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Tuesday, 16 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 21, 2019

    Behind Handwriting on Gravestone

    The gravestone that was erected Wednesday for Rabbi Volf Greenglass OBM in Montreal was engraved with a hand-written line. Full Story

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    A NIECE
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    A NIECE

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING THAT. NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU WILL WRITE ABOUT MY UNCLE YOU WILL STILL BE JUST TOUCHING THE TIP OF WHO HE WAS. ASIDE FROM IT ALL, HE WENT THROUGH A VERY VERY HARD LIFE BUT NO ONE EVER HEARD A COMPLAINT OR AN OY FROM HIM, ON THE CONTRARY, HE HAD THE WARMEST, SINCEREST SMILE FOR WHOEVER HE MET, WITH THE WARMEST “VOS MACHSTU” . THE YESHIVA OF MONTREAL HAS SUFFERED A GREAT LOSS.

    Moshiach NOW!
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    Moshiach NOW!

    How beautiful. Rabbi Greenglas, You were so influential, and mattered so much down here, I am sure, You will be influential in the Bes Din Shel Maloh, and convince them to send Moshiacn NOW!

    my great great uncle
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    my great great uncle

    Thanks for posting great things about my relative zecher tzadik livrucu he was a beutifal and warm person who never said anything wrong about a yid may his nishumu reast with hashem the rebbeim and all yidin

    wow
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    wow

    Rabbi Greenglass was a real Tzaddik.. what a loss to Montreal!

    Great-great uncle
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    Great-great uncle

    Thanks for posting all of these articles, he was a great man and talmud chacham, I have heard many amazing stories from my Zaidy. May his neshmah be reunited with the Friedeker Rebbe

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