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Robin Bronk, the coalition's executive director, said Silver, 62, "died peacefully in his sleep with his family around him early Sunday morning.He had been fighting esophageal cancer for two years and the family is making arrangements for a private service." According to Bronk, Silver co-founded the left-leaning organization in 1989 with fellow actor-activist Christopher Reeve.Although battling cancer, she said, he was determined to be there for the historic moment. He taught me to never take anything for granted - to make sure you did all your research before fighting the good fight," she said.Several times a year, Ron Silver can be spotted grooving on stage amongst the collective sway of a gospel choir. "When I have friends come to a concert I say, 'Look for the white guy dancing.
10, 2001, would I consider going to the Republican National Convention and speaking, I would have thought you were from another planet and didn't know who I was." Bronk said the last time she saw Silver was at the inauguration of President Obama.No one says, "Oh, yeah, I know Ron" and leaves it at that. Seemingly anyone familiar with the energetic attorney bursts into a glowing smile at the mention of his name and talks, in detail, about the impact Silver has made on their life.And so, instead of an inspiring story about an atheist Jew who sings in a gospel choir, consider this a how-to guide to becoming one of Portland's most likable men.Not only does he not believe in the God he's singing about, but the entire premise of the choir defies his cultural heritage.Gospel, remember, means "good news" and refers to the Christian belief that Jesus is the Messiah, a notion Jews reject.
Born and raised in New York City, his father worked in the garment industry and his mother was a teacher.