1929 – Born on June 20th in Montreal, Canada. American beverage businessman and Jewish leader,
1951 – He graduated from McGill University with a B.A.
1953 – Married to Ann Loeb on January 10th.
1955 – He was the chairman of Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc.
1957 – He took over as head of Seagram’s American division.
1959 – He moved to New York and became a United States citizen.
1966 – Brofman took over chairmanship of MGM.
1971 – Bronfman took over as president, treasurer, and director of Seagrams Ltd.
1979 – Bronfman began an active leadership role with the World Jewish Congress (WJC).
1981 – Bronfman was elected president of the WJC, the federation of Jewish communities outside Israel.
– Bronfman became internationally recognized through his hard work and dedication to preserving Judaism throughout the world.
1996 – He published his autobiography, The Making of a Jew.