Irv Segal graduated from yeshiva– Rabbinical College with a B.A. in Talmudic law and led an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish lifestyle as a young adult.
He earned a certification in computer programming and held a variety of positions in the software field before starting his own software services firm.
Secrets Of The Rabbi’s Mafia was inspired by Irv’s experiences living in an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
He also authored several nonfiction books including Small Business Success: On Demand, How to Cash in on the Phone Company’s Biggest Mistake Ever, and co-authored The Complete Guide to Property Tax Consulting.
A glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish words and phrases used in the book and my sources of inspiration for some of the events in the book.