Mike Gordon

Photograph of Mike Gordon, circa 1950
Photograph of Mike Gordon, circa 1950

Mike Gordon (1903 - 1992) was born Meyer Harold Gordon. He is one of the founders of Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas and served as Temple president from 1949 to 1951.

In 1932, Mike moved to Las Vegas with his wife, Sallie Gordon. They owned and operated liquor and grocery stores. Mike also worked as a postman and later became Clark County Secretary of the Democratic Central Committee and a member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce board of directors.



“Pioneer Jewish Leader Gordon Dies at 89.” Las Vegas Sun. December 3, 1997. https://lasvegassun.com/news/1997/dec/03/pioneer-jewish-leader-gordon-dies-at-89/

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