Milstein Family Foundation in 2000. They work to raise awareness to the Jewish community and to help bring ongoing education of the students and young adults to give them the awareness to the Jewish roots ancestry. This helps them to relate to their inner Jewish pride. They also help them to connect to the state of Israel.


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