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Born in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, he served as Rabbi of Montevideo's Ashkenazi Community (Comunidad Israelita del Uruguay) from 1977 until 1993. This position has always been considered as Chief Rabbi of the entire Uruguayan Jewish community.
Berman was buried in Jerusalem in 1993.
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