Pető, Ernő (1882 - 1960s)
Lawyer, Jewish community leader, member of the First, Second and Third Jewish Council. He trained as a lawyer in Budapest and worked as an attorney. He was involved in the community work of the Pest Israelite Congregation, of which he was appointed vice president in 1941. In 1944, as a member of President Samu Stern’s inner circle, he belonged to the Jewish Council’s informal leadership. In 1955 he emigrated to Brazil, where he died in the 1960s.
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