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Sonia Peres
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First Lady of Israel
In office
15 July 2007 – 20 January 2011
PresidentShimon Peres
Preceded byGila Katsav
Succeeded byNechama Rivlin
Spouse of the Prime Minister of Israel
In office
4 November 1995 – 18 June 1996
Prime MinisterShimon Peres
Preceded byLeah Rabin
Succeeded bySara Netanyahu
In office
13 September 1984 – 20 October 1986
Prime MinisterShimon Peres
Preceded byShulamit Shamir
Succeeded byShulamit Shamir
In office
22 April 1977 – 21 June 1977
Acting
Prime MinisterShimon Peres
Preceded byLeah Rabin
Succeeded byAliza Begin
Personal details
Born
Sonia Gelman

(1923-03-27)27 March 1923
Mizoch, Poland (now Ukraine)
Died20 January 2011(2011-01-20) (aged 87)
Tel Aviv, Israel
Spouse(s)
Shimon Peres (m. 1945)

Sonia Peres (Hebrew: סוניה פרס; née Gelman; 27 March 1923 - 20 January 2011) [1] was the wife of President and Prime Minister of Israel, Shimon Peres.

Sonia served in the British Army during world War II, and for many years volunteered anonymously for the sick, handicapped children and the disabled.[2] She married Shimon in May 1945. Together, they helped found kibbutz Alumot.[3] Sonia and Shimon had three children and eight grandchildren.[4]

Sonia rarely appeared in public eye, preferring to play a backstage role in her husband's six-decade political career.[5]


References

  1. ^ "Sonya Peres". Geni.com. Retrieved April 3, 2019.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Oster, Marcy (January 20, 2011). "Sonia Peres, Israeli President's Wife, Dies". Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Retrieved April 3, 2019.
  4. ^ Berger, Marilyn (September 27, 2016). "Shimon Peres, an Enduring Pillar from Israel's Founding Era, Dies at 93". The New York Times. Retrieved April 3, 2019.
  5. ^ [2]
Honorary titles
Preceded by
Gila Katsav
First Lady of Israel
2007–2011
Vacant
Title next held by
Nechama Rivlin


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