FORMER CHIEFS OF CAMP OJIBWA

Started in 1938, the Camp Ojibwa Braves are an organization of our older campers whose purpose is to bring new ideas to camp and help our staff by providing a camper perspective on various challenges as they arise. The Braves are led by a group of officers, elected from our oldest cabin each year. The highest honor an individual camper can achieve is to be the chief of the braves in his final camper year. 

These are the men who have been given that great honor.

2017 - Ari Losoff

2016 - Matthew Freeman

2015 - Grant Anixter

2014 - Evan Anixter

2013 - Nicholas Weil

2012 - Adam Nadler

2011 - Asher Zallik

2010 - Gabe Zallik

2009 - Brandon Kay

2008 - Ethan Zallik

2007 - Cooper Annenberg

2006 - Jordan Multack

2005 - Charlie Schroeder

2004 - Zachary Mirsky

2003 - Chris McGeady

2002 - Asher Wenig

2001 - Samuel Matthew

2000 - Scott Matasar

1999 - Harry Matthew

1998 - Lee Schneider

1997 - Brian Merel

1996 - Kevin Blitz

1995 - Jordan Nadler

1994 - Scott Snower

1993 - Josh Wohlreich

1992 - Stuart Nitzkin

1991 - Blaine Barnett

1990 - Adam Boehm

1989 - Todd Anixter

1988 - Darren Anixter

1987 - Adam Stein

1986 - Jon Michelon

1985 - Kent Korey

1984 - Gary Spero

1983 - David Fishbein

1982 - Scott Bornstein

1981 - Brad Zenner

1980 - Steve Rosen

1979 - Danny Boorstein

1978 - Mark Boorstein

1977 - Kenny Kaplan

1976 - Dan Nickow

1975 - Harvey Lerner

1974 - Mick Sampson

1973 - Marty Block

1972 - Larry Lubin

1971 - Bobby Shulman

1970 - Jimmy Rubens

1969 - Barry Feldman

1968 - Ricky Matasar

1967 - Steve Galston

1966 - Gary Kagan

1965 - Mark Liberman

1964 - Joel Koransky

1963 - Ian Sachs

1962 - Hank Koransky

1961 - George Kerman

1960 - George Sachs

1959 - David Horberg

1958 - Steve Landsman

1957 - Jim Nachman

1956 - Gary Davidson

1952 - Paul Keeshin

1951 - Mickey Schwartz

1950 - David Baum

1949 - Byron Toben

1948 - Stuart Greenberger

1946 - Eugene Sebring

1945 - Arnie Horwitch

1944 - Robert Chatz

1942 - Monte Feldman

1938 - Lloyd Glickstein