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Bencraft Owner Passes Away

Stanley Goldstein, owner of Bencraft Hatters, who for years provided the Rebbe and Chassidim with the famous Lubavitch fedora, passed away. Full Story, Photos, Video

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Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful
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Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful

Chassidim! lets be proud not ashamed. l Lets start Wearing the Yarmulkah our Rebbe wore. It will bring Brochos for chassidsher children (Of course, not excluding) most importantly….doing what the Rebbe wants from us internally

Tipping of the hat
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Tipping of the hat

Exceptionally beautiful pictures

UPDATE: Levaya time is 11:00 AM
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UPDATE: Levaya time is 11:00 AM
Stan Goldstein
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Stan Goldstein

Really an honor to have known and dealt with him for over 40+years. I will surly miss Him and His famous smile.

THE LETZER DOR
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THE LETZER DOR

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Couldn’t agree more…

A Real Mentsch
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A Real Mentsch

At 15 buying my first Borsalino, he only had one left in my size and after trying it on, and ready to pay the $55, he refused to sell it to me because it was a little off center…

real mentsch
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real mentsch

the guy was a class act, mentsch, humorous, humble. Sad we lost him.

Be craft
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Be craft

stanley was one of kind gentleman , very caring to his employees and others he cared a lot for his customers and a his close friends even at the age of 83 he was sharp and re,members all his long time customers,. He treated everyone even. Wel will never forget Stanley Goldstein because he has done so much for his fellow community , coworkers, and family, always in our hearts.

From Preston M.
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From Preston M.

I am very sad that Stanley is no longer with us. I bought many hats from him over the Years and really enjoyed his company. Going into the store in Williamsburg will be different now with Stan not sitting in the front steaming hats and telling me interesting stories. Rely going to miss a great guy!

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