By COLlive reporter
Mrs. Bassie Palace, an active member of the Lubavitch communities in Monsey and Los Angeles, passed away Thursday, 25 Adar 5770.
She was 57 and suffered from a long illness.
The wife of Reb Moshe Palace, she raised a large Chassidic family to whom she was very devoted. She celebrated her birthday on Purim this month with family members beside her.
The Palaces were founding members of the K’hal Tzemach Tzedek Lubavitch community of Monsey, then lived in Los Angeles for some 21 years and moved back to the New York State 2 years ago.
“She was warm, happy, outgoing and full of life,” a family member told COLlive.com. “She loved being at and taking part in Simches and always invited guests.”
She is survived by her husband and their children Dovid Palace, Meir Palace, Miriam Schmukler, Yossi Palace, Mordechai Palace, Malky Mizrachi, Chanie Brikman, all residents of Crown Heights, and Schneur, Shauli, Rivka Leah and Chaya Mushka.
She also left her brothers Rabbi Leibel Newman of Crown Heights, Rabbi Moshe Boruch Newman of Staten Island and Rabbi Yitzchok Newman of Long Beach, CA.
The Levaya will take place Friday, March 12, at 8:30 AM at the Palace home, 15 Wallenberg Circle in Monsey from where it will go to Brooklyn and pass by 770 Eastern Parkway at approximately 10:30 AM and then proceed to the Old Montefiore Cemetery in Queens.
Shiva: The family will be sitting shiva at the Palace home, 15 Wallenberg Circle in Monsey.
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8:30am – 2 minyanim
9am – 2 Minyanim
10am – 1 Minyan
7:15am – 2 minyanim
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2pm- 2 minyanim
6:30pm – 1 Minyan
6:45pm – 2 Minyanim
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9pm- 2 Minyanim
Rabbi Yitzchok Newman will be sitting from Monday – Wednesday at his home 4225 Lime Ave, Long Beach, CA.
Boruch Dayan Haemes.