Our Staff

Marcie Oelbracht,
Temple Administrator

Temple administrator Marcie Oelbracht has been with Temple Israel Ner Tamid since November 2012. A native of Cleveland, she was consecrated and confirmed at Fairmount Temple when Rabbi Fred Eisenberg was the associate Rabbi. She attended the University of Cincinnati, where she was the Bearcat mascot, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. After completing a paralegal certificate from Lakeland Community College, Marcie worked for six years in law offices before coming to TINT. She and assistant administrator, Linda McMullen, handle all aspects of temple operations that are not religious in nature. Marcie and husband, Tom, have three children and one dog.

Linda McMullen, Assistant Temple Administrator

Linda McMullen has been the Assistant Temple Administrator since 2013, helping with office duties as well as acting as the synagogue’s graphics designer and editor of the bi-monthly bulletin, The IsraeLight. A member of TINT since the merger with Temple Ner Tamid, she served on the Board of Trustees for 18 years, and for many years ran the in-house gift shop. Linda is semi-retired, having been a copywriter for 35 years, and a reporter/photographer for Cleveland area publications. In addition to volunteering at University Hospital as a “baby cuddler” and at the Cleveland Animal Protective League as a Cat Adoption Specialist, she is a frequent traveler – “working on my bucket list” – and has been to England, Amsterdam, Israel, France, India, Cambodia, Italy and throughout the U.S.

Ann Chaia Teomi,
Education Director

After finishing her required army duty in her native Israel, Ann Chaia Teomi began working with the Mosad, the country’s secret service. She switched her focus from office work to education, and after receiving her diploma and teaching in her hometown of  Holon, Ann became the youngest principal of a school of over 400 students.

In 1979, she came to the USA with her husband and has been involved with many educational institutions, both in teaching and leadership roles. Her experience includes three years teaching at Fuchs Mizrachi, 15 years as Director of Camp Oneg, and, based in Cleveland, Director of Admissions for the Alexander High School in Israel. Ann lives in Solon with her husband and has three children and six grandchildren.