Irving I. Stone
- To be distinguished from Irving Stone the novelist
Irving I. Stone (1909 in Cleveland – January 19, 2000) (born Sapirstein) was an American philanthropist, businessman, and founder-chairman of American Greetings, which was founded by his father Jacob Sapirstein.
He was a longtime Cleveland, Ohio resident and generous benefactor of its many institutions both Jewish and otherwise. The Jerusalem suburb of Tel-Stone is named in his honor. Among the causes the Stones supported were Yeshiva University and the Chinuch Atzmai Torah schools in Israel.
The Stone Chumash and Stone Tanach 
The Stones were benefactors of the ArtScroll editions of the Chumash and Tanakh which bear their name. These versions differ from, for example, Jewish Publication Society in several ways, including with transliterations of many Hebrew terms rather than translation into English, and a largely Ashkenazi Haredi spelling of this transliteration. The Stones supported projects under the guidance of rabbi Nachum Zev Dessler, in Cleveland.
- Congressional Record: n 109-122 pp 1963-1966 Congress - 2010 "Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Irving I. Stone, founder of American Greetings Corporation, whose generosity to his ... Irving I. Stone was an outstanding man who will always be remembered for his outstanding good deeds to his "
- New York Times paid obituary notices January 19, 2000
- The Open Bible p151 Daniel Rendelman - 2010 "Just read the Jewish Stone's Tanakh translation, "YHWH spoke to Moshe, saying, " Speak to the children of Yisra'el and let them take for Me a terumah; from every man whose heart motivates him you shall take My terumah," Shemot 25:1 & 2. ..."
- http://www.hac1.org/pdf/RNZD/Mishpacha_Feitman.pdf pdf