By COLlive reporter
Mrs. Genia Morosow, a Lubavitcher resident of Crown Heights who was beloved by many in the community, passed away on Wednesday, 29 Adar I 5782.
She was 59 and suffered from a terrible illness.
Genia Morosow (nee Hilel) grew up in the city of Lod in Israel, learned at the Beis Rivkah girls school and has lived many years in Crown Heights.
She worked as a wig stylist (sheitel macher) under her private salon called Genias, where she helped married women and newlywed kallahs to cover their hair according to halacha and with beauty.
People who knew her described her as very friendly and full of life. “She had the biggest heart and was loved by everyone who knew her.”
She is survived by her husband Rabbi Mendel Morosow and their children Chony Morosow and Chana Morosow.
She is also survived by her mother Mrs. Tamar Hilel (who wasn’t told about the passing), and siblings Mendel Hilel – Montreal, Canada; Rochi Leverton-Rotenstreich – Crown Heights; Saadi Hilel – Hollywood, Florida; and Sarit Vogel – London, England.
The levaya will be held on Thursday, leaving Shomrei Hadas Chapels at 11:00 AM and passing by 770 Eastern Parkway at 12:00 PM.
The family will be sitting shiva at 762 Empire Blvd (corner Troy Ave) #5F.
Friday Mincha: 12:50
Shiva hours: after shachris until 9:30 pm, with a break 2-4 pm
Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.