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Jeremy Fine

Jeremy Fine is currently the Associate Rabbi at Temple of Aaron in St. Paul Minnesota. He was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Even though Jeremy lives in Minnesota, he considers himself a Chicago guy. He loves deep dish pizza and The Chicago White Sox. Jeremy has a passion for Jews in sports and created his own company He also writes Jewish sports content for several media outlets. He's really excited to be a part of the Oy! team. If you have any questions or comments email him at His wife Jessie is also from Chicago and they have two daughters Annie and Trudy (also White Sox fans!).

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