MEYER GOLDRING (1866-August 1942)
He was born in Kremenits, Volhynia. He received a Jewish and a general education. For many years he was a Zionist activist, community leader, and member of the city council and Jewish community council. He was the founder and editor of the weekly newspaper Kremenitser shtime (Voice of Kremenits), 1928-1939. He wrote regularly about general Jewish issues and the needs of the poor Jewish population. During the Nazi occupation, he was in the Kremenits ghetto. He was killed during the great massacre of the local Jewish population in August 1942.
Source: Pinkes kremenits (Tel Aviv, 1954), pp. 356-57.