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Erroneous Headstone is Corrected

A Chabad rabbi discovered that his relative is buried in a military cemetery in Milwaukee with a cross on his tombstone. Full Story

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WOW!
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WOW!

it’s such an inspiring story! a true chessed shel emes for the Rabbi to go to such lengths for another yid!

bbb
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bbb

yashar koach !

Wow
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Wow

May his neshama have an Aliya .

Amazing!
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Amazing!

The Rebbe’s shluchim don’t forget anyone!

Wow!
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Wow!

Kol hakovod Rabbi Richter! Thank you for continuing to help any and every Jew!

wow
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wow

his Neshama can now truly rest..
hopefully soon to be back with Moshiach’s arrival

GO MOSHE
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GO MOSHE

#THEMOSH

nice
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nice

moshiach now

amazing
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amazing

From your Chicago friends

It's never too late!
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It's never too late!

Good job!

The Rebbe never forgot anyone!
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The Rebbe never forgot anyone!

I as a Lubavitcher am so proud to read this story. So proud of his shluchim.
The Rebbe taught us well. May you be pleased in your shlichus and continue to be there for another Yid always.

So meaningful!
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So meaningful!

You never cease to amaze us. The lengths you will go for another Yid are limitless!
Your family in LA

No Jew will be left behind.
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No Jew will be left behind.

Moshe you’re just plain AWESOME!!!! way to go!!!!
from chaim shcherbina

A true Yiddishe neshamah
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A true Yiddishe neshamah

A YASHER KOACH!

#themoish!!
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#themoish!!

best rabbi ever!!!!

hashgochah protis
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hashgochah protis

this is visible hashgachah protis of the first order. that rabbi richter was called to this place on a totally unrelated matter,knew of a relative that was laid to rest in the very same cemetery that he was asked to visit by a third party, was able to locate this relative’s kever which, in turn, lead to his reporting this inexplicable mistake at the eleventh hour of a 50 year (!!) deadline is something only Hashem Himself could have arranged. What a story, and so amazing for the neshama of the niftar that this situation was actually rectified. Who knows… Read more »

A little  comfort
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A little comfort

First of all, wonderful that you could do this and the Hashgacha pratit of person, time, and place. Second, you brought me a small degree of comfort about burial in a military cemetery: when my mother a”h passed away, my father and sisters and I had no money to bury her. We asked about Hebrew Burial Society, a tzedakah to which my parents and I had given in the past, but we were rejected. We have always been financially poor but have always done mitzvot in the community; my parents even made sure others had proper Jewish burials, minyanim, etc.… Read more »

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