On the occasion of his father's third yortseyt, Chancellor Eisen writes: "It's not difficult to recall numerous ways in which I have been shaped—as a person, a father, a Jew, a man, a friend, a husband, and much, much more—by my father, Alan Eisen (z"l) . . . The problem is not finding examples of my father's influence on me, but identifying areas where that influence is absent." Read more in "On My Father's Yortseyt," at On My Mind: Arnie Eisen, reposting a piece originally written for the blog series Mentshen, sponsored by the the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs (FJMC).